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Brattleboro Events Calendar

Welcome to the BrattBeat Calendar!  Here you'll find all the events listed on our calendar.

Socks in the Frying Pan and Zoe Darrow

Next Stage Arts Project and Twilight Music present an evening of traditional Celtic and folk music from Ireland and New England by County Clare-based trio Socks in the Frying Pan and fiddler/singer Zoe Darrow at Next Stage on Sunday, March 24 at 7:30 pm. Socks in the Frying Pan is a multi-award winning trio from…

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Rafiki // Cafe Abundance – at Women’s Film Festival

Bursting with the colorful street style & music of Nairobi’s vibrant youth culture, RAFIKI is a tender love story between two young women in a country that criminalizes homosexuality. Kena and Ziki have long been told that “good Kenyan girls become good Kenyan wives” – but they yearn for something more. Despite the political rivalry…

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The 28th Annual Women’s Film Festival!

The 28th annual Women’s Film Festival is a celebration of movies from around the world, and a platform for women to tell their own amazing stories. WHEN: Friday, March 22nd – Saturday, March 30th WHERE: New England Youth Theatre, 100 Flat Street, Brattleboro, VT Over the course of two weekends, 35 documentaries, feature films and…

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College Spring Break #2

Round up your friends and join us at Mount Snow for college spring break specials! Lift tickets will be just $33 if you present your college ID at the ticket window.

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Quitters Win: tobacco cessation group

If you want to enjoy the health, social and economic benefits of being tobacco-free, get the help you need. The group, led by Community Health Team Member Bill Monahan, RN, will provide tips, tools, and motivational counseling to improve chances of success. The group will meet in the Grace Cottage Community Wellness Center, Heins Home,…

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Brattleboro Mother Up! Monthly Meet-Up

Join us in building solidarity amongst parents by taking action to protect the health and safety of our collective future. Jessica Dolan, a Brattleboro MU! parent and Scholar of Environmental Anthropology, Ethnobotany, and Indigenous Studies will be presenting, "The Restorative Ecology of Peace: Haudenosaunee values for caring for community and Mother Earth." In this talk,…

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Turn Stress Into Bliss

CHANGE CAN BE UNCOMFORTABLE This Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapy program combines movement, mindfulness, and community connection to support you in life’s transitions. Join Niki Fletcher for this 8-week journey to greater health and well-being ~Navigate worry, anxiety, and stress with ease.~ ~Cultivate clarity, self-awareness, and peace.~ ~Lead a happier, more fulfilling life.~ Niki understands how…

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An Army Physician’s Experience in Vietnam 1968-1969

At 7 pm on Monday, March 25th, join Dr. Robert Tortolani downstairs in the Main Reading Rooom, where he will share some of his personal experiences during his time of service as a medic during the Vietnam War. He will show slides and a film from his personal collection, followed by an open discussion. As…

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Mondays at Stone Church // StrangeCreek Battle of the Bands

These friendly annual ‘battles’ give bands a shot at earning their way onto our festival stages. From our online poll, top bands were offered set times at one of our regional venues during the month of March. Winners face off in regional Semi-Finals at that venue and winners from each venue will battle it out…

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College Spring Break #2

Round up your friends and join us at Mount Snow for college spring break specials! Lift tickets will be just $33 if you present your college ID at the ticket window.

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Sing and Dance with Robin Morgan!

Sing and Dance with Robin, free for all this fall! This awesome music and movement class, for 0 to 5-year-olds and their parents/caregivers, will run every Tuesday from 10:30-11:30 thru April 9th. Class Description: This lovely class is an enriching musical experience for toddlers and preschoolers, designed to support healthy cognitive, physical, and social development.…

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Weekly Tuesday Guided Meditation

Welcome to Hilltown Holistic Center's TUESDAY Guided Group Meditations facilitated by Sarah M Frye LMT and energy practitioner. ✨This meetup is suitable for both beginner to experienced meditators! On Tuesday-- you start the week not always knowing where it will go or what twists and turns it might take! This Mindfulness and Meditation focused group…

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Scrabble Night: Drop In and Play!

