June 30 - 4:30pm - Windham World Affairs Council Meeting
June 28 - 7pm - Jerry Levy - Marx Third Coming
is a modern, multipurpose environment for the creative arts, educational and personal events for up to 220 people. This unique, flexible space has a 2000 sq ft main room and a smaller conference room
and allows easy transitions from public gatherings to smaller social events in
Parking in back can be transformed to a large, private outdoor area with forest garden for warm weather events. Email: 118Elliot@gmail.com
a fully ADA accessible space in the heart of Downtown Brattleboro.
2016 Upcoming Events
April 26 - Tuesday - 9 - 10 am Patrick Cavanaugh Long River Tai Chi
April 26 - Tuesday -- 5:00 to 6:30 pm - Weekly classes begin with Yoga for All -- community sliding scale Yoga Class with Laura Tabachnick, all proceeds donated to area charity.
April 27 -- Wednesday - Brattleboro Women's Chorus rehearsal 6:30 to 8:30 pm
April 28 -- Thursday -- 8 to 10 pm -- New England Center for Circus Arts Student Cabaret hosted by Aidan O'Shea
May 1, Sunday - 4 to 7pm BALKAN CAFE first Sundays of the month experience international music, traditional dance, and food. Come to join in the dancing, listen to the music or just hang out and have a good time! Easy, beginner-friendly dances will be scattered throughout the afternoon with light teaching. Live music by Boston-based quartet Dean Brown, Colin Ferguson, Heather Lee, and David Skidmore. All levels welcome! Suggested donation $12. More information 802-257-9513 or Facebook.com/BrattleboroFolkDance
May 2, Monday -
May 7 - Saturday - 8:00 to 10:00 pm, Creative Convergence Cabaret asks: What Inspires YOU? Five minute narrative
scenes, stories, puppets, video, etc. from some of the area's most inspiring talent with emcee Kevin O'Keefe.
10 to midnight DJ Maile spins the hottest world beat for 'ARTS AFTER DARK' dance party.
To submit an idea for the evening contact Shanta Lee, Arts Council of Windham County, part of Arts Council of
Windham County's town-wide, jam-packed ARTSTRAVAGANZA weekend May 6 to 8, 2016.
May 8 - 7 to 10 pm The Brattleboro Dance -- 6:45 lessons.
May 13 - Friday - TANGO MILONGA.
May 14 - Bike event all morning.
May 15 - Sunday - Suzanne Kingsbury Salon Celebration (private event) 7 to 9 pm.
May 18 - Wednesday -- 5 -9 pm -- Brattleboro Women's Chorus singers' celebration/potluck.
May 19 - Thursday -- Reverend Billy event hosted by Everyone's Books
Everyone's Books Authors at 118 Series --
June 10 - Friday -- 7:00 pm coffee/dessert, 7:30 lecture by Ambassador Peter Galbraith on Update on Middle East sponsored by the Windham World Affairs Council. WWAC members only Annual Meeting precedes lecture at 6pm (members only)
June 10 - Friday - 9pm - midnight TANGO MILONGA dance
June 11 - Saturday - Live Action Art Curated by Lisa Mendelsund details tba
is the rock music festival that celebrates
young local talent and brings together youth bands
to learn, perform, inspire, and be inspired
Workshops and performances all day and
much, much more!
Visit: BrattRock's Facebook Page for updates.
October 6 - Thursday - 6-10 pm Brattleboro Community Television (BCTV) Annual Meeting and Celebration (setup starts at 3).
More Events Added Daily, KEEP POSTED!
2016 Archived Events
2015 Archived Events Including Summer Previews
January 5 - Tuesday - Windham County for Bernie phone banking 5 - 8 pm. Everyone's Books 802 254 8160
January 10 - Sunday - Windham County for Bernie Phone Banking 5 to 8 pm.
January 13 - Wednesday - 7 to 10 pm Brattleboro Wave Trance Dance hosted by Jason Abrams see Facebook
January 17 - Sunday - Windham County for Bernie Phone Banking 5 to 8 pm.
