A gothic-style ghost story casts ‘A Shadow on the Wall’

Some eerie sounds will float through the halls of the Patricia Hannaford Career Center next week, well after the final class bell has toned.

Mike + Ruthy perform for Ripton Community Coffee House in Lincoln

The Ripton Community Coffee House at Burnham Hall in Lincoln presents dynamic folk duo Mike + Ruthy on Saturday, Feb. 11, at 7:30 p.m.

Evening of art, discussion and live music with Katie Runde

Runde will speak about the collection of her paintings and entertain viewers with a performance by her funk group, Rundefunk. 

Poet’s corner: The fields of Ripton

A Poet, In a Field Near Robert Frost’s Cabin, Lifts Enormous Boulders with his Mind

NODA calls to artists under 18: Submit to ‘How You See It’

Northern Daughters is accepting submissions for an exhibit of artwork from artists under the age of 18 to raise funds for the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Vergennes.

The Outside Story: Oh deer! How deer contribute to the spread of invasives

A winter walk in the forest reveals a flurry of wildlife activity that often goes unnoticed during other times of the year.

Virtual talk explores what non-human elements shape our communities

On Wednesday, Feb. 8, at 7 p.m., the Henry Sheldon Museum’s Stewart-Swift Research Center presents a free live webinar, “Artists in the Archives: Beyond Humans.” 

For pastel painter, home is where the art is

Judy Albright not only reflects these values in her art, but also by using her work to benefit Habitat for Humanity of Addison County, which partners with families, volunteers and donors to build highly efficient and sustainable homes for people in the co … (read more)

Weybridge photojournalist shows Vermonters working in the woods

Vermont Folklife, in partnership with Weybridge photojournalist George Bellerose, is proud to announce the publication of Portrait of a Forest: Men and Machine, a 304-page book that examines the historic and contemporary role of the forest in shaping the … (read more)

MNFF presents drama ‘TED K’ at THT on Feb. 5

Theodore John Kaczynski lived a life of almost complete seclusion in a simple wooden cabin in the mountains of Montana.

Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center performs live in Midd

Four extraordinary artists of the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center will perform a live concert of Magical Schubert at the Mahaney Arts Center at Middlebury College on Friday, Jan. 27.

Pets of the week: Pepe & Scooter

Pepe and Scooter, of Middlebury, are the pets of Tom Klemmer and Beth Stanway.

‘Magenta’: New exhibit opening at Sparrow Art Supply

Showcasing works by over 50 audacious artists, Magenta celebrates this vibrant hue across monotone pieces, and it appears as a pop of color to bring focus in others.

Ask a Master Gardener: How to create a garden in a terrarium

Terrariums are miniature gardens in lidded, clear-glass containers. Their closed environment requires little care and only occasional maintenance.

Skiers take on challenge for Alzheimer’s benefit

Early on in the event’s history, Bruce Beeken’s mother developed Alzheimer’s Disease and the Camel’s Hump Challenge focused its efforts on raising funds and awareness for Alzheimer’s Disease and related dementia.