Stop by and play a game of Scrabble here at the library 🙂 The atmosphere is pleasant and mellow, with plenty of smiling and laughing! All levels are absolutely welcome to join the fun!! We now meet in either the Local History Reading Room or in the Glass Room on the Mezzanine. Both rooms are…

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Natural Solutions for Optimal Health: Intro to Essential Oils

Every step we take to reclaim our health and well-being is a major revolutionary stance. No matter how small, we can make big shifts in these tiny choices to take back our lives bit by bit, step by step, day by day. Take your health to the next level with Certified Pure Therapeutic Grade (CPTG)…

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Forest Tranquility: Monadnock Art Party at The Marina

Get your friends together for a fun night out ! Join us at The Marina in Brattleboro on Tuesday evenings at 6pm. Beginners welcome! REGISTER HERE: www.MonadnockArt.com COST: adults: $40 or $75 for a couple (creating one painting together) kids (8-16): $25 (must be accompanied by an adult) Painting begins at 6:00pm but feel free…

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WIld Play – Parenting Outdoors

Join David Sobel, author of "Wild Play - Parenting Adventures in the Great Outdoors" as he weaves together parenting experiences with stories he told his children and developmental theory, presenting a model of healthy parenting in concert with the natural world.

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Quest For Eagles Artist Talk and Q & A

In conjunction with her solo exhibition, Quest for Eagles, Brooks Memorial Library is delighted to host an artist talk with Vermont wildlife photographer Dara Carleton on Tuesday, March 26 at 7 pm. Topics will include information about local bald eagles: where to find them, how to identify them, how to photograph them, what equipment to…

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Tuesday Trivia!

Geeks Who Drink Trivia brings competitive Pub Trivia to Whetstone Station. Compete for glory and beer swag every Tuesday. Free to play with your group of up to six players.

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College Spring Break #2

Round up your friends and join us at Mount Snow for college spring break specials! Lift tickets will be just $33 if you present your college ID at the ticket window.

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Scrabble Night: Drop In and Play!

Stop by and play a game of Scrabble here at the library 🙂 The atmosphere is pleasant and mellow, with plenty of smiling and laughing! All levels are absolutely welcome to join the fun!! We now meet in either the Local History Reading Room or in the Glass Room on the Mezzanine. Both rooms are…

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Know Your Rights: #MeToo, A Community Conversation

The #MeToo Movement has changed the cultural landscape. But how do we know if it’s safe to speak about our experiences of harm, especially in public? KNOW YOUR RIGHTS IN THE ERA OF #METOO: A Community Conversation Wednesday, March 27 6-8 pm Brooks Memorial Library, free event We want to empower women and all survivors…

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The Nervous System & Essential Oils-Free Workshop

Free Workshop with Optional $20 Nervous system support Roller Blend In this workshop we will learn the medicinal uses of some of the most powerful essential oils to support the nervous system. We will practice toning, tapping techniques, and explore what our bodies are telling us through anxious energy. We will use these techniques in…

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Compassion and Human Services: A Free Panel Discussion

Join us at 6:30 pm on Wednesday, March 27th, as Compassionate Brattleboro brings speakers from around the community together for an FREE, open panel discussion. Speakerswill include: Chloe Learey and Margaret Atkinson of Winston Prouty Center; David Schoales, Moderator About Compassionate Brattleboro: The mission of Compassionate Brattleboro, is to raise community awareness about the meaning…

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Spring Tulip Wine Bottle with Fairy Lights in Keene! #Teamreid

**You must reserve your seat by purchasing tickets online prior to the event: https://www.yaymaker.com/events/_10135501** Use code "TEAMREID10" for 10$ off tickets!

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College Spring Break #2

Round up your friends and join us at Mount Snow for college spring break specials! Lift tickets will be just $33 if you present your college ID at the ticket window.

