SAHS annual meeting Thirteen 2018 Calendar Photographs

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SPRINGFIELD, Vt. – The Springfield Art and Historical Society will present “Thirteen 2018 Calendar Photographs and More” on Saturday, Oct. 21 at 2 p.m. at the SAHS facility on 65 Route 106. A brief annual meeting will precede the program. … Continued

The 34th annual Weston Craft Show

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WESTON, Vt. – The 34th annual Weston Craft Show was held at the Weston Playhouse from Oct. 6, 7, and 8. As usual, only the area’s best artisans displayed their wares. This show is one of the finest in New … Continued

The Mammals take Next Stage

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PUTNEY, Vt. – On Saturday, Oct. 28, Next Stage Arts welcomes back the beloved folk rock trailblazers from Woodstock, N.Y. The Mammals reemerged this year from a 10-year hibernation. Known for their jubilant, high-energy shows, the Mammals deftly move from older-than-dirt … Continued

Crafter space available for Alstead Holiday Bazaar

  ALSTEAD, N.H. – The Holiday Bazaar, on Nov. 11 held at Third Congregational Church on River St. in Alstead, has a few crafter spaces available for crafters, artisans, or other vendors who wish to set up. There are four, … Continued

WitchCraft festival is spooky, autumn fun at Killington Resort

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KILLINGTON, Vt. – Saturday was a perfectly warm, sunny at Killington Resort on Oct. 14 where foliage in the heart of the Green Mountains reached peak color. Killington was pulsing with rock and roll music provided by The Wheel, a … Continued

New England Poor Houses and Town Farms

SPRINGFILD, Vt. — Steve Taylor, will present the OLLI-Osher Lifelong Learning Institute program on Tuesday October 24, “New England Poor Houses and Town Farms.” It will be presented at 2 p.m. at the Nolin Murray Center next to St. Mary’s … Continued

Calling all local artists to Open Wall Show

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SPRINGFIELD, Vt. – Local artists are invited to show their work at Gallery at the VAULT in our Open Wall Show. This is a chance to display artwork in a non-juried show. There is no fee. It is great for … Continued

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