CALENDAR LISTINGS FOR Sunday, March
GUILFORD Andy Davis presents Original Songs & Tunes: Musical afternoon of original songs (and a few original tunes) performed by songwriter and performer Andy Davis. Written in his traditional and participatory style, Andy draws from local history, personal experience, and heartfelt memory. Joined by family and friends, he accompanies his songs on accordion or piano. Complimentary refreshments will be served following the concert. 2:30 p.m. Davis: "My songs speak of life in New England, interesting characters, dear friends, philosophical musings, occasional political/environmental commentary. Mixed in will be original waltzes, jigs and reels - all with a story or memory to relate. Come prepared to listen and join in on the choruses.". $10 to $25 suggested donation. Tickets available at door. Guilford Community Church, 38 Church Dr. off Rte. 5. Information: Information: 802-257-0994, firstname.lastname@example.org.
NEWFANE Annual West River Railroad Soup Fest and Silent Auction: Presented for the seventh year by The Historical Society of Windham County to help raise funds for the Society’s West River Railroad Museum and the Windham County Museum. You won’t have to ride the 36 Miles of Trouble to sample homemade soups from Brattleboro to South Londonderry. 4 p.m: Doors open and bidding starts for 50/50 raffle and ends at 5:30 p.m: Soup/bread followed by desserts. Restaurants/restaurateurs from "up the gauge" of West River Railroad line cater to you: Whetstone Station, Brattleboro; West River Provisions, Jamaica; Newfane Market, Newfane; Harmonyville Store, Townshend; Wardsboro Country Store, Wardsboro; Dam Diner, West Townshend; Jon Julian, Williamsville; Family Kitchen & Pizzeria, Winhall; The New American Grill, South Londonderry. $5 to $10 suggested admission. NewBrook Fire Station, Rte.30. Historical Society of Windham County's website: www.historicalsocietyofwindhamcounty.org Questions: 802 365-7766, email@example.com.
W. BRATTLEBORO "Finding Our Way in the Wilderness" (In-Person/Zoom): We will explore the places within us that can feel like wilderness, and learn how we can help in saving and preserving the remaining wilderness. Ancient and modern stories of how a relationship with wilderness within and beyond can heal and transform us. Led by Rev. Telos Whitfield. 10 a.m. All Souls Unitarian Universalist Church, 29 South St. Information: Go to our website, www.ascvt.org, Sunday shortly before 10 a.m. to join via Zoom.