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Guilford Cares Food Pantry

The Guilford Cares Food Pantry began it's service to the community in January 2011, and continues each week. We are open every Thursday from 5-6 pm at the Broad Brook Community Center. We offer staples such as pasta, mac and cheese, canned fruits and vegetables, soups, tuna and cereal. Also frozen meats and vegetables, fresh…

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Free Tax Prep Assistance with MyFreeTaxes

Join us for a fun night of filing your tax returns for FREE using MyFreeTaxes.com! An IRS-certified tax preparer will help guide us down the path of filing our taxes for free! -Bring a laptop, smart phone, or tablet (if you don't have one we may be able to provide) AND your necessary tax forms/information.…

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PLANT Powered Movement: Inflammation, Pain, and Recovery

Even the fittest fiddle benefits from some TLC. Learn some simple health techniques to reduce inflammation in the body, offer pain relief, and decrease your recovery time (from a workout or an injury). In this class we’ll discuss the benefits of food as medicine, simple self care practices, as well as the healing power of…

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Virtual Cross Class Dialogue Circle

Join us for our first open-to-the-public Virtual Cross Class Dialogue Circle. You can participate from almost anywhere! Registration is extended until Feb 15, and we only have space for 20 people. Sign up today! https://www.equitysolutionsvt.com/cross-class-dialogue-circles/ The class divide in the US is growing, and yet, we rarely talk to each other meaningfully about class. Cross…

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Foundations of Ashtanga Yoga Class

Experience the Indian tradition of yoga as taught by master teacher Sri K Pattabhi Jois and his daughter, our teacher, Saraswathi Jois. 6:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. on Thursdays. Students can expect to be led through part of the Primary Series practice. $15 regular or $12 student/senior rate.

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Comedy Special: Olivia Grace (NYC) Hosted by Matt Woodland

Comedy is back at the Root Cellar! Join us for a special evening featuring Brooklyn based comedians Olivia Grace and Albert Kirchner, and local stars Caitlin Reese, Laura Fataruso. Hosted by Matt Woodland. Doors at 7, show starts at 8 $10 Olivia Grace is a stand-up comedian who grew up in the suburbs of Orange…

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Film: Paradise Road – hosted by Verandah Porche

In honor of Women’s History month Next Stage Performing Arts Program will show the 2004 film Paradise Road, a powerful tale of female courage, friendship, and strength, on Thursday, March 28 at 7:00 p.m. Admission is by donation at the door. Based on a true story, the moving film centers on a little-known chapter of…

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Misty Blues at Hawks & Reed

Live in the Perch! Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 7:30 pm $10 advance / $15 day of show Tickets—> https://www.ticketfly.com/purchase/event/1836553 Misty Blues is a female-led band from Berkshire County, MA playing traditional and original blues with a hint of funk, soul and tent revival gospel. The band has played together since 1999 and features Gina…

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Alexander Davis Dance

Keene State College alumnus and award-winning Boston dance and fiber artist Alex Davis (‘14) explores the intersections between dance, comedy, and fiber arts in his work. Drawing from pop culture and the everyday, his performances display the innate theatricality of everyday life and universality of the human experience. Davis will be in residency Fall 2018…

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The Dirty Double Crossers at The Voo

Everyones second favorite folk band come to The Voo! The Dirty Double Crossers is a roots trio from New England comprised or Gordon Berry, Paul Driscoll, and Derek Russell Fimbel. The band performs an assortment of original music, traditional tunes, and contemporary covers

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Hot Damn Scandal + Pinedrop Hawks & Reed

Doors: 7:30 pm / Show: 8:00 pm $5 Tickets—> https://www.ticketfly.com/purchase/event/1813603 Hot Damn Scandal plays “Tipsy American Gypsy Blues.” Their outlaw ballads, dirty jazz, circus freakouts, shanty-rags, string band funk, lonesome heart-breakers and whiskey bottle love songs blend together in a sweet song syrup somewhere between a ramble and a roar. Pinedrop’s fresh Americana sound skillfully…

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Live Music! Wyld Nightz Band

Head's up - Wyld Nightz' February 7th performance at Whetstone has been called off due to illness. They'll be back to rock your socks off on March 28th! The Wyld Nightz Band was formed over ten years ago in Brattleboro, Vermont. Founding members, Michael McKinney, guitar, trumpet and vocals, and Jeff Brewer, guitar and vocals,…

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College Spring Break #2

Round up your friends and join us at Mount Snow for college spring break specials! Lift tickets will be just $33 if you present your college ID at the ticket window.

