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August 20th, 2019

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Wednesday, August 21

barreElizabeth Renaud Acoustic live concert presented by Barre Partnership in Currier Park. 7PM. 

Senior Meal at the Barre Elks Lodge 5:30PM. a low priced meal that includes salad, entre, coffee and dessert.  It is open to the public and has been happening for over 60 years. 

GreensboroThe Kid Who Would be King mid-week movie. 7-9PM at the Highland Center for the Arts. $5 Tickets, Kids 12 and under are free.

MontpelierDog Day at the Pool 5-6:30 pm Montpelier Pool Elm Street. For social dogs who love playing in water and with other dogs. Admission is by donation to benefit Central Vermont Humane Society. Suggested donation $20 per family. More info at www.centralvermonthumane.org. Rain date Thursday August 22.

What Color is Your Medicine? with Regina Powers, RN, NP, Reiki Master 5:00-7:00pm. Regina brings in each of the 5 Elements separately, to use as tools to understand the emotional and physical imbalances in our bodies. To sign up for this free workshop, email your name and contact information to info@hungermountain.coop. All workshops are held in the Hunger Mountain Co-op community room unless otherwise noted.

Recovery Wellness Plans as a best practice tool, with Peter Espenshade, President of Recovery Vermont. At Recover Vermont 100 State St. Rm. 354, noon – 1PM. All are welcome, RSVP required: melissa@recoveryvermont.org.

RandolphKlezmer Ensemble, Big Galut(e) at the Chandler Music Hall, 71 Main Street. 7PM.

StoweMamma Mia! Presented by Stowe Theatre Guild. Opening night, directed by Owen Leavey at 7:30PM. Runs until 9/7. 

Thursday, August 22

BarreBusiness After Hours Reception at One Credit Union 5pm-7pm, 560 S. Barre Rd, South Barre. Join Chamber members, friends and community leaders as we mix and mingle. To register, call 229-5711 or email info@centralvt.com.

CabotCabot United Church BBQ Chicken, macaroni and cheese, salads, rolls, desserts and beverages. 5:30 – 7PM. Adults $10, Kids $5. Take out available at 5PM. 2 Cabot Plains Rd.

GreensboroJeanne & Jim & Eden Cider Garden Party 4-6PM at the Hardwick Street Cafe.

MontpelierFood Book Club with Robert Barossi of Hunger Mountain Co-op & Kellogg-Hubbard Library. 6:00 – 7:00pm. Space is limited and registration in advance is suggested. To sign up for this free workshop, email your name and contact information to info@hungermountain.coop. All workshops are held in the Hunger Mountain Co-op community room unless otherwise noted, with access to a freight elevator upon request.

Harmonized Cookery with Lisa Mase a hands-on cooking and tasting class using local seasonal produce. From 5:15 to 6:45 p.m. at the Garage Cultural Center, 58 State Street. Cost of $25 includes food and take-home recipe packets.

NorthfieldChef & Mixologist-on-Farm Weekend Chef Lee Duberman and Renaissance Mixologist Richard Fink create hyper-local dishes and drinks highlighting possibilities, honing our collective crafts and sparking our creativity of what we all can do with August’s abundance! Aug 22 – 25. Green Mtn. Girls Farm 923 Loop Rd.

WorcesterKind Dubs Bud of The Kind Buds, creates acoustic guitar overdubs. Worcester Community Market 6 – 8 PM. 66 Elmore Rd. Free.

Friday, August 23

berlinJacob Green Live in Concert at Fresh Tracks Farm Vineyard and Winery. 6PM. 

GloverBread and Puppet Presents: The Essential Furthermore. 7:30 p.m. in the Paper Maché Cathedral at Bread and Puppet Theater, 753 Heights Road Suggested donation $10-20. For information: www.breadandpuppet.org.

NorthfieldField to Table Dinner with Chef Lee Duberman at Green Mtn. Girls Farm 923 Loop Rd. 6 -9PM.

