Shelburne Vineyard hosts First Thursday performance

Shelburne Vineyard hosts First Thursday performance

Local singer/songwriter Aaron Flinn returns to Shelburne Vineyard for a First Thursday performance on June 4 at 6pm. Flinn began his musical career early, playing and writing while still a student at CVU and followed his muse at UVM and then at Berklee College of Music where he graduated Magna Cum Laude. Fast forward to […]

Shelburne musician participates in Valencia International Performance Academy

Shelburne musician participates in Valencia International Performance Academy

Adriel Miles of Shelburne, a recent music composition graduate from the School of Music at Ithaca College, will travel to Valencia, Spain, to participate in the Valencia International Performance Academy and Festival (VIPA). A summer program that takes place in the state-of-the-art facilities of the Conservatorio Superior de Musica “Joaquin Rodrigo” of Valencia, VIPA selects […]

Shelburne gallery hosts new exhibit

Shelburne gallery hosts new exhibit

Furchgott Sourdiffe Gallery will host “Words Unspoken,” an exhibit exploring mark-making as a form of language or pre-language. From invented calligraphy and pattern sequencing, to the use of traditional writing formats to display fabricated words, this exhibit suggests we take a more open, intuitive, and playful approach to what we call language. Participating artists include Sara Abalan, […]

“Someone You Love: The HPV Epidemic” makes Burlington premiere

“Someone You Love: The HPV Epidemic” makes Burlington premiere

Local cervical cancer survivor and women’s health activist Allison Hicks with filmmakers Frederic Lumiere and Mark Hefti recently announced the Burlington premiere of their film “Someone You Love: The HPV Epidemic.” A special free showing will be presented on Wednesday, June 3, from 5:30-8pm in Davis Auditorium at UVM Medical Center. The film will begin at 6pm. The […]

Jenny Land wins Reader’s Digest Poetry Contest

Jenny Land wins Reader’s Digest Poetry Contest

Former Shelburne resident Jenny Land was taken by surprise when she received a call from a Reader’s Digest representative back in March announcing her good fortune. Her poem, “After the Death of Their Child,” had been selected from over 4,800 entries as the grand prize winner for the 2015 Reader’s Digest Poetry Contest. “I was […]

Shelburne natives return for Comedy for a Cause, two evenings of improv to benefit Stern Center scholarships

Shelburne natives return for Comedy for a Cause, two evenings of improv to benefit Stern Center scholarships

The Stern Center for Language and Learning is presenting two nights of hilarious comedy improv with comedians, Steve Waltien, Ben Rameaka and Andrew Knox, all formerly of Shelburne, and Chicago-based comedian, Kate James. It will be a night full of laughs and fun to raise funds for the Stern Center’s scholarship program to help those […]

Vermont Cheesemakers Festival celebrates Yankee Magazine’s 80th anniversary July 19

Vermont Cheesemakers Festival celebrates Yankee Magazine’s 80th anniversary July 19

The Seventh Annual Vermont Cheesemakers Festival will celebrate the 80th anniversary of Yankee Magazine on Sunday, July 19 from 10am to 4pm at Shelburne Farms in Shelburne. The Festival is a celebration of Vermont cheesemakers, as well as local and regional food products. Tickets are available at www.vtcheesefest.com. Named a “Top Ten Summer Food Festival […]

Flying Pig welcomes comic book writer Jeremy Holt May 16

Flying Pig welcomes comic book writer Jeremy Holt May 16

Have you heard about “Southern Dog,” the critically acclaimed comic by Middlebury author Jeremy Holt? Locals are invited to take an opportunity to meet him in person at the Flying Pig Bookstore on Saturday, May 16 from 3-5pm in Shelburne. Holt has been featured on VPR and in several local newspapers with his internationally bestselling […]