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Events for July 2014
1 logo Marble Run
Time: 4:00 PM
Price: free
Location: Craftsbury Public Library
Description: Ages 5-12. MARBLE RUN Ready set, GO, ZIP, ZOOM, ROLL. We will use a variety of materials to engineer and build several fantastic marble runs. We will work in pairs or with a team. Then we will test the creations, and let the marbles run.
Extra Info: For more information contact the library at 586-9683.
1 Author Natalie Kinsey at the Greensboro Free Library
Time: 10am
Price: free
Location: Greensboro Free Library
Description: Join us in listening and talking with wonderful local author Natalie Kinsey about finding stories in our own family history! Check out one of her books today!
4 Cabot's Annual 4th Of July Celebration
Time: 8am-4pm
Price: $0
Location: In the Center of town
Description: Rummage Sale 8am-2pm Historical Exhibits 9am serving coffee and donuts Parade 11am Live Music, Chicken BBQ, and Games for the whole family to follow after the parade
Extra Info: Contact Wendy Barnett at 563-9907 with any questions
4 Hardwick First Friday of July
Time: Noon - 6PM (or Dusk)
Price: FREE
Location: Mill & Main Streets, Hardwick Downtown
Description: More fun for the whole family celebrating both the 4th of July and the First Friday of July in downtown Hardwick! There will be live music at The Hardwick Inn. Local businesses that will be open for the holiday include The Hardwick Inn Clothing Company, Buffalo Mountain Coop, The Vermont Supper Club and Whistle Emporium. Stop in and check out the specials and discounts that will be given on that day only:) Street Vendors will include Aloha Winds - Delicious Vermonter Dogs and more, Kingdom Creamery, The Flower Basket Cart. information tables will include Hardwick American Legion Riders, BASH (Building A Stronger Hardwick) Community Organization, Hardwick Historical Society, Hardwick Jehovah's Witness Congregation, and Jeudevine Library. More folks are still welcome to join in the fun. If you would like to set up a vendor table please contact Shari. Email smile@whistleemporium.com or phone 802-472-9414 on or before Wednesday, July 2nd.
Extra Info: The Coop will be hosting a wine tasting and making sushi rolls. The Hardwick American Legion will be raffling an American Flag. The Vermont Supper Club will offer specials. Whistle Emporium will discount all candles by 40%! Bang! Crack! POW! ZZZZIing! Happy Fourth of July:)
4 logo Fourth of July Square Dance
Time: 7:00 PM
Price: $10.00 at the door
Location: 81 Lauredon Ave., Greensboro, VT
Description: Called by Ben Bergstein, an International Folk Dance Leader, with the support of his fantastic local band, this fund-raiser for the Greensboro Grange building renovation project will be a night of revelry and fun. Come celebrate the Fourth of July on an outdoor stage on the beautiful Town Hall Green in Greensboro. Drinks and food will be served!
Extra Info: For more information call Charles McAteer or Sabra Jones at 802-533-7487 or email at info@greensboroartsalliance.com Visit our Website: greensboroartsalliance.com
5 Annual Chicken BBQ
Time: 11:00 a.m. -1:00 p.m.
Price: $10/meal
Location: Greensboro United Church of Christ, Greensboro, VT
Description: Make your reservation now for the annual Greensboro Church Chicken Barbeque on Saturday, July 5, from 11 – 1. Price is $10/Meal for a generous plate of our world-famous BBQ Chicken, our much sought after vinaigrette coleslaw, a roll, beverage and dessert. Proceeds from this event benefit the work of the church. The BBQ starts immediately after the parade behind the church. Park where you can and line up for the traditional Independence Day meal. We are taking reservations by email at greensborochurch@gmail.com . Your e-mail reservation is not complete until you have received a reply confirmation from us. You can also call the church at 802-533-2223 to make a phone reservation. We have a limited number of meals, so get your name in quickly if you want to participate.
6 logo ROB MERMIN The Silent Clowns
Time: 4:00 PM
Price: $10.00 at the door
Location: 81 Lauredon Ave., Greensboro, VT
Description: A laugh-filled program perfect for the whole family—young, old, and in-between! Rob Mermin compares the pantomime styles of the great silent stars, and shows a dazzling array of clips featuring: Charlie Chaplin, Buster Keaton, Laurel & Hardy, Harry Langdon, Harold Lloyd, Keystone Kops, and more! Rob Mermin, founder of the award-winning company Circus Smirkus, is an actor, teacher, author, and director. He studied with mime master Marcel Marceau before embarking on a forty-year career in circus, theater, TV and film. “I haven’t laughed so hard in years—oh, my, it felt good!” — The Lodge at Otter Creek “A visual feast! A perfect combination of Rob’s live commentary blended with wonderful film clips.” — The Green Mountain Film Festival
Extra Info: For more information contact Charles McAteer or Sabra Jones at 802-533-7487 or by email at info@greensboroartsalliance.com Visit our website: greensboroartsalliance.com
7 The Eye of the Day - Book Reading
Time: 7:00 PM
Location: Greensboro Free Library
Description: Set in Greensboro in the 1930's and drawing on the life of the author's father – Lacey Baldwin Smith, it moves from Greensboro to Canada to Cuba to wartime Italy and Germany. It is the story of two men from different backgrounds. Aubrey is the son of a Princeton professor and the family comes to Greensboro every summer from Princeton, New Jersey. Amos is a local man who works each summer for the family. The two men’s lives intersect until they meet for the last time in WWII Italy. The book will be available for sale with the proceeds to tho the Greensboro Free Library in memory of Lacey Baldwin Smith.
