Ray Vega of South Burlington, a three-time Grammy award winning jazz musician and a senior lecturer at the University of Vermont in jazz history and trumpet has received the 2020 Ellen McCulloch-Lovell Award in Arts Education from the Vermont…

Education & Enrichment for Everyone invites everyone to subscribe to a series of stimulating talks on a variety of subjects including current issues, Vermont history, U.S. history, foreign affairs, and more, followed by an active Q & …

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The affordable housing committee and the South Burlington Library are co-sponsoring a book discussion series on “The Color of Law: A Forgotten History of How Our Government Segregated America,” by Richard Rothstein.

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Vermont Ballet Theater School closed shop in March as the COVID-19 pandemic reached Vermont, but the group has worked to keep its students dancing, providing 10 weeks of online courses.

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The Vermont Folklife Center and the Pride Center of Vermont have teamed up for a new exhibit, “Pride 1983,” which explores the origins and legacy of the state’s first pride march that summer.

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Which mask will prove ugliest? This year’s finalists for the COVID-adapted South Burlington Rotary Club’s “Ugly Mask” competition, some of which are shown here, have been receiving online votes.

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Winter Lights, an exhibit, expected to open Nov. 27, won’t happen this year at Shelburne Museum.

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What are you thankful for? This full-page coloring contest entry will be available in November print issues of the five Vermont Community Newspaper Group publications.

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“Skin colored” pink tights and pink pointe shoes have long lined the walls of ballet stores.

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