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May 2015
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Events for May 2015
2 logo The Sky Blue Boys: Banjo Dan and Brother Willy at The Music Box
Time: 8 pm
Price: $10, kids free
Location: The Music Box, 147 Creek Rd, Craftsbury, VT
Description: It's a venerable tradition as old as American music itself... Two fellows with a mandolin and guitar, a musical teamwork built of habit, their voices fused in the special blend produced by kinship. They were called "brothers duets," and during the 1930s and ’40s it was the predominant format in country music, practiced by now-legendary teams of brothers on radio stations and stage shows throughout the countryside. In Vermont, Dan and Willy Lindner, The Sky Blue Boys, have revived the tradition. Following the example of old-time duos such as The Blue Sky Boys, The Monroe Brothers and the Louvin Brothers they have built up a large repertoire of wonderful old ballads, parlor songs, heart songs and sacred numbers. Heeding their own musical instincts they have expanded the instrumentation to include a variety of acoustic instruments and added some newer songs including their own compositions. Country music like it used to be: old-time duets, parlor songs, gospel, instrumentals and more. Willy and Dan have played together for decades. They formed the celebrated Vermont bluegrass band Banjo Dan and the Mid-nite Plowboys in 1972 and have toured and recorded extensively in that context, as well as sitting in on shows and recording sessions for many of the region's top acoustic musicians. But never far from their hearts were the sounds they learned to love long ago - the simple moving sounds of the early "brothers duets." It's that clean, evocative sound The Sky Blue Boys now recreate for audiences throughout New England...a reminder of things past, and of things constant. Check them out at www.banjodan.com/skyblueboys.
Extra Info: For more information call 586-7533 or www.themusicboxvt.org or e-mail at themusicboxvt@yahoo.com.
2 logo Green Up Day
Time: 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Price: Free!
Location: Hardwick Fire Station
Description: Prize bottles! Creamies! Meet your neighbors and celebrate the end of a long winter. Give a few hours of service to our town by cleaning up the roadside litter. Help Hardwick put on it's best face for the sunny summertime.
2 Grow Your Own gathering
Time: 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Price: free, open to the public
Location: Atkins Field on Granite St. in Hardwick and/or the Center for an Agricultural Economy 140 Junction R
Description: Join us for a Grow Your Own gathering on the topic of wild edibles to be led by Erin Rosenthal and Lucian Avery. We will learn about, find, and eat some wild foods. Gatherings are free and open to the public, and children are welcome. But RSVP is mandatory and space is limited. To RSVP contact Hardwick Area Food Pantry Coordinator Ruby Dale-Brown at (802) 472-5940. Grow Your Own is a project of the pantry, the Center for an Agricultural Economy and NEK Kids on the Move.
Extra Info: Exact location is to be announced, so make sure to RSVP no later than April 30. See you there!
2 logo BirdWalk
Time: 7AM
Price: FREE!
Location: Trailhead at Hazen Union
Description: All ages and abilities welcome, this is a family friendly event. Walks generally last about two hours and meander through a portion of the Hardwick Trails. Today's leader will be Susan Sawyer.
Extra Info: Park in the lot at Hazen and gather by the trailhead kiosk. Walks will be held rain or shine. Call 472-6517 for additional information.
2 Green Up Day In East Hardwick
Time: 9 a.m. until 3 p.m.
Location: Caledonia Grange #9, East Hardwick (across from the Congregational Church)
Description: The Grange is hosting a collection station in East Hardwick this year. Grange members will collect bags and scrap metal then transfer them to the Hardwick collection point to save residents extra travel. Special treasure bottles will be placed around town. Anyone finding one will receive a special prize. Children bringing full bags will receive a coupon for a free creemee. Empty bags may be picked up at the Memorial Building through Friday, or at the Grange on Saturday. Statewide Green Up Day information is at: http://www.greenupvermont.org/
Extra Info: For more information contact Paul Fixx at 802-441-4599
4 Craftsbury Chamber Players Season Preview Concert
Time: 7:30
Price: by donatioin
Location: Greensboro United Church of Christ
Description: Schubert, JS Bach, Rachmaninoff Mary Rowell, violin Frances Rowell, cello Inessa Zanesky, piano
5 logo Reading & Book Signing by Sean Prentiss
Time: 7:00 p.m.
