Spring Calendar

MARCH

March 1: Domino Toppling Event, 5:30pm., brattleboromuseum.org, 802 257-0124.

March 1: Clark/Williams College Museum of Art Artist Symposium: Artistic Crossings of the Black Atlantic: The Migratory Aesthetic in Contemporary Art, starts at 9am… runs all day, clarkart.edu.

March 2: Lecture by Sandra Jordan, “Alpaca: From Commodity to Branded Luxury,” 2:45pm, Southern Vermont College, Bennington, 802 447-6388.

March 3: First Wednesday Lecture, “The National Parks: America’s Best Idea,” with Ken Burns, 7pm, Latchis Theatre, Brattleboro, brooks.lib.vt.us, 802 254-5290.

March 5-7: Almost Maine, presented by the Dorset Players, 7:30pm March 5-6, 2pm

March 5: Brattleboro Gallery Walk, 5:30pm, gallerywalk.org.

March 7, Dorset, dorsetplayers.org.

March 7: Brattleboro Music Center New England Bach Festival Musicians Reunion Concert, latchis.com, 802 254-6300.

March 8: Bird Walk at Hildene in Manchester, 8am, free, 802 362-2270, hildene.org.

March 9: Winter History Series at Hildene in Manchester: Jason Emerson on “Robert Todd Lincoln and African Americans,” 7pm, free, 802 362-2270, hildene.org.

March 10: Stephen King March Film Series, “Cat’s Eye,” 7pm, Brooks Memorial Library, Brattleboro, brooks.lib.vt.us, 802 254-5290.

March 11: Gallery Talk: Looking at Lunchtime Talk: The Cliffs at Etretat, Clark Museum, 12:30, clarkart.edu.

March 12-14: Almost Maine, presented by the Dorset Players, 7:30pm ■ March 12-13, 2pm

March 14, Dorset, dorsetplayers.org.

March 12-21: 19th Annual Women’s Film Festival, featuring over 30 Vermont, U.S. and international films by or about women, at the Latchis, Hooker-Dunham and New England Youth Theater, Brattleboro, 802 257-0098, womensfilmfestival.org.

March 13: Yellow Barn in collaboration with New England Conservatory presents György Kurtág’s Kafka Fragments. Centre Congregational Church, Brattleboro, 8pm

March 13: 2nd Saturday Poetry Open Mic, 5-8pm, Village Square Booksellers, Bellows Falls, free, 802-463-9404.

March 13-14: Gorgeous Gardens & Green Living Show at Riley Rink, Manchester. greenworksvermont.org, 802 865-5202.

March 14: Yellow Barn in collaboration with NEC presents György Kurtág’s Kafka Fragments. Jordan Hall, New England Conservatory, Boston, 8pm

March 17: Stephen King March Film Series, “Hearts In Atlantic,” 7pm, Brooks Memorial Library, Brattleboro, brooks.lib.vt.us, 802 254-5290.

March 19: Lecture by Annette Gordon-Reed, “Presidents, Family and Culture, Rethinking History,” 7pm., Bennington Center for the Arts, Bennington, benningtoncenterforthearts.org, 802 447-6388.

March 19: 3rd Friday Art Walk, Bellows Falls, 5-8pm, 802 463-9404.

March 20: River Gallery School Annual Benefit Auction to support art programs and scholarships, Brattleboro, rivergalleryschool.org, 802 257-1577.

March 20: Bush Mango Dancers, latchis.com, 802 254-6300.

March 20-21: Spring Fling weekend at Sun Mountain Adventure Park, Bromley Mountain, bromley.com

March 20-21: 12th Annual Whitingham Maple Festival, all day, Whitingham, whitingham-maplefest.us/index.html, 802 464-1154.

March 21: Vermont Symphony Orchestra matinee series 3 concert, 4pm, Paramount Theatre, Rutland, vso.org.

March 24: Stephen King March Film Series, “Secret Window,” 7pm, Brooks Memorial Library, Brattleboro, brooks.lib.vt.us, 802 254-5290.

March 25: Windham Orchestra, Children’s Concert, Brattleboro, 9:30 & 11pm, bmcvt.org, 802 257-4523.

