Following Fran: What makes the life of an artist?

Fran Bull’s life as an artist has crossed time and space, grown and expanded to encompass various styles and various people, including one very special one.

Author talks alternative medicine

Ilsley Public Library will continue its Vermont Authors series on Tuesday, April 4, with author Matthew Hongoltz-Hetling’s launch of his new book, “If It Sounds Like a Quack…: A Journey to the Fringes of American Medicine.”

Can you walk 30 miles in 30 days?

‏Come Alive Outside invites Vermonters to join their Mile-A-Day walking challenge during April and May this year.

Middlebury College Theater presents eco-drama ‘Somewhere’ April 6-8

This moving eco-drama reveals the power of community and kinship, including that of our non-human environment, to thrive amid climate crises.

Free screening of documentary ‘Yemanja’ to benefit Brazilian community

The film has won six best documentary awards and will be shown in conjunction with the “Earth Materials” exhibit by the New Perennials Project of Middlebury College currently in the Jackson Gallery.

Brass quartet & Grammy-nominated singer create one-of-a-kind concert in Midd

Two genre-defying musical powerhouses — the innovative brass quartet The Westerlies and Grammy-nominated singer/composer Theo Bleckmann — will join forces for an extraordinary concert at the Mahaney Arts Center’s Robison Hall on Friday, April 7.

Ask a master gardener: How to share the magic of gardening

Spring is in the air, and what better way to celebrate a return to gardening than to share its magic with children? It’s not too early to start planning now.

Town Hall Theater is fabulous, fun and flourishing at 15!

Fifteen years ago, Middlebury’s Town Hall Theater re-opened after a long community effort to restore the historic landmark. Since then, it has been a Vermont success story, hosting 2,500 events and attracting half a million guests.

New group exhibit explores ‘Perennial Perspectives’ at Jackson Gallery

‏Jackson Gallery on the garden level of the Town Hall Theater in Middlebury, will open a new group exhibit on Monday, March 27.

‘A Celebration of Trees’ opens March 24

In collaboration with the Middlebury Tree Committee, “A Celebration of Trees” is the new exhibit on view beginning tomorrow, March 24, at Sparrow Art Supply in Middlebury, next to the waterfall and down the stairs.

Evening of poetry and prose in Middlebury

NER Out Loud returns to the Mahaney Arts Center on Thursday, March 30, at 7:30 p.m., for the first full performance since November 2019.

‘A Night at the Movies’ returns to the MAC Mar. 31

The event, which premiered at the Middlebury New Filmmakers Festival last August, will feature a live, 22-piece VSO chamber ensemble accompanying seven documentary and animation films with Vermont ties.

Ask a master gardener: How to survive cabin fever

It’s that time of year when, sure, it’s technically spring, but we all know there’s still plenty of cold and wet weather yet to come.

Pet of the week: Shadow

Shadow is a 4-year-old calico. She loves to show off her sleeping skills.

Real estate advice: Chris Von Trapp

‏The Addison County real estate market experienced a strong surge in 2022, with rising purchase prices, multiple offers, shorter market times and cash offers.