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July 23rd, 2018

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Wednesday, July 18

AdamantMaster Classes with Christopher Elton at the Adamant Music School, 1241 Haggett Rd. Phyllis Chase will be the showcased artist. Info: 223-3347.

BarreNovelist Robin MacArthur at the Aldrich Public Library, 6 Washington St. 6PM. Howard Frank Mosher called Robin’s writing “American literature at its very best.” Light refreshments & signing to follow. Info: 476-7550.

Concert in the Park: Michele Fay Band at Currier Park. 7PM.

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

Workshop: Finding Your Niche on Social Media at Capstone Community Action, 20 Gable Pl. 12:30PM-2PM. Free. Register: 477-5214.

CalaisBike Calais with GMC Montpelier. Easy. East Montpelier/Calais Back Roads. 20 +/- miles. Leave 10AM from the parking area at No. 10 Pond in Calais. Bring a lunch. Helmet required. Info: 883-2313.

DanvilleFarmers Market on the Green. 9AM-1PM.

GreensboroMid-Week Movie: Basquiat at the Highland Center for the Arts, 2875 Hardwick St. 7PM. $5 donation. Info: 533-2000.

NorthfieldChristian Tent Revival at 1697 Winch Hill Rd. 7PM. Preach the gospel to the lost, build up and strengthen believers in the faith and to distribute the gifts of God. Info: 371-8220.

Thursday, July 19

Hyde ParkThe Lamoille County Players Present Hello, Dolly at the Hyde Park Opera House, 85 Main St. 7PM. Tickets & Info: 888-4507.

Montpelier– Lost Nation Theater Presents Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night at City Hall Arts Center, 39 Main St. 39 Main St. 7:30PM. One of its favorite Shakespeare comedies. Mistaken identity, music, disguises, high-jinx, cross-dressing, shipwrecks, and love come center stage. Tickets & Info: 229-0492.

The Hunger Mountain Coop Brown Bag Concert Series Presents: Dana & Sue Robinson, sponsored by Woodbury Mountain Toys, at the Christ Church Courtyard, 64 State St. 12PM. Free. Info: www.montpeleiralive.org/brownbag.

NorthfieldChristian Tent Revival at 1697 Winch Hill Rd. 7PM. See 7/18 listing.

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, July 20

AdamantFriday Night Cookout Fundraiser for the Adamant Co-op, 1313 Haggett Rd. 5:30PM-7PM. Grill items, seasonal salads, decadent desserts, tons of ambiance. $10/meal. Rain/shine. Info: 223-5760.

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

GloverBread and Puppet Presents: Hamlet Or Else at the Paper Mache Cathedral, 753 Heights Rd. 7:30PM. Deconstructed Shakespeare resurrected with cardboard and paper mache. Suggested Donation $10, no one turned away for lack of funds. Info: 525-3031.

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

Hyde ParkThe Lamoille County Players Present Hello, Dolly at the Hyde Park Opera House, 85 Main St. 7PM. Tickets & Info: 888-4507.

MontpelierKatie Trautz at the Kellogg-Hubbard Library, 135 Main St. 10AM. Free. Start your summer morning with timeless folk songs. All ages welcome. Info: 223-3338.

Lost Nation Theater Presents Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night at City Hall Arts Center, 39 Main St. 39 Main St. See 7/19 listing.

Flowers of the Field, Counterpoint, Vermont’s Professional Vocal Ensemble at the Unitarian Church, 130 Main St. 7:30PM. Tickets available at the door. $20/adults, $15/seniors, $5/students & limited means. Info: 540-1784.

NorthfieldChristian Tent Revival at 1697 Winch Hill Rd. 7PM. See 7/18 listing.

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

RandolphAunt Jack, Part of Vermont Pride Theater at the Chandler Center for the Arts, 71-73 Main St. 7:30PM. Event followed by talk & reception. Tickets & Info: 728-6464.

