Artbits-May 30, 2024

MILK FROM MOO TO YOU

June is National Dairy Month! The 68th Vermont Dairy Festival takes over downtown Enosburg Falls with music and entertainment, the Dairy Scholarship Pageant, Fireworks, pig races, and one of Vermont’s largest parades. Read more

ART ON THE WALLS

The 2024 Jeffersonville Art Jam brings music and art everywhere in downtown Jeffersonville with the Northern Vermont Artists Association 93rd June Juried Show, the Vermont Fiddle Orchestra, a sidewalk art fest, gallery shows, and more. Bryan Memorial Gallery features Rosalie Sidoti. The Vermont Abenaki Artists Association showcases Lori Lambert. Read more

ART FOR SALE

The First Sundays Flea & Farmers Market fills the Opera House with artists and handmade/hand-produced crafts and goods. Read more

ART YOU CREATE

Once Upon A Rock joins the Holy Walkamolies Relay For Life team with a Pebble Art Fundraiser. Read more

CREATIVE NETWORK

The Vermont Creative 2024 Creative Sector Convening happens in downtown Bellows Falls on June 6. Read more

HUMANITIES

Elizabeth Powell will have Words in the Woods in a Vermont Humanities program at Knight Point State Park. Admission is free. Storyteller Eugene Rich tells Abenaki Stories at Grand Isle State Park. Read more

WORKSHOPS & CLASSES

Social Sunday continues at the Milton Artists’ Guild Art Center with free weekly art classes for families. River Arts offers Painting Pastoral, with Vermont artist Yvette “Evie” Mason. The Bryan Memorial Gallery offers a Cartooning Class with Robert Waldo Brunelle Jr. Read more

COVID NEWS

COVID-19 is still here. Two of my friends were infected at a dinner party. Keep your guard up. Read more

ON STAGE LIVE

The Bettenroo Duo (twice), NightHawk, Sticks and Stones, Carol Ann Jones, B-Town, the Devon McGarry Band, Sanctuary, Jim Branca, Jacob Green, the Buck Hollers, Ryan Hanson, Sister Speak, Bad Horsey, Lawless, Jacqueline Schwab, Ernestine Tuyishime, Christine Aziza, Tony Pietricola, Bob Gagnon, and Julia Parent all perform live at a venue near you. Read more

FRANKLIN COUNTY BOOKSHELF

The Bent Northop Memorial Library June Book Sale starts this week. The Eloquent Page introduces St. Albans writer Tamara Mathieu to discuss and sign her memoir, All Who Believed. Read more

 

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