7 logo GAAR presents Take Stage! Master Classes
Time: 9:00 AM
Price: $200 for four classes
Location: 81 Lauredon Ave., Greensboro, VT
Description: The Take Stage! Master Classes are an intensive four-class workshop aimed at developing musical skills. These classes are open to all interested children and adults; parents are encouraged to participate. The Take Stage! Master Classes will take place exclusively in the Theater on the Town Hall Green on Monday & Wednesday mornings in July, 2014. Tuition for the classes is $200 and can be paid on our website.
Extra Info: For more information contact Charles McAteer or Sabra Jones at 802-533-7487 or by email at info@greensboroartsalliance.com Visit our website: greensboroartsalliance.com
8 logo Lego Robotics
Time: 4:00 PM
Price: free
Location: Craftsbury Public Library
Description: Ages 5-12 Try out Lego robot building with a 4-H science kit. Each kit has motors, batteries and sensors for building and programming your own robotic creations.
Extra Info: For more information contact the library at 586-9683.
9 logo E-textiles with Vermont Makers
Time: 1-4PM
Price: free
Location: Craftsbury Public Library
Description: Ages 12 and up. Sew lights into fabric and build simple circuits with conductive thread. Participants will learn circuit design and explore embedding computational and electronic elements into clothes and furnishings. Please pre-register. This program was funded by the Vermont Community Foundation.
Extra Info: For more information, contact the library at 586-9683.
9 logo GAAR presents Take the Stage! Master Classes
Time: 9:00 AM
Price: $200 for four classes
Location: 81 Lauredon Ave., Greensboro, VT
Description: Take the Stage! Master Classes are an intensive four-class workshop aimed at developing musical skills. These classes are open to all interested children and adults; parents are encouraged to participate. The Take Stage! Master Classes will take place exclusively in the Theater on the Town Hall Green on Monday & Wednesday mornings in July, 2014. Tuition for the classes is $200 and can be paid on our website.
Extra Info: For more information contact Charles McAteer or Sabra Jones at 802-533-7487 or by email at info@greensboroartsalliance.com Visit our website: greensboroartsalliance.com
10 Annual Chicken Pie Supper
Time: 5 pm and 6:30 pm
Price: Adults $9.00, Children under 8-$5.00
Location: St. Michael's Hall, Greensboro Bend VT
Description: Chicken pie, assorted casseroles, Baked Beans, Cole Slaw, Rolls, Pie and Beverages
10-12 Disney's Beauty and the Beast, Jr.
Time: 7 pm daily plus 2 pm Saturday
Price: $5-$10
Location: Vermont Children's Theater, Lyndonville
Description: This stage version of the classic Disney movie is performed by local middle school children. There are evening performances Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights at 7 p.m., plus a matinee at 2 p.m. on Saturday. Evening ticket prices are $6 for children, $8 for teens and seniors, and $10 for adults. All matinee tickets are $5. Tickets will be on sale at the door before each performance, and also from 3-6 p.m. on weekdays. Cash, checks and credit cards are accepted.
Extra Info: The Vermont Children's Theater is located in a converted hay barn on beautiful Darling Hill ridge. From US Route 5, turn east on VT Route 114 (the traffic light at the north end of Lyndonville). Take the first left, Darling Hill Road. Go about 2 miles and the theater will be on your right, at 2283 Darling Hill Road.
12 logo Huge Library Booksale
Time: 10AM-3PM
Location: Craftsbury Public Library
Description: Thousands of books for sale: new fiction, mysteries, gardening, children's books, movies, audio, languages, poetry, and more.
Extra Info: For more information contact the library at 586-9683.
12 logo Huge Library Booksale
Time: 10AM-4PM
Location: Craftsbury Public Library
Description: The Craftsbury Public Library’s annual Book Sale will take place on Saturday, July 12, from 10-4, in conjunction with Antiques & Uniques. Over 10,000 items will be available for sale at the library, including best sellers, mysteries, gardening, travel, cookbooks, children’s books, board books, poetry, rare and collectible, arts, movies, & audio books. Most items are $1-$3, with the exception of some rare antiquarian books. All proceeds from the sale benefit the Craftsbury Public Library. For more information contact the library at 586-9683 or craftsburylibrary@gmail.com.
