At a May 12 meeting of the Middlebury Select Board, member Nick Artim reviewed the minutes from the April 28 Recreation Facility Construction Meeting and the May 5 Town Offices Construction meeting.
The Sheldon Museum in Middlebury presents the exhibit “Warren Kimble All-American Artist: An Eclectic Retrospective”, on view now through Oct. 18.
On Tuesday, June 2, 5-7 p.m., the Vermont Book Shop in downtown Middlebury will host Vicki Hoefle, professional parent educator and author. Hoefle will discuss her new book, “The Straight Talk on Parenting: A No-Nonsense Approach on How to Grow a Grown-Up”.
Rutland Youth Theatre will present Disney’s “Mulan, Jr., the Musical”, May 15-17, at the Paramount Theatre in downtown Rutland. The stage version is based on the 1998 Disney film “Mulan” and the story “Fa Mulan” by Robert D. San Souci.
More than a century after he first appeared on the big screen, Charlie Chaplin’s “Little Tramp” character remains an international symbol for hilarity recognized around the world.
The Middlebury Summer Festival on-the-Green celebrates its 37th season during the week of July 5-11 at the Middlebury Recreation Park.
Vermont artist Muffy Kashkin Grollier will teach a workshop in needlefelting at the Compass Music and Arts Center in Brandon, Sunday, May 17
The Middlebury College Choir will present its final concert Friday, May 22, at 8 p.m., in the Mahaney Arts Concert Hall, with the graduates of the Class of 2015.
Following the success of last year’s California Bookstore Day, bookstores across the nation are now preparing for IBD, a country-wide celebration of books and independent bookstores on May 2.
For those who have dreamed of romantic travel in the Far East and Africa, the name of author, poet Rudyard Kipling (1865-1936) conjures up the glory days of empire, adventurous thrills in exotic lands, and that rare gift of unparalleled storytelling.
Senior dance majors Stevie Durocher, Doug LeCours, Sarae Snyder, and Afi Yellow-Duke will present their thesis concert entitled “Threshold” on May 1 and 2 at 8 p.m. in the Mahaney Center for the Arts.
The next chapter in Rutland’s story of revitalization will include an independent downtown bookstore, as Phoenix Books has signed a five-year lease on a portion of the former Lake Sunapee Bank building, owned by MKF Properties.
The event includes a homemade shepherd’s pie supper at 5:30 p.m., with all funds to benefit the project.
For the first time since 1999, the sounds of brass instruments will ring out for Middlebury College’s Performing Arts Series, when the award-winning Axiom Brass Quintet performs at 8 p.m. on April 24 as the opening event for the fifth annual Middlebury Bach Festival.
Creative Habitat, an arts and crafts retailer located next to Price Chopper on Shelburne Road in South Burlington, is going out of business.