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  • Happy Vermonters: Community Sparks Creativity for Haley Bishop Rockwood
    Happy Vermonters: Community Sparks Creativity for Haley Bishop Rockwood

    “People in Burlington are very drawn to art, and I think the community is my biggest inspiration as an artist. I feel a genuine connection to everyone I see, and I love that I can walk downtown and run into four or five people who...

  • 6 Festive Vermont Events To Get You Into the Holiday Spirit
    6 Festive Vermont Events To Get You Into the Holiday Spirit

    Looking to get into the holiday spirit in 2015? Look no further than these six festive events, including craft tours, light displays, parades, a Santa road race, horse-drawn sleighs, and lots of good cheer. Joseph Smith Birthplace Memorial Holiday Lights – Nov. 27-Jan. 1 South Royalton www.lds.org On a...

  • 8 Reasons to Love the Month of May in Vermont
    8 Reasons to Love the Month of May in Vermont

    Updated May 1, 2019 After a long, snowy winter, it feels good that's it's finally spring in Vermont. For the first time in six months, we can walk outside without a heavy jacket, stash away our wool socks, and watch the grass grow and leaves sprout. Even though spring arrived...

  • Vermont Marble Exhibit Highlights Local History
    Vermont Marble Exhibit Highlights Local History

    **My story about the SculptFest Vermont marble exhibit was originally published in the Rutland Herald. Kate Katomski’s family heritage lives deep in the historic marble quarries of West Rutland. Both her father and grandfather worked in West Rutland back in the thriving stone industry, when Vermont marble...

  • Rock River Artists’ Open Studio Tour Highlights Irene’s Aftermath
    Rock River Artists’ Open Studio Tour Highlights Irene’s Aftermath

    Georgie is an artist with a passion for painting barns, covered bridges, and sugarhouses -- those idyllic, iconic symbols of Vermont. When she built her house along the Rock River in Windham County 25 years ago, she couldn’t imagine living any place other than beautiful,...

  • Putney Craft Tour Celebrates 35 Years in Vermont
    Putney Craft Tour Celebrates 35 Years in Vermont

    The small town of Putney is a big draw for artists.  With a population of 2,600, this Connecticut River Valley community has one of the highest concentrations of artists and artisans in Vermont. It's also home to the oldest continuous craft tour in the United...

  • A Perfect Rockwell Scene at the West Arlington Covered Bridge
    A Perfect Rockwell Scene at the West Arlington Covered Bridge

    Just off sleepy Route 313 is one of Vermont's most photographed and beloved landmarks: the West Arlington Covered Bridge. The bridge, built in 1852 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, spans the famous Battenkill River.  Nearby is the Gothic-steepled Chapel on the...

  • Sculptures in Southern Vermont

    The sculptures at the Southern Vermont Arts Center in Manchester always make me feel a little nostalgic. During my childhood I spent many hours at the center taking summer art classes, attending performances, and strolling the grounds. A few unusual sculptures were always there in...

  • Holiday Scene in Burlington

    The Nutcracker Ballet, performed by the Vermont Ballet Theatre, drew hundreds to the Flynn Center for the Performing Arts over the weekend. This photo was taken while my husband Dave and I were walking by the theatre after a matinee performance of The Nutcracker Ballet...