The Shelburne Bay Sewing Club started 2020 sharing for New Year’s joeys and ended it by spreading some New Year’s joy.
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.
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.
Light up your Holidays with this fun and COVID-safe family activity! There are 30 residences and 5 businesses enrolled in the Holiday Lights Contest, ready to proudly show off their creative displays!
Almost 40 young creatives sent in a variety of responses to our coloring page, asking what they were thankful for in this unusual, tumultuous year.
The Furchgott Sourdiffe Gallery is sponsoring Nest in Colors, an exhibit of work by Bonnie Acker, Miriam Adams, Elizabeth Allen, Neil Berger, Clark Derbes, Holly Hauser, David Maille, Jessica Scriver, Bettina Stark, Barbara Wagner, Frank Wood…
The Nature Conservancy and Tunbridge artist Elizabeth Billings have teamed up to design natural art installations on three protected natural areas, in Shelburne, Manchester and Monkton.
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused many a change, but the Women’s Festival of Crafts can’t be kept down. The 31st edition of the bazaar, featuring Vermont crafters, makers and more, has gone virtual.
Show your holiday spirit and join this friendly competition and infuse some cheer around the neighborhoods. Whether you do it to win a fun prize and bragging rights, or just enjoy sharing your festive decorations, the Shelburne Rec Department…
An art exhibit “Missing Touch” will run through Nov. 16 at the Furchgott Sourdiffe Gallery in Shelburne featuring the work of Beth Pearson, Annelein Beukenkamp, Leslie Fry and Betsey Garand.