CALENDAR LISTINGS FOR Friday, September
BELLOWS FALLS 3rd Friday Gallery Night - Claire Adams: "Painting with Light" - Celebrate in the Outdoor Tent and Gallery with the Artist: Adams' most recent work uses the traditional techniques of reverse painting, enameling, and staining glass to depict a detailed view of the cycle of natural life on the farm and in the garden. Painted and stained entirely by the artist, artworks such as "Sunflower and Crickets" and "Dalias & Bees" use traditional materials and methods like silver stain, and the grisaille technique in which black paint is scratched away and color is applied on top. Starting with recycled window glass, this process requires numerous firings in Adam's solar powered kiln, and uses modern, nontoxic enamel formulas. Each artwork is composed of many of these hand-painted and stained pieces of glass soldered together in patterns inspired by quilts and are beautiful on a wall or in a window. 5-7 p.m. Join us on this 3rd Friday Gallery Night to celebrate in our Outdoor Art Tent and in the Gallery. 6 p.m: Meet Adams and watch the live Artist Talk. "My patterns have been inspired by American quilts. I have been looking at traditional styles as well as the stunning asymmetrical styles of African American quilts. To me each piece feels like a prayer. An earth prayer collecting light energy for healing and renewal!". Canal Street Art Gallery, 23 Canal St. Information: www.canalstreetartgallery.com online, 802-289-0104, email@example.com.
BELLOWS FALLS Canal Street Art Gallery's 4th Annual Fine Art Glass Show - "A World Suspended in Color": Robert Burch is a master glass blower - vases, perfume bottles, paperweights and sculptural pieces. His current specialty is artwork that incorporates veiled silver glass with delicate bubble patterns. Nicholas Kekic was recently honored with the 86th Annual Craftsmen’s Fair First Place award for Best In Glass. Chris Sherwin is the owner of Sherwin Glass and all equipment (except the torch) is powered by hydro-electricity generated by the dam just feet from his work benches. 9/17: 5-7 p.m. Join us on 3rd Friday Gallery Night and live at 6 p.m. to celebrate in our Outdoor Art Tent and in the Gallery. Meet the artists and watch the live Artist Talk. Celebrate with the artists and share their process and experience with glass as a medium of expression while enjoying live music and local art!. Through Saturday, November 13. Canal Street Art Gallery, 23 Canal St. Open Wed.-Sat,. 11 a.m. - 5 p.m. www.canalstreetartgallery.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, 802-289-0104 (Mike or Emmett).
GREENFIELD CD Release from Heart Centered Kirtan - "Invoking the Divine Feminine": Libby Volckening (keys/vocals), Ezra Landis (guitar), Amanda Turk (percussion), Thomas Matherly (bass/guitar/vocals), Chris Ball (bass/percussion/keys), Win Ridabock (flute), Peter Siegel (mandolin) and Marie Ebacher (vocals). 7 p.m. in the Ballroom (doors open 6:30 p.m.). Suitable for all ages. $15 in advance, $20 at door (no refunds). If cost is an issue, contact Hawks & Reed. Hawks & Reed, 289 Main St. Information: 413-774-0150; Click for more info on Web in new window.
BRATTLEBORO Sarasa: Beethoven, Part, Boccherini, Pohle: "Points of Transition" s a varied program featuring a youthful, mischievous Beethoven Viola Quintet, the only one he ever wrote. Also included is music by the Estonian composer Arvo Part (b. 1936), the little known Baroque German composer David Pohle, as well as a delightful cello quintet by the much neglected classical composer, Luigi Boccherini. Christina Day Martinson, Jesse Irons, violins; Jessica Troy, Jenny Stirling violas; Timothy Merton, Jennifer Morsches, cellos. Arvo Pärt Summa for strings Luigi Boccherini String Quintet Op. 42 No. 4 in G minor, G351 David Pohle Sonata à 5 in C major (1671) Ludwig van Beethoven String Quintet in C major, Op. 29 “Der Storm” Masks required and proof of vaccination or results of a negative covid-19 test within 72 hours for in-person events at BMC. 7:30 p.m. $20 General/Senior, $10 Student:, Free under age 12. Brattleboro Music Center, 72 Blanche Moyse Way. Information: 802-257-4523 , Tickets: www.bmcvt.org or at the door.
HINSDALE Hiking, Biking, Canoe/Kayak Trips and Nature Photography: Outdoor recreational opportunities throughout town. Excursions are led by local volunteers and are planned to meet a range of participant ability and time commitments. Some trips are easy and suitable for families while others offer an outing for the more skilled outdoor enthusiast. Participants are required to sign a from to participate in any trip. Leave dogs at home. For trips and/or lunch, search "Outdoor Hinsdale NH" on Facebook. Through Sunday, September 19. Free. Outdoor Hinsdale NH. More details or to RSVP: 603-336-5727 x 17, email@example.com, www.outdoorhinsdale.org.
State Secrecy and the War on Terror: Let's take a look at one of the most dangerous and enduring consequences of the United States' war on terror: state secrecy. Join us for a conversation with Baher Azmy, legal director of the Center for Constitutional Rights; Daniel Jones, president of Advance Democracy, Inc; and Shirin Sinnar, professor of law and John A. Wilson faculty scholar at Stanford University. They’ll discuss how the goal of security has been used to obscure the disturbing truth about state-sanctioned torture and unchecked abuse of power. 12 - 1 p.m. Presented by The Project on Government Oversight (POGO). Zoom. Information: Register: https://tinyurl.com/seafs46f.
BRATTLEBORO Queer Dance Party and Cabaret: Open to all ages. Hosted by The Stone Church and Brattleboro Queer Dance Parties. 9 p.m. - 1 a.m. The Stone Church in Brattleboro, 210 Main St. Information: 802-579-9960; Click for more info on Web in new window.
BRATTLEBORO Solidarity Fridays: "This coalition acts with these shared principles: Everyone should have what they need. People's lives over profit. We choose not to fight against or react to those who disagree with us, but rather invite them to talk with us so that we may find our common interests and beliefs. Being on the streets together raises our spirits, breaks isolation, helps build a network of people who want to do this work.". 5 p.m. weekly on Fridays. "Brattleboro Solidarity, Root Social Justice Center, Lost River Racial Justice, Tenants Union of Brattleboro came together last summer during Black Lives Matter uprisings followed by 350 Brattleboro, VT Debt Collective, Youth 4 Change, Out in the Open. We recognize that streets must stay alive to enact the level of broad changes across struggles urgently needed - for humans, animals, the planet.". Pliny Park, Corner Main & High St. Information: Brattleboro Coalition: firstname.lastname@example.org.