January 20 - Wednesday - 7 to 10 pm Brattleboro Wave Trance Dance hosted by Jason Abrams see Facebook
January 21 - Thursday - Sunburned Hand of Man Residency/Concert: WOW what a show!
January 23 - Saturday - 7:30 pm -- Simba plays benefit for Brooks Mitchell rehabilitation. Minimum donation $10, tickets available at Everyone's Books. Contact Sheila Humphreys for more info: 802 254 2538. THANKS EVERYONE FOR A SELLOUT DANCE BONANZA FOR A GOOD CAUSE!
January 27 - Wednesday - 7 to 10 pm Brattleboro Wave Trance Dance hosted by Jason Abrams see Facebook
January 28 - Thursday - 8pm - 10pm NECCA Cabaret with Aidan O'Shea
February 1 - Monday - 5-7 pm - Wolfe Lowenthal Tai Chi class (only for ongoing students)
February 2 - Tuesday - 9 - 10 am Long River Tai Chi with Patrick Cavanaugh (for ongoing students)
February 2 - Tuesday - 7 to 10 Brattleboro Tango.
February 6 -- Saturday -- 7:00 pm to 11pm -- Mardi Gras Celebration and Benefit for Maternal and Neonatal Outreach Services (MANOS) with BAYOU X led by Pete and Linda Simoneaux to help raise money for an upcoming medical service trip to Nicaragua to help babies babies breathe. Help send off this fourth trip for MANOS, a group of four local obstetric nurses (Debra Kitzmiller, Leah Nussbaum, Aimee Creelman and Kristin Anderson) who donate time and expertise to provide instruction and guidance to mothers and birth attendants in Nicaragua as emissaries of our community. Authentic cajun food, cash bar, raffles -- prize for best Mardi Gras costume! http://www.manosoutreach.org/
February 7 - Sunday -- 1 to 3 pm Asian Cultural Center of Vermont presents Lunar New Year of China, Korea and Vietnam Celebration, Potluck and Dragon Parade! More info at 802 257 7898 or http://accvt.org/events/
February 7 - Sunday - 4 - 7 pm Balkan Cafe with Brattleboro International Folk Dance.
February 8 - Monday - 5 - 7 pm - Wolfe Lowenthal Tai Chi class (only for ongoing students)
February 9 - - Tuesday - 9 - 10 am Patrick Cavanaugh Long River Tai Chi
February 9 - Tuesday - 7 to 10 pm Brattleboro Tango. http://brattleborotango.org/
February 10 - Wednesday - 7 to 10 pm Brattleboro Wave Trance Dance hosted by Jason Abrams see Facebook
February 11 - Thursday - S.H.M. Residency
February 12 - Friday - 8 to midnight Milonga Night Brattleboro Tango. http://brattleborotango.org/
February 13 - Saturday - 8:00 to Midnight -- From Cuba with Love ...
Valentines Dance for Latin Lovers who love Cuba's own
William Rodriguez y De Lomas y Sones,
back by popular demand from our November sellout
'Night in Havana' for more dancing, cash bar with
Whetstone Station beer, wine, specialty Mojitos,
Cuban food, chocolates and more, $15 at the door and online HERE.
February 15 - Monday - 5-7 pm - Wolfe Lowenthal Tai Chi class (only for ongoing students)
February 16 - Tuesday - 9 - 10 am Patrick Cavanaugh Long River Tai Chi
February 16 - Tuesday - 7 - 10 pm Brattleboro Tango.
February 18 - Thursday 7 - 10 pm NBFB https://www.facebook.com/events/1563380807286400/
February 22 - Monday 5 - 7 pm Wolfe Lowenthal Tai Chi class (only for ongoing students)
February 22 - Monday 8 -11 pm Future Collective presents Scent https://youtu.be/oGc4Ad_j2dE
February 23 - Tuesday - 9 - 10 am Patrick Cavanaugh Long River Tai Chi
February 23 - Tuesday 7 to 10 pm Brattleboro Tango.
