MANCHESTER >> So many books, so little time. It's been the lament of every book lover probably since the invention of the printing press, and it's only getting worse. Fortunately, there are ways to separate the wheat from the chaff.   Full Story
DORSET >> Manchester-based environmental photographer and retired biology professor Mathew Lerman will be exhibiting some of his images at JK Adams from May 3 to June 30. Lerman's exhibition , NO MORE WINTER, will be featuring many of his   Full Story
MANCHESTER >> Mystery author Amy Patricia Meade of Manchester Center is celebrating a career milestone this month: a decade in the writing industry and the launch of her tenth published novel, "Short-Circuited in Chittenden County," later this   Full Story
MANCHESTER >> The windows of the YA Loft were ablaze with color during the Manchester Community Library's recent Post It Note Art Show. Judges had a difficult time picking winners from among 110 imaginative and creative entries.   Full Story
RUTLAND >> Risk, creativity and uncertainty. Do they go hand-in-hand? Can you have one without the other? Those who may have pondered the nature of creativity and risk, and their relationship, may find an appearance by Jad Abumrad, one of the   Full Story
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MANCHESTER — Sometimes you have to go to the mountain for the art. Sometimes the mountain comes closer to you. That's the theory behind a new gallery and work space that opened a few months ago in the part of Manchester normally the province   Full Story
Chorale Concludes Anniversary Season HOOSICK FALLS, N.Y. >>The Battenkill Chorale, with Janet McGhee as artistic director, brings its twentieth anniversary season to a rousing conclusion with "Greatest Hits - 20 Years of Celebrating Song", on   Full Story
MANCHESTER >> Author Helen MacDonald will present her memoir H is for Hawk, one of the most celebrated books of the year. The discussion will take place at the Northshire Bookstore, Friday, April 10, starting at 7 p.   Full Story
NORTH BENNINGTON >> Friday, April 10, the Vermont Arts Exchange will host the Alex Torres Quartet and on Saturday, April 11, the spotlight will be on for the Prescription and the Last Chance Dance Party before VAE moves to its new location in   Full Story
DORSET >> The Dorset Players' Twelfth Annual One-Act Play Festival will held on Friday, April 10 and Saturday, April 11 at 7:30 p.m. and also on Sunday, April 12 at 2 p.m. General admission tickets are $10 and are available at the door or by   Full Story
The Ballet Center at Manchester would like to announce that this will be the 22nd summer to offer Dance Camps under the direction of Marilyn Cavallari. This year the younger students will have a different theme each week and we will make crowns,   Full Story
Q & A with Nancy Howe MANCHESTER >> Would you like to ask known artist Nancy Howe questions about specific paintings on display or any questions pertaining to her career? Here is your opportunity.   Full Story
MANCHESTER >> Musicians from the Manchester Music Festival will spend a week in April visiting local schools, collaborating with young student composers and presenting a free concert at the Manchester Community Library.   Full Story
MANCHESTER >> The Southern Vermont Arts Center (SVAC) has announced a call for artists for its annual spring juried exhibition. This year the theme honors an important milestone for the organization — 65 years since they first purchased   Full Story
MMF Uncorked! The winter on the East Coast has been long, cold and VERY snowy. By the time March and April come around in Vermont, many people are eagerly awaiting signs of spring while looking forward to summer.   Full Story