Artbits-November 24, 2021

Happy Thanksgiving, everyone!


The week long Festival of Trees ushers in the holiday season with volunteer-run community events to raise funds for local food charities and provide free family and cultural entertainment. The activities, holiday Paint & Sip, music, movies at the Welden, story hours, performances at City hall, and more begin with the Downtown Holiday Tree Walk. Read more


“I want to reiterate how important it is for Vermonters to use common sense and take precautions as we approach the holidays,” Gov. Phil Scott said. The Covid-19 “test-to-stay” program has saved over 500 student learning days so far in Franklin Northeast but case counts are still up around the state. Read more


Bryan Memorial Gallery continues Let’s Find Out. Artist Susan Larkin is featured this week. The new Village Frame Shoppe PictureIT Online Design Studio promotion is good only on orders received before Black Friday. Read more


Black Friday and Cyber Monday are the two day, 25% Off sale on “Vermont Wall Art” that includes mine from Fine Art America. Milton Artists’ Guild and the Artist In Residence Gallery feature extraordinary works by Franklin County and surrounding area artists. The Relay for Life Craft Show takes over City Hall. SAC holds the 2021 Handmade Holiday Craft Show. Creative heART Counseling hosts a Small Business Saturday Craft Event. 14th Star holds the Small Business Saturday Sip & Shop. Peoples Trust Company has a Local Artist Holiday Shopping Extravaganza with Claire Payne, David Brueckner, Matthew Bode and Jessica Sweeney. Read more


Twiggs hosts a Holiday Paint & Sip – Festival of Trees Style with artist Katherine Hartson. Read more


The Swanton Microbusiness Group meets at the Swanton Free Public Library for anyone starting or growing a microbusiness, side hustle, start-up, or sideline in Swanton. Read more


Shake the Trio, Bare Bones and Barbie-N-Bones, Eleven, the Duel, Nighthawk, Peter Wayne Burton, the Dirty Looks Band, Ron Gagnon, Bobby Cee, Quadra, the Phil Abair Band with Keeghan Nolan, Mr. French all perform live on a stage near you. Read more


First Wednesday programming offers several arts-related talks via the Vermont Humanities Zoom Channel including Learning Hidden History with Picture books and Graphic Novels with Dr. Laura Jimenez, Vermont Humor with Bill Mares and Don Hooper, and What Inspires the Mind to Create with Geza Tatrallyay. Read more


Regular visitors may not have been able to “find All Arts on Facebook” this week; the social media platform “unpublished” us. Read more


This entry was posted in Art & Exhibitions, Art You Create, ArtBits, Arts Councils, Festivals, Film, Humanities, Music, News, Paint-n-Sip, Shopping. Bookmark the permalink.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

I accept that my given data and my IP address is sent to a server in the USA only for the purpose of spam prevention through the Akismet program.More information on Akismet and GDPR.