February 24 - Brattleboro Ecstatic Dance
February 25 - NECCA Cabaret with Aidan O'Shea
February 28 - Sunday - Brattleboro Contra Dance Beginner workshop at dancing for all begins at Live music by Hey Day: "While guitarist George White lays down a funky neoteric foundation for the band, Jonathan Larkin, Cajun accordion player to brings on the southern dance hall excitement and the twin fiddles of Amy Larkin and Shirley White bring in fresh and tight driving harmonies." Calling by Dugan Murphy, from Portland, Maine. Admission, $10, $8 w/college id, $5 students
Fragrance free. Website for more info: brattcontra.org
February 29 - Monday - 5-7 pm - Wolfe Lowenthal Tai Chi class (only for ongoing students)
March 1 - Tuesday - 9 - 10 am Patrick Cavanaugh Long River Tai Chi
March 1 - Tuesday 10:30am - 1pm - Thonic Improvisation - Dance with live music
March 1 - Tuesday - 7 - 10 pm. Brattleboro Tango http://brattleborotango.org/
March 2 - Wednesday - Brattleboro Women's Chorus Rehearsal 6:30 - 8:30 pm
March 4 - Friday - 7:00 Listen Up - Music Residency
March 5 - Saturday - 7:30 pm, screening at 8pm --Wandering Reel Traveling Film Festival program "Encounters" 80 minutes of short creative films that explore the concept of us and them. Discussion follows with Wandering Reel director, chocolates, coffee and other refreshments. Screening starts 8pm sharp. Sliding scale $5 to $12 entry. Films and trailers here.
March 6 - Sunday - 4:00 pm, screening at 4:30: Wandering Reel Traveling Film Festival program "Pushing Boundaries" 80 minutes of short creative films that push filmmaking to new limits. Discussion follows with Wanderin
g Reel director, chocolates, coffee and other refreshments. Screening starts 4:30 pm sharp. Sliding scale $5 to $12 entry. Films and trailers here.
March 7 - Monday - 5-7 pm - Wolfe Lowenthal Tai Chi class (only for ongoing students)
March 8 - Tuesday - 9 - 10 am Patrick Cavanaugh Long River Tai Chi
March 8 - Tuesday - 7 to 10 pm Brattleboro TANGO lessons and dancing.
March 9 - Wednesday - Brattleboro Women's Chorus Rehearsal 6:30 - 8:30 pm
March 10 - Thursday - Spirit of Orr Residency
March 11 - Friday -- 9 to midnight Milonga Night Brattleboro Tango. http://brattleborotango.org/
Weekend Exhibition of Women Artists on the edge. Curated by Lisa Mendelsund and Collin Leach.
Reception Saturday, March 12, 5:00 pm.
March 13 - Sunday 3:00 - 6:00 pm New monthly (usually first Sundays!) Balkan Café features international music, traditional dance, and food. Come to join in the dancing, listen to the music or just hang out and have a good time! Easy, beginner-friendly dances will be scattered throughout the afternoon with light teaching. This month's cafe will feature live music by Blajini. All levels welcome! Suggested donation $12. More information 802-257-9513 or Facebook.com/BrattleboroFolkDance Blajini, based in the greater Boston area, brings together four international folk dance and music enthusiasts. Yaron Shragai (percussion, recorders, voice), Barry Shapiro (accordion), Dan Salomon (violin) and Ariel Weinberg (voice, flute) have been playing spirited music together since 2010. Yaron and Dan also played in the traditional Greek music group Meraki; Ariel has sung with the Bulgarian women's chorud Divi Zheni, and Barry is a veteran of the Mandala Folk Ensemble orchestra. As dancers all, they bring a particular sensitivity to the music's corresponding folk dances.