Price: Free
Location: The Galaxy Bookshop
Description: Sean Prentiss, author of Finding Abbey, will be at The Galaxy Bookshop to discuss his new book, which is both a travel memoir and creative biography of environmentalist and author Edward Abbey. The book details Prentiss's quest to discover the hidden desert grave of the legendary environmental writer, and his discoveries about Abbey, the American West, and himself along the journey.
Sean Prentiss lives in northern Vermont and teaches creative writing at Norwich University.

Extra Info: For more information, call 472-5533.
5 logo Friends of the Jeudevine Library
Time: 5:15 PM
Location: Jeudevine Memorial Library, 93 North Main ST, Hardwick
Description: Come join the Friends of the Jeudevine Library and help the library with its plans for Spring Festival and programs this summer and next fall. There will be some refreshments! Come help your local library! For more information call the Jeudevine Library at 472-5948.
6 logo Book to film program. The book is Charlotte Grey by Sebastian Faulkes at Jeudevine
Time: 7 PM
Location: Jeudevine Memorial Library, 93 North Main ST, Hardwick
Description: In blacked-out, wartime London, Charlotte Gray develops a dangerous passion for a battle-weary RAF pilot, and when he fails to return from a daring flight into France she is determined to find him. In the service of the Resistance, she travels to the village of Lavaurette, dyeing her hair and changing her name to conceal her identity. Here she will come face-to-face with the harrowing truth of what took place during Europe's darkest years, and will confront a terrifying secret that threatens to cast its shadow over the remainder of her days. The film stars Cate Blanchett and Michael Gambon. Read the book, see the film (You can just come to the film). There will be cider and popcorn!
Extra Info: More info: 472-5948.
9 logo BirdWalk
Time: 7AM
Price: FREE!
Location: Trailhead at Hazen Union
Description: All ages and abilities welcome, this is a family friendly event. Walks generally last about two hours and meander through a portion of the Hardwick Trails. Today's leader will be Lucian Avery.
Extra Info: Park in the lot at Hazen and gather by the trailhead kiosk. Walks will be held rain or shine. Call 472-6517 for additional information.
9 logo BIKE TUNE-UP! at Jeudevine Library
Time: 10 AM to noon
Price: Free
Location: Jeudevine Memorial Library, 93 North Main ST, Hardwick
Description: Bring you bikes to the back of the library and Emmett Avery (who works at Chuck’s Bikes in Morrisville) and his helper Ezra Gorelick will help you tune-up your bicycle for the season. They will have tools. All you have to do is show up with your bike!
Extra Info: For more info call 472-5948.
11 logo Reading & Book Signing by Kristina Baer
Time: 6:00 p.m.
Price: Free
Location: The Galaxy Bookshop
Description: Author Kristina Baer will talk about fiction writing and read from her new novel, Minerva’s Fox, which tells the story of Malorie Ellsworth, who survives the dark places of young adulthood and becomes a wife, step-mother, and garden designer in a village in southern Vermont. Kristina Baer was born in Montpelier, Vermont, and now lives in Monterey, California, with her husband.
Proceeds from the sales of Minerva’s Fox will be donated to The Jeudevine Memorial Library.

Extra Info: For more information, call 472-5533
11 Artist Talk: Joelen Mulvaney
Time: 6 pm
Price: Free
Location: The Masonic Hall Craftsbury Village
Description: Joelen Mulvaney's exhibit 'Tree People Hiding in Plain Sight' is currently up at The Sterling College Trustee's Room. May 11th Mulvaney will be discussing her work and its focus on representing moments in Native American History through abstract painting. Talk will be held at The Masonic Hall in Craftsbury
Extra Info: For more information call 586.2200 or email director@vermontartscouncil.org
13 logo “Slow N’ Steady’s Appalachian Trail Adventure: 2189 Miles”
Time: 6:30 PM
Price: Free
Location: Jeudevine Memorial Library, 93 North Main ST, Hardwick
Description: : Janet Steinert’s presentation: “Slow N’ Steady’s: Appalachian Trail Adventure: 2189 Miles” Facing retirement at 62, Janet “Slow N’ Steady” Steinert set out to complete the 2186 mile trek from Georgia to Maine. Her goal was to hike the entire Appalachian Trail. She completed the trail, but her goal changed as she traveled through her journey of a lifetime. Hear about her adventures, her challenges and her joys as she struggled to fulfill her dream of hiking the Appalachian Trail. There will be light refreshments.
