Maiden Vermont seeks new singers

MEMBERS OF THE Maiden Vermont women’s chorus make a point of not just standing still while singing. Here they are during their fall 2019 performance at Town Hall Theater. The chorus is looking for new members during February. Photo by Max Kraus

ADDISON COUNTY — Do you like to sing?

Lincoln honors its library's 20th year

LINCOLN COMMUNITY MEMBERS parade down the town’s main road on Saturday, Feb. 1, as part of Lincoln’s annual Hill Country Holiday. This year’s event marked the 20th anniversary of Lincoln’s new library. Three library directors — Wendy McIntosh, Linda Norton and Debi Gray — follow the banner. Photo/Megan Hannah

LINCOLN — Lincoln regularly celebrates Hill Country Holiday on the first weekend in February.

Climate action film festival comes to county

“EXTINCTION REBELLION — TIMES Square Takeover” is one of the films featured in the Climate Action Film Festival, which is coming to the Marquis Theater, 65 Main St., Middlebury on Wednesday, Feb. 12, beginning at 5:30 p.m. and to the Bristol Fire Station on Feb. 20 at 6:30 p.m. Photo courtesy of SunCommon

MIDDLEBURY — The Marquis Theater in Middlebury will host SunCommon’s first ever Climate Action Film Festival (CAFF) on Wednesday, Feb. 12, beginning at 5:30 p.m.

Mt. Abe group raised $2000 at the plunge

ADMINISTRATORS, TEACHERS AND students from Mt. Abe braved the cold and took the Pengiun Plunge on Saturday to raise funds for Special Olympics. Pictured are: Front, Ashka Violi; middle, Jessica DeBiasio, Shannon Warden and Justin Bouvier; back, Ryan Corniellier, Zoe Grade-Wedge, Emily Davis, Devin Wendel and Noah Hoffman. Photo courtesy of Jessica DiBiasio

BURLINGTON — A group of Mount Abraham Union High School administrators and students braved the cold and took the Penguin Plunge on Saturday, Feb.

A Lincoln artist gets fishy

NICK MAYER OF Lincoln, uses pencil and watercolors to build up the life-like qualities of his paintings. He also does less scientific illustrations through his side-company, Predator Fly Gear. Independent photo/Steve James

LINCOLN — There’s something fishy about a scientist who’s also an artist, isn’t there? Especially when he’s a marine biologist. Well, that’s exactly what Nick Mayer is.


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