Central VT Habitat for Humanity Annual Yard and Attic Sale at the Bethany Church Barn and Drive, Main St. 3PM-7PM. Supports Randolph home build. Info & donations: 276-3161.

South RoyaltonOld Home Day on the Green. 6PM. Games/Bingo/Food/Entertainment. Mt. House Cloggers at 6PM, Music by the In-Laws at 7:30PM. Proceeds benefit South Royalton Fire & Rescue, plus other non-profit organizations.

Saturday, July 21

Adamant- Peter Pan Opens at the QuarryWorks Theater, 743 Quarry Rd. 2PM & 5PM. Free. Info: 229-6978.

BethelAnnual Summer Sale in the hall of St. Anthony’s Church (Little Brown Church). 9AM-2PM. Sponsored by the Catholic Daughters of America. Features crafts, baked goods, white elephant, and a raffle. Info: 234-5605.

CraftsburyFarmers Market, on the Common. 10AM-1PM.

Hyde ParkThe Lamoille County Players Present Hello, Dolly at the Hyde Park Opera House, 85 Main St. 7PM. Tickets & Info: 888-4507.

MontpelierThe Montpelier BioBlitz 2018 at Hubbard Park and North Branch Nature Center. 2PM-2PM (24hrs). An outdoor festival featuring live music, dancing, camping, games, bike races, trail runs, kids activities, live animals, nature walks, exhibits, presentations by expert biologists, and more. Meanwhile, biologists and volunteers from around the northeast will be gathering critical data for environmental conservation. Round-the-clock fun for all ages! Info: 229-6206.

PARKAPALOOZA also in Hubbard Park. 2PM. In addition to great music, we’ll be running our giant slip ‘n slide, and have a community BBQ trailer fired up for you to grill! Info: https://www.facebook.com/events/162033757820436/.

Capital City Farmers Market at 60 State St. 9AM-1PM. Info: 793-8347.

Lost Nation Theater Presents Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night at City Hall Arts Center, 39 Main St. 39 Main St. See 7/19 listing.

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

NorthfieldSergei Gratchev on the Charlotte Nichols Greene Memorial Carillon at Norwich University. 1PM. Free, handicapped accessible & open to all. Rain/shine. Info: https://alumni.norwich.edu/NUCarillon.

Christian Tent Revival at 1697 Winch Hill Rd. 7PM. See 7/18 listing.

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

A Perfect Fit, Part of Vermont Pride Theater at the Chandler Center for the Arts, 71-73 Main St. 7:30PM. Event is followed by talk & reception. Tickets & Info: 728-6464.

Central VT Habitat for Humanity Annual Yard and Attic Sale at the Bethany Church Barn and Drive, Main St. 9AM-2PM. Supports Randolph home build. Info & donations: 276-3161.

South RoyaltonOld Home Day on the Green. 10AM: Parade, 11AM: Royalton Town Band Concert, silent auction, and many other games/fun/food/entertainment! Proceeds benefit South Royalton Fire & Rescue, plus other non-profit organizations.

StoweThe Stowe Arts and Culture Council Presents Stowe Arts Week 2018. Will feature events from a wide variety of local arts and cultural organizations. Runs until 7/29. Info & Schedule: stoweartsandculture.org, 253-8358.

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

Sunday, July 22 

Adamant- Peter Pan at the QuarryWorks Theater, 743 Quarry Rd. 2PM. Free. Info: quarryworks.org and 229-6978.

BradfordTabor Valley Singers, the Goshen Church. 3PM.

Calais20th Anniversary Folk Concert at The Old West Church. 4PM. The concert celebrates female folks musicians! $20. Info: 233-1015.

GloverBread and Puppet Presents: The Grasshopper Rebellion Circus &Pageant in the Circus Field, 753 Heights Rd. 7:30PM. Suggested Donation $10, no one turned away for lack of funds. Info: 525-3031.

GreensboroSilent Film Series: The Artist at the Highland Center for the Arts, 2875 Hardwick St. 3PM. Info: www.highlandartsvt.org & 533-2000.

