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Events for March 2014
Family Potluck and Fun Night
St. Norbert Church Julien Room, S. Main St., Hardwick
PRE-LENT FAMILY FUN NIGHT-Potluck and game night at Saturday, March 1 at 5 p.m. (following the 4 p.m. Mass). Bring a dish to share and your favorite board game or cards and enjoy an evening of fellowship with your neighbors and friends.
Sponsored by the Catholic Daughters of the Americas Court St. Veronica #1273. For more information, contact Doris 223-5477 or Jeannine 586-2899.
Atlantic Crossing plays at The Music Box
$10 general, $8 students and seniors, kids free
The Music Box, 147 Creek Rd, Craftsbury
For over 18 years, the Vermont band Atlantic Crossing has been thrilling concert audiences and contra-dancers with traditional songs and acoustic instrumental music from New England - music which has deep Celtic roots in the British Isles and in French & Maritime Canada - together with original compositions inspired by these traditions. For many years, Atlantic Crossing have been accepted to the Vermont Arts Council's juried artists register, a selection of the state's best artists. With a reputation as an in-demand contra dance band, Atlantic Crossing have toured widely in the US and beyond, and have played at many of the major dance series as well as at festivals and dance weekends nationwide. Atlantic Crossing have appeared at numerous festivals, concert series, and on Public Radio. They now have five recordings on CD, as well as a compilation of sets of dance tunes available on CD. The band members are: Viveka Fox (fiddle, bodhran, djembe), Peter Macfarlane (fiddle, low whistle, vocals), Tristan Henderson (mandolins, tenor banjo, foot percussion, vocals), and Rick Klein (guitar, vocals). Listen to some of their tunes and find out more about them at www.atlanticcrossingvt.com.
More info at www.themusicboxvt.org or 586-7533.
Contra Dance Hardwick
5:30 Potluck; 6:30 Dance
Admission by sliding scale individuals $5-15; families $10-2
Caledonia Grange #9 -- East Hardwick
Traditional New England Contra Dance as part of Hardwick's Second Saturdays dance series. Local favorites American Toad will pamper dancers with fine old time fiddle tunes. Dancers who bring their own plates and utensils along with their potluck dish get bragging rights and gold forehead stars.
The Caledonia Grange is the oldest continuously operated grange in Vermont. Come add a new chapter to its history with us. Admission by sliding scale: individual $5-15; family $10-25. For more information or to volunteer contact Alana Considine at 472-5584.
Saturday, MARCH 15th ~ Church Dinner ~ Family Favorites
4:30 pm - 6:30 pm No Reservations required
$8.00 a person; Ages 5 yrs old & under are free.
Calais Woodbury United Church in South Woodbury: Big White Church in South Woodbury
Saturday, March 15th Dinner served at the Calais Woodbury United Church (the big white church) in South Woodbury. No Reservations Required Menu: FAMILY Favorites. Something for everyone! Time: 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm We look forward to seeing you!
Location: South Woodbury - Route 14 Calais Woodbury United Church in South Woodbury Questions: Mary: 456-8181 Church #: 232-1013
8.00 ADULTS, 4.00 CHILDREN 5-12, FREE 4 & UNDER
UNITED CHURCH IN HARDWICK - SOUTH MAIN ST
ANNUAL EVENT - YOUR CHOICE OF MEAT SAUCE, MEATLESS SAUCE, GARLIC BUTTER, INCLUDES SALAD BAR, GARLIC BREAD AND VARIETY OF HOMEMADE DESSERTS
Book to Film Series: Snow Falling on Cedars by David Guterson
Jeudevine Memorial Library, 93 N. Main St, Hardwick, VT 05843
Carl, a fisherman in the waters off Washington state, has been found dead, drowned in his own nets, but with a serious head wound. Was he murdered? Post-war anti-Japanese sentiments are still running high, and a murder suspect is found in the local Japanese-American community in the form of Kabuo, another fisherman, who had a grudge against Carl's family. Ishmael, the small town's newspaperman, may have the information that would acquit Kabuo, but can he ever put his jilted love for Hatsue (Kazuo's wife) aside? Pick up copies of the book at the library. Popcorn and cider provided the night of the program.
For more info call 472-5948.