March 26-28: 9th Annual Vermont Maple Open House Weekend. For a list of sugarmakers, visit vermontmaple.org or 800 837-6668.

March 28: Cappella Clausura: Sacred Music by Women Composers, 4:30pm., First Baptist Church, Brattleboro, fomag.org.

March 29: Windham Orchestra: Concert for Kids of All Ages, 3pm., Brattleboro, bmcvt.org, 802 257-4523.

March 31: Stephen King March Film Series, “Thinner,” 7pm, Brooks Memorial Library, Brattle-boro, brooks.lib.vt.us, 802 254-5290.

APRIL

April 3: Brattleboro Gallery Walk, 5:30 pm, gallerywalk.org.

April 8: Teddy Roosevelt: Mind, Body and Spirit, one-person performance by Ted Zalewski, Springfield Town Hall, 7pm., 802 805-3108.

April 8: Gallery Talk: Looking at Lunchtime Talk: At the Concert, Clark Museum, 12:30, clarkart.edu.

April 10: 2nd Saturday Poetry Open Mic, 5-8pm, Village Square Booksellers, Bellows Falls, free, 802 463-9404.

April 12: Bird Walk at Hildene in Manchester, 8am, free, 802 362-2270, hildene.org.

April 13: Winter History Series at Hildene in Manchester: Jason Emerson on “Robert Todd Lincoln and his Children and Grandchildren,” 7pm, free, 802 362-2270, hildene.org.

April 14: Part 1 of “The Winged Bull: The Sculptures of Ancient Mesopotamia,” 7pm, Brooks Memorial Library, Brattleboro, brooks.lib.vt.us, 802 254-5290.

April 16: 3rd Friday Art Walk, Bellows Falls, 5-8pm, 802 463-9404.

April 21: Part 2 of “The Winged Bull: The Sculptures of Ancient Mesopotamia,” 7pm, Brooks Memorial Library, Brattleboro, brooks.lib.vt.us, 802 254-5290.

April 23-25 & 30: “The Man Who Came to Dinner,” by George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart, directed by Marilyn Grange, Dummerston Grange, Dummerston. 802 258-1344, vermonttheatrecompany.com.

April 23-25: Manchester and the Mountains 3rd Annual “Emerging Poets and Writers Weekend,” Manchester, greatermanchesterarts.org.

April 25: Parnas/Serkin Trio, Brattleboro, 4pm, 802 257-4523, bmcvt.org.

April 30: Blanche Moyse Choral presents Die Erste, 8pm, Walpole, NH, 802 257-4523, bmcvt.org.

MAY

May 1-2: “The Man Who Came to Dinner,” by George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart, directed by Marilyn Grange, Dummerston Grange, Dummerston. 802 258-1344, vermonttheatrecompany.com.

May 2: Blanche Moyse Chorale – Die Erste Walpurgisnacht, 4pm, Centre Congregational Church, Brattleboro, 802 257-4523.

May 2: Herrick’s Cove Wildlife Festival, 10am-4pm, Rockingham, nature-museum.org, 802 843-2111.

May 2: School for International Training’s annual Race for a Reason, 5-10K walk or run for people of all ages. Money goes toward cyclone relief in Bangladesh, 802 257-7751.

May 7: Schumann Trio, 7:30pm, Centre Congregational Church, Brattleboro, 802 257-4523.

May 8: Off the Wall Gala, with unique auction items, travel opportunities and original artwork of Burr and Burton alumns, 6pm, Burr and Burton Academy, Manchester, 802 549-8281, burrburton.org.

May 14-16: “3rd Annual Mothers For Daughters Motorcycle Weekend,” a fundraiser for cancer research, West Dover, mothersfordaughters.com.

May 15: “Spring Into Health”” Community Health Fair, 10am-2pm, Townshend Common, gracecottage.org, 802 365-9109.

May 22: Howard Brofsky (Dr. Bebop) and Friends at the Vermont Jazz Center, 8pm, Brattleboro, vtjazz.org.

May 29-30: Annual Open Studio Weekend, with open studios across South-ern Vermont. See vermontscrafts.com.

May 29: 25th annual Mayfest Arts and Crafts Festival, 10am-5pm, downtown Bennington, betterbennington.com.

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