Sculpture and photography in Rochester; student work in Brandon

BigTown Gallery on Main Street in Rochester, introduces the work of Joel Taplin and McKenzie Taplin, with an exhibit from Feb. 10-Feb. 18.

Krampusnacht presents stories of light and dark

Bald Mountain Theater will once again present “Krampusnacht” for the Winter Solstice at the outdoor amphitheater in Rochester on Friday, Dec. 8 and Saturday, Dec. 9, at 7:30 p.m.

Krampusnacht calls for submissions

Bald Mountain Theater is calling for submissions and artists for the annual “Krampusnacht” show, a celebration of both the light and the dark sides of the Yuletide season.

Rochester gallery opens exhibit of Vermont photography past & present

“No Place Like Here: Photographs of Vermont past and present” will open with a reception and artist talk with Peter Moriarty on Saturday, Aug. 26, from 3-5 p.m. Pizza in the garden to follow — BYOB.

Four stories + eight actors + one musician + no rules = theatrical magic

The annual family-friendly summer favorite “There Once Was …” returns to Bald Mountain Theater on July 28-30 at Spice Studio in Rochester.

Info session set for Telephone Gap projects

The U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service invites comments for the proposed Telephone Gap Integrated Resource Project located on the Rochester and Middlebury Ranger Districts of the Green Mountain National Forest.

Green Ridge Forest conserved

One of Vermont’s largest connected and privately-owned forests outside of the Northeast Kingdom — partially in Addison County — has been protected.

Rochester man runs for local state Senate seat

Mason Wade, who is running this November as an independent, joins a field that includes Bray, Hardy, Cornwall Republican Robert Burton and Bristol Republican Lloyd Dike. 

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.

‘Full Frontal Fairytales’ on stage in Rochester

This one-night storytelling event features new, original fairytales by our artistic community’s best writers that run the gambit from zany to heart-wrenching to profound and back again.

Granville, Hancock firefighters battle Rochester fire

Firefighters from Granville and Hancock were called to fight a major blaze that claimed a Rochester home just before New Year’s.

RASTA changes its name, launches Velomont Trail

ROCHESTER­­––The trail network organization that has been called RASTA since its founding in 2013 is changing its name to The Ridgeline Outdoor Collective (ROC), or Ridgeline, for short. The organization has been instrumental in developing mountain biking … (read more)

Chamber music to play in Rochester

The Rochester Chamber Music Society presents “Angels, Devils and Visionaries,” a baroque concert celebrating the music of the French Court of Louis XV on Sunday, July 11, at 4 p.m., in the Rochester Federated Church.Joining RCMS is renowned viola da gamba … (read more)

Free chamber music concert in Rochester

The Rochester Chamber Music Society opens their 27th season with an evening concert on Thursday, July 1, at 7:30 p.m., presenting the Heliand Consort. The concert is free and will be held at the Rochester Federated Church.The Vermont-based chamber music e … (read more)

‘Full Frontal Fairy Tales’ plays at Bald Mountain Theater

Bald Mountain Theater, in Rochester, presents a streamed performance, Saturday, March 20, at 7:30 p.m., of new stories created by our ensemble and special guests. Just the kind of stories you would expect from Bald Mountain: irreverent, intense and fun. T … (read more)