Artbits-March 16, 2023


The 29th Home & Recreation Exposition with free admission takes over the Collins-Perley Sports and Fitness Center. 100% of the profits go to support the Rotary charitable work in this community. Read more


COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations remained generally low over the last week but four more deaths brought us to 929 Vermonters who have died of COVID-19. Franklin County has lost 87 residents to the disease. Read more


River Arts hosts the in-person, March Paint & Sip: Vermont Inspired Landscapes. The Milton Artists’ Guild hosts a Pearl Bubble Bracelet workshop with Paule Galle. Awaken Yoga and Creative Arts Studio host a Northern Lights Paint & Pizza Party. Read more


Kwai. The Vermont Abenaki Artists Association and Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park have begun a new series to introduce the Abenaki Word of the Week. The VAAA and Vermont Humanities present Kwanitekw Sustainer of Life with Matt Devine, Darlene Kascak, Vera Longtoe-Sheehan, and Kathy Urffer. Osher continues the weekly program series with Garrett Graff to discuss the State of US Politics, from the 2022 Midterms to the 2024 Election. Read more


Bryan Memorial Gallery hosts a pair of workshops: the Bryan Figure Drawing Session and Annelein Beukenkamp leads Florals & Faces. Social Sundays continue at the MAG Art Center. The Swanton Arts council hosts Barn Quilt Painting with Marie Speer. Read more


The Shane Murley Band, Third Shift, 90 Proof, She Was Right, Last Kid Picked, Eleven, the Rough Suspects, the WD-40s, Carol Ann Jones, Blues for Breakfast, Barbie-N-Bones, and Troy Millette play live in a venue near you. Read more


Virtual music and events continue with Carol Ann Jones and a barefoot Mark Shelton. Read more


The Swanton Arts Council Writers’ Group meets in person at the library to share progress and to discuss longer projects and more. The Swanton Free Public Library monthly book club, But I Progress, focuses particularly on Women of Color and nonbinary women. Read more


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