Saturday, August 24

barreMoose Jams live concert presented by Barre Partnership in Currier Park. 7PM. 

greensboroLe Vent du Nord comes to the Highland Center for the Arts from 7:30-9:30PM. $25m $10 for students. Award-winning band Le Vent du Nord brings an intense, joyful, and dynamic live performance to the Main Stage that expand the bounds of tradition in striking global directions.

MarshfieldHydrangeas Free discussion of Vermont Hardy Hydrangea, that will produce lots of blooms in cold climates, and their care. 2:00PM. At the Vermont Flower Farm US Route 2. 802-426-3506. Display gardens open for viewing.

montpelierCapital City Farmers Market 9AM-1PM every Saturday at 60 State St. Dozens of local vendors with delicious and wholesome wares. EBT, SNAP and Crop Cash accepted. 

RandolphAn Evening of Beethoven at the Chandler Music Hall, 71 Main Street. 7:30PM.

WoodburyOld Home Day We welcome everyone to come out and enjoy the activities, music and food provided by Woodbury’s proud residents.  Events include a 5k Run/Walk and 1 miler, Kids Parade, Fire Dept Open House, Historical Society display, Turtle/Amphibian walk, Basket making and flower crown demos and much more. Find us on Facebook at “Events in Woodbury, Vermont”. 9AM – 3PM

WorcesterAnnual Worcester Book Sale, at the Worcester Town Hall, 9am to 5 pm. Huge selection to choose from and all books 50 cents each. We will be accepting donations at the town hall Thurs. Aug 22nd and Friday Aug 23rd, from noon to 5pm. Books should be clean and in good condition, and no mildew. No encyclopedias, dictionaries or Reader’s Digest condensed books please. Text books and study guides accepted if they are less than 10 years old. All proceeds benefit the Worcester Community Lunch and Food Shelf. For more info call 223-4842.

Sunday, August 25

GloverBread and Puppet Presents: The Diagonal Life Circus & The Normality Rebellion Pageant. 3 p.m. Performances take place in and around the Circus Field at the Bread and Puppet Farm on Rt. 122. Suggested donation $10-20. For information: www.breadandpuppet.org.

lincolnOne River Music Festival Americana Duo Mayfly at One River Festival in Lincoln! 104 Lincoln Gap Rd. 10AM. Mayfly (Katie Trautz and Julia Wayne), an Americana/Old-time duo, is a Vermont based band that performs old-time New England and Appalachian music.

MarshfieldHydrangeas Free discussion of Vermont Hardy Hydrangea, that will produce lots of blooms in cold climates, and their care. 2:00PM. At the Vermont Flower Farm US Route 2. 802-426-3506. Display gardens open for viewing.

MiddlesexThe Big Takeover presented in collaboration by Camp Meade (961 Route 2, Middlesex, behind the Red Hen Cafe) and the Zenbarn. 4-9PM. With food vendors: Cafe Mamajuana, SYP Pierogies and Curly Girl Pops.

MontpelierKids Day at Hunger Mountain Co-op Rain or shine under the tent in the back parking lot. The fun will include 30-minute performances by Rockin’ Ron the Friendly Pirate happening every half-hour, a solar-powered bouncy house courtesy of SunCommon, and amazing face painting by Face Mania. Kellogg-Hubbard Library, Good Beginnings of Central VT, and the Co-op’s Green team will be hosting hands-on activities. Starting at 11 am, enjoy Kingdom Creamery of Vermont ice cream with the Montpelier Police Department. This event is free, and all are welcome! 10:00 am – 2:00 pm

NorthfieldField Tour & Farm Lunch with Chef Lee Duberman 11AM – 1PM. At Green Mtn. Girls Farm 923 Loop Rd.

Monday, August 26

BarreRevival: God Can! at the Church of God of Prophecy, 241 Quarry Hill. Featuring Evangelist Bro. Frank Menhart. Aug. 26th – 30th 7PM nightly.

Tuesday, August 27

MontpelierSharon Lamb: “The Not Good Enough Mother” Dr. Lamb will be joined by Linda Johnson of Prevent Child Abuse Vermont for a talk on the book, which deals with the opioid crisis and how it affects families and children. With Q&A, book signing, and refreshments. Free and open to the public. 7PM at Bear Pond Books, 77 Main St.

