Artbits-September 30, 2021

TAILGATE PARTY

Swanton will hold a Tailgate Paint ‘n’ Chow Party with lunch and painting and corn hole and bocce and more. Read more

RESTART NEWS

All state of Vermont employees must either be vaccinated or wear a mask and test and every school but one in the state has a masking requirement. Franklin County reported 113 new cases in the last week. Read more

ART ON THE WALLS

The Artist In Residence Gallery features Cherie Marshall, Sally Tarr, and Deborah Travis. Vermont’s Fall Open Studio Weekend is taking COVID precautions for a safe chance to tour artists’ studios throughout the state. The AIR Gallery, and the Milton Artists Guild Susie Caron, Carol Crawford, Sherry Corbin, Toby Fulwiler, Meta Strick, Ellen A. Thompson, and a host of other statewide participants are taking part. Read more

WORKSHOPS & CLASSES

River Arts hosts Catching Fire–An Intro to Wood Burning/ Pyrography with Wolf Whitney. Read more

IN THE SAC

The Swanton Arts Council will hold a Board Meeting and Updates in person at the Swanton Free Public Library. Read more

ON STAGE LIVE

The Totally 80s, Totally Murder murder mystery, George Murtie (twice), Eleven (also twice), the Duncan Macleod Trio, Jerborn, Dave Miller, the Wormdogs, the Chris Lyon Band, the Dave Keller Band, the Tim Brick Acoustic Duo, the Nobby Reed Project, Banjo Dan Lindner with Songs and Spirits, and Shake all take over a stage near you. Read more

FRANKLIN COUNTY BOOKSHELF

Banned books week continues through Saturday. This year’s theme is the benefit of unrestricted reading and the harms of censorship. Read more

 

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