March 13 - Sunday - 7 to 10 pm Brattleboro Contra Dance Live music by The Dancing Enforcement Agency -- Autumn Rose Larkin and David Kaynor both on fiddle, with Brattleboro's own Everest Witman on guitar. Calling by Dugan Murphy, from Portland, Maine. Admission, $10, $8 w/college id, $5 students. Fragrance free. Website for more info: brattcontra.org
March 14 - Monday - 5-7 pm - Wolfe Lowenthal Tai Chi class (only for ongoing students)
March 15 - Tuesday - 9 - 10 am Patrick Cavanaugh Long River Tai Chi
March 15 - Tuesday - 7 to 10 pm TANGO! lessons and dancing.
March 16 - Wednesday - Brattleboro Women's Chorus Rehearsal 6:30 - 8:30 pm
March 17 - Thursday 7- 11 pm - Sonic Thursdays - Fieldtone Presents field recordings, eclectic, electric and very, very interesting.
River Gallery School 'Off the Wall' Art Lottery Benefit.
Contact Donna Hawes River Gallery School of Art at 802 257 1577 or see details on web:
March 21 - Monday - 5-7 pm - Wolfe Lowenthal Tai Chi class (only for ongoing students)
March 22 - Tuesday - 9 - 10 am Patrick Cavanaugh Long River Tai Chi
March 22 - Tuesday - 7 to 10 pm Brattleboro TANGO! Lessons and dancing.
March 23 - Wednesday - Brattleboro Women's Chorus Rehearsal 6 - 8 pm
March 24 - Thursday - 9:00 to 11:00 pm - New England Center for Circus Arts Student Monthly CABARET with Aidan O'Shea.
March 27 - Sunday - Brattleboro Contra Dance. Beginner workshop at Dancing for all begins at Live music by Polaris, a new trio of young musicians making their debut appearance! The members are Rose Jackson on fiddle, Jesse Ball on accordion, piano, mandolin and Sam Zakon-Anderson on piano. Calling by Steve Zakon-Anderson, the "Proud Poppa" Admission, $10, $8 w/college id, $5 students. Fragrance free
March 28 - Monday - 5-7 pm - Wolfe Lowenthal Tai Chi class (only for ongoing students)
March 29 - Tuesday - 9 - 10 am Patrick Cavanaugh Long River Tai Chi
March 30 - Wednesday - Brattleboro Women's Chorus Rehearsal 6 - 8 pm
April 1 - Friday - 7 - 9 pm - Starry Mountain Singers, Stefan Amidon producing.
April 2 - Saturday 6 to 8pm Brattleboro Union High School Nordic Teams Banquet and Celebration of a Great Year (despite the weather!)
April 3 - Sunday - 3 to 6 pm Balkan Café features live international music, traditional dance, and food. Come to join in the dancing, listen to the music or just hang out and have a good time! Easy, beginner-friendly dances will be scattered throughout the afternoon with light teaching. All levels welcome! Suggested donation $12. More information 802-257-9513 or Facebook.com/BrattleboroFolkDance
April 4 - Monday - 5-7 pm - Wolfe Lowenthal Tai Chi class (only for ongoing students)
April 5 - Tuesday - 9 - 10 am Patrick Cavanaugh Long River Tai Chi
April 5 - Tuesday - 7pm to 10 pm TANGO lessons and dance
April 6 - Wednesday - 6 to 8 pm Brattleboro Women's Chorus Rehearsal
April 7 - Listen Up - Music Residency 7pm
April 8 - Friday - 7:30 pm to midnight - TANGO MILONGA. Lessons 7:30, dance starts 8:30 pm. See facebook page
April 10 - Sunday - 1 - 5 pm Private Celebration (Happy Birthday Wendy!)
