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Vermont Calendar for March/April 1011

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Vermont Calendar for March/April 1011
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FEB. 26-MAR. 27: RANDOLPH, “Reflections on Life: Photography and Writing.” Open Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday afternoons and during performance intermissions, the Chandler Gallery hosts an exhibit by the Hale Street Writers’ Project with images by Jack Rowell. 802-728-9878;

MAR. 4: MIDDLEBURY, Sophie Shao and Friends. The Middlebury College Performing Arts Series presents the cellist and her ensemble performing works by Schubert, Ravel, and Brahms at the Mahaney Center for the Arts Concert Hall. 802-443-6433;

MAR. 5: GREENSBORO TO CRAFTSBURY COMMON, TD Bank Craftsbury Marathon Tour. This annual Nordic ski event offers a 25-kilometer point-to-point tour across Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom wilderness, from Highland Lodge in Greensboro to Craftsbury Common, with gourmet food stops provided by local inns along the way. 802-586-7767;

MAR. 9-13, 16-20: BURLINGTON, “Underneath the Lintel.” At the Flynn Center for the Performing Arts, Vermont Stage presents the story of a Dutch librarian who finds a book returned 123 years overdue and is transformed from a mild-mannered civil servant into a globe-trotting detective. 802-863-5966;

MAR. 11-20: BRATTLEBORO, Women’s Film Festival. A benefit for the Women’s Crisis Center of Windham County, and a great way to celebrate Women’s History Month at the New England Youth Theatre and the Latchis Theatre, a historic Art Deco venue. This 20th anniversary event presents features and documentaries, raising awareness of the struggles, accomplishments, and creativity of women around the globe. Plus Q&A sessions with film directors, producers, and critics. 802-254-1341 (New England Youth Theatre); 800-798-6301, 802-254-6300 (Latchis Theatre);

MAR. 17: LUDLOW, Killarney St. Patrick’s Day Shamrock Scavenger Hunt & Apres-Ski Party. Kids hunt for 10 shamrocks hidden along Okemo’s trails, in hopes of winning a special prize bag filled with goodies. For the grownups, a late-afternoon St. Paddy’s gathering (sponsored by Guinness) will feature Gypsy Reel’s musicians at the Sitting Bull Bar & Restaurant; the fun continues at The Killarney with more Celtic music and stout on draught. 802-228-1600;

MAR. 18-20: NORWICH, Floribunda Marketplace. Arts, crafts, food, and a silent auction, kicking off Friday evening at a gala event, all at Tracy Hall. 802-649-2169;

MAR. 19: CHESTER, Banjo Dan & the Mid-nite Plowboys. Green Mountain Union High School hosts this New England bluegrass group, showcasing soulful lead singing, spot-on harmonies, fiery picking, and a stage show full of energy, variety, and humor. 802-875-4473;

MAR. 26: RANDOLPH, David Mallett. The beloved New England singer/songwriter, whose musical career spans more than 40 years, performs at Chandler Music Hall. 802-728-6464;

APR. 1: MIDDLEBURY, Hot Club of Cowtown. The Texas swing and hot-jazz trio comes to the After Dark Music Series at Town Hall Theater. 802-388-0216;

APR. 2-3: ST. ALBANS, Franklin County Quilt Show. More than 100 works will be on display at City Hall. Plus viewers’ choice awards, a Mayor’s Award, silent auction, vendors, demonstrations, door prize, and raffle. 802-326-3135

Please Note: This information was accurate at the time of publication. When planning a trip, please confirm details by directly contacting any company or establishment you intend to visit.

Updated Thursday, February 17th, 2011

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