New England Ski for Light announces a two-day tandem bicycle ride with a blind stoker pedaling behind a sighted steersman.
SB Nite Out has become one of our most anticipated community events. In its 7th year, friends, family, and neighbors spend evenings in the park - listening to live music, enjoying different cuisines.
On Sunday July 9 at 3 p.m., Community Concerts at First will present singer/songwriter Jon Gailmor.
Join Vermont’s Native American community for Abenaki Heritage Weekend and Arts Marketplace on June 17-18 at Lake Champlain Maritime Museum, located at 4472 Basin Harbor Road, to explore Abenaki perspectives on life in the Champlain Valley.
While most people stop by the Jeffersonville Farmers Market for fresh produce and light tunes, next Wednesday they’ll get to learn how to take steps to ensure a changing climate doesn’t make that produce ungrowable. Plus, there will still be fun jams.
Craftsbury’s Antiques and Uniques Festival is back!
The Pierson Library, located at 5376 Shelburne Rd., is holding a book sale this weekend, and Friends of the library can get a sneak peek before everyone else.
Shelburne Museum presents its major summer exhibition, “Built from the Earth: Pueblo Pottery” from the Anthony and Teressa Perry Collection.
Two unique Vermont veteran singer/songwriters take the stage on Saturday, June 10 at The Meeting House on the Green in Fletcher, each taking a set to create one fabulous show.
The Craftsbury Public Library is hosting a Craftsbury Garden Tour on Saturday, June 17, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Featured properties include flower and vegetable farms, perennial flower gardens, orchards, and homesteads.
The Brass Lantern Inn and Firefly Productions bring you ‘Jazz at the Lantern’ a genuine, small jazz club style experience, once a month, in Stowe with the Birdcode Quartet on June 15.
Author Jason Schneiderman is coming to the Vermont Studio Center on Thursday, June 22, 7:30 p.m. to read from his new book, “Hold Me Tight.”
A meet and greet with Matt Lawless will be held in the Pierson Library Community Room on Monday, June 5, from 4:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
RISE, a new summit hosted by the University of Vermont that brings research, innovation, sustainability and entrepreneurship together to address pressing problems that communities around the country face, will be held at the university’s Davis Center on Wednesday, June 21, 8:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m.
The Chaine du Vermont presents Bastille Day Fête to benefit three area food shelves on July 13, 5-9 p.m. at the Wheeler Homestead at Common Roots, 1100 Dorset St., South Burlington.
“Instinctive Paths,” a group exhibit of works in diverse styles and mediums from regional artists is now showing at Furchgott Sourdiffe Gallery in Shelburne through July 15.
Morristown residents will head to the polls next week to vote on a town operating budget for the second time this year.
Ethan Tapper, award-winning forester for Chittenden County, will lead residents of Shelburne through the LaPlatte River Park to show how diverse riverine and upland forest habitats support a wide range of wildlife.
Friends of the Carpenter-Carse Library are once again accepting donations for its library book sale on July 3 and 4th at St. Jude on Route 116. The Friends are also looking for volunteers to help set up and run the sale.
Richmond Farmers’ Market opens June 2 with a combination of a lot of new vendors and some returning crowd favorites. The market, on Volunteer’s Green, runs every Friday through Oct. 13 from 3-6:30 p.m.
Bobolinks, Savannah sparrows and eastern meadowlarks enrich every summer with their songs, but their populations have suffered dramatic, long-term declines due to the loss of their grassland habitat.
The Charlotte Beach Party Potluck and barbecue returns Saturday, July 8 at 5 p.m.
Here are some of the upcoming programs at Morristown Centennial Library, 7 Richmond St.
Vermont Studio Center will host two visiting artists talks in June.
Juniper is a happy and loving 5-year-old who is bravely undergoing a major surgery in June. She loves hearts, ballerinas, princesses, flowers, animals and the color pink.
The Greensboro Free Library welcomes runners and anyone interested in running to meet at 7 p.m. on Thursday, June 1, to network and learn about running as well as local training and racing opportunities.
The Art Jam takes place on Main Street in Jeffersonville on Sunday, June 4, 11 a.m.-5 p.m.
The Lamoille County Foodshare will celebrate the memory of board member Karen Loh on Green Bag Day, Saturday, June 10.
Auditions for “The Haunting of Hill House” will be held on Saturday and Sunday, June 17-81, at 1 p.m. the Hyde Park Opera House, 85 Main St. in Hyde Park.
Here are some resources and upcoming programs from Healthy Lamoille Valley.
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