Extra Info: For more information call the library at 472-5948.
13 Onion River Chorus brings baroque program to Hardwick May 16
Time: 7:30 PM
Price: Admission at the door is $15, $10 for students and seniors,
Location: Hardwick Town House
Description: Montpelier’s Onion River Chorus presents the first ever Vermont performances of two baroque masterworks, Jan Zelenka’s Missa Dei Filii and Antonio Lotti’s Dixit Dominus: Saturday, May 16, 7:30 PM at the Hardwick Town House. Admission at the door is $15, $10 for students and seniors, $30 for families. Directed by Larry Gordon, the performances will feature an orchestra of baroque period instruments, including trumpet, oboes, strings and continuo, plus vocal soloists Lindsey Warren and Allison Mills. Jan Dismas Zelenka (1679-1745), who spent most of his life in Dresden, is one of the great baroque composers whose works are only recently being published in modern editions and being performed. Both Bach and Handel owned copies of some of his works and held him in high regard. His Missa Dei Fillii, one of his last great masses, is perhaps his most extravagant composition. It is a 50 minute work, but consists only of a Kyrie and Gloria. But the Gloria features extraordinary florid extended chorus numbers, magnificent solo arias and great instrumental writing. The two outer movements - no. 4 “Gloria in excelsis deo,” with quotations from the Gregorian chant melody, and no. 10 “Cum sancto spiritu,” are both set on a colossal scale and are related to each other both in substance and in form. The closing fugue no. 10 not only takes up the vehement “Laudamus te, benedicimus te, adoramus te, glorificamus te” from the opening chorus no. 4 as its counter subject, but it also leads back into the radiant and virtuoso refrain of no.4. The work as a whole demands brilliant virtuosity from all the singers and instrumentalists. The Italian composer Antonio Lotti (1667-1740) was famous throughout Europe during his lifetime. He spent several years working for the court in Dresden and many of his works were preserved and performed there, where Zelenka became familiar with them. His Dixit Dominus, written for St. Mark’s in Venice, is a wonderfully celebratory piece, setting each verse of the Psalm in highly contrasting styles and with different combinations of voices (up to seven parts) and instruments including trumpet.
Extra Info: Since its founding in 1978 Onion River Chorus has consistently offered unusual programs of music from all periods, particularly championing lesser known renaissance and baroque repertoire. The choir is un-auditioned and welcomes any interested singers. New singers are invited to join for the fall program of Spanish renaissance Christmas music which begins rehearsal the Monday after Labor Day. For more information contact David Grundy, 476-4300 or visit the choir website: www.onionriverchorus.org
14 Hardwick Area Community Justice Center Citizens' Advisory Board Meeting
Time: 6:00PM
Location: Memorial Building, 3rd Floor
Description: Quarterly meeting of the volunteer Citizens' Advisory Board that includes program reports and discussion about the direction of the Justice Center. All are welcome to attend!
14 logo "Poetry: Special or Ordinary?" - Guest Speaker David Budbill
Time: 7:00 p.m.
Price: Free
Location: The Galaxy Bookshop
Description: Poet David Budbill will deliver a talk entitled “Poetry: Special or Ordinary?” as part of the Sun Dog Poetry Center’s Poets and their Craft Lecture Series. This lecture is to be followed by a discussion between David and the audience.
Sun Dog Poetry Center, a non-profit charitable organization focused on supporting poets and promoting poetry throughout Vermont, presents a new state-wide original poetry lecture series entitled Poets and Their Craft. The series consists of ten individual events, free and open to the public, at a selection of independent bookstores throughout Vermont, beginning April 3, 2015 and concluding on October 8, 2015.

Extra Info: For more information, call 472-5533.
