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Giving thanks for a clean bill of health for Carlos the Ox

At 17 years old, Carlos the Ox is the equivalent of a 2,000-pound, ninety-year-old man, and received a clean bill of health.

The NXT Gallery presents Elemental Abstractions

The NXT Gallery presents Elemental Abstractions: Works on Paper by Joe Norris. The exhibit opens on November 26, 2022, with a reception from 4:00 to 6:00 pm

BMAC seeks imaginary creatures for GLASSTASTIC 2023

The Brattleboro Museum & Art Center (BMAC) invites children in grades K-6 to dream up, draw, and submit imaginary creatures for the 2023 edition of GLASSTASTIC.

Brattleboro Words Trail Gains National Recognition

Two important Brattleboro Words Trail milestones are bringing national recognition to the literary riches of the Brattleboro area.

BrattBeat Weekly • 11/17/2022 Edition!

Feel the pulse of Brattleboro and Beyond with the BrattBeat Weekly! Visit the webpage or subscribe to the newsletter to receive it every week!

Weston Theater Company presents two special holiday events

Weston Theater Company presents two special events for the holiday season starting with A WESTON WINTER CABARET, back for its fifth year at Walker Farm.


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Get a jump on next spring's gardening. Repair fencing, restore tools and replace items.

Your garden may be put to bed for winter but you can tackle a few tasks and get a jumpstart on next year.

Snowsville to Lost Nation: Vermont Place Names Offer a Glimpse into Local History

Vermont place names, like Snowsville in Braintree and Beartown in Manchester, have been around since the early days of local towns.

“Sweet on You” by Judith Klausner

Judith Klausner describes the process she used to make “Sweet on You,” a sculpture made mostly of polymer clay—“a material that hasn’t been given the respect it deserves”—on view through March 4, 2023, in the exhibit Judith Klausner: (de)composed .


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