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Charlie Schramm, a sixth grader at the Shelburne Community School, wanted to give back to local businesses who have given him opportunities to perform his music.But just how to give back while “sheltering in place” might have proved confoundi…

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Last week we reported that, after being postponed because of the coronavirus pandemic, this summer’s Lyric Theatre Company production of “Matilda” was to take the stage in July.

As she walked into Burlington’s Fletcher Free Library on an overcast day, JC Wayne’s presence was unmistakable. She exudes cool, she moves with confidence, she beams a smile.

Third annual screening of the International Fly Fishing Film Festival sponsored by Green Mountain Project Healing Waters, Saturday, March 14, 1 p.m., St. Michael’s College, McCarthy Arts Center, 18 Campus Road, Colchester.

The 2018 film “The Interpreter” is the final selection of “Jewish Journeys: A Series of Films from Around the World,” sponsored by Main Street Landing Filmhouse, Ohavi Zedek Synagogue, Temple Sinai, UVM Hillel and Jewish Communities of Vermon…

The 2020 Sugarhouse Snowshoe race returned to Shelburne Sugarworks on Saturday, Feb. 29. The run/walk event through the sugar grove raised heart rates, while sweet treats that followed raised spirits.

Veterans, military families and other community members concerned about veterans issues are invited to attend the Northern Vermont University Veterans Summit, Saturday, March 7, 8 a.m. - 3 p.m., UVM Davis Center, 590 Main St., Burlington. Key…

In May of 1870, hundreds of soldiers in the Fenian Brotherhood from around the eastern U.S. passed through the railroad station in Essex Junction on their way to St. Albans, rendezvous for the attack on Canada. These militant Irish nationalis…

“The world is always changing, and progress is always happening, but is that a good thing or a bad thing?” This is the question students at The Schoolhouse addressed in their annual play presented Feb. 20.

The Vermont International Film Festival presents “Varda by Agnès,” the final film from the late, beloved Agnès Varda, Thursday, Feb. 27, 7 p.m., Main Street Landing, 60 Lake St., Burlington. The documentary is a characteristically playful, pr…

As part of their First Wednesdays lecture series, the Vermont Humanities Council presents Middlebury College professor Matthew Evan Taylor and his talk, “The Poetics of Protest in Nina Simone’s ‘Mississippi Goddam!’” In 1964, Nina Simone perf…

The library welcomes the award winning Celtic Cats from the University of Vermont who will add a little jig to the upcoming St. Patrick’s Day season, Saturday, Feb. 29, 1 p.m. The performance will show off the talents of national and internat…

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The Valentine’s Day spirit was alive and well at Rustic Roots Craft Eatery in Shelburne, for the fourth annual heART Show fundraiser.

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