Community events this week!
Pop-up food event, Saturday, August 27: Almost Home Market at the Point Bay Marina. 5 p.m. – 7 p.m. 1401 Thompson’s Point Rd, Charlotte. BBQ, deli salads, salmon cakes and seared salmon.
The Farm to Ballet Project kicked off its second season with a special performance at Philo Ridge Farm in Charlotte celebrating the beauty of rural Vermont with the music of Vivaldi. Returning dancer Charlotte Hardie described the excitement of gathering a “group of creative and focused artists” to dance outside together, after many months of preparation. “I loved seeing the community, full of friends and fellow Vermonters,” said Hardie.
When Charlotter Woody Keppel takes the stage in Burlington during this weekend’s Festival of Fools, he will be wearing many hats. As co-founder and artistic director of the event, which celebrates its 9th year from July 29-31, Keppel understands how vital a citywide festival is to the social and economic health of Vermont. And as a performer Keppel is acutely—and reverently—aware of the important roles that comedy and spectacle play in our society.
Charlotte Community Beach Party and Potluck Saturday, July 16th 4-8pm. Free admission and parking with potluck dish. (If no potluck dish, please consider a $5 donation.) Free Misty Knoll chicken & Fat Cow Farm burger BBQ, Stony Loam Farm salad and Adams Berry Farm dessert. Live music with the Mystic Party Band.
Friday, June 3
Theatre: The Opera Company of Middlebury, presents Giuseppe Verdi’s Macbeth, at Town Hall Theater. Macbeth is Verdi’s operatic adaptation of Shakespeare’s classic.
On Tuesday, May 24, at 7 p.m. at the Hinesburg Town Hall, Rebekah Weber of the Conservation Law Foundation will share information about the new rules and regulations being discussed and prepared as a result of Act 64, Vermont’s new clean water initiative.