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South Burlington High School hosts its 39th annual Fine Arts Festival Tuesday, April 16, 5:30-8:30 p.m. The general public and families of the high school, elementary, and middle schools are invited to attend the free exhibit. Celebrate the a…

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The Vermont International Film Festival presents the 2019 Global Roots Film Festival: “Why Sing, Why Dance?” on April 5-7, at Main Street Landing Film House, 60 Lake St., Burlington.

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The Vermont International Film Festival, in collaboration with the Vermont Archive Movie Project, presents two films restored by the project: “Mount Philo Commune” by Robert Machover and Michael Singer and “Peace Train to Beijing” by Robin Ll…

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The South Burlington Friends of the Arts hosts its second annual visual and performing arts gala to celebrate the arts, bring the community together, and raise funds for a needs-based scholarship for students pursuing the arts on Saturday, Ma…

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The Green Mountain Project Healing Waters chapter sponsors the 2019 International Fly-Fishing Film Festival: Saturday, March 16, 2 p.m. St. Michaels’ College, McCarthy Art Center, 18 Campus Road, Colchester.

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The South Burlington Friends of the Arts (SBFA) hosts its second annual gala Saturday, March 23, 6 p.m. The gala’s goal is to celebrate the arts, bring the community together, and raise funds for a need-based scholarship for students pursuing…

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Award-winning filmmaker Bess O’Brien of Kingdom County Productions recently launched a two-year project that will culminate in an original musical inspired, written, and performed by Vermont teens. The teen-led Listen Up Project will engage y…

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“Flip the Record” is an award-winning 15 min. short film by Marie Jamora, a 1980s coming-of-age story set to pulsing hip-hop music — a Filipino-American teen discovers her identity through a budding talent for turntablism — and part of the LU…

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Organized by the South Burlington Recreation and Parks Department, Young at Heart is a group of age 55-plus adults who meet each Wednesday at 12 p.m. at South Burlington City Hall, 575 Dorset Street, for lunch and programs. Lunch is served at…

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Flynn Center Free Family Saturdays hosts “A Musical Zoo: Listen!” A new, free, family musical program held in the Flynn’s lobby, 153 Main St., Burlington, on March 2, 10-11 a.m. The series, characterized by a relaxed, welcoming atmosphere, en…

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Valentine’s Day may have been last week, but the celebration continues at Rustic Roots café in Shelburne where 94 unique heart-shaped of works of art will deck the walls in a fundraising exhibition that runs through March.

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Music and dance faculty of the University of Vermont, including South Burlington’s Ray Vega, present their annual concert to benefit student scholarships on Feb. 24, 3-4 p.m., at the Music Building Recital Hall, 384 S. Prospect St., a mix of …

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The Burlington Garden Club presents wildflower speaker Dan Jaffe on Feb. 26, 1 p.m. in a talk titled “Design-Less Gardening: A Naturalistic Approach.” The talk is free, open to the public, and will be held at the Faith United Methodist Church…

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Vermont’s own “Trad-Roots Power Trio” comes to the library for a free concert on Feb. 24, 2 p.m., South Burlington Public Library, University Mall. Pete’s Posse plays a dynamic repertoire of folk roots genres including songs, tunes, tradition…