Artbits-March 28, 2019

WORLD OPEN CHAINSAW SCULPTURE

The 35th anniversary World Open Chainsaw Sculpture Championship comes to the new Wild Adventures Theme Park on Water Tower Road. Chainsaw artists from around the world will turn simple logs into stunning works of art. Read more

ART FOR THE WALLS

The Artist in Residence and the St. Albans Museum host Mary Todd Lincoln, Eleanor Roosevelt, and Jackie Kennedy in a Women’s History Month Fundraiser. Read more

ART YOU CREATE

The Grind Cafe is ready to start the season off with a Spring Mug Paint’n’Sip. Twiggs hosts Mermaid Tail Splash with Paint Nite. Read more

IN THE SAC

The Swanton Arts Council hosts How to Have a Great Craft Show Experience. S.A.C. will also have a Board Meeting and Updates. Read more

FILM

14th Star Movie Nights continue in The Room. Tonight’s choices are Spaceballs, Monty Python, or Robin Hood: Men in Tights. Read more

STORYTELLING

Northwest Public Access continues the regular Storytelling Open Mic at the studio. With March winds blowing it’s time to tell tales of mystery and intrigue. Read more

YEAR OF THE SALMON WRITING SLAM

The Swanton Arts Council and the Missisquoi Wildlife Refuge invite writers to create the original screenplay The Year of the Salmon. The script will be completed in one day. Read more

ON STAGE LIVE

The Make-A-Wish Beat the Winter Blues Event, the Starline Rhythm Boys, S.A.S., Chris & Erica, the Shane Murley Band, the Balladeer & the Bluesman, Sticks & Stones, Bethany Conner and Troy Millette, the Robin Gottfried Band, Ukulele Shenanigan, Kai Jamil, Sean Jarvis, Chris Parker, Carol Ann Jones, the Contraband, Pappa Pete, and Tuesday Nights with Troy all take over stages near you. Read more

 

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