The Charlotte News
Sunday, November 17
Out of My Head film screening, Shelburne Museum, 2 p.m. at the Pizzagalli Center for Art And Education. Follow the filmmaker’s efforts in seeking treatment for her daughter’s migraine attacks and her discovery of a confounding neurological disease, a devastating condition that afflicts nearly a billion people worldwide. Q & A with filmmaker Jacki Ochs and Dr. Robert Shapiro. $15/$12 for Museum members and seniors/$5 students with valid I.D. To pre-purchase tickets, please visit Eventbrite. Learn more at the Out of My Head website.
Friday, November 22
UVM – Navy Basketball. Navy Midshipmen vs. Vermont Catamounts, at Patrick Gym, 7:00 p.m., Burlington. Visit the UVM Athletics website or call (802) 656-4410 for ticket information.
Saturday, November 30
CVU Craft Fair in Hinesburg from 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. good eats, 150 VT crafters, all indoors, free entry and parking. Community Education Benefit.
Thursday, December 5
Shelburne Craft School 9th Annual Festive Fundraiser Winter Mixer & Wreath Auction at AO Glass, 416 Pine St. Burlington, 6:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. Live auction, live music, snacks and drinks by Arts Riot. Tickets $35, buy online (under News). Buy in person/by phone: 64 Harbor Rd., Shelburne, (802) 985-3648.
Saturday, December 7
Charlotte Central School Holiday Market, 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., 408 Hinesburg Rd., Charlotte. A great lineup of amazing vendors and crafters! There will also be food, coffee from Paradiso Farm, spirit wear and raffle baskets. You’ll find two gyms filled with talent—we invite you to come and shop local! Books, jewelry, skin care, essential oils, woodwork, art, health tonic, pottery, knitwear, clothing, decor, holiday ornaments and much, much more. There will be something for everyone on your list. We will also have a kids craft area where kids can participate in a take-home activity.
Saturday December 21
Winter Wildlife Ecology and Forest Management Walk at the Hinesburg Town Forest, 1:00 p.m. – 3:00pm. Join Ethan Tapper, Chittenden County Forester, and Andrea Shortsleeve, Wildlife Biologist for Vermont Fish and Wildlife for a free, public walk of an active timber harvest at the Hinesburg Town Forest (HTF). This walk will highlight winter wildlife ecology, wildlife tracking and the active forest management underway at the HTF, and how this work at the HTF is expected to influence wildlife habitat and behavior. The Hinesburg Town Forest is an 864-acre property, owned by the Town of Hinesburg and managed by the Chittenden County Forester since the 1950’s. It is a beloved resource, used by people from all over the region for hiking, mountain biking, bird and wildlife-watching and other activities. To join the walk, meet at 1:00pm at the plow turnaround at the end of Economou Road, Huntington. Be prepared to spend two hours out in the elements, including some walking over uneven and slippery surfaces.