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Friday Frenzy at the Crazy Horse Bar & Grill

While we will not be open for skiing and riding on Friday evenings, we will be having our "Friday Fenzy" in the Crazy Horse Bar & Grill starting at 3 pm on Fridays March 22nd and 29th. A Burger and a Budweiser for only $10 and two entrees on our menu for only $20.

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High Mud Comedy Fest

Our annual salute to a few funny things will gather a diverse group of comedians to prod us with humor in this heightened moment. Come for laugh-filled workshops, wickedly mocking museum tours, and hilarious musical interludes. Featuring: 30 Rock star, Judah Friedlander, comedy club queen Michelle Buteau, an improv workshop led by Second City, Adult…

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Yoga for Everyone – Free Community Class!

The last Friday night of every month we open the studio doors and celebrate our community with an offering of free yoga! This session is an all levels class featuring a variety of poses and flowing movements to improve flexibility, balance, physical comfort and peace of mind. This class is FREE. No yoga experience required!

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Let Your Yoga Dance w/ Sarah Lavigne

What is Let Your Yoga Dance®? It's an amazing Chakra Fusion! A joy-filled power dance combining yoga, the breath, and user-friendly dance with fabulous music from all around the world. It is a funky, sacred, inspirational dance of the multi-dimensional self, bringing tons of fun and healing to body, mind, spirit. Let Your Yoga Dance®…

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The 28th Annual Women’s Film Festival!

The 28th annual Women’s Film Festival is a celebration of movies from around the world, and a platform for women to tell their own amazing stories. WHEN: Friday, March 22nd – Saturday, March 30th WHERE: New England Youth Theatre, 100 Flat Street, Brattleboro, VT Over the course of two weekends, 35 documentaries, feature films and…

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Enhance Your Creativity through Gong Meditation & Poetry

The process of creating art requires one to relax, to focus, and to practice non-attachment, three attributes that are known to evolve through the practice of meditation. To create space for creativity, our gong meditation with singing bowls will encourage deep relaxation. Following gong, participants will partake in a poetry writing session, with prompts varying…

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Jazz Night at the Lounge

Every Friday night at the Lounge, join us for Live Jazz curated by the Vermont Jazz Center Always no cover, great food, drinks and friends!

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Beer Pairing Dinner with Zero Gravity Brewing

Join us for a culinary experience that will have your taste buds jumping for joy! We know that you love beer. So do we. Great beer is even better with great food. It is a common misconception that wine is the only beverage that food can be effectively paired with. On the contrary, beer actually…

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The Pillowman Encore VT

The Vermont Theater Company is excited to bring their production of The Pillowman, directed by Justin Fetterman, back for a one-night encore performance at the World Under Wonder theater! World Under Wonder is located at 5755 Rt 5 in Ascutney, VT. The performance will be on Friday March 29 at 7:30. Tickets are $15 general…

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Do It Now: John Sheldon/Paul Richmond/Tony Vacca and Jo Sallins

American trio Sheldon, Richmond and Vacca provide a powerful fusion of music, words and percussion in this enthralling show. Special guest Jo Sallins https://humanerrorpublishing.com/do-it-now.html Do It Now, Spoken Word and Music is on BandCamp, with our new EP 5 4 5 – you can listen for free here http://doitnow.bandcamp.com/album/do-it-now-5-4-5

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Wild Adriatic at Stone Church w/ Outer Stylie

Rooted in the rowdy spirit of rock & roll, Wild Adriatic has built an international audience on a combination of groove, grit, and guitar-heavy swagger. With the power trio's newest album, Feel, bandmates Travis Gray, Rich Derbyshire, and Mateo Vosganian update the sound of their influences -- from Seventies rock to Motown to soul --…

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Hung Trucker / Unknown Cowboy Band / Brief Ermine / Golden Egg

Hung Trucker: (members of FLAMING DRAGONS OF MIDDLE EARTH): “Bruce Springsteen smokin DMT thru a chili dog while Lemmy drunk dials the Pointer Sisters from the airport bar. You ever play beer pong with mushroom tea instead of beer? This is what music sounds like when every song you’ve ever loved switches places with every…

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The 28th Annual Women’s Film Festival!