Extra Info: For more information contact the library at 586-9683.
12 Demos & Desserts: An afternoon with artisans and their craft & sweet treats to eat
Time: 2-5pm
Price: Free
Location: The Miller's Thumb Gallery, 14 Breezy Ave. Greensboro VT 05841
Description: The Miller's Thumb Gallery gets into the swing of summer with Saturday afternoon treats - for the eyes and taste buds. Join us this coming Saturday for basket maker Maura Clancy. Maura will be working on some of her beautiful baskets as well as giving tips and demonstrating different techniques for hand weaving baskets. The Miller's Thumb Gallery features work in a variety of media from Vermont artisans and is open daily from 10 am -6 pm so come, ask questions, watch art being created before your eyes and enjoy some sweet treats!
Extra Info: For more information call (802)533-2045 or visit www.MillersThumbGallery.com
14 logo GAAR presents Take the Stage! Master Classes
Time: 9:00 AM
Price: $200 for four classes
Location: 81 Lauredon Ave., Greensboro, VT
Description: Take the Stage! Master Classes are an intensive four-class workshop aimed at developing musical skills. These classes are open to all interested children and adults; parents are encouraged to participate. The Take Stage! Master Classes will take place exclusively in the Theater on the Town Hall Green on Monday & Wednesday mornings in July, 2014. Tuition for the classes is $200 and can be paid on our website.
Extra Info: For more information contact Charles McAteer or Sabra Jones at 802-533-7487 or by email at info@greensboroartsalliance.com Visit our website: greensboroartsalliance.com
15 logo Scratch Programming
Time: 4:00 PM
Price: free
Location: Craftsbury Public Library
Description: Ages 5-12. Developed at MIT's Media Lab, Scratch is a simple computer programming language. Hester Fuller will teach us Scratch and help us understand and build Scratch computer games and animated stories using Scratch programming.
Extra Info: For more information contact the library at 586-9683.
15 Tracy Wolters Family Concert
Time: 3pm-4pm
Price: free
Location: Greensboro Free Library
Description: Join us for a free concert the whole family will enjoy with local singer songwriter Tracy Wolters, well known for his album Sugaring Time. Fun and beautiful songs about the wonders of nature through the seasons.
Extra Info: greensborokids@gmail.com or 533-2531 for more info
16 logo GAAR presents Take the Stage! Master Classes
Time: 9:00 AM
Price: $200 for four classes
Location: 81 Lauredon Ave., Greensboro, VT
Description: Take the Stage! Master Classes are an intensive four-class workshop aimed at developing musical skills. These classes are open to all interested children and adults; parents are encouraged to participate. The Take Stage! Master Classes will take place exclusively in the Theater on the Town Hall Green on Monday & Wednesday mornings in July, 2014. Tuition for the classes is $200 and can be paid on our website.
Extra Info: For more information contact Charles McAteer or Sabra Jones at 802-533-7487 or by email at info@greensboroartsalliance.com Visit our website: greensboroartsalliance.com
17-19 Musical: West Side Story
Time: 7 pm
Price: $6-$10
Location: VT Children's Theater, 2283 Darling Hill Rd., Lyndonville
Description: Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet is transported to modern-day New York City, as two young idealistic lovers find themselves caught between warring street gangs, the "American" Jets and the Puerto Rican Sharks. Their struggle to survive in a world of hate, violence and prejudice is one of the most innovative, heart-wrenching and relevant musical dramas of our time. As in the original Romeo and Juliet, West Side story contains some violence and death. Ticket prices are $6 for children, $8 for teens and seniors, and $10 for adults. Tickets will be on sale at the door before each performance, and also from 3-6 p.m. on weekdays. Cash, checks and credit cards are accepted.
Extra Info: The Vermont Children's Theater is located in a converted hay barn on beautiful Darling Hill ridge. From US Route 5, turn east on VT Route 114 (the traffic light at the north end of Lyndonville). Take the first left, Darling Hill Road. Go about 2 miles and the theater will be on your right, at 2283 Darling Hill Road
17 Storytime with Grannie Snow
Time: 10am
Price: free
Location: Greensboro Free Library
Description: Our regular storytime will be graced with a visit from Morrisville author Grannie Snow who will be reading from her new book Big Ole Striped Silas, a story about cats. Her signed books will be available for sale to anyone who would like to purchase one and she will be donating her book to the library.
Extra Info: greensborokids@gmail.com or 533-2531 for more info.
17 Space! with Mike Metcalf
Time: 3pm-4pm
Price: free
Location: Greensboro Free Library
Description: Join beloved teacher Mike Metcalf as he talks about space and his experience with NASA. He was a finalist for the teacher in space program and will be bringing a tile from a spaceship. This is geared for kids ages 10-18 but all are welcome.