Wednesday, August 28

barreSherri’s Jubilee live concert presented by Barre Partnership in Currier Park. 7PM. 

BerlinCelebrate Your Farmer Social: Rogers Farmstead Join us for farm-fresh pizza 5:30-7:30PM. 934 Rowell Hill Rd. $10 suggested donation.

BrookfieldWomen Growing Up in Brookfield – local ladies share their tales. 7PM at Brookfield Old Town Hall.

GreensboroThe Lego Movie 2: The Second Part mid-week movie. 7-9PM at the Highland Center for the Arts. $5 Tickets, Kids 12 and under are free.

Thursday, August 29

Greensboro- New Suede Blues & Per’s Smoked of Vermont Garden Party 4-6PM at the Hardwick Street Cafe.

MontpelierLara Herscovitch Live in Concert in front of Montpelier City Hall at noon. 

MorrisvilleVolunteer Meeting at Central VT Adult Basic Education. Discover CVABE’s volunteer opportunities. New volunteers welcome. Current volunteers from all CVABE’s Learning Centers are welcome to share their experiences and inspire others. For more information and to RSVP, please contact Gale Rome at 802-476-4588, grome@cvabe.org. 12-1PM at the Morrisville Learning Center 52 Portland St., 2nd floor.

Friday, August 30

BrookfieldCommunity Tacos Night – a new summer picnic dinner event! 6PM at Brookfield Old Town Hall.

CalaisBella and the Notables (Jazz Standards) at the Whammy Bar 31 W County Rd. 7PM.

East MontpelierCabaret Steak BBQ Dinner with live music at the Twin Valley Senior Center. Seatings at 5 and 7PM. $20 per person. For tickets call 223-3322, stop in (4583 US-2), or email twinvalleyseniors@myfairpoint.net.

GreensboroPaul Asbell Blues Trio, Featuring Jerry Portnoy at the Highland Center for the Arts 2875 Hardwich St. 7:30 pm. Tickets are $25, Seniors $20, Students $10.

Saturday, August 31

BarreMagpie Join the Barre Historical Society for a musical celebration of Labor Day when Magpie returns to Barre’s historic Old Labor Hall, 46 Granite Street at 7 PM.

CalaisThe Revenants at the Whammy Bar 31 W County Rd. 7PM.

RandolphOur Lady of the Angels Indoor/ Outdoor Flea Market. 9AM-3PM. Rte. 66 & Hebard Hill Rd.  Lunchtime BBQ provided by Knights of Columbus!

Sunday, September 1

Brookfield – Chicken Pie Supper at 5:30 pm, at Vermont Grange Center, 308 West Street, with chicken pie, mashed potatoes, gravy, green beans, carrots, pickles, cranberry sauce, and apple crisp with ice cream for dessert.  Prices:  $12 Adults and $7 Children 10 years and under.  Discounts given for early reservations by August 26 – $10 Adults and $5 Children 10 years and under.  For reservations contact Ruth Hovey-Sicely at 223-7961.

GloverBread and Puppet Presents: The Essential Furthermore. 7:30 p.m. in the Paper Maché Cathedral at Bread and Puppet Theater, 753 Heights Road. 3PM. Suggested donation $10-20, no-one turned away for lack of funds. For more information, visit www.breadandpuppet.org.

NorthfieldBreakfast Buffet at the American Legion. 8-10AM. Open to the public, $9 Adults, $4 Kids under 10. Eggs & omelets, pancakes, French Toast, chipped beef on toast, corned beef hash, bacon, sausage, home fries, fruit, juice, coffee, tea & more! 

Randolph27th Annual New World Festival celebrates the Celtic and French Canadian musical traditions brought to northern New England by English, Scottish, Irish, and French-Canadian immigrants. Noon – 11PM. Adults – $39 advance, $44 after August 23 Students, age 13-18 – $12 Children, 12 & under – FREE!

Monday, September 2

Northfield63rd Annual Labor Day Chicken Barbeque at the American Legion. Starts after the parade. $10 includes half a chicken, 2 sides and a roll. Eat in or take out, tickets available in advance at 48 Depot Square.

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