Local historian to discuss 'The Real Joan of Arc'

MIDDLEBURY COLLEGE PROFESSOR of history Louisa Burnham will provide background on the Opera Company of Middlebury’s upcoming production of “The Maid of Orleans” on Friday, Sept. 17 at the Congregational Church in Middlebury. Photo courtesy of Louisa Burnham

The Opera Company of Middlebury will host a conversation with Middlebury College history professor Louisa Burnham on Friday, Sept.

Vermont Folklife Center reopens with 'Pride'

EUAN BEAR WAS the editor of “Out in the Mountains” from 2002 to 2006. She was born in New Hampshire and graduated from Colby College in Waterville, Maine, where she co-founded (in 1974) Maine’s second gay and lesbian student organization. Euan moved to Vermont in 1977. She was a member of the editorial committee of CommonWomon and wrote and edited for the Vermont Vanguard Press. She is an activist for all women, lesbians, gay men, bisexual and transgender persons, plus queer and questioning and nonbinary people. This portrait is part of the Vermont Folklife Center’s current exhibit “Pride 1983,” now on view in the Middlebury gallery and online. Photo courtesy of Vermont Folklife Center

The Vermont Folklife Center on Main Street in Middlebury reopened on Sep. 8 for in-person visitors.

Rokeby Museum to host Harvest Day

THE KOWAL FAMILY Band, featuring Maddie (13/fiddle), Finn (16/banjo), Ted (11/mandolin) and Max (17/guitar), will play at the Rokeby Museum’s Harvest Day on Sept. 19, from 12-3 p.m.

On Sept. 19, from 12-3 p.m., Rokeby Museum is hosting a family-friendly, autumnal celebration outside on the Rokeby lawns.


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