Extra Info: greensborokids@gmail.com or 533-2531 for more info
18 GRACE Summer Benefit
Time: 6:00 to 8:00pm
Price: $50.00
Location: Lakeview Inn, Greensboro, VT
Description: Please join us for an evening reception to support and celebrate GRACE. There will be an art exhibit, silent auction, music by Ira Friedman, and door prizes. The event will be catered by Mackin Edibles and there will be a complimentary cocktail and wine bar. We look forward to seeing you there.
Extra Info: GRACE, 802-472-6857
19 logo THE ADVENTURES OF BUFFALO AND TOUGH COOKIE
Time: 2 pm
Price: Free
Location: Jeudevine Memorial Library
Description: Want to take an armchair adventure? Come see a slide show by Dan Szczesny who took a one year, 225 mile journey through some of New Hampshire’s least known wilderness with his 10-year-old foster daughter. Dan is a long-time journalist and travel writer living in New Hampshire. His first book, The Adventures of Buffalo and Tough Cookie, is a beautifully written new memoir chronicling the trail adventures of Dan and his young but ambitious hiking partner during their year-long quest to reach all the summits on the "52 With a View" New Hampshire mountain list. Along the way, the pair form a unique and unforgettable bond that transforms both their lives in ways the author never anticipated. Dan began his career in Buffalo, New York. Since then, he has written for a wide variety of regional and national publications, including the Main Line Times, Philadelphia Weekly, Christian Science Monitor, Princeton Packet, Eastern Mountain Sports, The Good Men Project, and Pennsylvania Magazine. In 2000, he moved to New Hampshire to cover the Presidential Election for the Associated Press. In 2001, Dan became Associate Publisher of The Hippo, now the state's largest weekly Arts and Entertainment journal. His most recent book is The Nepal Chronicles about the journey Dan and his wife, Meenakshi, take to Nepal to marry in Kathmandu. He's a member of the Appalachian Mountain Club's 4,000-footer club and has written extensively about the outdoors and hiking. He has camped in the Grand Canyon and thru-hiked England's Coast to Coast Trail.He lives in Manchester, NH, with his wife Meenakshi.
Extra Info: Light refreshments will be served. For more information call the Jeudevine Library at 472-5948.
19 Demos & Desserts: An afternoon with artisans and their craft & sweet treats to eat
Time: 2 - 5 pm
Price: Free
Location: The Miller's Thumb Gallery, 14 Breezy Ave. Greensboro VT 05841
Description: The Miller's Thumb Gallery gets into the swing of summer with Saturday afternoon treats - for the eyes and taste buds. Join us Saturday July 19th for assemblage artist Alex Bottinelli. Alex will be working on some of her unique driftwood sculptures as well as giving tips and demonstrating different assemblage techniques. The Miller's Thumb Gallery features work in a variety of media from Vermont artisans and is open daily from 10 am -6 pm so come, ask questions, watch art being created before your eyes and enjoy some sweet treats!
21 Caspian Monday Music
Time: 8:00 PM
Price: Season Ticket: $75.00 Admission: $18.00 Orchestra: $18.00 Se
Location: Caledonia Grange Hall #9, Church Street East Hardwick, VT 05836
Description: Counterpoint Vocal Ensemble and the 802 String Quartet Nathaniel G. Lew, Artistic Director Counterpoint Vocal Ensemble, Vermont Soprano: Marjorie Drysdale, Amy Frostman, Marybeth McCaffrey, Cathy Stadecker and Linsey Warren Alto: Melissa Chestnut-Tangerman, Carolyn Dickinson, and Linda Radtke Tenor: Neil Cerutti, and Cameron Steinmetz Bass: Eric K. Brooks, Stephen Falbel, Zebulun McLellan, and Kevin Quigley Violin: Jane Bearden and Laura Markowitz Viola: Paul Reynolds Cello: Suzanne Polk 2014 Program, Heartstrings: Songs of Love Lost and Won "O Mistress Mine" Erik Nielsen from Three Shakespeare Songs Elegischer Gesang L. V. Beethoven Five Hebrew Love Songs Eric Whitacre (1970 - ) Les Chansons des Roses Morten Lauridsen (1943 - ) Crisantemi Giacomo Puccini Liebeslieder Waltzer Johannes Brahms
Extra Info: The Grange is located on Church Street (known as Hardwick Street when coming from Greensboro) in East Hardwick, across from the First Congregational Church.
22 logo Project Micro
Time: 4:00 PM
Price: free
Location: Craftsbury Public Library
Description: Ages 5-12. Project Micro is sponsored by the UVM Microscopy Imaging Center. Jan Schwarz from UVM will help us to see the world and magnify our perspectives. We will set up several microscope stations and view an amazing world rarely seen without the use of these tools.
Extra Info: For more information, contact the library at 586-9683.
