Calendar

All calendar submissions should be sent to editor@vt-world.com 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. Please double check before going to an event listed below to make sure the event is still happening. We do our best to keep these listings up to date but we may not have gotten a notice of changes/cancellations before going to print. 

Wednesday April 24

Barre Barre Farmer’s Market Winter Market At the Old Labor Hall, 46 Granite St. 3:30-6:30PM. On the last Wednesday of each month.

Earth Circle Celebration to mark the height of spring. These informal services use music and poetry to honor changes in the seasons and in our lives. People of all faiths who gather in respect are welcome to this free event. At the Barre UU Church, 19 Church St.

WilliamstownLaugh Local VT Open Mic Comedy Night Williamstown’s new monthly Comedy Open Mic. Please support local comedy by performing or watching those that do. This event is open to the public. Signup is at 7:00PM, show @ 7:30-9:00PM. At The Den, 110 Business Center Road.

Thursday, April 25

BerlinLearn Dances for All Species Day 12-1PM at the Capital City Grange. Dance in the Parade and/or on the Statehouse steps. Rehearsal also on May 4, 1-3PM. All Species Day is May 5th. Info: allisonjoymann@comcast.net  and https://alltogethernowvt.org/all_species_day.

Saturday, April 27

BarreWorld Tai Chi & Qigong Day Gathering, 9:30AM, Christ Episcopal Church, 64 State St. Be part of a Worldwide gathering to bring people together across racial, religious and geopolitical borders in a celebration of personal and global health and healing. Live music and refreshments. Sponsored by Central Vermont Council on Aging, AmeriCorps Seniors and Tai Chi Vermont.

East MontpelierPuppet Making and Puppet Repair Workshop in Preparation for All Species Day. Make your own mask or repair some of our large puppets. AllTogetherNow Community Arts Center at 170 Cherry Tree Hill Rd. ($10-25 donation welcome for those who make a mask, to cover materials cost.) 10AM – 3PM

Montpelier2024 Muddy Onion Spring Gravel Grinder Come out of your winter hibernation for a fully supported gravel grinder covering (almost) all the amazing dirt roads in Central Vermont. This year we have updated our three loops; The Hibernator 20-mile loop for those who are just getting their bike legs under them, our Classic 40-mile loop and an even longer loop, Triple Bliss 58-mile loop. Onion River Outdoors, 89 Main Street, www.onionriver.com/pages/muddy-onion, 802-225-6736.

PlainfieldDo Over: A Live Storytelling Event hosted by Mosaic Vermont. 5:30PM at the Plainfield Opera House, 18 High St. $5-20 sliding scale.

St. Johnsbury Leave It On the Mat Prospector Youth Wrestling Benefit. At St. Johnsbury School gym. 5:30PM. Adults $15, kids $10, under 5 free.

Woodstock6th Equine Industry Summit at the Green Mountain Horse Association. For more information and to register for the summit visit https://vthorsecouncil.org/summit/.

Monday, April 29

BarreLearn to Shoot Skeet 4 to 8PM. Free clay targets and shells. If you don’t have a shotgun we will have that too. New shooters only. Come to Barre Fish and Game Club, Averill and Gun Club Rd.

Thursday, May 2

CabotThe Cabot Folk Club Presents Brett Hughes At the Willey Building Auditorium, 3084 Main St. Tickets: $12 advance / $15 at the door. Doors open at 6:30PM – Music starts at 7:00PM. For advance tickets, visit: http://www.cabotarts.org. For info call 802-793-3016 or email: director@cabotarts.org.

Friday, May 3

NorthfieldGranite City Boys 6 – 9PM, at The American Legion Post 63. No cover charge. Open to the public.

LyndonGregg Fest featuring New England favorites Co-Pilot. Vendors, food trucks, free ice cream (while supplies last) and a cash beer garden round out this year’s event. Tickets are $8 for one day, or $10 for a weekend pass through the Catamount Arts Regional Box office:  https://www.catamountarts.org/regional-box-office/?genre=all&presenter=vermont-state-university. 5:30PM. This family-friendly, rain or shine event will be held at VTSU Lyndon’s Stonehenge parking lot.

Saturday, May 4

BrookfieldPancake Breakfast 7 – 11AM at the First Congregational Church, Ridge Rd. and RT 65. Plain, chocolate chip or blueberry pancakes, bacon, home fries, coffee and tea. Adults $10, kids $7. A bake sale will be available.

LyndonGregg Fest featuring Coral Moons. Vendors, food trucks, and a cash beer garden round out this year’s event. Tickets are $8 for one day, or $10 for a weekend pass through the Catamount Arts Regional Box office:  https://www.catamountarts.org/regional-box-office/?genre=all&presenter=vermont-state-university. 3:30PM. This family-friendly, rain or shine event will be held at VTSU Lyndon’s Stonehenge parking lot.

Sunday, May 5

MontpelierAll Species Day (https://alltogethernowvt.org/all_species_day). All ages are invited to come dressed as your favorite species and celebrate our interdependence with all of life! Free! Volunteers and puppeteers needed. Contact janice@alltogethernowvt.org. 12PM Hubbard Park – Calling All Species, arrival of the Stag King, and line-up for Parade 1:15PM- Parade – From H.Park to Main St. and State St. 2:30PM Birth Of Spring Pageant at Statehouse.

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

 

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