The 28th annual Women’s Film Festival is a celebration of movies from around the world, and a platform for women to tell their own amazing stories. WHEN: Friday, March 22nd – Saturday, March 30th WHERE: New England Youth Theatre, 100 Flat Street, Brattleboro, VT Over the course of two weekends, 35 documentaries, feature films and…

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Jon Stephens & Cold Souls EP Release Party w/Wes of Hug The Dog

Join us on March 29th for an EP release night at Harlow's (our favorite pub, in our favorite town). Don't miss it! Tickets are $8 at the door and you'll get a download link for the EP! Wes Aldrich of Hug the Dog will be showing up with some friends to kick the night off…

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Zombie Beatdown

Zombie Beatdown debuts at Willie's! Tickets available online and at the door.

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Drag Out the Fabulous Dance Party & Drag Show Returns- Putney!

Southern Vermont's entertainment venue ClubVT announces the return of Dance Party meets Drag Show put on by Drag Out the Fabulous- come arrayed in all your fabulousness and dance your heart out to beats by DJ GlitterBear! MC Lily DeValley will preside, with performances by Anita Lay, Buck Wilder, and the all new Swan Ronson!.…

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Dipitus Presents: Wubwitus Vol. III at Hawks & Reed Performing Arts Center

Dipitus Presents: Wubwitus Vol. III at Hawks & Reed Performing Arts Center

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Snack & Storytime

Snack & Storytime presented by the Brattleboro Food Co-op, stories and snacks to feed your imagination. A free event every Friday, stay and play for regular admission. Thank you to the Co-op & the working members who volunteer to read! Interested in volunteering, contact Lizi at eocbfc@sover.net For more info on great co-op happenings for…

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Spring Fling & Pond Skim

Goggle tans and t-shirts are accessories of choice as we enjoy spring's soft snow, longer days and sunshine with a weekend of celebration and the Annual Pond Skim! Event takes place rain or shine.

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Weekly Winter Farmers Market

Come have lunch, meet up with friends, do your shopping for the week, and listen to live, local music. Now at 80 Flat St. despite the incorrect map shown on Facebook! The Brattleboro Winter Farmers' Market is open every Saturday November through March from 10am – 2pm. Credit, debit & EBT welcome EBT Double Up…

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Birth to 5 Open Gym

Join the Guilford Recreation Commission as we host FREE OPEN GYM for families with children 5 and under. Open Gym provides a safe environment for these curious adventurers. The Guilford Central School gym is filled with hula hoops, balls, bowling pins, scarves, play tents and tubes, balance beam, stepping stairs and more. Open free time…

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Birth to 5 Open Gym

Join the Guilford Recreation Commission as we host FREE OPEN GYM for families with children 5 and under. Open Gym provides a safe environment for these curious adventurers. The Guilford Central School gym is filled with hula hoops, balls, bowling pins, scarves, play tents and tubes, balance beam, stepping stairs and more. Open free time…

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11th Annual Winter Brewers Festival

Join us as we celebrate springtime, live music, and of course, beer!

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The Pirate, the Princess and the Pea

Winter Sunshine brings in the spring with the final performance! Saturday March 30th at 11 am and 2 pm at Sandglass Theater A pirate and a princess are each searching for hidden treasure. The princess stays one step ahead of the pirate with every clue. They quickly discover the benefits of cooperation! Inspired by their…

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Stratton Mtn’s Marchdi Gras – Sat. 3/30 in Stratton, VT! EH&tDS

Stratton VT area friends! On Saturday, March 30th, Erin Harpe and the Delta Swingers are so happy to bring the “boogie, blues and beyond” once again to Stratton Mountain Resort's March-di Gras celebrations! Come on out and see why Erin’s been called “one of the most dynamic, talented and exciting roots rocking blues women on…

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The 28th Annual Women’s Film Festival!