15 WORD!CRAFT-Experimental Art Rhymes at The Art House in Craftsbury, VT
Time: 6:30-9 PM
Price: Free, but accept donations
Location: The Art House in the Masonic Hall on 34 South Craftsbury Rd., Craftsbury, VT
Description: WORD!CRAFT, a spoken word, hip hop, participatory experience for all ages featuring poetry and rhymes on Friday, May 15th, 7:00 p.m., at The Art House in the Masonic Hall on 34 South Craftsbury Rd., Craftsbury, VT. The first half of the evening is devoted to spoken word and the second half to hip hop, including written pieces and a freestyle cypher, where each participant follows the next in a continuous, improvised flow. This month's theme is "Growing", so whatever that means to you, bring it in written and/or improvised verse. You can also just come to listen and support lyrical artists! Open mic sign up will begin at 6:30 p.m. Suggested donation $5/person at the door. No one turned away due to a lack of funds!
16 logo BirdWalk
Time: 7AM
Price: FREE!
Location: Trailhead at Hazen Union
Description: All ages and abilities welcome, this is a family friendly event. Walks generally last about two hours and meander through a portion of the Hardwick Trails. Today's leader will be Gail Johnson.
Extra Info: Park in the lot at Hazen and gather by the trailhead kiosk. Walks will be held rain or shine. Call 472-6517 for additional information.
16 logo Plant Sale, Yard Sale, Book Sale, Bake Sale at the Craftsbury Public Library
Time: 9:00-1:00
Location: Craftsbury Public Library
Description: The annual Craftsbury Public Library Plant Sale, Yard Sale, Book Sale, and Bake Sale will be held on Saturday, May 16 from 9AM-1PM. The sale will be held in the basement of the Church on the Common and also in the library. With good weather, we'll set up outside on the lawn, too. Over the years, the plant sale has grown into a large event, with a fine assortment of plants. There is an excellent selection of perennial plants, donated by neighbors and reliably hardy in this area. There are also usually some great shrubs and small trees such as lilacs, forsythia, and hydrangea. There will be an array of tomato plants from the High Mowing Seeds greenhouse, plus other vegetable, annual, and herb starts. Linda Wells and Susan O'Connell will be on hand to offer advice on the best plants for your setting. The book sale will feature lots of great books at great prices, including new fiction, mysteries, cook books, how-to, and children's books. There will be a wide assortment of yard sale treasures including some furniture, and there will be a baked goods table with treats of all sorts plus sandwiches for sale. The library is also gratefully accepting donations of plants, books, baked goods and yard sale items. Items can be dropped off at the library anytime. Please contact the library at 586-9683 if you have questions.
16 Reading: Shelagh Connor Shapiro
Time: 5 pm
Price: By Donation
Location: The Art House Cultural Center - The Masonic Hall in Craftsbury Village
Description: "What happens when a world-famous rock band attracts thousands of fans to a little town in northern Vermont? Shelagh Connor Shapiro imagines the consequences in her novel, "Shape of the Sky."- NCPR Review: Betsy Kepes Join The Art House for a Reading & Book Signing with Shelagh Connor Shapiro
Extra Info: Questions? Call 802.586.2200 Email director@vermontarthouse.org
16 Kiwanis Bicycle Safety Day
Time: 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Price: FREE
Location: Behind the Hardwick Fire Station on Wolcott Street
Description: FREE Bike Inspections and FREE Bike Helmets for KIDS K - 12 in Hardwick Area (Hardwick, Woodbury, Greensboro and Walden) Parent(s) please accompany kids under 14 Professional mechanics will do inspections and make needed adjustments and small repairs FREE Kiwanis members will give out FREE Bike Helmets and help adjust them for good fit RAIN OR SHINE
Extra Info: Sponsored by Kiwanis Club of Hardwick call Dave Dow at 472 - 6835 if you have questions
18 Springfest vendor deadline
Time: 5 p.m.
Price: $45
Location: Atkins Field on Granite Street in Hardwick
Description: Hardwick's Springfest celebration, parade, Kiwanis chicken barbecue, and much more, is coming soon: May 23. The Center for an Agricultural Economy (CAE) still has room in the Sustainability Tent at Atkins Field for local food vendors, nonprofits, renewable energy businesses and anyone else promoting sustainability. Please contact Community Projects Coordinator Bethany M. Dunbar by May 18. bethany@hardwickagriculture.org or (802) 472-5362 ext. 204. See you there!