Hyde ParkThe Lamoille County Players Present Hello, Dolly at the Hyde Park Opera House, 85 Main St. 2PM. Tickets & Info: 888-4507.

MontpelierThe Montpelier BioBlitz 2018 & PARKAPALOOZA at Hubbard Park and North Branch Nature Center continues until 2PM. See July 21 listings for info.

Lost Nation Theater Presents Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night at City Hall Arts Center, 39 Main St. 39 Main St. 2PM. See 7/19 listing. Note 2PM Sunday time.

RandolphBright Half Life, Part of Vermont Pride Theater at the Chandler Center for the Arts, 71-73 Main St. 7:30PM. Event is followed by a talk & a reception. Tickets & Info: 728-6464.

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

StoweThe Stowe Arts and Culture Council Presents Stowe Arts Week 2018. See 7/21 listing.

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

Tuesday, July 24

BarnardNY Times Bestselling Author Michael Tougias to Speak at Barnard Historical Society, Village School, VT-12. 7PM. Tougias is the author of over 30 national bestsellers including several books about true survival stories. Info: www.michaeltougias.com.

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

GloverShape Note Sing at Bread and Puppet at the Bread and Puppet Farm, 753 Heights Rd. 7:30PM. Early American 4-Part Hymns in the Fa-Sol-La-Mi tradition. Every Tues. evening. All welcome, no experience necessary. Free. Info: 525-6972.

GreensboroSip & Skill Share – Mozzarella with Carol Fairbank Presented With Wonderarts at the Highland Center for the Arts, 2875 Hardwick St. 7PM. $10 Suggested donation. Learn how to make your own farm fresh mozzarella! Info: 533-2000.

Randolph4-Play (’80s Covers) at Gifford Park. 6PM. Free & family friendly. Food provided by Randolph Center Fire Department. Info: 728-2380.

StoweThe Stowe Arts and Culture Council Presents Stowe Arts Week 2018. See 7/21 listing.

WaterburyBike Waterbury with GMC Montpelier. Moderate. 25 +/- miles. Helmet required. For meeting time, place, and info: 622-0585.

Wednesday, July 25

BarreConcert in the Park: Donna Thunder at Currier Park. 7PM.

Barre Heritage Festival. Barre is the 4th largest city in Vermont. Let’s celebrate our heritage! More info and a list of events: https://barreheritagefestival.org.

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

Teen Summer Cinema 2 at the Aldrich Public Library, 6 Washington St. 1:30PM. Free popcorn and a movie for teens! Info: 476-7550.

Author Talk: Stone Artist Dan Snow at the Aldrich Public Library, 6PM. Light refreshments and a signing follow the talk. Info: 476-7550.

DanvilleFarmers Market on the Green. 9AM-1PM.

Greensboro10 Things I Hate About You at the Highland Center for the Arts, 2875 Hardwick St. 7PM. $5. Info: 533-2000.

HardwickQuilting with Magical Plaid Woods at the Jeudevine Library, 93 N Main St. 7PM. Make those old plaid shirts with great memories into glorious quilts! Info: 472-5948.

Montpelier5 Steps to Cope with Lyme Disease at the Hunger Mountain Co-op, 623 Stone Cutters Way. 6PM. Free. RSVP: info@hungermountain.coop.

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

RandolphFree 25th Anniversary Showing of Jonathan Demme’s Oscar-Winning Philadelphia at the Chandler Center for the Arts, 71-73 Main St. 7PM. Donations accepted to Vermont CARES and the HIV/HCV Resource Center. Info: 728-6464.

StoweThe Stowe Arts and Culture Council Presents Stowe Arts Week 2018. See 7/21 listing.

Waterbury CtrWaterbury Historical Society Summer Meeting at the Hope Davey Shelter, Maple St. 6PM potluck. Bring a hot dish or a salad to share. Dessert & beverage provided. 7PM: Steve Cormier about WDEV. Historical music by Jack Donovan and Joel Najman.

