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 »

Luxton Jones Gallery hosts celebration and new exhibit Opening reception Saturday, Sept. 27

Luxton Jones Gallery hosts celebration and new exhibit  Opening reception Saturday, Sept. 27

Three years ago, the Luxton-Jones Gallery celebrated its 25th anniversary in Shelburne. This year gallery owner Marilène Luxton-Jones commemorates another important event in her life: 35 years in the art and framing industry. To celebrate, Luxton-Jones Gallery will host a celebration of the anniversary along with the opening of “Impressions of Lake Champlain and Beyond”… Read More »

Shelburne Farms hosts Champlain Mini Maker Faire Oct. 4-5: ChampBot Challenge featured

Shelburne Farms hosts Champlain Mini Maker Faire Oct. 4-5: ChampBot Challenge featured

The third-annual Champlain Mini Maker Faire is the perfect place for people of all ages to learn and explore.  This year’s event will feature over 90 Maker displays, presentations, workshops, and performances on October 4 and 5 at Shelburne Farms. One of the many exciting parts of the event is the ChampBot Challenge, in which… Read More »

Film screening raises money for Patriot Project

The documentary film, “Love Bomb,” a story of healing through love and service, will premiere Tuesday, Oct. 7 at 7pm at Merrill Roxy Cinema in Burlington. The screening is a fundraiser for the Patriot Project, a grass roots movement that helps veterans with service related disabilities understand their coverage options for chiropractic treatment through the… Read More »

New exhibit at Helen Day Art Center

New exhibit at Helen Day Art Center

Artists have been at the forefront of revolutions for centuries, producing work that has an immediate political impact or is fueling unrest. A new exhibit opening at the Helen Day Art Center in Stowe, entitled Unrest: Art, Activism & Revolution, highlights that work. The opening is on Friday, September 19 from 6-8pm. The exhibition stemmed… Read More »

Theatre Kavanah hosts “Adventures in Mime and Space: The Legacy of Marcel Marceau”; An illustrated lecture with Circus Smirkus founder Rob Mermin

Theatre Kavanah hosts “Adventures in Mime and Space: The Legacy of Marcel Marceau”; An illustrated lecture with Circus Smirkus founder Rob Mermin

Theatre Kavanah, dedicated to staging the Jewish experience, along with co-sponsors Temple Sinai and Ohavi Zedek will host a one-night-only performance of “Adventures in Mime and Space with Rob Mermin” on Sunday, Sept. 28 at 7pm at North End Studios in Burlington. Mermin, the founder of Circus Smirkus, will present his memories of training with… Read More »

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