22 Mammal Teeth Exploration and Project Micro
Time: 10am-11:30am and 12:30pm-1:30pm
Price: free
Location: Greensboro Free Library
Description: We will explore the wonders of mammal teeth, their uses, adaptions, and more. There will be various examples of mammal skulls and teeth to see and touch. Allison Stegnar, who has been studying paleontology, will be guiding us in this fun hands on workshop from 10am-11:30am. Free Lunch for kids and teens available from 11:45am-12:30pm. and then... Project Micro scientist from UVM, Janet Schwarz, will have different kinds of microscopes set up in stations for us to see what different examples of nature look like (including mammal hair) under the microscope. A wonderful opportunity to take a closer look at our amazing Earth!
Extra Info: greensborokids@gmail.com or 533-2531 for more info. Come for both programs and lunch or mix and match!
22 logo Readings & Book Signing by Grannie Smith
Time: 6:30, 7:00, 7:30 p.m.
Price: Free
Location: The Galaxy Bookshop
Description: Morrisville children's author Grannie Snow will be at The Galaxy Bookshop on First Friday in Hardwick to read from her two picture books, Big Ole Striped Silas and Silas Gets a Sister. Grannie Snow will read on the half hour, at 6:30, 7:00, and 7:30 p.m. Bring the kids for a fun read-aloud, and take home a copy (or two!) of this totally made-in-Vermont book. (Not only was it written, but also published and printed right here in Vermont.)
Extra Info: Learn more about Grannie Snow's books at her website, thesilasseries.com. More info: Call 472-5533
23 logo Jolts and Volts with IBM's John Cohn
Time: 4:00 PM
Location: Craftsbury Public Library
Description: Chief Scientist at IBM John Cohn Travels to Craftsbury for Electrifying Program Engineer, inventor, mad scientist, all these descriptions fit IBM's Senior Fellow and Chief Engineer John Cohn. When he is not busy pioneering design work in circuit automation, or travelling worldwide for his work, Mr. Cohn can often be found inspiring young scientists and engineers with his Jolts and Volts program. On Wednesday, July 23, the Craftsbury Public Library will join such prestigious institutions as the New York Hall of Science, the Governor's Institute of Vermont, and Disney's Epcot Center that hold bragging rights to hosting John Cohn's famous Jolts and Volts program. The program explores electricity through a series of participatory demonstrations from microVolts to MegaVolts. Participants will get to see demos that may include any of the following: VanDeGraaf generator, Tesla Coil, Jacob’s Ladder, Theramin, Electrostatic motors, and pickle electrocuter. The presentation discusses basic electrical concepts, invites the participants to explore electricity via their senses and discusses history of the major inventions in electricity. The program takes place at 4:00PM at the library. There is no cost for the program, and all ages are welcome to attend, although the show is geared at teen audiences. For more information, contact the library at 586-9683 or craftsburylibrary@gmail.com.
23 logo Book To Film: Neil Gaiman's book STARDUST
Time: 7 PM
Price: f
Location: Jeudevine Memorial Library
Description: Catch a fallen star . . . Tristran Thorn falls in love with the prettiest girl in town and makes her a foolish promise: he says that he'll go find the falling star they both watched streak across the night sky. She says she'll marry him if he finds it, so he sets off, leaving his home of Wall, and heads out into the perilous land of faerie, where not everything is what it appears. Gaiman is known for his fanciful wit, sterling prose and wildly imaginative plots, and Stardust is no exception. A light-hearted book just right for the summer. Pick up books now!
Extra Info: Discuss book and see film with popcorn and cider. For more info call: 472-5948.
24 logo GAAR presents Rodgers & Hammerstein’s CAROUSEL
Time: 7:30 PM
Price: Child $15 Senior $20 Adult $30
Location: 81 Lauredon Ave., Greensboro, VT
Description: Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Carousel tells the story of the tragic romance between carousel barker Billy Bigelow and mill worker Julie Jordan. Based on Ferenc Molnar’s 1909 play Liliom, Carousel has been lauded as the greatest musical of the 20th Century by Time Magazine. The TONY™ Award Winning Musical features such famous numbers as, “If I Loved You,” “June Is Bustin’ Out All Over,” and “You’ll Never Walk Alone.” The Greensboro Arts Alliance & Residency’s production, directed by Associate Artistic Director Charles McAteer, features New York actors Kelly Pekar (Julie Jordan), Nina Riley (Nettie Fowler), and Jacey Powers (Carrie Pipperidge), as well as Vermont actors John Marshall (Billy Bigelow) Elye Alexander (Jigger Craigin), Brian Kilday (Enoch Snow), Krissie Ohlrogge (Mrs. Mullin), and Ed Donlon (Starkeeper/Dr. Seldon), among many others. This production also features the brilliant ballerina Bethany Lange (Louise) in the Act II pas de deux ballet. GAAR Music Director Justin Jacobs returns, assisted by Mark Violette (Musical Director for QNEK’s SUDS). Come see what Rodgers & Hammerstein regarded as their favorite creation: the great American musical, Carousel.
