It has been 20 years since the Hinesburg Artist Series was established, and this year they will be celebrating in the best way they know how: with music. On Sunday, March 19 at 4pm, the organization will be hosting Magnificat, a 20th anniversary concert featuring the South County Chorus and the Hinesburg Artist Series Orchestra,… Read More »
The Lyric Theatre Company’s presents “9 to 5 The Musical” for five performances, from April 6 through April 9. When asked, “Why do this show now?” the team says that it’s a perfect pairing with the recent production of The Who’s “Tommy”, which had a successful run at the Flynn in November. Both shows share… Read More »
“Resilience” is an award-winning documentary that delves into the science of adverse childhood experiences and a new movement to treat and prevent toxic stress. The movie will be shown on Sunday, March 12 at 3pm at the Charlotte Senior Center. Adverse childhood experiences have been noted as a silent epidemic that no one is talking… Read More »
Are you a Bob Dylan fan? Have you always wanted to read the words from his songs out loud? Shelburne Museum is hosting a program called Words and Voices: Bob Dylan Lyrics as Poetry on March 24 from 7 to 8pm. Over the last five decades, the poeticism of Bob Dylan’s profound, honest, and fiery… Read More »
There is a new opportunity coming to Shelburne for those who have a dance in their step. The Fiadhnait Moser School of Dance is starting March 6 at the Shelburne Community School for adults and children ages three-and-a-half and up. The new dance school will give those who dream of dancing a chance to do… Read More »
Shelburne Vineyard will hang a new exhibit entitled “Freedom Speak” by Shelburne artist Kate Longmaid, running March 1 through May 31. A resident of Shelburne since 1994, Longmaid has an impressive resume of artistic accomplishments and holds a doctorate in clinical psychology. Longmaid’s work in psychology is focused on helping individuals “realize their creative potential… Read More »
Adam Cunningham, left, David Belvedere, and Billy Weaver rehearse lines for “Black Comedy” by Peter Shaffer, one of two one-act farces Shelburne Players will present at Shelburne Town Center along with “The Real Inspector Hound” by Tom Stoppard. Ten cast members began rehearsals last week in preparation for the April 14-22 run that includes a… Read More »
The Flying Pig Bookstore will celebrate the launch of a new book by author and artist Jason Chin. Chin will be reading from “Grand Canyon” and signing copies of the book at the Flying Pig on Saturday, Feb. 25 at 11am. Chin, a Vermont resident, creates stunning nonfiction books about environmental and scientific topics—but with… Read More »
Jasmin Townsend-Ng, a local youth violinist from Charlotte, joined Poet Laureate Rick Bessette at the Love Your Library event last week at the Pierson Library. Townsend-Ng performed one of her own compositions and classical music, including Vivaldi. Photo by Boston Neary.
Contemporary fine artist Mark Boedges of Shelburne recently finished his first painting of Shelburne, titled “Shelburne Vermont”. His plan is to do a number of paintings of town. The piece is 14”x24” and sells for $2100. For more information on Boedges and his work, visit www.markboedges.com.