19 logo "Medicinal Herb Farmer" Book Signing and Talk
Time: 7 p.m.
Price: Free
Location: The Galaxy Bookshop
Description: Tuesday, May 19th, at 7 p.m., The Galaxy Bookshop will host a book talk and signing by Jeff and Melanie Carpenter, owners of Zack Woods Herb Farm in Hyde Park and co-authors of The Organic Medicinal Herb Farmer, published this spring by Chelsea Green. The book is a complete guide to growing, harvesting, processing, selling, and marketing medicinal herbs, from two experts in the field.
Extra Info: Call 472-5533
20 CRAFTSBURY ENERGY COMMITTEE SUSTAINABLE ENERGY FAIR
Time: 7:00-8:30 pm
Location: Craftsbury Public Library
Description: The Craftsbury Energy Committee is sponsoring a free Sustainable Energy Fair on Wednesday, May 20, from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at the Craftsbury Public Library. Information on Ground Source and Air-to-Air Heat Pumps, Weatherization, Energy Star Construction, Spray Foam, Cellulose, SIPS, Heat Recovery Ventilation Units, Passive Solar Heat Gain, Solar Electric, Solar Hot Water, Solar Air Heat Panels, Electric and Hybrid Cars, Net-Zero Energy Building Design, Radiant Floor Heating, Bio fuels, etc. Suncommon will have information about how you can go solar with no upfront costs. SunCommon’s mission is to tear down the barriers to renewable energy by making it easy and affordable for all Vermonters to go solar.
20 Arming the Union: Vermont Gunmakers & the Technology that Shaped America
Time: 7pm
Price: FREE
Location: Woodbury Community Library
Description: During the Civil War, the Union army fielded more than two million men, most of them armed with newly made, highly accurate rifles. In this illustrated lecture, historian and museum curator Carrie Brown explores the critical role that Vermont played in producing technology that won the war and changed American life and popular culture even after the war ended. Hosted by Friends of Woodbury Library (FOWL) with support from a Vermont Humanities Council speaker’s grant. Free.
Extra Info: Light refreshments. for more information contact Elizabeth Hansen (802) 456-1630
22 Greensboo Nursing Home Bake Sale
Time: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m
Price: 0
Location: in front of Tops Market in Hardwick
Description: A wonderful staff sponsored bake sale to raise funds for the residents.
22 Greensboro Nursing Home Bake Sale
Time: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m
Location: in front of Tops Market in Hardwick
Description: Wonderful Goodies for a wonderful cause!
Extra Info: Contact Rhonda Lewis for more information or to make a donation rlewis@gnhvt.org
23 logo BirdWalk
Time: 7AM
Price: FREE!
Location: Trailhead at Hazen Union
Description: All ages and abilities welcome, this is a family friendly event. Walks generally last about two hours and meander through a portion of the Hardwick Trails. Today's leader will be Marie LaPre Grabon.
Extra Info: Park in the lot at Hazen and gather by the trailhead kiosk. Walks will be held rain or shine. Call 472-6517 for additional information.
23 logo SPRING FESTIVAL BOOK SALE AND BAKE SALE!
Time: 9 AM TO 2 PM
Location: Jeudevine Memorial Library, 93 North Main ST, Hardwick
Description: The Friends of the Jeudevine and the library have their annual book sale and refreshment table during the parade and after. The Friends will also have a float in the parade. The Friends, staff and Library Trustees would love to have your help! We need bakers and float helpers and book sale help. If you want to help please call the library at 472-5948.
23 Hardwick Kiwanis Spring Festival
Time: 9-4
Price: Free
Location: Hardwick, VT
Description: Kiwanis Spring Festival is a daylong celebration of spring in Hardwick. The event is Coordinated by Hardwick Kiwanis Club. Joining in the fun are The Center for an Agricultural Economy, Heart of Vermont Chamber of Commerce and several other businesses, individuals and organizations. The day starts with a 5K Run, a Main Street parade at 11am and festivities continue at Atkins Field on Granite St. for outdoor exhibitors/vendors fair, crafts fair, rides, games and food until 4pm, ending the day with fireworks at dusk.
