Artbits-June 9, 2022


Plan ahead. The Summer Sounds tradition continues on the lawn at the Highgate Arena. The 31st season of concerts will feature music, food, bouncy castles, drinks from 14th Star Brewing, and more. Read more


The Vermont Department of Health will close all free, state-run COVID-19 testing sites. This includes PCR testing and take-home tests at the state sites. The end comes as both federal funds for testing and demand for PCR testing declines. 30 Vermonters died from COVID-19 in May, making it the deadliest month of the BA.2 surge. Read more


Who is Irene Klein? The Montgomery Center for the Arts has a lifetime of work that was amazing and should be shown. Cold Hollow Sculpture Park reopen for an admission-free, immersive opportunity. Read more


River Arts offers the June Open Studio Figure Drawing plus Intro to Stained Glass with Dayna Sabatino. Learn Origami with Jason and Alissa at MAG. The Bryan Memorial Gallery hosts the two-day Clouds and Skies in Landscapes en Plein Air led by Douglas David. Read more


The PRIDE Drag Show, Hick Jam 2022, Seth Yacovone (twice), the Lloyd Tyler Band (also twice), the Hitmen, Jeff Shelley, Mark Abair unplugged, King Me, Phantom Airwaves, Maple and Hanson, Kyle Stevens, John Gratton and Andrew James, the Shady Trees, Dead Man’s Waltz, Multibeast, Gary Wade and Friends, the Lloyd Tyler Band, Conscious Roots, the Band, Lee Ross, Dale & Darcy, Strum Dumpster, the Chris Lyons Band, Ian Wade and Brian Laurie and Mr. Charlie, Beg, Steal or Borrow, the Old Man Garage Band, Bare Bones, John Gratton, the Donna Thunder Review, Troy Millette, Root 7, Boom City Improv all take a stage near you. Read more


The BFA-St. Albans Chorus, Armand Messier, Dick Van Dyke and the Dustbowl Revival, Howard Mitchell with John Cassel, Bobby Militello, the Burbeck brothers, Dave Ellis, Will Patton, and Mark Shelton stream almost live over an Internet connection near you. Read more


The Sheldon Historical Society Museum reopens its doors. Vermont Humanities presents Vermont’s Remarkable Sharpshooters with Howard Coffin live in Pratt Hall. Read more


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