Nominations are now open for the sixth annual 4393 Awards, a reader survey sponsored by the Stowe Reporter, Waterbury Record and News & Citizen to honor the best in our area. Here's your chance to nominate your favorite restaurants, shops, local heroes and more. The nomination period will run through March 31, 2020, and official voting for the 4393 Awards will begin in April.
Montpelier Chamber Orchestra presents its spring concert, “Further Afield,” on Saturday, March 21, 4 and 7:30 p.m., City Hall Arts Center in Montpelier.
The Knotwork Trio will be part of the Grange Hall Cultural Center’s traditional Irish music show Saturday, March 14, at 7 p.m., performed by Benedict Koehler and Hilari Farrington, the Knotwork Trio (Annabel Moynihan, Michael Moynihan and Don Schabner) and Green Corduroy (Joe Cribari, Denise…
Frank Solivan & Dirty Kitchen, nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Bluegrass Album in 2020, will perform tonight, Thursday, March 5, at Zenbarn, Guptil Road, Waterbury.
Here’s a chance to see the 40th Army Band of the Vermont National Guard in a unique place: The House chamber of the Vermont Statehouse.
The sun will come out tomorrow and the Lamoille County Players hope that the auditioners will come out for their summer musical.
Lamoille Union High School students will present a unique one-act play tonight, Thursday, March 12, at an evening performance at school.
The actors and actresses of Peoples Academy are exploring the trauma that is borne out disaster, and the way people can rise and overcome.
Brenda Garand is the featured artist this month at the Vermont Studio Center’s Red Mill Gallery, 80 Pearl St., Johnson.
“Mindscapes,” an exhibit of art by Katerina Hrdlicka of Morristown, is on display through April 21 at River Arts, 74 Pleasant St., Morrisville, 9 to 4.
The Fleming Museum of Art hosts three spring exhibitions, “Let’s Have a Ball (Wood Gaylor and the New York Art Scene, 1913–1936),” “Warp: War Rugs of Afghanistan,” and “Animal Transformations,” through May 8, 61 Colchester Ave., Burlington.
While gardening comes to a stop in the winter, its companion activity, composting, doesn’t have to.
Sometimes it pays to be an insomniac. One frigid winter night, I climbed out of my restless bed and slipped outside to stand under a sky littered with stars and take in the complete silence of darkness.
White oaks are majestic trees for larger formal landscapes, as well as for natural landscapes. Many species are native to our country, with the main one recognized by several states.
The Vermont Ski and Snowboard Museum is showing Backcountry Magazine’s Bound Film Series, four short films exploring the people, places and stories that push backcountry skiing’s boundaries on Thursday, Feb. 20 at 7 p.m., Main Street, Stowe.
In a time when helicopter parents are smothering their kids with supervision and attempting to childproof the entire world, Mud City Adventures is using the mountains, forests, rivers and ocean to teach them how to adventure safely.
Waterbury’s summer day camp is designed to deliver the best bang for your buck. It gives children a wide variety of stuff to do all summer, and the director of parks and recreation, Nick Nadeau, has been working hard to improve it every year.
Before you can put a horse through its paces, it’s best to get to know it first. At the Center for America’s First Horse, the lessons start from the ground up.
Stowe Free Library is now closed to the public until further notice, to help ensure the health and safety of its staff, visitors and community.
The Donald McMahon American Legion Auxiliary meeting in Stowe, scheduled for Wednesday, April 1, has been canceled because of the coronavirus crisis.
View the latest updates on business operations (including town services, restaurants, activities, lodging and shops) and events courtesy of the Stowe Area Association.
Jennie Iverson, author of a new travel cookbook with brunch recipes from more than 140 ski-resort towns — including Stowe — will sign copies of “Ski Town Brunch” on Sunday, Dec. 15, between 2 and 5 p.m. at Stowe Kitchen Bath & Linens on Mountain Road.