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WILMINGTON Windham Philharmonic: "The Winds and Strings of Spring": On the program are Brahms Serenade No. 2 and Bach Contrapunctus Nos. 1 and 7 arranged by Hugh Keelan for chamber orchestra. This is part of the Red Door Concert Series. 7 p.m. Masks and vaccinations requested. By donation. St. Marys in the Mountains Episcopal Church, 95 E. Main St.

Kids and families

BRATTLEBORO Tri Town Collectors Club - Sports, Postcard and Comic Book Family Hobby Show: Dealers and collectors from the tri-state area meet monthly with a series of door prizes and hobby activities. In addition to the usual offerings of coins, currency, stamps, sports cards, and comic books, a special collection of over 400 encases coins from coin clubs around the country will be featured. Show organizer Joe Fuller will also have his usual collection of coins and vintage sports cards available. 9 a.m.-2:30 p.m. No admission charge. Holiday Inn Express, 100 Chickering Dr. Information: To set up a table, contact Joe Fuller: 802-297-1274.

BRATTLEBORO "Circus of Myths": New England Center for Circus Arts' Youth Performance Troupe: Explore the myths of ancient Greece. This Troupe soars and falls with Icarus, climbs and twists with Medusa and her sisters, and goes on a journey through time with other stories and characters. This show was conceived and created by NECCA's Intermediate and Advanced Youth Troupe, and this is their first in person production since the pandemic started. 1 p.m. Tickets by donation. New England Center for Circus Arts (Trapezium), 10 Town Crier Dr. Information: Advance reservations required: Info: 802-254-9780.

DUMMERSTON Music Outdoors - VT Jazz Center Sextet and The Shriners - part of Green Mountain Camp's Campaign to Purchase Solar Panels : The "Harness the Sun campaign" is committed to making GMC a GREEN(er) Mountain Camp by purchasing 51 solar panels in a local solar array to cover 75% of the camp's annual electric needs. This is part of the ongoing efforts at Green Mountain Camp to lower its carbon and chemical input into the environment. 2:30 p.m. Music begins. Bring blankets, lawn chairs, a picnic and listen to the VT Jazz Center Sextet and local band The Shriners as Green Mountain Camp celebrates the start of this fundraising campaign. (Note: Event coincides with the Open House starting at 1 p.m.). Donations accepted at the entrance. Green Mountain Camp, 565 Green Mountain Rd. Information: 802-257-1751; Click for more info on Web in new window.


W. BRATTLEBORO "In the Eye of the Beholder" with Trish Murtha - All Souls Church UU (In-Person/Zoom): Trish Murtha brings her perspective to create a service on the theme of "Beauty" - which is what, exactly? Trish shares with insight and humor how "the eyes" have it, or not, depending on the depth and clarity of our vision and experience. Seek beauty and ye shall find it, oft in the most unlikely places and when we are not seeking it at all. 10 a.m. (See in-person protocols: West Village Meeting House, 29 South St. Information: Join via Zoom / more Info:

Edible Brattleboro: Cooking Event (YouTube): Edible Brattleboro "chefs" demonstrate two recipes in this live video class - Roasted Sweet Potato Black Bean Salad, and Creamy Cannellini Bean Pasta. Led by Barbara Morrison. 4 p.m. Free. YouTube. Information:



May 2022