The 28th annual Women’s Film Festival is a celebration of movies from around the world, and a platform for women to tell their own amazing stories. WHEN: Friday, March 22nd – Saturday, March 30th WHERE: New England Youth Theatre, 100 Flat Street, Brattleboro, VT Over the course of two weekends, 35 documentaries, feature films and…

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Workshop: The Art of Pysanky (Ukrainian Eggs)

Acclaimed Pysanky artist and instructor Jenny Santa Maria leads a hands-on workshop in the traditional Ukrainian folk art of egg decoration. Pysanky technique is similar to batik: Patterns are drawn on an egg with hot beeswax, which protects covered areas from subsequent applications of colored dyes. When the wax is removed, a multi-colored pattern is…

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Free Book Arts Workshop Series!

We are pleased to host a series of FREE Book Arts Workshops from the River Gallery School, taught by teachers Lynn Zimmerman and Jess Weitz! Workshop dates will fall on the following Saturdays: February 9th, March 30th, April 20th, and May 18th. This workshop is open to older children and adults. All art materials will…

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Dunham Dance Workshop

Find Your Fierce A Dunham Workshop for Dancing in Your Power w/ Patricia Wilson Root down, breathe from your center and trust the wisdom of your body. Integrate body, mind, and spirit to find your fierce in dance. Katherine Dunham believed in the power of dance to affect positive change for both the individual and…

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The Pirate, the Princess and the Pea

Winter Sunshine brings in the spring with the final performance! Saturday March 30th at 11 am and 2 pm at Sandglass Theater A pirate and a princess are each searching for hidden treasure. The princess stays one step ahead of the pirate with every clue. They quickly discover the benefits of cooperation! Inspired by their…

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The 28th Annual Women’s Film Festival!

The 28th annual Women’s Film Festival is a celebration of movies from around the world, and a platform for women to tell their own amazing stories. WHEN: Friday, March 22nd – Saturday, March 30th WHERE: New England Youth Theatre, 100 Flat Street, Brattleboro, VT Over the course of two weekends, 35 documentaries, feature films and…

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Iron Loft Live Music

3/16: Seth Adam 3/23: James Hood 3/30: James Margolis 4/6: Seth Adam

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The 28th Annual Women’s Film Festival!

The 28th annual Women’s Film Festival is a celebration of movies from around the world, and a platform for women to tell their own amazing stories. WHEN: Friday, March 22nd – Saturday, March 30th WHERE: New England Youth Theatre, 100 Flat Street, Brattleboro, VT Over the course of two weekends, 35 documentaries, feature films and…

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Off the Wall: Art Lottery

Local artists and collectors donate artwork for this fun event; some are from well-known artists, others not-so-famous but wonderful nonetheless. Every participating ticket holder will leave with a gem of a painting, drawing, or print valued at least $100. Participants choose a numbered ping pong ball to place in the tumbler. Arrive on time (doors…

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The 28th Annual Women’s Film Festival!

The 28th annual Women’s Film Festival is a celebration of movies from around the world, and a platform for women to tell their own amazing stories. WHEN: Friday, March 22nd – Saturday, March 30th WHERE: New England Youth Theatre, 100 Flat Street, Brattleboro, VT Over the course of two weekends, 35 documentaries, feature films and…

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Meditation, Gong, & Breathwork (Pranayama)

Participants can expect to partake in call-and-response style chanting, pranayama exercises to settle the mind and connect with the breath, and a deeply relaxing meditation to the sound of gongs and singing bowls. No experience necessary and all ages are welcome. 6:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. on Saturdays. $12 suggested donation. Sētu Yoga & Meditation…

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Reading: Jay Weingarten/Isa Reisner/Jo O’Lone-Hahn/Beverly Ketch

The Root Cellar is charmed to host our first live reading, featuring some of Western MA's most talented and unique writers. After the reading, the singular DJ Quillz will be spinning a range of dance music from around the world, for a "futurefolk" dance party! Jay Keery lives in Wmass where they are pursuing their…

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Rock around the Block

Get out the bobby sox and the blue suede shoes for an evening of 1950s food, dance and fun! On Saturday, March 30 from 7 to 10 pm, The Perch at Hawks & Reed in downtown Greenfield will be transformed into a hot spot for a 50s-style sock hop - think of all those high…

