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June 20th, 2018

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Wednesday, June 20

BarreConcert in the Park: Native Tongue at Currier Park. 7PM.

Author Talk: Baker Martin Philip at the Aldrich Public Library, 6 Washington St. 6PM. Philip is the head baker at King Arthur Flour. Come for stories, bread, and banjo! Info: 476-7550.

Farmers Market at Currier Park. 4PM-7PM.

BerlinVTF&W Public Discussion on Berlin Pond Fishing Regulations at the F&W Dept Annex, 190 Junction Rd (across from Amtrak station). 6:30PM.

DanvilleCaledonia Farmers Market on the Danville Green. 9AM-1PM.

GreensboroMid-Week Movie: Phantom Thread at the Highland Center for the Arts, 2875 Hardwick St. 7PM. Info: 533-2000.

MiddlesexBike Middlesex with Green Mountain Club. Moderately Difficult 18 +/- miles. Bring lunch. Meet at Dept. of Labor at 10AM. Info & Route: 883-2313.

MontpelierWhere Am I? The Power of Uniqueness at Unitarian Church, 130 Main St. 7PM. Former Scenic America President and TED talk lecturer Ed McMahon highlights the importance of a sense of place. Info 223-3338.

John Lackard Blues Jam at Sweet Melissa’s, 4 Langdon St. 7:30PM. Info: 225-6012.

Higher! Faster!! Louder!!!– An Evening of Operatic Excess Hosted by Tim Tavcar at Lost Nation Theater, 39 Main St. An evening celebrating the exciting and exhilarating virtuosity of the human voice as displayed by seven shimmering stars from the world of Opera. Info: 229-0492.

RandolphAl’s Pizza Benefit Day. 11AM-8PM. A portion of proceeds will go toward Central Vermont Habitat for Humanity’s newest build in Randolph!

WoodburyRuth Porter Reads from Her Novel Unexpected Grace at the Woodbury Community Library, 69 Valley Lake Rd. 6:30PM. Refreshments. Info: 279-9266.

Thursday, June 21

BarreKids’ International Music Day at the Aldrich Public Library, 6 Washington St. 4PM. Kids ages 4-12 and their parents are invited to the library’s contribution to Make Music for an afternoon of traditional Scottish and Irish music. Info: 476-7550.

CalaisOpen Mic at the Whammy Bar, 31 W. County Rd. 7PM. Info: 229-4329.

GreensboroWriters & Their Mothers: A Reading at the Highland Center for the Arts, 2875 Hardwick St. 7PM. Brings to life the thoughts, work, friendships, passions and, above all, the influence of mothers upon their literary offspring. Info: 533-2000.

MontpelierJosiah, a New Documentary Film Presentation and Discussion about the Real Uncle Tom at the T. W. Wood Gallery at 46 Barre St. 7PM. Discussion to follow. $5 donation suggested. Refreshments served. Info: 262-6035.

PEACHAMFarmers Market, Academy Hill Green. 3PM-7PM. 

RoyaltonFarmers Market at the Town Green. 3PM-6PM. 

WaterburyFarmers Market, Rusty Parker Park, Main Street. 3PM-7PM.

Friday, June 22

Barre- 80’s Night with DUROC (80’s pop covers) at Gusto’s, 28 Prospect St. 9PM. 21+ $5.

Selkies & Seals Movie Party at the Aldrich Public Library, 6 Washington St. 1PM-3:30PM. Come hear Scottish stories about selkies, seals with the power to change into humans, make crafts, and watch an animated film (PG). Ages 7-12. Snacks provided. Info: 476-7550.

CalaisSky Blue Boys (Bluegrass w/Eric Lindner, Dan Lindner, Carrie Cooke) at the Whammy Bar, 31 W. County Rd. 7:30PM. Info: 229-4329.

ChelseaFarmers Market, North Common. 3PM-6PM.

GloverBread and Puppet Presents: Grasshopper Revolution at the Bread and Puppet Farm, 753 Heights Rd./Rt. 122. 3PM. Draws advice from revolutions in human history. There must be more rebellion and more detachment from human privilege and catastrophe and more counter proposals for anti-brutality solutions. Info: 525-3031.

HardwickFarmers Market, Atkins Field, 150 Granite St. 3PM-6PM.

MontpelierCentral VT Relay For Life at Montpelier High School. 6:30PM; conclude at 6AM on Saturday June 23. There will also be a Glow-in-the-Dark 3K run at 11:59PM. $10 registration at www.active.com. Info: 872-6344 or visit www.relayforlife.org/centralvt.