Extra Info: Tickets are available for purchase online, at Willey's Store and Hazendale Farm in Greensboro, and at the door. For more information contact Charles McAteer or Sabra Jones at 802-533-7487 or by email at info@greensboroartsalliance.com Visit our website: greensboroartsalliance.com
24 Vermont Children's Theater Musical Revue
Time: 7 pm
Price: by donation
Location: VT Children's Theater, 2283 Darling Hill Rd., Lyndonville
Description: This annual event features performances by talented Vermont Children's Theater participants, staff and family members, as well as by other community members. Admission is by donation, which goes to provide a free theater program for about 150 local children each summer. More information at www.VermontChildrensTheater.com.
Extra Info: The Vermont Children's Theater is located in a converted hay barn on beautiful Darling Hill ridge. From US Route 5, turn east on VT Route 114 (the traffic light at the north end of Lyndonville). Take the first left, Darling Hill Road. Go about 2 miles and the theater will be on your right, at 2283 Darling Hill Road.
25 logo Recommnded Reads
Time: 2:00PM
Price: free
Location: Craftsbury Public Library
Description: Join Linda and Susan as they review some of their favorite books. Read something great? Share your recommendations, too!
25 logo GAAR presents William Gibson’s THE MIRACLE WORKER
Time: 7:30 PM
Price: Child $15 Senior $20 Adult $30
Location: 81 Lauredon Ave., Greensboro, VT
Description: William Gibson’s thrilling dramatic masterpiece tells the miraculous story of Teacher Annie Sullivan (Tony™ Nominee Marla Schaffel) and her stormy but ultimately triumphant relationship with her deafblind student Helen Keller (Woodbury’s own Macy Molleur). A truly moving piece of exciting theater, the magnificent teamwork of Ms. Schaffel and eleven-year-old Macy Molleur, under the brilliant direction of GAAR Artistic Director Sabra Jones, is something you won’t want to miss! A limited engagement only!
Extra Info: Tickets are available for purchase online, at Willey's Store and Hazendale Farm in Greensboro, and at the door. For more information contact Charles McAteer or Sabra Jones at 802-533-7487 or by email at info@greensboroartsalliance.com Visit our website: greensboroartsalliance.com
25-26 Musical: West Side Story
Time: 7 pm daily plus 2 pm Saturday
Price: $5-$10
Location: VT Children's Theater, 2283 Darling Hill Rd., Lyndonville
Description: Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet is transported to modern-day New York City, as two young idealistic lovers find themselves caught between warring street gangs, the "American" Jets and the Puerto Rican Sharks. Their struggle to survive in a world of hate, violence and prejudice is one of the most innovative, heart-wrenching and relevant musical dramas of our time. As in the original Romeo and Juliet, West Side Story contains some violence and death. There are evening performances Friday and Saturday nights at 7 p.m., plus a matinee at 2 p.m. on Saturday. Evening ticket prices are $6 for children, $8 for teens and seniors, and $10 for adults. All matinee tickets are $5. Tickets will be on sale at the door before each performance, and also from 3-6 p.m. on weekdays. Cash, checks and credit cards are accepted.
Extra Info: The Vermont Children's Theater is located in a converted hay barn on beautiful Darling Hill ridge. From US Route 5, turn east on VT Route 114 (the traffic light at the north end of Lyndonville). Take the first left, Darling Hill Road. Go about 2 miles and the theater will be on your right, at 2283 Darling Hill Road.
26 logo GAAR presents Rodgers & Hammerstein’s CAROUSEL
Time: 2:00 PM
Price: Child $7.50 Senior $10 Adult $15
Location: 81 Lauredon Ave., Greensboro, VT
Description: Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Carousel tells the story of the tragic romance between carousel barker Billy Bigelow and mill worker Julie Jordan. Based on Ferenc Molnar’s 1909 play Liliom, Carousel has been lauded as the greatest musical of the 20th Century by Time Magazine. The TONY™ Award Winning Musical features such famous numbers as, “If I Loved You,” “June Is Bustin’ Out All Over,” and “You’ll Never Walk Alone.” The Greensboro Arts Alliance & Residency’s production, directed by Associate Artistic Director Charles McAteer, features New York actors Kelly Pekar (Julie Jordan), Nina Riley (Nettie Fowler), and Jacey Powers (Carrie Pipperidge), as well as Vermont actors John Marshall (Billy Bigelow) Elye Alexander (Jigger Craigin), Brian Kilday (Enoch Snow), Krissie Ohlrogge (Mrs. Mullin), and Ed Donlon (Starkeeper/Dr. Seldon), among many others. This production also features the brilliant ballerina Bethany Lange (Louise) in the Act II pas de deux ballet. GAAR Music Director Justin Jacobs returns, assisted by Mark Violette (Musical Director for QNEK’s SUDS). Come see what Rodgers & Hammerstein regarded as their favorite creation: the great American musical, Carousel.
