CALENDAR LISTINGS FOR Sunday, September
BRATTLEBORO Sandglass Theater - "Puppets in Paradise": First-time and returning Sandglass performers include Joshua Holden, Chad Williams, Finn Campman, Liz Joyce, Faye Dupras, Rose Friedman and Justin Lander, Honey Goodenough, Cynthia Parker-Houghton, Elena Day, and Sandglass co-founders Eric Bass and Ines Zeller Bass. "Puppets in Paradise" is a magical world that will enchant the whole family. 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. (last performance 3:45). A hay wagon facilitates accessibility options for most performance locations. Allow at least 2 hours to enjoy them all. $12, $10 children/students/seniors, $8 per person for families of 4 and up, EBT and Medicaid cardholders. Retreat Farm, 45 Farmhouse Sq. Information: 802-490-2270; Click for more info on Web in new window.
BRATTLEBORO Bluegrass Gospel Sing & Jam - Seventh Anniversary Celebration: Mike and Mary share music and update us on their ministry. 11 a.m. Cornerstone Baptist Church, 154 Elliot St. Information: 802-490-3534; Click for more info on Web in new window.
MARLBORO Marlboro's Music for a Sunday Afternoon - Paul Cohen and Sally Pinkas in Concert: This opening concert for 2019-2020 features chamber musicians Paul Cohen (cello) and Sally Pinkas (piano) presenting a program of Schumann, Rachmaninoff, and a J.S. Bach suite with "Five Inserts for Solo Cello" by Matan Rubinstein, Marlboro faculty member. Rubinstein describes "Five Insertsas" as both a disruption and a partner in dialogue with the Bach suite, like modern buildings between historic ones "forcing a dialogue with the old by virtue of their physical proximity." A member of the Samara Piano Quartet, Cohen has been playing professionally since 1982. Israeli-born pianist Sally Pinkas has been heard as soloist and chamber musician worldwide. She's a member of Ensemble Schumann, and collaborates frequently with the Adaskin String Trio, the Apple Hill String Quartet, and the UK-based Villiers Quartet. 3 p.m. Free. Marlboro College/Ragle Hall in Serkin Center, 2582 South Rd. Information: 802-251-7644; Click for more info on Web in new window.
ROCKINGHAM The Saxtons River Ringers: This handbell choir will perform a selection of liturgical and Early Americana music arranged for organ, cello, and flute. Each musician is responsible for a single note or notes and must sound that note each time it appears in the music, allowing the ensemble to act as a single instrument. 3 p.m. Free (donations help support ongoing preservation/restoration of this National Historic Landmark). Rockingham Meeting House, Meeting House Rd. (off Rte 103). Information: 802-463-3964 x; Click for more info on Web in new window.
PUTNEY Putney Farmers Market: Featuring an array of local farmers and artisans offering a variety of fresh produce, mushrooms, pastured meats, grass-fed dairy (including ice cream!), preserves, prepared foods, herbal remedies, body care products, as well as jewelry, cut flowers, pottery, handmade toys, clothing, shoes, and more. 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. on Sundays. Through Sunday, October 13. Putney Farmers Market, Green Mountain Orchards, 130 W. Hill Rd. Information: ; Click for more info on Web in new window.
PUTNEY September Huddle for Immigrant Rights: Ann Schroeder for No Polimigra will share Migrant Justices Fair and Impartial Policing presentation followed by a conversation on how we can support this work. All are welcome!. 1:30 - 3 p.m. Free. Putney Public Library, 55 Main St. Information: 802-387-4407; Click for more info on Web in new window.
BRATTLEBORO Brattleboro Food Co-op Shareholder Discount Forum: Learn about the Co-op's discount program and finances. We're looking for your thoughts and opinions on what the discount program could become in the future. Join Sabine (our General Manager) and some of your board members to voice your ideas. 4 - 5 p.m. (Repeats 9/23, 12 noon - 1 p.m.). Brattleboro Food Co-op Community Room, 7 Canal St. Information: 802-246-2821; Click to e-mail for more information.
BRATTLEBORO Edible Brattleboro's "Share the Harvest": Help-yourself public gardens - harvest whatever is ready. Look for the green flags and instructions on how to harvest. Thanks to the generosity of local farmers and gardeners, Edible Brattleboro distributed about 2,500 pounds of free produce last summer. Edible Brattleboro is fully volunteer run. Donations (time, surplus from your garden, money) are not required, but graciously accepted. 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. on Sundays (also at the Brattleboro Co-op, rear parking lot.). Through Sunday, October 27. Produce is free (bring your own bags). Turning Point, 39 Elm St. To help out or for more info: Marilyn: firstname.lastname@example.org, www.EdibleBrattleboro.org.
BRATTLEBORO Community Circle Dance: All dances taught. No partner needed. Led by Doris Schload. 3:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. Donations appreciated. River Valley Aikido Center, 11 Cottage St. Parker Huber: 802-257-9108, www.brattleborocircledance.org.