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 a string sextet playing Vivaldi, Farm to Ballet highlights Vermont’s agricultural and cultural bounty for the second year in a row.
In an effort to create “visual meditation,” Linda Reynolds of Monkton exhibits her work at the Walkover Gallery in Bristol this month.
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.
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 of the year takes on a new light with the numerous festivities occurring. But if asked, how many holidays could you name in this month? You’d probably list the aforementioned three, then perhaps throw in Winter Solstice, Boxing Day or Advent.
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 comes with it.
Locals shine at Vermont Has Talent competition
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.