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Welcome to the Capital City Community Calendar. This is a comprehensive events calendar connecting our community with the wide array of events offered at in our vibrant city. If you are hosting an event in Montpelier, you are invited to list your event details here on our community calendar. Before submitting a community event, please refer to the calendar policy.
March 21, 2019, 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM @ Vermont History Museum
Singer and researcher Linda Radtke, joined by pianist Arthur Zorn, explores the contributions of Vermont women to the traditions of parlor songs, women’s club music contests, and social reform efforts. Oceana Judah, Diane Martin, Edwina Flint, and Helen Hartness Flanders represent the richness and invention of the female composers included in the sheet music collection of the Vermont Historical Society.
Abolition, child welfare, temperance, the patriotism of war heroes, and the concerns of those left at home during times of war captured the hearts of these women who sometimes disguised their gender for publication. Though they were often published in the local print shop, they have sometimes been ignored by musicologists since.
March 21, 2019, 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM
The T. W. Wood Gallery at 46 Barre St in Montpelier, Vermont at the Center for Arts and Learning is pleased to announce the opening of “Close to the Cloth”, a textile exhibit featuring the work of Barbara Bendix, Karen Henderson, Stephanie Krauss, Skye Livingston, Kate Ruddle and Neysa Russo. The Gallery has assembled a varied group of Vermont fiber artists that showcase a range of techniques and sensibilities toward textiles. The work ranges from pieces seated firmly in traditional craft to conceptual work that uses fiber as a vehicle, and work that straddles the divide. “Close to the Cloth” will be on view in the Group Exhibitions Hall.
There will be an opening reception on Thursday March 7th from 5:00-7:00pm.
Demo Day – Saturday - March 23rd – 1-3pm.
Artists will talk about their work and share textile techniques from their work. This is an eclectic group of textile artists, so the techniques will cover an interesting array of techniques.
The T. W. Wood Gallery at 46 Barre St at the Center for Arts and Learning in Montpelier, Vermont is pleased to announce an exhibit of Vermont painters Ray Brown and Toby Bartles. Both artists share much in common with the second generation abstract expressionists, as they both draw influence for painterly choices from immediate surroundings such as landscape or architecture to create inner meaning.
March 21, 2019, 5:30 PM - 6:15 PM @ Lost Nation Theater
Celebrate Spring, on the first day of Spring, at Lost Nation Theater – and it’s 4th Annual indoor Egg Hunt! It’s Free and specially designed for kids.
Lost Nation Theater’s Lobby is specially decorated for a great Egg Hunt! Kids, age 11 & under (accompanied by adult) scavenge for eggs full of chocolate, and maybe find the golden eggs stuffed with special prizes – like free tickets to our Theater FOR Kids BY Kids summer shows The Wiz, and Fractured Fables or discounted tickets to The Complete History of Comedy-Abridged. But space is limited. First-come, first served, up to 40 participants.
March 21, 2019, 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
The T.W. Wood Gallery is proud to present the premiere showing of a feature-length documentary film by Nat Winthrop chronicling artist Ray Brown’s resilience in the face of adversity and multiple setbacks. A nearly debilitating stroke forced Brown to teach himself to paint left-handed. Ray Brown, former co-owner of Montpelier's Drawing Board, is a prolific artist who has lived in central Vermont for 38 years with his wife Jody.
Discussion to follow with artist Ray Brown and Filmmaker Nat Winthrop
$10 suggested donation - refreshments will be served.