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The Buzz Local Honey 2 Release Party

The Buzz, A Honey Pot Production is proud to release Volume 2 of our compilation recordings featuring 14 local area artists and bands, Local Honey 2! The party will have performances from a wide variety of Western Mass talent, including: Eric Lee Workman Song Mad Habits Lush Honey Phenomena 256 SHANTYMAN Tidwell's Treasure and more!…

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ROCK Around the BLOCK

SPECIAL GUEST APPEARANCE by top Elvis Tribute Artist TRAVIS LEDOYT! Get out the bobby sox and the blue suede shoes for an evening of 1950s food, dance and fun! On Saturday, March 30 from 7 to 10 pm, downtown Greenfield is the place to be for ROCK AROUND THE BLOCK, Silverthorne Theater’s spring spectacular benefit…

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ROCK Around the BLOCK

Get out the bobby sox and the blue suede shoes for an evening of 1950s food, dance and fun! On Saturday, March 30 from 7 to 10 pm, downtown Greenfield is the place to be for ROCK AROUND THE BLOCK, Silverthorne Theater’s spring spectacular benefit party. The Perch, Hawks & Reed’s fourth floor performance space…

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Storytellers on a Mission 2019

An evening of humorous storytelling from some of the hottest entertainers in the business. Hosted by comedian and actor Jordan Carlos. Storytellers include Tara Clancy, Jon Glaser, Jodi Lennon and Adam Burke. This event will benefit Groundworks Collaborative. Please share this event with everyone! As this evening may have adult content, we recommend that you…

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Storytellers on a Mission 2019

An evening of humorous storytelling from some of the hottest entertainers in the business. Hosted by comedian and actor Jordan Carlos. Storytellers include Tara Clancy, Jon Glaser, Jodi Lennon and Adam Burke. This event will benefit Groundworks Collaborative. Please share this event with everyone! As this evening may have adult content, we recommend that you…

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The United States Army Field Band & Soldiers’ Chorus

The internationally acclaimed United States Army Field Band and Soldiers’ Chorus returns to the Redfern after a previous standing-room-only performance in 2014. The band and chorus have recently shared the stage with such ensembles as the Boston Pops, the Cincinnati Pops, and the National Symphony Orchestra. Selected students from the KSC Department of Music will…

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Whiskey Duo performs at ClubVT!

Kevin Conway & Chuck Kuenzler, better known as Whiskey Duo, have been playing music together since 2016. Both are founding members of bands Chuckin' the Reeds and SwimminTrunks. Whiskey Duo plays originals and covers in the style of acoustic folk & rock. 21+ event, ID required at door. $5.00 cover charge at door. Check our…

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West End Blend/ Wurliday at Stone Church

Since their conception, 8-piece Funk/Soul band West End Blend has been playing their version of Funk and Soul in venues all over the Northeast. Fronted by vocalist Erica Bryan, the band pays homage to classic throwback sounds while adding their own distinct vibe and flair. Hailing from Albany, NY, Wurliday brings together some of the…

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On Her Shoulders // Itsy – at The Women’s Film Festival

Twenty-three-year-old Nobel-Peace prize winner Nadia Murad’s life is a dizzying array of undertakings—from giving testimony before the U.N. to visiting refugee camps to soul-bearing media interviews and one-on-one meetings with top government officials. With deep compassion and a formal precision and elegance that matches Nadia’s calm and steely demeanor, filmmaker Alexandria Bombach follows this strong-willed…

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Vermont Jazz Center Presents Helen Sung “Sung with Words”

Tickets: http://vtjazz.org/ RESCHEDULED SHOW FROM JANUARY 19, 2019 Line Up: Charenee Wade, vocalist Carolyn Leonhart, vocalist John Ellis, saxophone Jason Palmer, trumpet Rick Rosato, bass Adam Cruz, drums Samuel Torres, percussion This concert is a live presentation of a project funded by a 2014 Chamber Music America New Works Grant. It presents a collection of…

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Vermont Jazz Center Presents Helen Sung “Sung with Words”

