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Oct 4, 2014 through Oct 5, 2014
 Vermont Crafts Council Fall Open Studio Weekend
I welcome visitors to my studio and Gallery Gift Shop, and to learn how my art has been licensed to companies for reproduction on many products including hooked pillows and rugs, tapestries, Holiday cards, and stoneware. Many items available for purchase!
Stephanie Stouffer Studio and Gallery Gift Shop (250 Maple Hill Rd.)
Sat. & Sun. 10 am -5 pm
802-259-2686 Web Site | Map

Feb 7, 2015 through Feb 8, 2015
 Polar Bear 8 Hour Obstacle Challenge
Over 6 miles in just "ONE" loop, over 50 obstacles, trail running, hills, mud, ice, and snow?! Do you think youre up for the ULTIMATE challenge, in the middle of winter?? All the braggin rights go the person who can COMPLETE the most LAPS in 8 hours! Only the tough and hardy will beat the odds on our never ending loop of physical and mental challenges!
Shale Hill Adventure Farm, LLC (517 Lake Road)
802-537-3561 Web Site | Map

Sep 20, 2014 through Sep 21, 2014
Brandon Music presents Rick Ceballos & Matt Witten
An evening of finger-picking, toe-tapping, good old-fashioned folk music. Rick and Matt provide a wide range of folk music traditions, from early African banjo blues to their own modern compositions with Irish, French and Galician. Their music is played on a variety of banjos, squeezeboxes and rhythm instruments, all presented in a highly entertaining style. A pre-concert dinner is available. Reservations are required for dinner and recommended for the show. BYOB. Show $15, Dinner & Show $35
Brandon Music (62 Country Club Rd.)
802-465-4071 Web Site | Map

Sep 27, 2014 through Sep 28, 2014
 Caitlin Canty to make her Compass Music and Arts Center debu
Caitlins Americana music is at the intersection of folk, blues and country. The singer-songwriter paints the line between joy and pathos with uncanny precision and power. When she sings, she becomes a part of the natural world the song inhabits, in an elegant and lucid poetry. She will be joined by Charlie Rose on pedal steel, guitar and banjo. A pre-concert dinner is available. Reservations are required for dinner and recommended for the show. Dinner is BYOB. Show $15, Dinner & Show $35
Compass Music and Arts Center (333 Jones Drive)
802-247-4295 Web Site | Map

Oct 4, 2014 through Oct 5, 2014
The Twangtown Paramours live at Brandon Music
The music of the Twangtown Paramours has been called Sophisticated Americana, and is a hybrid of the Nashville and Austin music scenes. This acoustic duo is known for their well-crafted and award-winning songs, top-notch lead singing, and fine harmonies. The duo is a union of complementary talents and sizzling chemistry, says Chicago public radio. A pre-concert dinner is available. Reservations are required for dinner and recommended for the show. BYOB. Show $15, Dinner & Show $35
Brandon Music (62 Country Club Rd.)
802-465-4071 Web Site | Map

Oct 6, 2014 through Oct 7, 2014
 Beginning Piano Lessons at Compass
Ever wish you learned to play the piano? Now is your chance. Beginning piano lessons are being offered at Compass. Instructor, Kim Hewitt has taught piano for the past ten years in Bristol, Vermont and currently teaches at Otter Valley Union High School. The lessons, which are open to children and adults, will be offered every Monday and Thursday from 3:30-5:00pm, starting October 6th. $15 for a half hour lesson. Call Kim at 802-989-1694 to schedule lessons or for further details.
Compass Music and Arts Center (333 Jones Drive)
Mondays & Thursdays, 3:30-5pm
802-989-1694 Web Site | Map

Sep 29, 2014 through Sep 30, 2014
 Vermont Symphony Orchestra Made in Vermont Music Festival
Join us for us for classics, a viola and double bass Concertante, and a world premier from Burlington Native Beth Wiemann. Tickets available in August!
Castleton State College Fine Arts Center
802-864-5741 Web Site | Map

Oct 11, 2014 through Oct 12, 2014
 Barn Sale & Blacksmithing/Forging Demo at Hubbardton Forge
Columbus Day weekend, watch as Vermont craftspeople work with red-hot steel, bending and shaping the metal into Hubbardton Forges distinctive lighting designs using traditional blacksmithing tools and techniques. In the Barn, buy hand-forged lighting and accessories-discontinued, returned, and one-of-a-kind Hubbardton Forge lamps, pendants, chandeliers, sconces, lampshades and more- at 50% off advertised price. Quantities are limited. Special kids activities and refreshments available.
Barn on Rte 4A West, mile from the Hubbardton Forge factory (776 Route 4A West)
Sat. 9 - 4 pm, Sun. 9 - 2 pm
802-468-3090 Web Site | Map

