Locals take stage in “Wait until Dark” Shelburne Players fall production

Locals take stage in “Wait until Dark” Shelburne Players fall production

Shelburne residents (from left) Adam Huff, Dan Cimaglio, Amy Riley, G. Richard Ames, and Briege Riley rehearse their lines in the Shelburne Players fall production “Wait Until Dark.” The Frederick Knott thriller about a blind woman’s encounter with drug smugglers who’ve invaded her home will be presented at Shelburne Town Center on Nov. 14, 15, 16, 20, 21… Read More »

Shelburne women add to tradition of quilting at annual exhibit: Vermont Quilt Show returns Oct. 18-19

Shelburne women add to tradition of quilting at annual exhibit:  Vermont Quilt Show returns Oct. 18-19

Three local quilters, Joanne (“Jo”) Guillemette, Hope Johnson, and Ruth Whitaker will show their quilts at the 32nd Annual Champlain Valley Quilters Guild Vermont Quilt Show at the Champlain Valley Exposition in Essex Junction, Oct. 18-19. All three participants are active members of the guild and each have a unique approach and experience to quilt… Read More »

Rising Vermont opera stars return for gala concert: Oct. 19 Performance features Shelburne native

Rising Vermont opera stars return for gala concert: Oct. 19 Performance features Shelburne native

Vermont natives Christopher Colmenero, tenor, and Geoffrey Penar, baritone, will appear in concert on Sunday, Oct. 19 at 4pm at the College Street Congregational Church in Burlington as part of The Singer’s Art Concert Series, presented by Bill Reed Voice Studio. The recital will include art songs, arias and duets by Mozart, Schumann, Brahms, Ravel,… Read More »

Rustic Roots exhibits wood artist

Rustic Roots exhibits wood artist

John W. Long, a well-known Vermont woodworking artist, has been chosen to exhibit his work at Rustic Roots for the months of September, October, and November. Long’s work uses weathered wood from early American barns, many of which are over 100 years old. Using the natural color and texture of the aged wood, he creates… Read More »

Writers’ Barn offers new writing workshops

The literary mavens at the Writers’ Barn in Shelburne are offering three new workshops for adults this fall. Whether your interest is in playwriting, children’s books, or developing methods to cope with stress, they’ve got a class for you. Check out the offerings and sign up before space runs out! Playwriting for adults In this… Read More »

Good Times Café hosts Michael Johnathon concert Oct. 4

Good Times Café hosts Michael Johnathon concert Oct. 4

The Good Times Café in Hinesburg welcomes Kentucky-based folksinger and songwriter Michael Johnathon for a concert introducing his new CD “Looking Glass” on Saturday, Oct. 4 at 8:30pm. Special guest Rik Palieri, will perform an opening set of songs and stories. A plethora of credits to his name, Johnathon is a folk-singer, songwriter, concert performer, and author… Read More »

Shelburne photographer exhibits stunning photos of Italy

Shelburne photographer exhibits stunning photos of Italy

Anzi Jacobs of Shelburne will display her photographs at the Fletcher Free Library in Burlington in an exhibit entitled “Chasing Italy’s Beauty: A Photographic Portrait.” There will be an opening reception on Wednesday, Oct. 1 from 5-7:30pm. The exhibit will be available for viewing until Oct. 30 during library hours. Previously, Jacobs has worked primarily… Read More »

Cassatt pastels acquisition explained

About two years ago, Shelburne Craft School volunteer and art teacher Barbara Nedd, who had been researching dusty old pastel boxes that have been at the Craft School for years, exclaimed “Look at this!” She held up Nancy Hale’s book “Mary Cassatt,” which outlined that in 1920 Mary Cassatt had presumably given some pastels to… Read More »

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