Paint & Sip with Arthur Zorn at Lost Nation Theater, City Hall Arts Center, 39 Main St. 7:30PM. LNT hosts its third-annual fun filled evening teaching you to create your personal world on canvas. $25/$30. Tickets & Info: 229-0492.

MorrisvilleART100 at River Arts, 74 Pleasant St. 6PM-9PM. Celebrate community and creativity in a unique and exciting fundraising event to benefit River Arts. ART100 features an “everyone wins” raffle of original art and fine crafts by local artisans, and all proceeds go to support our community art center. Info: 888-1261.

NewburyCamping & Music Festival at Harvest Moon Orchard in Newbury Village. This is a weekend long festival to raise money for music scholarships. Proceeds benefit The Vermont Folklife Center Master-Apprenticeship Program. Info: www.rockfarmer.com.

Plainfield– Farmers Market. Mill St. 4-7 PM. Local produce, plants, crafts, maple syrup, teas and tea service, & more.

RochesterJoan Hutton Landis Memorial Concert at the Rochester Federated Church, 15 N Main St. 7PM. Info: 767-9234.

Saturday, June 23

BarreGED Testing at the Barre Learning Center, 46 Washington St. 11AM-4PM. Info: 476-4588.

DJ Loud at Gusto’s, 28 Prospect St. 9:30PM. 21+, Free.

Michael Zemanek Memorial Foundation – Bike Ride. 9AM registration at Wilkins Harley-Davidson, 663 S Barre Rd. Chicken BBQ to follow at 1PM. Provide financial support for VT law enforcement & families dealing with catastrophic circumstances.

Berlin5 mi Fun Run/Walk around Berlin Pond to Help Central Vermonters Get Healthy Foods. All proceeds benefit the Health Care Share, a farm-to-hospital public health program that connects VT families with healthy food & nutrition education at their MD’s office. Pre-register at www.cvmc.org/fun-run.

CalaisNaughty and Nice at the Whammy Bar, 31 W. County Rd. 7:30PM. Info: 229-4329. 

CraftsburyFarmers Market, Craftsbury Common. 10AM-1PM.

E. BarreBreakfast, Car Wash, Bake Sale at VFW Post 790. 8AM-12PM. $8/person. Everyone Welcome. All proceeds go to help our Veterans.

MontpelierCapital City Farmers Market at 60 State St. 9AM-1PM. Features live music. Info: 793-8347.

Climb Out of the Darkness at the State House. 10AM-1PM. Central Vermont’s first-ever Climb Out of the Darkness event. Coordinated by Postpartum Support International, this is the largest awareness-raising event devoted to perinatal mental health. Info: 595-7953.

MorrisvilleFarmers Market at the Hannaford Green. 9AM-1PM.

NewburyCamping & Music Festival at Harvest Moon Orchard in Newbury Village. See 6/22 listing for more info.

RandolphFarmers Market at Gifford Medical Center Green, Central Street. 9AM-1PM.

Opening Reception for “A Second Look” at the Chandler Center for the Arts, 71-73 Main St. 5PM-7PM. An exhibit of black & white photographs by Bob Eddy. The show focuses on photographs of Vermont’s White River Valley from the final years of the film era. Info: 728-9878.

Stowe Vermont Renaissance Faire. Info is at: https://www.facebook.com/events/281811772323552/.

WaitsfieldFarmers Market, Mad River Green. 9AM-1PM. 

Sunday, June 24

E. MontpelierPasta Palooza! at the Twin Valley Senior Center, 4583 US Route 2. 4PM-7PM. Various pasta dishes and for desert, make your own sundae! Take out available. Suggested donation of $10/adults, $5/children, and children under 3, free. Info: 223-3322.

HardwickJune Forest Bathing Walk at the Hardwick Trails, Hazen Union Dr. 10Am-12PM. We will use all of our senses to experience the forested trails through a series of invitations. Sliding scale donations accepted. Meet at the Hardwick Trails entrance Sign. Will walk in light rain. Info: 755-6336.

NewburyCamping & Music Festival at Harvest Moon Orchard in Newbury Village. See 6/22 listing for more info.

StoweVermont Renaissance Faire at the Events Field. See 6/23 listing.

Farmers Market, Behind Red Barb Shops, Rte 108. 10:30AM-3PM.

WebstervilleEvery-Other-Sunday Nature Walks in Barre Town Forest. 9AM. Meet at the kiosk at 44 Brook St., Websterville. All ages & dogs on leashes welcome. Info: 476-4185.