Extra Info: Tickets are available for purchase online, at Willey's Store and Hazendale Farm in Greensboro, and at the door. For more information contact Charles McAteer or Sabra Jones at 802-533-7487 or by email at info@greensboroartsalliance.com Visit our website: greensboroartsalliance.com
26 logo GAAR presents Rodgers & Hammerstein’s CAROUSEL
Time: 7:30 PM
Price: Child $15 Senior $20 Adult $30
Location: 81 Lauredon Ave., Greensboro, VT
Description: Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Carousel tells the story of the tragic romance between carousel barker Billy Bigelow and mill worker Julie Jordan. Based on Ferenc Molnar’s 1909 play Liliom, Carousel has been lauded as the greatest musical of the 20th Century by Time Magazine. The TONY™ Award Winning Musical features such famous numbers as, “If I Loved You,” “June Is Bustin’ Out All Over,” and “You’ll Never Walk Alone.” The Greensboro Arts Alliance & Residency’s production, directed by Associate Artistic Director Charles McAteer, features New York actors Kelly Pekar (Julie Jordan), Nina Riley (Nettie Fowler), and Jacey Powers (Carrie Pipperidge), as well as Vermont actors John Marshall (Billy Bigelow) Elye Alexander (Jigger Craigin), Brian Kilday (Enoch Snow), Krissie Ohlrogge (Mrs. Mullin), and Ed Donlon (Starkeeper/Dr. Seldon), among many others. This production also features the brilliant ballerina Bethany Lange (Louise) in the Act II pas de deux ballet. GAAR Music Director Justin Jacobs returns, assisted by Mark Violette (Musical Director for QNEK’s SUDS). Come see what Rodgers & Hammerstein regarded as their favorite creation: the great American musical, Carousel.
Extra Info: Tickets are available for purchase online, at Willey's Store and Hazendale Farm in Greensboro, and at the door. For more information contact Charles McAteer or Sabra Jones at 802-533-7487 or by email at info@greensboroartsalliance.com Visit our website: greensboroartsalliance.com
26 Demos & Desserts: An afternoon with artisans and their craft & sweet treats to eat
Time: 2 - 5 pm
Price: Free
Location: The Miller's Thumb Gallery, 14 Breezy Ave. Greensboro VT 05841
Description: The Miller's Thumb Gallery gets into the swing of summer with Saturday afternoon treats - for the eyes and taste buds. Join us Saturday July 26th for acclaimed silk scarf artist Ellen Spring. Ellen will be working on her lovely silk scarves as well as giving tips and demonstrating the many stages of making her brightly colored wearable art. The Miller's Thumb Gallery features work in a variety of media from Vermont artisans and is open daily from 10 am -6 pm so come, ask questions, watch art being created before your eyes and enjoy some sweet treats!
27 logo GAAR presents William Gibson’s THE MIRACLE WORKER
Time: 2:00 PM
Price: Child $7.50 Senior $10 Adult $15
Location: 81 Lauredon Ave., Greensboro, VT
Description: William Gibson’s thrilling dramatic masterpiece tells the miraculous story of Teacher Annie Sullivan (Tony™ Nominee Marla Schaffel) and her stormy but ultimately triumphant relationship with her deafblind student Helen Keller (Woodbury’s own Macy Molleur). A truly moving piece of exciting theater, the magnificent teamwork of Ms. Schaffel and eleven-year-old Macy Molleur, under the brilliant direction of GAAR Artistic Director Sabra Jones, is something you won’t want to miss! A limited engagement only!
Extra Info: Tickets are available for purchase online, at Willey's Store and Hazendale Farm in Greensboro, and at the door. For more information contact Charles McAteer or Sabra Jones at 802-533-7487 or by email at info@greensboroartsalliance.com Visit our website: greensboroartsalliance.com
28 Caspian Monday Music
Time: 8:00 PM
Price: Season Ticket: $75.00 Admission: $18.00 Orchestra: $18.00 Se
Location: Caledonia Grange Hall #9, Church Street East Hardwick, VT 05836
Description: Piano Concert Danny Kutty, piano Sonata in d minor, K. 553 Domenico Scarlatti Sonata in b minor, K. 27 Sonata in f minor, K. 388 Preludes, Livre 1 Achille-Claude Debussy Two Capricci for solo AX Synth Francesco Satori (1957 - ) Nocturnal No. 3 "Resurrection" Francesco Satori (1957 - )
Extra Info: The Grange is located on Church Street (known as Hardwick Street when coming from Greensboro) in East Hardwick, across from the First Congregational Church.
