Wednesday, October 13
Barre– Trivia Night at the Quarry a domestic violence awerness month event sponsored by Circle. 6-8PM.
East Hardwick– Community Supper and Migrant Justice Presentation 5:30 dinner, 6:30 presentation. Caledonia Grange #9, 88 East Church St. Free, donations welcome. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org or 472-8987.
Thursday, October 14
Williamstown– Annual Chicken Pie Supper at the Williamstown Masonic Lodge on Brush Hill. Eat in servings: 5 and 7PM. Take out 5:45-6:45. For reservations and take-out pickup call 433-5382. $13.
Williamstown Historical Society Program at the museum in Williamstown, 5:30 potluck and annual meeting. 7:30 musical program with Northeast Fiddlers. All are welcome. Vaccinations required. Sponsored by the Historical Society.
Friday, October 15
Online– Introduction to Zero Suicide Webinars This webinar is for all staff in health care, mental health organizations, primary care and hospitals, schools and community settings interested in suicide prevention skills and the framework for suicide safer care. It provides basic information for all involved in a comprehensive approach to suicide prevention, and prior to the adoption of advanced practices in a pathway to care. 9-10AM. To register: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/introduction-to-zero-suicide-in-vermont-suicide-safe-pathways-to-care-registration-175814103717?goal=0_9008cd1050-a255a5e54f-1342895488&mc_cid=a255a5e54f&mc_eid=af8fd53545.
Waterbury– Baby, Kid & Maternity Tag Sale to benefit The Children’s Room. 3-6PM. Location: Wesley United Methodist Church. When to donate: Wed. October 13th 10-noon and 2:30-5:30PM and Thurs. October 14th 2:30-6:30PM. Donations accepted: clean clothing and gear sizes 0-8 years and maternity. Snow sporting gear (small skis, skates, snowshoes or sleds), toys, books (1 box of books per family), Halloween costumes and baby gear. We cannot accept car or booster seats, potties or bathtubs, furniture or stuffed animals.
Saturday, October 16
Online– The Smirktacular! You’ll laugh, you’ll cry and you’ll be amazed when you join us virtually for a Smirkus-style soirée featuring the talents of our troupers, campers, alumni, and residency artists. Individual tickets: donate what you can, VIP ticket: $50 | Virtual table for 10: $500. 7PM. For info: www.smirkus.org.
Barre– UVM Men’s Basketball open practice at the Barre Auditorium. 11AM. Free. Mask required.
Brookfield– Flea Market & Bake Sale From 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM. Limited inside tables available at $10.00, out side bring your own table at $5.00. To reserve space contact Pat at 802-728-4515. At The First Congregational Church of Brookfield. At the corner of Ridge Road and RT 65.
Montpelier– Chicken Pie Dinner at the Trinity United Methodist Church, 137 Main Street. Meal pick up (take out only) is between 4:30 – 6:00 PM. $12.00. Reservations are required: Email: TUMCreservation@gmail.com or call: 802-613-3073 for reservations.
Randolph– Roast Pork Supper Drive-thru take-outs. Indoor seating at 5pm – Reservations recommended 802-728-5251. Our Lady of the Angels Church corner of Route 66 and Hebard Hill Road. Adults $15, kids $7.
Waterbury– Baby, Kid & Maternity Tag Sale to benefit The Children’s Room. 8AM-1PM. See Oct. 15 for details.
Sunday, October 17
Greensboro– The Concert for Wildlife This is a special benefit concert with The Mallett Brothers Band, to support the Vermont Wildlife Coalition Educational Fund, the Lake Champlain Maritime Museum, and the Lake Champlain Committee. 3:00 PM. Tickets are $25 for adults, $10 for students.
Monday, October 18
Johnson– Virtual Visiting Artist Talk with Jerilea Zempel a discussion of how her work carries specific political tones. This event is free and open to the public. 7 – 8PM. Registration is required. Register via the link provided on VSC’s online Events Calendar: https://vermontstudiocenter.org/calendar/2021/10/18/virtual-visiting-artist-talk-jerilea-zempel.
Friday, October 22
Northfield– Barry Bender Singer, songwriter, folk rock. At The American Legion Post 63. 7 p.m. No cover. Open to the public. Friday Night Grill open from 5 to 7 p.m.
Randolph– Live&Up! featuring Jennifer Grout who became internationally recognized throughout the Arab world for her participation on “Arab’s Got Talent,” will take Chandler Center for the Arts’ Main Stage at 7 p.m. Tickets are “pay what you can”. For more information, including ticket reservations, visit chandler-arts.org, email email@example.com, or call 802-728-9878.
Saturday, October 23
Barre– Classic Stones Live at the Barre Opera House. 7:30 PM. Tickets for the show are $25-38 and can be purchased online at barreoperahouse.org, by phone at 802-476-8188 or in-person at the box office.
Montpelier– Halfway There is a new musical by longtime Montpelier resident Jim Thompson. Join a cast of 17 on this exciting launch at the Taplin Auditorium, Christ Church, 64 Main Street. 2-5PM. For information and to register for auditions visit http://halfwaymusical.com/.
Waterbury– Fall Sale Crafters, vendors, food and miscellaneous sale to benefit Waterbury area senior citizens, 9AM – 3PM. At the Waterbury Senior Center, 14 Stowe Street. Admission is free.
Sunday, October 24
Craftsbury– Our Lady of Fatima Ham Dinner is back this year. This year’s dinner will be held from 12:00 – 1:30 p.m. at Our Lady of Fatima Church, 21 Creek Road. Menu: ham, mashed potatoes, beans, squash, cole slaw, pickled beets, rolls, dessert & beverage. The cost is by donation. Bernie Lussier & Friends are scheduled to provide live music. For more information, please contact Jeannine Young at firstname.lastname@example.org or 802-586-2899.
Tuesday, October 26
Montpelier– Halfway There is a new musical by longtime Montpelier resident Jim Thompson. Join a cast of 17 on this exciting launch at the Taplin Auditorium, Christ Church, 64 Main Street. 5-8PM. For information and to register for auditions visit http://halfwaymusical.com/.