Dec 2, 2014 through Dec 3, 2014
 Ladies' Night Out Women's Chorus 5th Annual Advent Concert
LNO Chorus, started in 1987, performs 2 concert series a year. The Advent Concerts this year include "Winter Solstice" by Paul Carey and Rheinberger's "How Lovely Are Thy Dwelling Places" and carols about Angels and Bells.
Federated Church of Castleton (504 Main St Castleton)
Tuesday 7-9 pm
802-775-8004 or 802-342-8348 Web Site | Map

Oct 14, 2014 through Oct 15, 2014
 Arming the Union: Vermont Gunmakers
During the Civil War, the Union army fielded more than two million men, most of them armed with newly-made, highly accurate rifles. In this illustrated lecture, historian and museum curator Carrie Brown explores the critical role that Windsor, Vermont, played in producing technology that won the war and changed American life and popular culture even after the war ended. A Vermont Humanities Council event.
North Chittenden Grange Hall (3 Lower Middle Rd)
Tuesday, 7:00 pm
802-483-6471 Web Site | Map

Oct 2, 2014 through Oct 3, 2014
KAG Meet the Artist Series with Susan Wacker-Donle
KAG Meet the Artist Series with Vermont Photographer and Graphic Designer Susan Wacker-Donle who will present her strategies and techniques for shooting waterfalls and moving water. Hosted by the Killington Arts Guild and the Birch Ridge Inn. 6pm to 8pm, Butler Road, Killington, VT. For mroe information contact Susan at or 508-259-1639. For dinner reservations following the presentation contact Birch Ridge Inn at 422-4293.
Birch Ridge Inn (Butler Road)
6 pm to 8pm
508-259-1639 Web Site | Map

Middletown Springs
Sep 21, 2014 through Sep 22, 2014
 One Regiments Story in the Civil War: The Ninth Vermont
From guarding Confederate prisoners incarcerated at Camp Douglas, Illinois, to the woods of coastal North Carolina and finally to the gates of Richmond, the 9th Vermont Regiment earned a reputation of being well-disciplined and steadfast under fire. Civil War historian Donald Wickman offers listeners tales of the 9th Vermont as it became one of the most traveled regiments in the Federal army. A Vermont Humanities Council event.
Middletown Springs Historical Society Building (10 Park Ave)
Sunday, 7:30 pm
802-235-2376 Web Site | Map

Oct 19, 2014 through Oct 20, 2014
 Inventive Vermonters: A Sampling of Farm Tools & Implements
Vermonters have always been inventive, especially when it comes to agricultural innovations, and inventions that ease the hard work of farming have always been important in our rural, agricultural state. In this illustrated lecture, retired engineer Paul Wood presents a sampling of farm tools, implements, and artifacts invented or produced in Vermont and the often fascinating stories of the inventors themselves. A Vermont Humanities Council event.
Pawlet Public Library (141 School St)
Sunday, 2:00 pm
802-645-9529 Web Site | Map

Oct 18, 2014 through Oct 19, 2014
Horace Greeley Writers' Symposium
The 12th annual Horace Greeley Writers' Symposium will be held Saturday, October 18th, 2014 from 9:30 am to 5 pm, at the historic Church on the Green located in East Poultney, VT. Registration for this event is $70, with a special student rate of $20. Registration forms can be found in brochures at local businesses, at the Poultney Public Library, and on the Foundation website at New this year, you can register online through our website and pay via PayPal.
Church on the Green (1500 East Main Street)
Saturday 9:30am-5pm.
Registration Fee
802-287-2577 Web Site | Map

Oct 1, 2014 through Oct 2, 2014
 The Costumes of Downton Abbey
Learn more about the fashions worn by Lady Mary and her family in the popular PBS series Downton Abbey. Part of the First Wednesdays series. A Vermont Humanities Council event.
Rutland Free Library (10 Court St)
Wednesday, 7:00 p.m.
802-773-1860 Map

Nov 2, 2014 through Nov 3, 2014
 Bluesman Guy Davis
Guy Davis is a musician, composer, actor, director and writer...but, most importantly, he is a bluesman. While Davis' interest in acting was clearly influenced by the fact that both his parents were well-known actors (the late Ruby Dee and Ossie Davis) Guy has dedicated himself to reviving the traditions of acoustic blues and bringing them to as many ears as possible. Tickets are $15 ($10 for CSJ students with college ID) and can be purchased at the door.
The Tuttle Hall (71 Clement Road)
Sun, 7pm
802-558-7587 Web Site | Map

Jan 4, 2015 through Jan 5, 2015
 The Secret Garden
Opera Theatre of Weston will present the East Coast premiere of The Secret Garden by composer Nolan Gasser with a libretto by Carey Harrison. Based on the beloved children's novel, the new opera comes direct from its debut at the San Francisco Opera and features Lora Rachel Davidson in the title role of Mary Lennox. The professional cast includes soloists from the Metropolitan Opera, The Houston Opera and Washington National Opera.
Paramount Theatre (30 Center Street)
2:00 pm
802-775-0903 or 802-824-3821 Web Site | Map

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March 13, 2013