Tickets: http://vtjazz.org/ RESCHEDULED SHOW FROM JANUARY 19, 2019 Line Up: Charenee Wade, vocalist Carolyn Leonhart, vocalist John Ellis, saxophone Jason Palmer, trumpet Rick Rosato, bass Adam Cruz, drums Samuel Torres, percussion This concert is a live presentation of a project funded by a 2014 Chamber Music America New Works Grant. It presents a collection of…

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West End Blend w/s/g Wurliday

Since their conception, 8-piece Funk/Soul band West End Blend has been playing their version of Funk and Soul in venues all over the Northeast. Fronted by vocalist Erica Bryan, the band pays homage to classic throwback sounds while adding their own distinct vibe and flair. Hailing from Albany, NY, Wurliday brings together some of the…

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West End Blend w/s/g Wurliday

Since their conception, 8-piece Funk/Soul band West End Blend has been playing their version of Funk and Soul in venues all over the Northeast. Fronted by vocalist Erica Bryan, the band pays homage to classic throwback sounds while adding their own distinct vibe and flair. Hailing from Albany, NY, Wurliday brings together some of the…

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The 28th Annual Women’s Film Festival!

The 28th annual Women’s Film Festival is a celebration of movies from around the world, and a platform for women to tell their own amazing stories. WHEN: Friday, March 22nd – Saturday, March 30th WHERE: New England Youth Theatre, 100 Flat Street, Brattleboro, VT Over the course of two weekends, 35 documentaries, feature films and…

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BorderStone debut at Willie Mac’s!

Hey Ya'll come on down to the newest live music venue in Keene NH for the debut of BorderStone! Great Food, Cold Drinks, and Hot Tunes! If you have too much fun you can even get a room at The Best Western!

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BorderStone debut at Willie Mac’s!

Hey Ya'll come on down to the newest live music venue in Keene NH for the debut of BorderStone! Great Food, Cold Drinks, and Hot Tunes! If you have too much fun you can even get a room at The Best Western!

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Borderstone

Borderstone debuts at Willie's! Tickets available online and at the door.

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Borderstone

Borderstone debuts at Willie's! Tickets available online and at the door.

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3rd – 6th grade Indoor Winter futbol (SOCCER!)

"Winter futbol" is organized and run by Amit Sharma. 🙏Thank You Amit!🙏 We had such a great fall with all and many have expressed interest in continuing with some practice and scrimmaging through the winter, so we have secured the gym at GCS Sunday mornings from 9:30-11 am for those interested and available to play.…

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3rd – 6th grade Indoor Winter futbol (SOCCER!)

"Winter futbol" is organized and run by Amit Sharma. 🙏Thank You Amit!🙏 We had such a great fall with all and many have expressed interest in continuing with some practice and scrimmaging through the winter, so we have secured the gym at GCS Sunday mornings from 9:30-11 am for those interested and available to play.…

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Lolë Stratton Karma Class | SNOWga

Join us for this great Winter experience- celebrate the longer days & a great season with a Yoga event on Snow! Ambassador Kristin Powers will be leading this fun filled outdoor session and raising money (by donation), for National Multiple Sclerosis Society. Allow Mother Nature & this high energy practice to warm your body, mind,…

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Bud Light Glade-iator

The Glade-iator competition is a mogul skiing contest on the soft bumps of the legendary Ripcord, one of the steepest trails in the east! Competitors will show off their bump and jump skills and will be judged on a combination of time, form, line, and aerial maneuvers off one of our two jumps (option of…

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Astrology Discussion Group

Calling all astrology lovers!!! Join us for a monthly astrology discussion group with local astrologer, Celeste Longacre. Discussion will focus on the current planetary events as well as interpreting astrological symbols and birth charts. Pre-registration is appreciated; $10 cash collected at door. Birth chart print-outs available for $7. (Time, date and place of birth are…

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Astrology Discussion Group

Calling all astrology lovers!!! Join us for a monthly astrology discussion group with local astrologer, Celeste Longacre. Discussion will focus on the current planetary events as well as interpreting astrological symbols and birth charts. Pre-registration is appreciated; $10 cash collected at door. Birth chart print-outs available for $7. (Time, date and place of birth are…

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