Art and history of handwoven textiles

Art and history of handwoven textiles

Frog Hollow Gallery presents a group exhibit featuring historically accurate works and contemporary pieces by members of the Marshfield School of Weaving called The Art and History of Handwoven Textiles. An opening reception and talk at the Burlington gallery from 6:30pm to 8pm is slated for Thursday, Jan. 21. An antique barn loom exhibit will […]

Circus Smirkus receives national Community Impact Award

Circus Smirkus, Vermont’s own award-winning international youth circus, was recognized earlier this week with the second annual Community Impact Award at the Celebration of American Circus at Lincoln Center, New York. Presented by Circus Now and the Big Apple Circus, The Celebration of American Circus honored four artists and organizations that have “revolutionized the circus […]

Eat and move in the right direction

Eat and move in the right direction

By Marcia Bristow Photo by Craig Thomas Are nutrition and health related? In other words, is healthy eating important? Of course! Like finely tuned machines, our bodies need the right fuel (food) and regular maintenance (movement, lifestyle and mental attitude) to maximize health and achieve their full potential. Each of your food and exercise choices […]

Local nutrition and fitness counseling practice welcomes new addition

Local nutrition and fitness counseling practice welcomes new addition

Marcia Bristow, certified specialist in sports dietetics and owner of Fueling Fitness of Shelburne, has been helping people achieve their personal weight, health and performance goals since 2010. This year Fueling Fitness will expand its reach as Bristow welcomes Maddie Kinzly to the practice. Kinzly is a 2013 graduate of the University of Vermont dietetics […]

Local author traces the life of a Vermont Civil War veteran

The Chittenden County Historical Society has published Richard Allen’s latest book, Ambition and Grit: The Life of Truman Naramore, Civil War Veteran and Entrepreneur. Truman Naramore joined the Vermont Cavalry, fought in the Civil War, survived the Confederacy’s notorious Andersonville Prison, and came home to Vermont to raise a family, to farm, invent farm implements, […]

Young Tradition touring group to perform

Young Tradition touring group to perform

Young Tradition Vermont will present a concert by the Young Tradition Touring Group at 7pm at Lake Champlain Waldorf High School in Shelburne on Dec. 28. Doors open at 6:30pm for general admission seating. The 2015/2016 Young Tradition Touring Group includes 20 auditioned members ranging in age from 12 to 20. Though most are from […]

Vermont Stage welcomes new members to the team

Vermont Stage welcomes new members to the team

Vermont Stage is pleased to announce the arrival of two new members to their staff, Aly Perry, education manager and Emily Ferro, marketing and sales manager. Perry has cultivated her skills as an educator and performer since graduating NYU Tisch School of the Arts. She has worked as an independent educator in NYC through Arts […]

Fifth annual All Shook Up Variety Show

Fifth annual All Shook Up Variety Show

The fifth annual All Shook Up Variety Show will be held from 7pm to 9:30pm at FlynnSpace in Burlington on Jan 15. The cost is $30 per person / $10 with a student ID. There will be free refreshments during intermission. This family-friendly evening will raise funds for scholarships to send children with special needs […]

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