Artbits-October 26, 2023

FILM

The Opera House at Enosburg Falls presents the Rocky Horror Picture Show with a live shadow cast. Something spooky has this way gotten with the 11th annual Northwest Nightmares Film Festival. Read more

ART ON THE WALLS

Bryan Memorial Gallery fearures Nature Through Abstraction with artist Steve Clark’s Cows at Home. Read more

ART FOR SALE

14th Star holds the weekly Maker’s Market with local crafters and makers. Read more

ART YOU CREATE

The Milton Artists’ Guild has back-to-back events: Sylvia Oblak leads the Paint and Sip- Hocus Pocus and then Neon Glow Paint and Sip. Montgomery Center for the Arts has a Date Night Paint and Sip with Patrick Murphy. River Arts hosts the in-person, October Paint & Sip Foliage in Watercolor with Yvette “Evie” Mason. Read more

CREATIVE NETWORK

The Vermont Creative Network has named Corrina Thurston as Zone Agent for the Chittenden County Zone. She will lead the work of VCN regionally. Read more

FESTIVALS AND SHOWS

Spooky Saturday takes over Downtown for pumpkin decorating, witches dancing, a costume contest, spooky organ music, exhibits coming to life, and the Nightmare at City Hall. Read more

HUMANITIES

Osher continues with Kelly Viens to discuss the St. Albans Recreation Department and Hard’ack Recreation Area. Isaac Bashaw will introduce the year round community programming at Hard’ack Pool. Read more

WORKSHOPS & CLASSES

Social Sunday continues with a different project. Alex Foltz broadcasts his season finale, an outdoor oil painting lesson in Bakersfield. Read more

COVID NEWS

COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations, and deaths have trended up statewide since August. Read more

ON STAGE LIVE

HalloQueen, Adlai Waxman, Left Eye Jump, the Wrecks, Staircase¬†24, Kyle Stevens, Sticks & Stones, Jim Branca, Tom Buckley, Chuck Eller, Matty Nerbak, Terry Youk, the Stragglers, Barbie-N-Bones, the Smokey New field Project, the Grippo Funk Band, Al’s Pals, the All Night Boogie Band, Desmond O’Neil, and Jamie Lee Thurston and Co. all light up the stage at a venue near you this week. Read more

FRANKLIN COUNTY BOOKSHELF

Lt. Gov. David Zuckerman and other special guests read banned books at The Eloquent Page. Read more

 

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