29 logo Fizz, Boom, Sound
Time: 4:00 PM
Price: free
Location: Craftsbury Public Library
Description: Ages 5-12. ARachel Miller brings us experiments to explore the world of sound. We’ll try to figure out what sound is, what sound does and how the human ear perceives it. We’ll make a sound gun, a banger and a clanger and bounce some sound around.
Extra Info: For more information contact the library at 586-9683.
29 logo SUMMER MUSIC FROM GREENSBORO Lewis Franco & The Missing Cats
Time: 8:00 PM
Price: Free!
Location: 81 Lauredon Ave., Greensboro, VT
Description: SMFG presents the popular quartet, Lewis Franco & The Missing Cats, which has appeared at St. Johnsbury’s First Night celebration, and promises to be a hit with Greensboro’s music lovers. SMFG, supported by local grants, has made the Lewis Franco and the Missing Cats concert free and open to the public; Summer Music From Greensboro’s subscribers will have preferred seating.
Extra Info: For more information contact Charles McAteer or Sabra Jones at 802-533-7487 or by email at info@greensboroartsalliance.com Visit our website: greensboroartsalliance.com
29 Caspian Arts Studio Tour and Tour's End Party
Time: Tour: 10 am-5 pm, Party 5:30-7 pm
Price: FREE
Location: Greensboro, Hardwick, Glover, East Albany, Craftsbury
Description: The third annual Caspian Arts Studio Tour will take place on Tuesday, July 29, 2014, 10 am to 5 pm. Nineteen artists in Greensboro and the surrounding area will open their studios, offering the public an opportunity to shop, visit with the artists, and learn about the creative process. Visitors to the studios will receive tickets for a Tour Prize Drawing, held at the festive Tour’s End Party, 5:30-7 pm at The Highland Lodge in Greensboro. Prizes will be three gift certificates ($300, $200, and $100) to be spent at participating artists’ studios. This year, each of the artists will be presenting a new piece that is in some way inspired by this beautiful area of Vermont. The introduction of all these items made specifically for the tour adds an enticing element of discovery to the event. In addition to the adventure of traveling to new locations and meeting creative people in their home environment, visitors will have locally inspired, new work to admire and purchase.
Extra Info: Map and tour information are available at Hazendale Farmstand, The Miller’s Thumb Gallery, Willey’s Store and at www.caspianartsvt.com. Contact Judy Dales for more info: 802-533-7733 or judy@judydales.com
29 Elecrticity and the Environment
Time: 10am-11:15am
Price: free
Location: Greensboro Free Library
Description: VEEP (Vermont Energy Education Program) will present Electricity and the Environment in which students ages 6-12 learn about the discovery of electricity and how it powers our world, from Faraday’s Coil to our modern energy economy. Students take turns generating it on their own with different hand-powered and foot-powered activities, including taking a spin on our energy bike. VEEP's Mission is to Promote Energy Literacy: A deep understanding of what energy is and how to use it efficiently, to enable energy usage choices that will result in a sustainable and vital economy and a healthy environment.
Extra Info: greensborokids@gmail.com or 533-2531 for more info. stay for lunch! free lunch for all kids and teens from 11:45am-12:30pm through OSSU,USDA, and Hunger Free VT
31 logo GAAR presents Rodgers & Hammerstein’s CAROUSEL
Time: 7:30 PM
Price: Child $15 Senior $20 Adult $30
Location: 81 Lauredon Ave., Greensboro, VT
Description: Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Carousel tells the story of the tragic romance between carousel barker Billy Bigelow and mill worker Julie Jordan. Based on Ferenc Molnar’s 1909 play Liliom, Carousel has been lauded as the greatest musical of the 20th Century by Time Magazine. The TONY™ Award Winning Musical features such famous numbers as, “If I Loved You,” “June Is Bustin’ Out All Over,” and “You’ll Never Walk Alone.” The Greensboro Arts Alliance & Residency’s production, directed by Associate Artistic Director Charles McAteer, features New York actors Kelly Pekar (Julie Jordan), Nina Riley (Nettie Fowler), and Jacey Powers (Carrie Pipperidge), as well as Vermont actors John Marshall (Billy Bigelow) Elye Alexander (Jigger Craigin), Brian Kilday (Enoch Snow), Krissie Ohlrogge (Mrs. Mullin), and Ed Donlon (Starkeeper/Dr. Seldon), among many others. This production also features the brilliant ballerina Bethany Lange (Louise) in the Act II pas de deux ballet. GAAR Music Director Justin Jacobs returns, assisted by Mark Violette (Musical Director for QNEK’s SUDS). Come see what Rodgers & Hammerstein regarded as their favorite creation: the great American musical, Carousel.
Extra Info: Tickets are available for purchase online, at Willey's Store and Hazendale Farm in Greensboro, and at the door. For more information contact Charles McAteer or Sabra Jones at 802-533-7487 or by email at info@greensboroartsalliance.com Visit our website: greensboroartsalliance.com