Southern Vermont Events Calendar
Join us throughout the area for exciting events and happenings each and every day. See a show, attend a talk, bike with friends old and new, there’s something for everyone. Whether you’re young or old, experience the very best that the area has to offer.
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Bennington Museum holds the largest public collection in the world of paintings by Grandma Moses, the great 20th-century folk artist who painted scenes of rural life embodying a sense of an idyllic bygone America. Anna Mary Robertson “Grandma” Moses (1860-1961) started painting in her seventies and within years was one of America’s most famous artists. Moses spent most of her life in Eagle Bridge, New York, fifteen miles northwest of Bennington, depicting the rolling landscape of Washington County. She occasionally…Find out more »
SVAC will be celebrating Vermont Artists Then and Now in the Wilson Galleries from September 2 through October 15. Please submit your application for review. Thank you for your interest!Find out more »
1863 Jane Stickle Quilt on Display at the Bennington Museum It began last summer. Telephone calls and emails from Australia, England, California, Texas; the calls kept coming. “When will the quilt be on display next year?” Quilters from around the country and the world were planning trips to the region to be here when the 1863 Sampler Quilt created by Jane A. Stickle was on view. From September 2 through October 9 the quilt that inspires quilters from all around…Find out more »
On the third Thursday of each month, the Dorset Historical Society hosts a lunch lecture at its Bley House Museum. Attendees should bring a lunch. Lectures include Long Trail School June 15 and The Hunting Camps of Beech Ridge July 20. 12pm. 802–867–0331 or www.dorsetvthistory.orgFind out more »
Judy Harwood, who has longtime family connections to Dorset, will talk about the people and places of the past in a walk along Route 30 starting at DHS’s Bley House Museum, continuing as far as Dorset Hollow Road, and returning across the road to the Dorset Village Library. 802- 867-0331 or www.dorsetvthistory.orgFind out more »