Celebrate our migrant neighbors at a new fall festival in New Haven

Have fun in the fall and get to know more about migrant farmworkers in Addison County at this Oct. 1 festival.

Recreating Star Wars, one scene at a time

This past summer, more than 45 teams “donned Jedi robes, built protocol droids, and learned lightsaber skills,” as the Media Factory put it, to create the final product, which will premiere at a series of outdoor screenings around the state next week.

Nights of Grief & Mystery plays in Vergennes

A team of Vermont volunteers is hosting a Nights of Grief and Mystery event at the Vergennes Opera House on Oct. 3. This is a rare opportunity to hear the work of Stephen Jenkinson and Greg Hoskins, who are touring North America with a full band. 

Burlington Taiko celebrates MAC’s 30th anniversary season

A weeklong residency will include workshops for Middlebury College students and faculty/staff; area schoolchildren from Middlebury Union High School, Mary Hogan Elementary School, and Aurora Preschool; and community members.

Flat picking double act comes to Burnham Hall next Saturday

Eli West and Joe K. Walsh, two of the finest acoustic musicians of their generation, will share the stage for The Ripton Community Coffee House performance at Burnham Hall in Lincoln on Saturday, Oct. 1.

Guitarist Richard Smith performs at CVU theater

The story of 11-year old Richard Smith joining Chet Atkins on stage is legend.

Ask a Master Gardener: Take cuttings now for new plants next spring

Summer ends and all those lovely annuals we’ve grown so fond of will soon come to an end, too. But it doesn’t have to be.

Enjoy an evening of poetry with the Jacksons

The Rochester Public Library will host an evening of poetry with two special guests, Major Jackson and Didi Jackson, on Saturday, Oct. 1, at 6 p.m.

A new exhibit opens at Sparrow Art Supply

Get ready for a tiny exhibition, literally.

Marrowbone is back to rejuvenate another fall

Marrowbone, an outdoor theater experience in the woods and fields of Lincoln, is back this year and will take place on Saturday, Oct. 1, and Sunday, Oct. 2, beginning at noon each day.

Rally for reproductive rights with Ripton’s Sarah King

Step out and rally for reproductive rights at a benefit concert on Friday, Sept. 23, at Higher Ground in South Burlington.

Ask a Master Gardener: How to tend an ecologically sensitive garden

It’s a good time to step back and think about the bigger picture. A question to consider is why do we clear out our gardens before the winter? What’s the purpose?

Vergennes Opera House plans a robust season

The all-volunteer Friends of the Vergennes Opera House has announced a full slate of shows for their 2022-2023 season.

Abenaki art exhibit flows through the Maritime Museum

LCMM has had a special exhibit on view in the Schoolhouse Gallery, which features work by Abenaki artists together with photographs and commentaries that illustrate the dynamic relationship between the people and water in the Abenaki homeland, past and pr … (read more)

Jay Lagemann exhibits his sculptures at Sunrise Orchards

Celebrate the changing seasons, Vermont’s harvest and the work of Edgewater artist Jay Lagemann in a collaboration with Sunrise Orchards in Cornwall on Friday, Sept. 16.