Shakespeare’s comedy "Twelfth Night" hit the stage in South Burlington, when Tuttle Middle School, in association with the First Light Theatre, offered a new take on Shakespeare’s most popular comedy.

A huge crowd turned out Saturday at the Camp Meade complex in Middlesex for an effort to set a world record for the largest s’more. A large propane torch supplanted the normal campfire; pounds of chocolate, graham crackers and marshmallow somehow came together.

George Woodard, a master of rural humor, conducts a variety show at the Lamoille County Players to raise money to improve the theater’s antiquated lighting system. Woodard, a farmer-actor-musician-filmmaker, has keen instincts about Vermonters.

The Lamoille Valley Dance Academy presented its second annual “Frozen Nutcracker” over the weekend, with three performances at the academy in Morrisville.

On Saturday, Dec. 14, at the Hyde Park VFW Hall, with the help of more than 70 volunteers, families visit the Lamoille Family Center’s annual holiday project to shop for free gifts for their children. The project provides an opportunity to help hundreds of families have a merrier holiday.

When a musical is about an aging man’s tall tales, and the truth of those tales is in question, and when circumstances reveal that the tales were not really tall at all, and everybody winds up happy, you have the elements of a first-rate show.

Hundreds of children and adults parade through downtown Waterbury, carrying ornate lanterns in a tradition that started a decade ago as an art project at Thatcher Brook Primary School.