April 10 - Sunday - 7 to 10 pm Brattleboro Contra Dance (second and fourth Sundays every month!) Live music. Admission, $10, $8 w/college id, $5 students. Fragrance free. Website for more info: brattcontra.org
April 11 - Monday - 5-7 pm - Wolfe Lowenthal Tai Chi class (only for ongoing students)
April 12 - Tuesday - 9 - 10 am Patrick Cavanaugh Long River Tai Chi
April 13 - Wednesday - 5pm on Brattleboro Women's Chorus rehearsal and potluck
April 14 - Thursday - Spirit of Orr Residency Presents: Sunburned Hand of Man
a Mahalo Art Center Fundraiser to
help support 10th Annual 2016 Gathering in Gratitude workshop at
Pine Ridge Indian Reservation June 26 to July 3, 2016 details see
April 18 - Monday - 5-7 pm - Wolfe Lowenthal Tai Chi class (only for ongoing students)
April 19 - Tuesday - 9 - 10 am Patrick Cavanaugh Long River Tai Chi
April 19 - Tuesday - 7 to 10 pm Brattleboro TANGO lessons and dancing.
April 21 - Thursday - Fieldtone Presents: An evening with four wild and innovative artists from New England and beyond.
Nagual (https://nagual.bandcamp.com/): Psychadelic drones out of Oberlin.
Phemale (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GN-H56RW-aM&nohtml5=False): Otherworldly theatrics, mellow tones for somber bones from New Haven, CT.
Nick Grunerud (https://nickgrunerud.bandcamp.com/): Solo Ronk N Rollo, gracing our town from New Haven, CT.
Azarat (http://www.azfarat.com/linksmusic.html): Brattleboro's own trash music meastro.
Doors at 7! Donations welcome.
April 24 - Sunday - 7 to 10 pm Brattleboro Contra Dance (second and fourth Sundays every month!) Live music. Admission, $10, $8 w/college id, $5 students. Fragrance free. Website for more info: brattcontra.org
April 25 - Monday - 5-7 pm - Wolfe Lowenthal Tai Chi class (only for ongoing students)
and Our Official Opening Labor Day Weekend
June 27 - 2pm and 7pm - Gathering in Gratitude Performance w/ Lakota Tribe Teens from South Dakota
June 26, 2015 - 7pm - Gathering in Gratitude Performance w/ Lakota Tribe Teens from South Dakota (118's first public test, thank-you Lakota!)
July 10 Fieldwire and Spirit of Orr present music Music by Jørgen Teller, Ron Schneiderman, Dredd Foole, John Singer, John Levin. Films by Jonathan Schwartz
July 15 - 6 to 8 pm Promise Communities Southern Vermont Meeting
July 24 - 7pm Ambassador Peter Galbraith "The Iran Nuclear Agreement: Why it is good for America and how it may change the Middle East"
Windham World Affairs Council "Hot Off the Press" seriesJuly 28 - 7pm Four Top Science Fiction Writers read fro their work, sign books, sponsored by Everyone's Books
August 4 - Future Collective - 8 pm
PAPER BEE (az/ma)
(formerly devil's coachwhip)
no booze - no substances
August 6 - Promise Communities Southern Vermont Community Meeting.August 8 - 5:30pm to 11:30pm - Brattleboro Film Festival's Summer Cinema Slam, sponsored by Southern Vermont Young Professionals
August 20 - 7pm Samirah Evans and Franz Robert concert
August 27 - 7 to 9 pm, Windham County for Bernie organizing activities begin for New Hampshire -- Open to the Public
September 3 - FUTURE FEST
Thursday Sept 3rd: 6pm-12am 118 Elliot St EXPERIMENTAL SHOWCASE
Rush Awesome - https://soundcloud.com/rushawesome
Blacklight Lighthouse - https://vimeo.com/blacklightlighthouse
23 Ensemble - http://collapsiblecatrecords.bandcamp.com/
Harvey Bigman - https://harveybigman.bandcamp.com/
Flaming Dragons of Middle Earth - http://flamingdragonsofmiddleearth.blogspot.com/
Phurnne - https://phurnne.bandcamp.com/releases
Curse Purse - http://feedingtuberecords.bandcamp.com/album/curse-purse
Green Hill Builders - http://greenhillbuilders.bandcamp.com/
Azfarat - https://azfarat.bandcamp.com/
September 4, 5, 6 - US PREMIERE The Round by Project In Situ An unconventional performance experience created by French choreographic duo
Martin Chaput + Martial Chazallon and local residents sends audiences out of the theater and into the streets for a choreographed journey of downtown Brattleboro.
