Shelburne Craft School opens doors to creativity to everyone

Shelburne Craft School opens doors to creativity to everyone

By Sage Tucker-Ketcham, Shelburne Craft School Executive Director As we wind down our 70th year of providing opportunities to learn, teach and develop as artists and artisans at the Shelburne Craft School, I am reminded of our founder Lynwood Smith’s motto, “Opening the doors to creativity to everyone.” Rev. Smith had an innovative vision in […]

Deck the Halls with Shelburne Museum this year

Deck the Halls with Shelburne Museum this year

  The town of Shelburne has been getting into the holiday spirit, and that includes Shelburne Museum. Family Days: Deck the Halls kicked off on Thanksgiving weekend and will be filling the museum grounds with holiday cheer this weekend. The holiday-themed event, which is now in its third year, features a variety of family-friendly activities. […]

Hinesburg Artist Series Community Christmas Concert

Hinesburg Artist Series Community Christmas Concert

By Melinda Moulton I have had the most amazing couple of months singing with the South County Chorus under the leadership of Rufus Patrick. I cannot wait for our Community Christmas Concert. I hope you will come out and bring your family, friends and your children. We will be singing at the St. Jude Church […]

“Between, Georgia” By Joshilyn Jackson

“Between, Georgia” By Joshilyn Jackson

Book review by Gene Schinto In the smallest of towns in Georgia, the Crabtrees and the Fretts have been feuding for generations. It’s not the Hatfields and the McColys (less shooting), but arson and killer dogs are in the picture. Nonny Frett was born a Crabtree but raised by Stacia Frett whom she calls her […]

Three-book deal launches with new edition of The SheepOver, available in time for the holidays

Three-book deal launches with new edition of The SheepOver, available in time for the holidays

Successful self-published picture book The SheepOver by Vermont husband and wife farm owners John and Jennifer Churchman lands publishing home with Little, Brown Books for Young Readers. Megan Tingley, executive vice president and publisher of Little, Brown Books for Young Readers, announced the acquisition of The SheepOver, based on the true story of an orphan […]

Friday Knight Fever

By: Mackenzie Marcus, Ellie Ramirez-Richer, Makai Bertrand, Jacob Beauchamp and Nigel Wormser The Alpha play is almost here and we are taking a trip back to the 70s! With tacky fashion and out-of-this-world hair styles, Friday Knight Fever brings the audience back to the disco era. Come down to Shelburne Community School’s cafeteria on December […]

Deck the halls at Shelburne Museum

Deck the halls at Shelburne Museum

Celebrate the creative spirit of the holiday season. Ring in the holidays with a visit to the museum’s festively decorated trees and holiday villages. Participate in art activities, listen to live classical music while taking in some art, or take a horse and wagon ride to see the historic buildings and gorgeous grounds in a […]