23 Solar Bouncy House at Spring Festival
Time: 11:30-3 pm
Location: Atkins Field
Description: SunCommon is bringing our solar-powered bouncy house to Spring Festival! Look for us on Atkins Field at the Sustainability Tent. We will have a table next to the bouncy house with information about how to go solar with no upfront cost. Come learn about solar options now available in Caledonia county!
Extra Info: For more information, call or email Ellen Gershun: 802-560-5182; ellen@suncommon.com
23-24 Open Studio Weekend at Jennifer Ranz's Greensboro Barn
Time: 10-5pm
Price: free
Location: Greensboro Barn, 491 Country Club Rd. Greensboro
Description: Sat. and Sun. May 23 & 24th 10am-5pm Open Studio at Jennifer Ranz's Greensboro Barn. Hot out of the kiln...I have been working with clay for nearly 40 years and enjoy transforming it into a variety of shapes that become sometimes decorative, whimsical but almost always functional. My unique porcelain jewelry undergoes multiple steps before completion and is comfortable and enjoyable to wear. My watercolors depict the visual richness of the changing seasons, pastoral settings, the character of local architecture and the color and moods of everyday life in the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont. My home, studio and shop, which is open all year round, are in the magnificent restored historic 1880s Greensboro Barn. Everyone is welcome.
Extra Info: The Greensboro Barn, 491 Country Club Road, Greensboro, VT 05841. (802) 533-9281.Less than a mile from Willey's Store and the only barn on Country Club Road!
29-30 Hardwick Elementary School and REACH! present, live on stage: ANNIE, jr.
Time: Friday, May 29th at 7:00 pm and Saturday, May 30th at 2:00
Price: $5/adult, $3/child (under 12)
Location: Hardwick Town House (additional parking at the Town Garage)
Description: Students at Hardwick Elementary School REACH! have been working all Winter and Spring to prepare for this Musical. Tickets will be on sale at the Hardwick Elementary School Front Desk. Space is limited so buy your ticket early! If you have any questions please contact Erica Baker at ebaker@ossu.org or 472-5411.
30 logo Origami with Miya Cline
Time: 2 PM
Price: Free
Location: Jeudevine Memorial Library, 93 North Main ST, Hardwick
Description: For those who like to create beauty from paper alone! Come to this workshop and practice the art of Japanese paper folding. Paper will be provided. Sign-up by calling 472-5948.
30 Plant Swap
Time: 10:30-1:00
Price: free
Location: Caledonia Grange #9 East Hardwick VT 88 East Church St, East Hardwick, Vermont 05836
Description: The Swap Sisters' annual plant swap is coming a little earlier this year! Join us May 30 from 10:30-1:00 at the Caledonia Grange #9, 88 East Church St, East Hardwick. The Swap Sisters will be on the lawn in front of the Grange with plants to share. Everyone is welcome to take some plants home. If you have extra plants to bring along please make sure they are labeled and disease free. All types of plants are welcome; from annual vegetable and flower starts to perennial flowers, fruits and tubers. Stick around for the Children's Parade starting at 11am with festivities to follow.
Extra Info: for more info email swapsisters@gmail.com or call 802-755-6336
30 East Hardwick Children's Parade
Time: 10:30 am
Location: East Hardwick, Hardwick Chiropractic Parking Lot, School Circle
Description: The East Hardwick Children's Parade will be held Saturday, May 30th. Line up begins at 10:30 in the Hardwick Chiropractic parking lot. All area kids are welcome and encouraged to dress in costumes, decorate their bikes, make a float, or bring their pets. The parade starts at 11:00 and travels through "downtown" East Hardwick, ending at the East Hardwick Congregational Church where awards will be made and all marchers will get free ice cream.
Extra Info: Directions: Hardwick Chiropractic is located on School Circle in East Hardwick, but can also be accessed via their driveway on Route 16. Parking has once again been offered at the adjacent Hill Group of Vermont parking lot, 1823 VT 16. (Please keep the access to the garage doors clear.) The East Hardwick Children's Parade is sponsored by the East Hardwick Congregational Church, the Caledonia Grange #9, and the local community. For more information, call Dave Gross at 472-3139.
30 Plant Swap
Time: 10:00 am - Noon
Location: Caledonia Grange #9, Church Street, East Hardwick Village
Description: Don't miss the annual plant swap at Caledonia Grange #9.