Thursday, July 26

BarreHeritage Festival. Barre is the 4th largest city in Vermont. For more info see 7/25 listing and https://barreheritagefestival.org.

Sweet Soirée at the Old Labor Hall. 5:30PM (doors). Enjoy desserts and Franco-American and Quebec folk songs, original compositions, jazz standards, and an occasional French classic. Tickets: $15/door, $12/advance, $6/child. For info on entering the dessert contest, and a full schedule: http://oldlaborhall.org/soiree-sucree-2018/

SHS Ladies Luncheon at the Canadian Club, 414 E Montpelier Rd. 11:30AM-2PM. $15. This year’s theme is “chunky jewelry.” RSVP: 622-0838.

CalaisOpen Mic, the Whammy Bar, 31 W. County Rd. 7PM.

Hyde ParkThe Lamoille County Players Present Hello, Dolly at the Hyde Park Opera House, 85 Main St. 7PM. Tickets & Info: 888-4507.

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

MontpelierEarth: Remedies for Digestion and Energy at the Hunger Mountain Co-op, 623 Stone Cutters Way. 6PM. Free. RSVP: info@hungermountain.coop.

The Hunger Mountain Coop Brown Bag Concert Series Presents: Allison Mann, sponsored by Edward Jones, at the Christ Church Courtyard, 64 State St. 12PM. Free. Info: www.montpeleiralive.org/brownbag.

Lost Nation Theater Presents Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night at City Hall Arts Center, 39 Main St. 39 Main St. 7:30PM. See 7/19 listing.

RichmondEmaLou & the Beat and the Phineas Gage Project at the Round Church, 25 Round Church Rd. 7PM-9PM. Contemporary and classic folk, rock ‘n roll, and funk music – as well as originals. $10/person. Info: 434-3220.

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

StoweThe Stowe Arts and Culture Council Presents Stowe Arts Week 2018. See 7/21 listing.

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

Friday, July 27

AdamantFriday Night Cookout Fundraiser for the Adamant Co-op, 1313 Haggett Rd. 5:30PM-7PM. Grill items, seasonal salads, decadent desserts, tons of ambiance. $10/meal. Rain or shine. Info: 223-5760.

BarreHeritage Festival. See 7/25 listing.

Friends of the Aldrich Public Library Summer Book Sale. 8AM-6PM. Thousands of gently used books, videos, and other items for all ages under tents on the library lawn. All proceeds help the Friends of the Library sponsor programs and help buy new materials. Info: 476-7550.

CalaisBlackwater Trio, the Whammy Bar, 31 W. County Rd. 7:30PM.

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

GloverBread and Puppet Presents: Hamlet Or Else at the Paper Mache Cathedral, 753 Heights Rd. 7:30PM. Suggested Donation $10, no one turned away for lack of funds. Info: 525 – 3031.

GreensboroVermont Shakespeare Festival’s The Taming of the Shrew at the Highland Center for the Arts, 2875 Hardwick St. 7:30PM. Info & Tickets: www.highlandartsvt.org, 533-2000.

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

Hyde ParkThe Lamoille County Players Present Hello, Dolly at the Hyde Park Opera House, 85 Main St. 7PM. Tickets & Info: 888-4507.

MontpelierGo Forth and Ferment! Hunger Mountain Co-op, 623 Stone Cutters Way. 6PM. Learn how to make kimchi, sauerkraut, fire cider, kombucha and more. $5/$6. RSVP: info@hungermountain.coop.

Lost Nation Theater Presents Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night at City Hall Arts Center, 39 Main St. 39 Main St. 7:30PM. See 7/19 listing.

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

Randolph– Bright Half Life, part of Vermont Pride Theater at the Chandler Center for the Arts, 71-73 Main St. 7:30PM. Event is followed by a talk & a reception. Tickets & Info: 728-6464.

StoweThe Stowe Arts and Culture Council Presents Stowe Arts Week 2018. See 7/21 listing.

