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BMAC Receives Grant To Improve Accessibility

Brattleboro Museum & Art Center has been awarded a $50K grant from The Institute of Museum and Library Services to improve digital and in-person accessibility

Next Stage presents Cantrip And É.T.É.

Next Stage Arts Project and Twilight Music present Cantrip and E.T.E. on September 5 at 3 PM at the West River Park in Brattleboro.


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Exploring the Heart of Downtown Brattleboro

Downtown Brattleboro embodies what Vermont represents: progressive values, a buy local mindset, and commitment to the community.

With a little help from friends, Putney Central School art studio gets a 'facelift'

BRATTLEBORO — When Wendy Windle started preparing for her first year as the art teacher at Putney Central, she planned a makeover for the studio/makerspace.

Deerfield Valley Players transport audiences to 'Chicago'

WILMINGTON — In a major showcase of local talent, the Deerfield Valley Players are bringing “Chicago the Musical” to Memorial Hall.

Shakespeare in the Woods is back!

MANCHESTER — It was going to take more than a worldwide pandemic to keep Pawlet native Katharine Maness from resurrecting Southern Vermont’s one and only Shakespeare festival, inaugurated in 2019,

Going the Distance for the Boys & Girls Club of Brattleboro

BRATTLEBORO — Cyclists of all abilities can register for the 13th Going the Distance Bike Ride fundraiser on Sept. 17. This event benefits all free and subsidized programming at the

Food Connects, BDCC team up for regional food economy

BRATTLEBORO — Food Connects is expanding its operations within the Brattleboro Development Credit Corporation's Business Park on Putney Road, allowing for an additional 10,000 square feet for the nonprofit's Food

'A really great opportunity' — Machining students earn a paycheck while getting free college

BRATTLEBORO — At the GSP School of Manufacturing Technology, students not only learn how to operate precision machining tools, they also earn a paycheck, working eight-week rotations in different departments

118 Elliot presents paintings, land art by Halifax family

BRATTLEBORO—“Eggshells & Cheekbones,” a group show by a family in Halifax, opens Sept. 2 from 5 to 8 p.m. at 118 Elliot in Brattleboro.


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