With a new mural at Johnson Elementary School, the prolific Juniper Creative Arts is continuing to spread its community collaboration art practice while giving the school’s old mascot a new look.
“Instinctive Paths,” a group exhibit of works in diverse styles and mediums from regional artists is now showing at Furchgott Sourdiffe Gallery in Shelburne through July 15.
Addilyn Wells is the recipient of the 2023 Shannon Palmer Digital Camp Scholarship Award at The Current in Stowe.
The Art Jam takes place on Main Street in Jeffersonville on Sunday, June 4, 11 a.m.-5 p.m.
Vermont Studio Center will host two visiting artists talks in June.
Auditions for the Shelburne Players fall show, “Circle Mirror Transformation,” take place Tuesday and Wednesday, June 6-7, 6-8:30 p.m. in the historic town hall.
Auditions for “The Haunting of Hill House” will be held on Saturday and Sunday, June 17-81, at 1 p.m. the Hyde Park Opera House, 85 Main St. in Hyde Park.
Stowe High School presented “Noises Off” last weekend. Brimming with slapstick comedy, the play was a completely student-run endeavor, conceived and directed by Stowe High School seniors Evan Reichelt and Kenan Griffith.
Officials are cutting back how many lake trout are released annually into Lake Champlain after finding, for the first time in decades, sustained successful reproduction in the species — exciting news for biologists and anglers alike.
Ethan Tapper, award-winning forester for Chittenden County, will lead residents of Shelburne through the LaPlatte River Park to show how diverse riverine and upland forest habitats support a wide range of wildlife.
Vermont’s turtles are on the move, and the Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department is asking for the public’s help in keeping them safe.
Bobolinks, Savannah sparrows and eastern meadowlarks enrich every summer with their songs, but their populations have suffered dramatic, long-term declines due to the loss of their grassland habitat.
This is the time of year when my yard feels bursting with life, as the neighborhood welcomes eastern phoebes, ruby-throated hummingbirds, and broad-winged hawks back from their long migrations.
Here are some of the upcoming programs at Morristown Centennial Library, 7 Richmond St.
The Lamoille County Foodshare will celebrate the memory of board member Karen Loh on Green Bag Day, Saturday, June 10.
A summer tradition will continue this summer as the Morrisville Community Band returns for a series of outdoor concerts and appearances in local parades and events.
RISE, a new summit hosted by the University of Vermont that brings research, innovation, sustainability and entrepreneurship together to address pressing problems that communities around the country face, will be held at the university’s Davis Center on Wednesday, June 21, 8:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m.
Morristown residents will head to the polls next week to vote on a town operating budget for the second time this year.
Here are some resources and upcoming programs from Healthy Lamoille Valley.
Join Healthy Lamoille Valley on Thursday, June 15, noon-4 p.m. at Jenna’s House in Johnson for an afternoon of action planning to prevent and reduce youth substance use and increase their overall health and well-being.
The Greensboro Free Library welcomes runners and anyone interested in running to meet at 7 p.m. on Thursday, June 1, to network and learn about running as well as local training and racing opportunities.
Local children’s book authors Jennifer and John Churchman visited Waterville Elementary School May 23 for a storytelling presentation.
The Vermont Chamber of Commerce is hosting a reception for the state’s business leaders to honor the career of Sen. Patrick Leahy on Thursday, June 8, 4:30-7:30 p.m. at the University of Vermont’s Dudley H. Davis Center.
The ninth annual Cancer Survivors Social will be held on Sunday, June 4, 2-4 p.m., at the Inn at Shelburne Farms.