Saturday, July 28

Adamant- Peter Pan at the QuarryWorks Theater, 743 Quarry Rd. 2PM & 5PM. Free. Info: quarryworks.org and 229-6978.

BarreHeritage Festival. Barre is the 4th largest city in Vermont. For more info see 7/25 listing and https://barreheritagefestival.org.

Rotary Breakfast on the Aldrich Library Lawn. 7:30AM-10AM. Benefits the Aldrich Library. Tickets available at the library, Quality Market, and Barre Rotarians; $9 (advanced), $10 (at event).

Poetry Slam at the Aldrich Public Library, 6 Washington St. 6PM. 5-minute limit for poets & groups. All-ages welcome. Come early and enjoy free pizza! Info: 476-7550.

Friends of the Aldrich Public Library Summer Book Sale. 7:30AM-2PM. See 7/27 listing.

CalaisSecond Wife at the Whammy Bar, 31 W. County Rd. 7:30PM.

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

GreensboroVermont Shakespeare Festival’s The Taming of the Shrew at the Highland Center for the Arts, 2875 Hardwick St. 7:30PM. See 7/27 listing.

Hyde ParkThe Lamoille County Players Present Hello, Dolly at the Hyde Park Opera House, 85 Main St. 7PM. Tickets & Info: 888-4507.

MontpelierCapital City Farmers Market, 60 State St. 9AM-1PM. Info: 793-8347.

Puffins! (For Teens): Join other youth and teen birders as we travel to Boothbay Harbor for a boat tour of the island with North Branch Nature Center. Info: 229-6206.

Lost Nation Theater Presents Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night at City Hall Arts Center, 39 Main St. 39 Main St. 7:30PM. See 7/19 listing.

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

NorthfieldTiffany Ng, Carillonneur and Professor of Music, University of Michigan on the Charlotte Nichols Greene Memorial Carillon at Norwich University. 1PM. Free, handicapped accessible & open to all. Rain/shine.

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

Aunt Jack, part of Vermont Pride Theater at the Chandler Center for the Arts, 71-73 Main St. 7:30PM. Event is followed by a talkback & a reception. Tickets & Info: 728-6464.

Indoor Flea Market at Our Lady of the Angels Church, Rte. 66 & Hebard Hill Rd. 9AM-3PM. Knights of Columbus will host a lunchtime BBQ! $15 Table rentals. Info: 728-4322 or email olotachurchevents@gmail.com.

South Royalton3 Rides (Short, Medium, Long): Green Mountain Bicycle Club Upper Valley Weekend. 9:15AM. Meet at north side of the South Royalton Green. All riders must wear helmets. For route & info: (781) 929-9085.

StoweThe Stowe Arts and Culture Council Presents Stowe Arts Week 2018. See 7/21 listing.

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

Sunday, July 29

Adamant- Peter Pan at the QuarryWorks Theater, 743 Quarry Rd. 2PM. Free. Info: quarryworks.org and 229-6978.

BarreHeritage Festival. Barre is the 4th largest city in Vermont. For more info see 7/25 listing and https://barreheritagefestival.org.

BerlinCustom Appreciation Ice Cream Social and Fireworks Spectacular at the Wayside Restaurant. 6:30PM-9:30PM. The Wayside turns 100 this July. Come celebrate!

GloverBread and Puppet Presents: The Grasshopper Rebellion Circus &Pageant in the Circus Field, 753 Heights Rd. 3PM. Suggested Donation $10, no one turned away for lack of funds. Info: 525-3031.

GreensboroVermont Shakespeare Festival’s The Taming of the Shrew at the Highland Center for the Arts, 2875 Hardwick St. 2PM. See 7/27 listing. Note Sunday time.

GrotonPaddle/Walk Groton with GMC Montpelier. Easy. Osmore Pond. Various distances. Walk or Canoe, Kayak. Bring a poem to share. PFD required if paddling. For meeting time and place: 229-9787.