Monday, June 25

MiddlesexPaddle Wrightsville Reservoir with Green Mountain Club. Easy. See beavers, herons, and other wildlife. Optional swim. Distance depends on weather, water level, and abilities. Must have PFD and your own canoe/kayak. Bring water and food. For meeting time, place, and info: 793-6313.

Tuesday, June 26

BarreDancing Oobleck! Aldrich Public Library, 6 Washington St. 1:30PM. Children ages 3-12 are invited to make colorful oobleck and explore its unique properties, particularly how it responds to sound waves! Info: 476-7550.

MontpelierCommunity Forum #3 – The Health of Vermont’s Moose Herd at the Dewey Building, 1 National Life Dr. 4-5PM. Agency of Natural Resources Secretary Julie Moore invites the public to join her for a series of conversations about Vermont’s land and water. Info: http://anr.vermont.gov/node/1097.

WaterburyThe Panhandlers, Vermont’s Largest Steel Pan Band in the Garden at the Waterbury Public Library, 28 N Main St. 6PM. Rain site will be the Municipal Building’s Steele Room. Info: 244-7036.

Wednesday, June 27

BarreGED Testing at the Barre Learning Center, 46 Washington St. 4PM-9PM. Info: 476-4588.

Concert in the Park: Dana & Susan Robinson at Currier Park. 7PM.

Farmers Market at Currier Park. 4PM-7PM.

Teen Summer Cinema 1 at the Aldrich Public Library, 6 Washington St. 1:30PM. Free popcorn and a movie for teens! Info: 476-7550.

Author Talk: Children’s Book Creators Jason Chin and Deirdre Gill at the Aldrich Public Library, 6 Washington St. 6PM. Info: 476-7550.

Shadow Puppet Musicals at Aldrich Public Library, 6 Washington St. 1PM. Explore the science of light and shadows by designing shadow puppets and writing and performing your own story! Info: 476-7550.

DanvilleCaledonia Farmers Market on the Danville Green. 9AM-1PM.

GreensboroMid-Week Movie: Spider-Man: Homecoming at the Highland Center for the Arts, 2875 Hardwick St. 7PM. Info: 533-2000.

Thursday, June 28

Barre Saragail Benjamin’s Rockin’ Rhythms at the Aldrich Public Library, 6 Washington St. 1:30PM-2:30PM. Children, teens, and parents are invited to join Saragail Benjamin for a drumming storytelling session! Master drummer Saragail Benjamin will bring drums for everyone to play. Info: 476-7550.

CalaisOpen Mic at the Whammy Bar, 31 W. County Rd. 7PM. Info: 229-4329.

Greensboro Into the Woods at the Highland Center for the Arts, 2875 Hardwick St. 7:30PM. $10/$8/$5. Sondheim’s beloved masterpiece is brought to life by the high school students of Hazen Union High School. Info: www.highlandartsvt.org, 533-2000.

Nisbet Cross Country Trip Slide Presentation at the Highland Center for the Arts, 2875 Hardwick St. 7PM. Come and experience a cross country trip from the rider’s seat of a Harley Davidson. Join Tim and Bobbie Nisbet as they take you on their 2017 epic motorcycle adventure to Alaska. Free. Info: 533-2000.

PEACHAMFarmers Market, Academy Hill Green. 3PM-7PM. 

RoyaltonFarmers Market at the Town Green. 3PM-6PM. 

WaterburyFarmers Market, Rusty Parker Park, Main St. 3PM-7PM.

Friday, June 29

Barre- Jeff Przech (Acoustic) at Gusto’s 28 Prospect St. 5-7PM. Free.

Also at Gusto’s: High Def ( Rock Covers) 9PM. 21+ $5.

CalaisPapa’s Porch (Bluegrass) at the Whammy Bar, 31 W. County Rd. 7:30PM. Info: 229-4329.

ChelseaFarmers Market, North Common. 3PM-6PM. 

GloverBread and Puppet Presents: Out-of-Joint-Hamlet at the Bread and Puppet Farm, 753 Heights Rd./Rt. 122. 7:30PM. Reimagines the classic tale of the indecisive Prince. In this version, the king, the ghost, and Ophelia are played as giant marionettes, whereas Hamlet, Horatio, Polonius, Laertes, Gertrude and Claudius are fist puppets in a small puppet stage at the feet of the giants. Info: 525-3031.

HardwickFarmers Market, Atkins Field, 150 Granite St. 3PM-6PM.

