Posts filed under: Arts & Entertainment

Milk & Honey Quilters’ Guild offers raffle quilt

Submitted by former Charlotter Lisa Patton Once again the Milk & Honey Quilters’ Guild is preparing for a quilt show, and the first item on the agenda was to make...

Save the date for The Red Balloon Reunion

Submitted by Barbara Lawrence Hello Old Friends! You are invited to a Red Balloon Reunion. Please save the date! When: 2 p.m. on Saturday, August 5 Where: Red Balloon at...

Flying Pig celebration of Vermonter Jason Chin’s new book

Staff report Author and artist Jason Chin will read from his new book, Grand Canyon, and sign copies at 11 a.m. at the Flying Pig Bookstore on Feb. 25. Chin,...

A Maasai cultural event popped up at the Barn House

Staff report A Maasai cultural pop-up event took place in the Barn House at the Clemmons Family Farm on Jan. 22. Special guest Daniel ole Iree presented. He is an...

BCA features Charlotte photographer

Staff report Folks gathered on Jan. 6 to view portraits of the Visiting Nurse Association Family Room community photographed by Charlotter Steve Mann. The BCA event took place at City...

4th Annual Local Legends Concert at CVU

Staff report The 4th annual Local Legends Concert will be held at 7 p.m. at Champlain Valley Union High School on Jan. 27. The Will Patton Quartet, Patti Casey and...

Endangered alphabets presented by Tim Brookes

Staff report You are cordially invited to the first-ever open-house exhibition of the Endangered Alphabets Project from 2 to 8 p.m. at 1212 Thompsons Point Road on Sunday, Nov. 27....

Charlotte’s Philo Ridge Farm welcomes Farm to Ballet again on July 16

The first of eight statewide performances of the Farm to Ballet Project will traipse across the green fields of Charlotte’s Philo Ridge Farm on July 16. Featuring 23 dancers and...

Linda Seiffert Reynolds shows artwork at the Walkover Gallery, Bristol

In an effort to create “visual meditation,” Linda Reynolds of Monkton exhibits her work at the Walkover Gallery in Bristol this month....

Charlotte’s Bill Tilley plays in the UVM Faculty Scholarship Concert

Highlights of Tilley’s career include studying at the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia, touring with the Philadelphia Orchestra and working with many of the world’s leading conductors....

And what will you celebrate this December?

Every year December rolls around, we are inundated with the holidays. Most of us celebrate Christmas, Hanukkah or Kwanzaa, reserving the slightest acknowledgement for all other holidays. The darkest month...

Charlotte Land Trust hosts talk with Bill McKibben

More important, he has inspired people all over the world to work for a reduction of carbon dioxide emissions, a major contributor to climate change and the unstable weather that...

Charlotte’s got talent

Locals shine at Vermont Has Talent competition ...

Locals in Lyric Theatre’s White Christmas

Even though we’re just through Halloween and moving toward Thanksgiving, some locals can’t wait for a white Christmas. Mindy Bickford and Kim Anderson of Charlotte fit this bill....

A Stamp Stampede comes to Mt. Philo Inn

Ben Cohen, co-founder of Ben and Jerry’s Ice Cream, is bringing his Stamp Stampede, a grass-roots campaign to help get money out of politics, to the Mt. Philo Inn on...

Ambassadorial jazz at home

On October 9, Charlotter Ken French premiered his new documentary film, Jazz Ambassadors, to a small group of locals in the common house at Ten Stones community....

Hummingbird home

Tom Baginski of Charlotte constructed a two-foot-tall by four-foot-wide hummingbird for the 2015 South End Art Hop....

Francesca Blanchard performs at Spruce Peak, releases ‘deux visions’

The Charlotte News caught up with Francesca to see how she is enjoying music and developing as a musician at this exciting time in her career....

A Reason To Sew

Amidst the flurry of last minute alterations and touch-ups, three Charlotters were front-and-center—backstage—at the STRUT! Fashion Show on Saturday, Sept. 12, as part of the 23rd Annual South End Art...