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August 17th, 2017

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Waterbury Flea Market Offers Shoppers Paradise Every Weekend This Summer

By Aaron Retherford It all started over 40 years ago with someone selling hubcaps in the middle of a field. Now, the Waterbury Flea Market is the oldest and largest flea market in the state. It also guarantees you something to do every weekend this summer. Open every Saturday and Sunday until October 29, the Waterbury Flea Market turns a flat field...

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Central Vermont Chamber to Honor Sen. Bill Doyle March 17

The Central Vermont Chamber of Commerce will be honoring former Senator William “Bill” Doyle at its first Annual Saint Patrick’s Day Breakfast. The 7:30 a.m. Chamber Breakfast will be held on Friday, March 17, 2017 at the Capitol Plaza Hotel in Montpelier, Vermont. (This event has been re-scheduled from the original date of February 23, 2017.) The...

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Vermont Stars come out for Lost Nation Theater in ‘LNT-Aid’ Thursday Night

By Aaron Retherford You’ll be hard-pressed to find a larger gathering of talented performers in Vermont than when Lost Nation Theater puts on its third “LNT-Aid” extravaganza at 7:30 p.m. Thursday night at Montpelier’s City Hall. This is an event not to be missed. LNT-Aid 2016 includes a lineup of veteran and first-time stars. A $25 ticket allows y...

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Experience what The Summit School is all about at Summit School Sampler

By Aaron Retherford City Hall in Montpelier will be the site of a mini-festival of events on Saturday, November 19 thanks to The Summit School for Traditional Music and Culture. This will be the first Summit School Sampler and the school’s executive director hopes to do this every year. “We want to share all the things we do with the public. The fi...

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Headless Horseman Haunts QuarryWorks in Upcoming Show

By Aaron Retherford If you were ever curious about what it’s like to watch a show at QuarryWorks Theater in Adamant in the fall, this is your chance. Now that the theater has indoor heat, the local theater group will be putting on a Fall Foliage Production for the first time. The theater will be decked out in haunted decor for eight showings of The...

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Celebrate Your Loathing of Black Flies at Adamant’s 14th Annual Blackfly Festival

By Aaron Retherford Do you hate black flies? Try living in Adamant. Actually, maybe you shouldn’t. Adamant’s black fly problem is so dreadful, that in order to garden, residents are forced to wear full-body protective nets—fittingly sold at the Adamant Co-op. It’s so bad, residents decided 14 years ago, that if you can’t beat those ruthless b...

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Oompa, Loompa, Doom-pa-dee-do, Rumney Memorial School has a Show for You

By Aaron Retherford It’s that time of year again when Rumney Memorial School students welcome audience members to the wonderful world of Willy Wonka and his magical chocolate factory. For over 20 years, the Drama Club has been entertaining audiences will family-friendly performances such as Alice in Wonderland, the Wizard of Oz, and Peter Pan. This...

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Spaulding High Drama Club Puts on The Wedding Singer

Members of the Spaulding High School Drama Club were all smiles after putting on their costumes for this week’s performance of The Wedding Singer because it means the audiences will be filling in the auditorium shortly. There will be shows at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, and a 2 p.m. matinee also on Saturday. Based on the Adam Sandle...

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Central Vermont Artists Showcase Talent at ARA Members Show

By Aaron Retherford The Art Resource Association is celebrating its 40th anniversary with a members show at the T.W. Wood Gallery in Montpelier. Works across a variety of media and styles were on display during last Thursday night’s reception, although the exhibit officially opened on July 21. The ARA did not place limitations on the work for the s...

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Autism Puzzle Foundation Invites Community to 10th Annual Benefit Dinner

By Aaron Retherford The Autism Puzzle Foundation in Barre is getting ready to celebrate its 10th Annual Benefit Dinner on April 11, its largest fundraiser of the year. APF provides grants to different organizations that provide services to children with autism such as horseback riding therapy, iPads, and summer camps. The organization gives six gra...

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