MontpelierBike Montpelier to Waterbury with Green Mountain Club. Easy. 20 +/- miles. Strawberry Festival at the Waterbury Congregational Church. Leave at 4PM from the parking area behind the Dept. of Labor. Helmet required. Info: 883-2313.

Montpelier Senior Activity Center Senior Prom at the Capitol Plaza Hotel, 100 State St. 7:30PM-10PM. Our theme this year is ‘Disco Fever’! Tickets are $25 and include apps, music, a fun photobooth, and lots of dancing! Everyone invited! Dance the night away with friends while supporting a great community organization! Tickets at https://bpt.me/3443434.

Plainfield– Farmers Market. 4-7 P.M., Mill St. Local produce, plants, crafts, maple syrup, teas and tea service, and more.

Saturday, June 30

BarreDJ Eric LaFountaine at Gusto’s, 28 Prospect St. 9:30PM. 21+, Free.

CabotTown-Wide Lawn Sale & Cabot Church Strawberry Festival. 9AM-3PM. Lunch available. Maps at stores and at Cabot Church. Info: 563-2715.

CraftsburyFarmers Market, Craftsbury Common. 10AM-1PM.

MontpelierCapital City Farmers Market at 60 State St. 9AM-1PM. Features live music. Info: 793-8347.

Workshop: Pollinate New England Garden Installation by the New England Wildflower Society, at the North Branch Nature Center, 713 Elm St. 1PM-4PM. Designed for novice gardeners who may need help getting started with tools, site preparation, plants, planting methods, plant care, etc. Registration Required. Free. Reg & Info: 229-6206.

Lecture: Pollinate New England and Pollinator-Friendly Gardening by the New England Wildflower Society, at the North Branch Nature Center, 713 Elm St. 6PM-8:30PM. Lecture presented by professionals from NEWFS & will cover strategies for choosing the best plants for pollinators. Registration Required. Free. Reg & Info: 229-6206.

MorrisvilleFarmers Market at the Hannaford Green. 9AM-1PM.

RandolphFarmers Market at Gifford Medical Center Green, Central Street. 9AM-1PM.

WaitsfieldFarmers Market, Mad River Green. 9AM-1PM. 

WolcottStrawberry Shortcake Dinner & Silent Auction at the Wolcott Town Hall, Main St. 5PM. Ham, summer salads, rolls, fresh strawberry shortcake! $10/adult, $5/kids 6-12, under 5 free. Proceeds go to Lacing Up for Cancer and the Historic Restoration Fund.

Sunday, July 1

GloverBread and Puppet Presents: Grasshopper Revolution at the Bread and Puppet Farm, 753 Heights Rd./Rt. 122. 3PM. See 6/22 listing for more info.

JeffersonvilleOpening Reception for THE SKY’S THE LIMIT at Bryan Memorial Gallery, 180 Main St. Roundtable: 1PM, Reception: 2PM-4PM. A juried group show by 72 artists of artworks featuring the sky as the predominant element of the composition. Info: 644-5100.

NorthfieldDisintermediation & Intermediation, The Politics of Cyberspace. at the Jewish Community of Greater Stowe, 1189 Cape Cod Rd. 4PM. Presented by Prof. Mich Kabay, Professor of Computer Information Systems at Norwich University. Are online sites responsible for content posted by users? Free & Open to the public.

StoweFarmers Market, Behind Red Barb Shops, Rte 108. 10:30AM-3PM.

Monday, July 2

MontpelierVillage Harmony Teen Ensemble I at the Unitarian Church, 130 Main St. 7:30PM. $5-15/sliding scale. Info: 426-3210.

Tuesday, July 3

FairleeWyld Nightz as Part of the Fairlee Community Music Series on the Town Common. Free. 6:30PM-8PM.

HardwickVillage Harmony Teen Ensemble I at the Heartbeet Community Hall, 218 Town Farm Rd. 7:30PM. $5-15/sliding scale. Info: www.villageharmony.org.

MontpelierMontpelier’s 3rd of July Independence Day Celebration, Downtown Montpelier. 3PM-11PM. Montpelier Alive is proud to coordinate the Independence Day Celebration in the Capital City for the 19th year! More than 40 food and craft vendors. Schedule & Info: http://www.montpelieralive.org/july3rd.

WorcesterBike Worcester with GMC Montpelier. Difficult. 20 +/- miles. Leave at 10AM from the Worcester Town Office to Elmore. Lunch at the Elmore general store. Helmet required. Info: 883-2313.

Wednesday, July 4

BarreFarmers Market at Currier Park. 4PM-7PM.

DanvilleCaledonia Farmers Market on the Danville Green. 9AM-1PM.

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