All calendar submissions should be sent to or mailed to The WORLD, Attn: Calendar, 403 U.S. Route 302, Barre, Vt. 05641. The deadline is 5:00 p.m., Thursday preceding publication. The Ongoing section is for free/low cost/non-profit community events.

March 22

Farmers Night Concert Series, presented by the Vermont Legislature. Wednesdays 7:30pm. House Chamber the Vermont State House. Free and open to the public. Alnôbaiwi. Join Vermont’s Indigenous peoples for an evening of wampum reading, individual and group drumming and singing, seasonal dancing, teaching and storytelling.

Thursday, March 23

OnlineCommunity Engagement Strategies Join the Vermont Historical Society and our League of Local Historical Societies & Museums for online lunchtime discussions. Exploring a variety of topics, with an emphasis on best practices to help address expected challenges and opportunities in 2023. Bring your questions, experience, and sandwich to the Zoom room. Free and open to everyone, pre-registration appreciated.

JohnsonA Visiting Writer Reading and Craft Talk with Matthew Olzmann Vermont Studio Center will host Matthew Olzmann as a part of the Visiting Writers Program. 7:00 – 8:00 PM, the reading will take place in the Red Mill Building. The following morning, Thursday, March 23, 10:00 – 11:00 AM, Olzmann will present a writing craft talk in Mason House Library. Free.

StoweArtist Talk by Esperanza Cortés 5:30pm at The Current, 90 Pond St.

Friday, March 24

BarreRug Hooking Group will meet for the first time from 11 am – 2 pm at the Barre Area Senior Center, 131 South Main St. Bring your projects, lunch, snack/dessert to share and a friend. To register call: 802-479-9512. By donation. All fiber artists are welcome.

Living Water Sacred Music by Composers of African Heritage.  At the First Church in Barre Unitarian-Universalist. 7:30PM.

StoweSymbols of LOVE Workshop Esperanza Cortés will lead a ceramic workshop 10AM-noon, at The Current, 90 Pond St. Registration:

Saturday, March 25

East Montpelier– Rabies clinics for cats and dogs from 9AM – 1PM at the Fire Station at 54 Village Acres. Cost per animal is $30. Cash payments only, please. Please bring animals in carriers or on leashes.

NorthfieldTexas Hold’em Tournament 1:00 p.m. at The American Legion Post 63, 48 Depot Square, (802)485-6713. $50 to enter.

NorwichLiving Water Sacred Music by Composers of African Heritage. At the Norwich Congregational Church, 7:30PM.

StoweBeaded Embellishments Workshop 10am-12pm at The Current, 90 Pond St. Shannon O’Connell guides participants in creating beaded patches and pins in this family-friendly workshop. Registration: Open to participants aged 7 and up.

Remembrance Bracelets Workshop 2pm-4pm at The Current, 90 Pond St. Shannon O’Connell explores themes of identity and memory in Tierra Dentro by creating your own wearable artwork. Registration: Open to participants aged 7 and up.

WoodburyPie Breakfast Enjoy sweet and savory home-made pies, live local music, a silent auction, and lots of coffee, community and laughter. 8-10:30 am at the Woodbury Elementary School, 63 Valley Lake Rd. Adults: $7, kids: $4, free for kids 3 and under. Proceeds from the Pie Breakfast benefit the Woodbury Community Library. Check our website for updates.

Sunday, March 26

MontpelierOpera Arias and Duets, German Lied, French Melodie, and favorite spirituals. Featuring works for soprano, mezzo-soprano and piano by Mahler, Strauss, and more. Admission by donation ($25 suggested). At Christ Church.

Jazz Concert An afternoon filled with the jazz music of Claude Bolling. Suggested donation $25. Proceeds go to the music ministry at Bethany. The Sanctuary in Bethany Church, 115 Main Street (802) 223-2424 –

Monday, March 27

OnlineA Visiting Writer Talk with Thomas Greyeyes Vermont Studio Center will host Thomas Greyeyes as a part of the Visiting Writers Program. 7:00PM on Zoom. Free. Please register in advance to receive a private Zoom link. Contact VSC for more information.

Tuesday, March 28

OnlineArts Access Summit 11-6 PM. It will be a day of learning and conversation on accessibility in arts organizations. Participants will leave energized with resources and actionable tips they can put into practice right away. Info:

BarreCraft Night 6-8pm at Delicate Decadence 14 N. Main St. Free. For info:

Wednesday, March 29

BarreBarre Farmers’ Market Winter Market on the last Wednesday of each month: 3:30-6:30 pm. Hosted by The Old Labor Hall. Stop in at the Old Labor Hall at 46 Granite Street, shop our local vendors, and hop on over to RISE UP Bakery.

MontpelierFarmers Night Concert Series, presented by the Vermont Legislature. Wednesdays 7:30pm. House Chamber the Vermont State House. Free and open to the public. Gerry Grimo & the East Bay Jazz Ensemble playing jazz, blues and vocal classics as well as oldies, R&B and rock of the 50’s, 60’s, and 70’s.

Thursday, March 30

BarreLeague of Women Voters Presents The Privatization of Medicare Dr. Marvin Malek, past president of Vermont Physicians for a National Health Program (VT PNHP) will give a presentation on the privatization of Medicare. 1:00 pm, at the Barre Area Senior Center, 131 South Main Street.

CabotPhil Henry presented by the Cabot Folk Club at the Willey Building Auditorium, 3084 Main St. Tickets: $12 advance $15 at the door. Music Starts at 7:00 pm. For advance tickets, visit: For info call 802-793-3016 or email:

JohnsonThe VSO Chamber Orchestra to perform live to 7 films at Dibden Center for the Arts. The performance begins at 7:00 p.m. and runs for one hour. Tickets available at

WaitsfieldVariety Night 6:00-8:00pm at 3 Mountain Cafe, 107 Mad River Green. Free. For info:

Saturday, April 1

AdamantAuditions for the 2023 Qarryworks Season. 10AM-2PM at the Frank Suchomel Memorial Arts Center, 1231 Haggett Rd. For info and scheduling call (802) 229-6978 or

BarreLe Vent du Nord 7:30 p.m. at the Barre Opera House. The two-time Juno award winners are the preeminent exponents of Quebecois traditional music. $32-39 – tickets at 476-8188 or

MontpelierSpring Craft Show from 9:00am-4:00pm. This is a fundraiser for our 8th Grade trip to Washington DC. Hosted by U-32.

Trivia Night Join us for a night of useless knowledge, competitive fun and chocolate prizes! Teams can range in size from 1 to 6 people. At Rabble-Rouser Chocolate & Craft Co 64 Main Street. 7PM.

Sunday, April 2

NorthfieldBreakfast Buffet 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. at The American Legion. Open to the public. $13 adults, $6.50 (children under 10). Eggs & omelets made to order, pancakes, French toast, chipped beef on toast, corned beef hash, bacon, sausage, home fries, juice, coffee, tea & more.

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