Hyde ParkThe Lamoille County Players Present Hello, Dolly at the Hyde Park Opera House, 85 Main St. 2PM. Tickets & Info: 888-4507.

MontpelierPuffins! (For Teens) Continues! See 7/28 listing.

Lost Nation Theater Presents Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night at City Hall Arts Center, 39 Main St. 39 Main St. 2PM. See 7/19 listing. Note Sunday time.

RandolphA Perfect Fit, part of Vermont Pride Theater at the Chandler Center for the Arts, 71-73 Main St. 7:30PM. Event is followed by a talk & a reception. Tickets & Info: 728-6464.

South RoyaltonGreen Mountain Bicycle Club Upper Valley Weekend – Pomfret Perambulations. 9AM. 50 mi. Meet no. side of South Royalton Green. For route & info: 899-2908.

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

The Stowe Arts and Culture Council Presents Stowe Arts Week 2018. See 7/21 listing.

Monday, July 30

Hyde ParkRoad Pitch 2018 at the Green Mountain Technology and Career Center, 738 VT-15. 2PM. The Lamoille Economic Development Corporation (LEDC) has selected and coached five local entrepreneurs who will present their seven minute “pitches” to 60 or more motorcycle riders who are themselves successful entrepreneurs. Info: www.roadpitch.co and 888-5640.

PlainfieldBread&Puppet Presents an Insurrection Mass with Funeral March for a Rotten Idea at Goddard College. 7:30PM. B&P Director, Peter Schumann appropriates the form of a Catholic funeral mass as a ritual byebye to a rotten idea in our culture/politics that is badly in need of burial. Admission by donation.

Tuesday, July 31

FairleeBob Amos & Catamount Crossing on the Town Common. Free. 6:30PM-8PM.

GloverShape Note Sing at Bread and Puppet at the Bread and Puppet Farm, 753 Heights Rd. 7:30PM. Early American 4-Part Hymns in the Fa-Sol-La-Mi tradition. Every Tues. evening at 7:30 through the end of Aug. All welcome, no experience necessary. Free. Info: 525-6972.

GreensboroBlackwater Trio at the Highland Center for the Arts, 2875 Hardwick St. 5PM. Americana, folk, roots and rock band based in Mississippi. Free. Info: www.highlandartsvt.org, 533-2000.

The Telegraph Quartet at Greensboro United Church of Christ, 165 E Craftsbury Rd. 7:30PM. Info: www.telegraphquartet.com.

MorrisvilleBike Morrisville with GMC Montpelier. Moderate. 30-35 miles. Bike on the Lamoille Valley Rail Trail. Bring lunch and water. Helmet required. For meeting time and place: 622-0585.

PlainfieldMake Some Noise for Social Justice with the Goddard College Community Chorus at the Haybarn Theatre, 123 Pitkin Rd. 4PM-6PM. Come for a monthly “sing” in the Haybarn. An engagement with our rich legacy of spirituals, folk, freedom and protest songs, radical traditions. 322-1666.

RandolphTim Brick (Country) at Gifford Park. 6PM. Free & family friendly. Bring chairs & blankets! Food provided by Orange County Sheriff’s Department. Info: 728-2380.

Wednesday, August 1

BarreKillin Time at Currier Park. 7PM.

Author Talk: Novelist Katherine Arden at the Aldrich Public Library, 6 Washington St. 6PM. Info:476-7550.

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

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

OrangeBike Orange with GMC Montpelier. Difficult. 30 +/- miles. Orange to Groton via Rte. 302. We may take a side dirt road part of the way. Meet at the Orange Heights rest area on the left on Rte. 302. Helment required. For meeting time and info: 883-2313.

PlainfieldMFA in Interdisciplinary Arts Visiting Day at Goddard College, 123 Pitkin Rd. 10AM-3:30PM. Meet with the MFAIA Program Director, JuPong Lin, and participate throughout the day in a sampling of residency activities. RSVP: https://goo.gl/forms/ohV2a17rAvZbKlwI2. Info: 322-1646.

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