Mark Crouthamel brought a 22-ton block party to Stowe this week, in the form of 180 oversized ice cubes that were dropped off at businesses around town and form the canvas for a group of super chill artists participating in the 20th iteration of the annual Stowe Winter Carnival Ice Carving C…
Patience is a virtue. And this year, people who live in this part of Vermont became highly virtuous. Through the turmoil of 2019 highway construction and reconstruction, they really didn’t have much choice.
For almost 40 years, the Helen Day Art Center has turned into a magical center for the holidays, with ornately decorated Christmas trees and menorahs on loan from Jewish families in the Stowe area.
Space is the final frontier, the realm of science fiction, of futurist ponderings, an endless star-speckled darkness where few humans have been but countless millions have stared into since the beginning of time.
Athletes from Stowe High School and three neighboring schools, Harwood and Lamoille unions and Peoples Academy, had productive fall athletic seasons, with each school winning at least one state championship.
As Vermont’s foliage flushes crimson and gold before falling from the trees, one small flower is just beginning to bloom. Inside the purple petals lies a tiny treasure that’s worth its weight in gold.
Stowe art enthusiasts have gotten used to seeing quirky, offbeat and eye-catching art pieces popping up around town this time of year as part of Helen Day Art Center’s annual “Exposed.” exhibit, now in its 28th year.
They’re here — the results of our fifth annual 4393 Awards! Readers of our newspapers — the Stowe Reporter, News & Citizen and Waterbury Record — voted for their favorite restaurants, shops, sporting goods, home services, nonprofit organizations and so much more.
Find things to do this week in northern and central Vermont: community, exhibits, film and theater, kid-friendly, meetings, music and nightlife, sports and outdoors, talks, workshops and more.