WHEN: 12-5pm departures every 15 minutes (bring your smartphone!) on Friday, September 4 + Saturday September 5 + Sunday September 6
WHERE: starting at 118 Elliot TICKETS + RESERVATIONS: $15 | $10 students. Available August 1st. http://www.vermontperformancelab.org/events
September 6 -- 8 pm Circle of Sound: Local and regional musicians will perform a suite of live compositions as part of a musical adventure. Musicians from a wide variety of disciplines will embark on a journey to explore unknown sonic landscapes through spontaneous composition. By donation.
September 7, Fieldtone Presents: Chicago based 'Sun Speak' and Others
September 10, Thursday, 7:00 pm, 350.org’s “Keep it in the Ground” campaign, Post Oil Solutions and the Climate Change Cafe will host a simulcast of this project’s major launch event. Originating from the Brooklyn Academy of Music, the event will be live streamed and will include such climate notables as Bill McKibben and Naomi Klein, as well as other voices from the global movement. The “Keep it in the Ground” campaign will shape much of 350.org’s work through the critical gathering of world leaders at this December’s COP 21 conference in Paris, where it is hoped that decisive actions will be taken to substantially reduce global warming. The idea is to use the launch to build up a clear global narrative and kick off the sprint to Paris.
September 15 - Tuesday, 7 to 9pm Paul Zaloom Puppet Making Workshop "Puppets In The Green Mountains", Sandglass Theater. A very exciting opportunity to learn from the world-reknowed puppeteer and object theater luminary, Paul Zaloom! In this workshop participants will be introduced to the world of object theater. They'll then be guided through performance techniques and explore who to create work using everyday household items and found objects as characters and set pieces.
September 17 - Thursday, 8:00pm Sandglass Theater's Puppets in the Green Mountains Festival: Hooray for Hollywood (Film) Raven Kaliana (England)
A powerful film that utilizes spare compositions and expressive handmade tabletop puppets to represent experiences of sexual exploitation and human trafficking from a child’s vantage point, using implicit rather than explicit means. Stark and deeply moving, this film was created to raise public awareness of these crimes, providing insight to anyone with an interest in protecting children.
September 24 - Thursday - NECCA private event
September 27 - Sunday, 4pm Write Action screening and discussion "Quiet Rebel" the work of Lynn Martin
October 1 - Let's Grow Kids breakfast 7:30 - 9 am
October 1 - Girls on the Run Vermont presents"Finding Traction" a film about native Vermonter and 'ultrarunner' Nikki Kimball, who will lead a discussion after the screening
October 2, 3, 4 - Brattleboro Literary Festival -- Literary Death Match Friday, October 2
October 8 - The first event for Howard Frank Mosher's new book, God's Kingdom, which was inspired by the life of Alexander Twilight, Middlebury College's first black graduate.
October 12 -- Monday, 7:00 pm -- Windham County for Bernie organizing event, info at: firstname.lastname@example.org
October 14 - Wednesday - come experience INTERPLAY with Judith Reichsman -- fun, improvisational,
physical, therapeutic theatre-games for all. 7 pm to 8:30 pm for the next five Wednesdays
October 15 -- Thursday - 7:30 pm Chamber Music Concert to support and raise awareness about the Manitou Project, a 235 acre land preserve 20 minutes from Downtown Brattleboro that celebrates the sacred interdependence of humans and nature, a model of land conservation and education integrating spiritual and practical applications of ecological awareness see http://manitouproject.org/
October 17 - Doors open at 7:00, begins at 8pm. The theme is 'Transitions' for a Story Slam with cash bar with famed storyteller and funny and wonderful Host Hillary Boone, a fundraiser for Southern Vermont AIDS Project http://www.aidsprojectsouthernvermont.org/events/. Tickets $12. Story Slam is a live storytelling competition. Storytellers (slammers) have 5 minutes each to tell a story, based on the theme chosen for the event. Stories must be original and preferably based on one’s own experience. Participants are judged by teams of audience members. Come read or come listen, no matter what you are in for a lot of fun!
