Milk & Honey Quilters' Guild plans fall show

“BLOOMIN’ STEPS,” A quilt made with scraps from numerous members of the Milk & Honey Quilter’s Guild, will be raffled off at the guild’s quilt show, scheduled for Oct. 9 and 10. Some of the quilt’s creators, Cindy Wemette (left), Dorothy Mammen, Cilla Leng, and Dorothy Hayes surround their work. Photo courtesy of Milk & Honey Quilter’s Guild

MIDDLEBURY — The Milk & Honey Quilters’ Guild is preparing for their biennial quilt show to be held Oct. 9 and 10 at the Middlebury Recreation Center.

Local cinematographer directs 'Secrets of the Whales'

A MOTHER HUMPBACK Whale with her calf in the waters off of Rarotonga, Cook Islands. Humpbacks in this region spend summers feeding in Antarctica, then migrate to the South Pacific to places like the Cook Islands where they have their calves and spend time in the warm, protected waters here. Calves spend approximately one year with their moms, during which time they learn many of the things they will need to survive. PHOTO / BRIAN SKERRY

Some jobs are just cooler than others. No offense, but it’s true. Let’s look at Andy Mitchell for example.

Meet the Find Your Wings artist: Joe Schine

JOE SCHINE OF Middlebury, is one of the contributing artists for the “Find Your Wings” community-led public art installation project in downtown Middlebury. Projects will be on view by June. Photo / Henry Swan

Last month, Lacewing Productions announced three artists that will have their work installed in town as part of the community-led public art installation project called Find Your Wings.


Login for Subscriber Access

This question is for testing whether you are a human visitor and to prevent automated spam submissions.

Addison County Independent