Community Rallies with Out of Darkness Walk

CRAFTSBURY – Craftsbury’s first Out of Darkness Walk to benefit the American Foundation of Suicide Prevention drew 30 people on Sunday.

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The Critical Imbalance of Man and Nature

GREENSBORO – The ecological interdependence critical to all life forms, including homo sapiens, is a subtle theme permeating “A Critical Balance” art show at the Highland Center for the Arts.

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Craftsbury Farmers Market Closing Season with Music

CRAFTSBURY – The Craftsbury Farmers Market will close for the 2020 season on Saturday, September 26, and will celebrate with music. Local musicians Ned Houston and Don Houghton will be on hand to entertain shoppers with lively and favorite tunes.

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CCCC Reaches Restart Phase 2

The Craftsbury Community Care Center (CCCC) reached Phase 2 of the Long-term Care Facilities Restart Plan on August 17, said Executive Director Kimberly Roberge.

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Vermont Covered Bridges Memorialized in Calendar Series

Greensboro artist Elaine Cole-Kerr has completed the first in her Vermont Covered Bridges Calendar Project memorializing covered bridges in Vermont. The project will take eight to nine years to complete; Series One launched with the 2021 calendar.

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Old and New Technologies Meld Harmoniously

“Milking Butterflies,” an exhibit by Cathy Cone at the Highland Center for the Arts, combines old and new technologies to create mesmerizing images, illusions, and narratives. The exhibit will be on display at the Center until September 6.

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