October 21 - Wednesday -- INTERPLAY class 7:00 to 8:30 pm -- come experience it!
October 22 - Thursday - 8:30 pm -- New England Center for Circus Arts Pro-Track Cabaret with Aidan O'Shea, details to come.
October 25 - HOMOPROMO (an extension of Green Mountain Crossroads) presents...IN OUR ROOMS: A SHOWCASE FOR SOLOS. Please join us for an intimate evening of swaying and swooning to celebrate and share the art of songwriting. There will be an intermission with snacks and good conversation. Tickets are $7-15 dollars, sliding scale. This is an all-ages show--sets will be short, sober, and sweet.
October 28 - Wednesday- INTERPLAY 7:00 to 8:30 pm with Judith Reischsman
October 31 -- Halloween costume party dance with Alafia — Brattleboro-based 10-piece band celebrating the hard-grooving, politically dangerous Afrobeat music of Nigeria's Fela Kuti.
November 4 - Wednesday- INTERPLAY 7:00 to 8:30 pm with Judith Reischsman
November 5 - Thursday -- Circle of Sound
November 6 -- Friday, 4:30 to 6 pm -- Book launch reception for Tim Stevenson's Resilience and Resistance: Building Sustainable Communities for a Post Oil Age on (Brattleboro Gallery Walk Night).
November 6 -- Friday, 7:00 - 9 pm -- Cuban diplomat and raconteur Amb. Caros Alzugaray PhD will speak on "The U.S. and Cuba: Opportunities and Challenges of Normalization' sponsored by Windham World Affairs Council, coffee and tea, snacks served, FREE, see info at: http://www.windhamworldaffairscouncil.org
November 7 - Saturday - 8:30 pm to ? Brattleboro Film Festival "Night in Havana" extravaganza with Cuban William Rodriguez "De Lomas y Sones" septet, cash bar with Whetstone Station Tap Beer, wine, Specialty Mojitos, Cuban finger-food, set-break frivolities with New England Center for Circus Arts Pro-Track Students and more -- get ready to dance!
November 11 - Wednesday- INTERPLAY 7:00 to 8:30 pm with Judith Reischsman
November 12 - Thursday - S.H.M. Music Residency
November 13 - Friday - Chard deNiord, local poet and brand new Poet Laureate of Vermont, reads from his new book of poetry "Interstate"
November 15 - Sunday - 1 to 3 pm Asian Cultural Center of Vermont presents Diwali New Year Festival of India with Navaratri Group Dance and Potluck. More info at 802 257 7898 or http://accvt.org/events/
November 18 -- Wednesday, 6:00 to 8:00 pm -- Vermont Regional Conservation Commissioners private event
November 19 - Thursday New England Center for Circus Arts Pro-Track Cabaret with Aidan O'Shea
November 26 - Closed
December 3 - Thursday, Circle of Sound 7 pm
Brattleboro-West-Arts.com, 5, 6 -- all weekend Brattleboro-West Arts presents 17 Artists, 3 Days, a holiday art show and sale. Opening reception from . Show continues from . Details:
December 9 - Wednesday, New England Presenters meeting 9 to 3pm
December 14 - Monday, private class 4:45 to 7:15 pm
December 17 - Thursday - S.H.M. Music Residency
December 18 - Friday - 8 to midnight -- African Music / Dance Community Celebration / Benefit
with Raoul Ombang from Cameroon and Pape Ba from Senegal
December 19 - Saturday (Private Party)
(Closed December 21 to January 3, 2016 -- need a breather!)