Sixteen fourth graders at South Burlington’s Orchard School and four homeschoolers learned how to lend a hand for the land in partnership with the National Garden Club, the Burlington Garden Club and the U.S. Forestry Service “Smokey Bear/Woo…
Chelsea Anker of South Burlington, a student at Mater Christi School in Burlington, was named the winner for Grade 2 in the Growing Works of Art contest, sponsored by the Vermont Urban and Community Forestry Program.
Bring any 250-plus piece general adult puzzle(s) for trade. Each puzzle must have no missing pieces, be placed in a Ziplock plastic bag within each box, envelope or container, and include an image of the completed puzzle.
The Vermont Symphony Orchestra is presenting a multimedia program of classical music, jazz, poetry and visual art called “Music for Days Like This,” featuring artists representing the Black, Indigenous and people of color communities, compose…
After city officials cut the ribbon on the new South Burlington city hall and public library this summer, the spaces will feature a public art gallery with annual shows special to the community.
The South Burlington Library Foundation celebrates National Library Week, April 4-10, with “Reading to Inspire,” an online author event featuring some of Vermont’s most renowned writers.
The Shelburne Players is looking for actors for its upcoming virtual performance of “She Kills Monsters: Virtual Realms,” with performances May 20-22.
Join Jonathan Silverman, professor emeritus at St. Michael’s College, for a look at the connections between art and ecology, Charlotte Library, 115 Ferry Road, Wednesday, March 24, 7-8 p.m.