Artbits-August 19, 2021

BIG MUSIC WEEKS

The Big Music Weeks of Summer continue with Summer Sounds plus shows in 15 towns. Read more

SAVE THE DATE!

Save August 29 for the Summer Sounds surprise. We have a lot to celebrate and it’s a party with Jenni Johnson, Carol Ann Jones, and many more. Read more

SOUNDS OF SUMMER!

Desorcie’s Market presents Anderson-Gram on the new stage on the Highgate Arena lawn with an easy-going blend of folk, country, and bluegrass, with originals that paint pictures of everyday life. Read more

RESTART NEWS

Vermont reported 565 new cases last week; 12 of those were in Franklin County. The seven-day average test positivity rate jumped again to 3.1%, the highest it has been since February. Read more

ART ON THE WALLS

Cold Hollow Sculpture Park presents Beacon Fire by composer Matthew Evan Taylor and choreographer Laurel Jenkins backdropped by the large steel sculptures. Read more

ART TO BUY

The American Legion hosts the third annual Classic Car Show and Outdoor Craft Event with live music featuring Nobby Reed and more at Tinker’s Field. Read more

WORKSHOPS & CLASSES

The Milton Artists’ Guild will host Business Planning for Creatives with instructor Corrina Thurston. Patrick Murphy and Saint Albans Art Supply hosts an art class on a 19th Century Botanical illustration of a Lotus. River Arts’ Wednesday Night Live helps all ages complete art projects while local musicians play the stage. Read more

ON STAGE LIVE

Anderson-Gram, Carol Ann Jones (thrice) with Will Patton (twice), Jon Sochin, and Gary Spaulding, the Ben Patton Band, Joshua Glass, Southbound, the Nobby Reed Project (thrice), Shane’s Apothecary, the Duel, Band X, Jeff Shelly, the Jesse Taylor Band, Chris Lyon, the Shane Murley Band, the Fabulous Wrecks, Blue Rock Boys, Chris & Erica, Ava Speers and the Church Restoration Project, Kyle Stevens, the Lloyd Tyler Band, Dan Jarvis, Eleven, 8 Cuerdas, Bobby Chevalier, Cooie DeFrancesco and Adlai Waxman, Squirrel, the Hubcats all perform live on a stage near you. Read more

FRANKLIN COUNTY BOOKSHELF

Book sales rose last year because people were reading more. Read more

 

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