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National Travel & Tourism Week

Join us in celebrating Stowe’s 2nd National Travel and Tourism Week on May 1-7, 2022! National Travel and Tourism Week (NTTW) is a nationwide celebration hosted by the US Travel Association each year in order to celebrate travel and tourism professionals across the country and unite in the value that travel holds for our economy, […]

Noon Music in May with Stowe Performing Arts

Stowe Community Church Main Street, Stowe

Stowe Performing Arts presents Noon Music In May, free concerts at noon every Wednesday during the month of May at the Stowe Community Church. Sponsored by The Family of Irene Bareau. Performers Alison Cerutti, piano and Elizabeth Reid, viola. For the opening concert of Noon Music in May, the Cerutti-Reid Duo will perform energetic and […]

Free

A Morning with Chief Stevens of the Nulhegan Band of the Coosuk Abenaki Nation

The Current 5 School Street, PO Box 411, Stowe, VT, United States

In partnership with Stowe Vibrancy, The Current is excited to announce an opportunity to spend a morning with Chief Donald Stevens of the Nulhegan Band of the Coosuk Abenaki Nation. Chief Stevens is a political activist, artisan, educator, environmentalist, writer, and lecturer. A gifted storyteller, Chief Stevens will speak about the Indigenous Peoples’ Day Rocks! […]

Noon Music in May with Stowe Performing Arts

Stowe Community Church Main Street, Stowe

Stowe Performing Arts presents Noon Music In May, free concerts at noon every Wednesday during the month of May at the Stowe Community Church. Sponsored by The Family of Irene Bareau. Support for this series is provided by the Family of Irene Bareau. Performer Peter Sykes, Organ Peter Sykes is one of the most distinguished […]

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The Rules of the Game (1939)

The Current 5 School Street, PO Box 411, Stowe, VT, United States

Stowe Story Labs and The Current present the first screening of Jean Renoir's "The Rules of the Game." Presentation prior to screening given by Robert Delany, Programming Coordinator for Stowe Story Labs.

Free

Noon Music in May with Stowe Performing Arts

Stowe Community Church Main Street, Stowe

Stowe Performing Arts presents Noon Music In May, free concerts at noon every Wednesday during the month of May at the Stowe Community Church. Support for this series is provided by the Family of Irene Bareau. Performers Victor Cayres, piano Victor Cayres frequently performs in Brazil, Europe, and in prestigious venues in the U.S., such […]

Free

Noon Music in May with Stowe Performing Arts

Stowe Community Church Main Street, Stowe

Stowe Performing Arts presents Noon Music In May, free concerts at noon every Wednesday during the month of May at the Stowe Community Church. Support for this series is provided by the Family of Irene Bareau. Performers Heliand Consort A Vermont-based chamber music ensemble, the Heliand Consort performs in various combinations of piano and woodwind […]

Free

Alternative Takes Gallery & Opening Reception at Spruce Peak Arts

Spruce Peak Performing Arts Center 122 Hourglass Drive, Stowe, VT, United States

Spruce Peak Arts is pleased to announce the Alternative Takes (on Human Impact) gallery exhibit, a group exhibition featuring three very different perspectives on the world around us, from the architecture of western civilization to the natural world, to the individuals navigating both, accomplished with paint, collage, and graphite. Participating artists are Misoo Bang, Richard […]

Free

Best of Stowe

Main Street Stowe

Stowe comes alive in spring when Stowe Vibrancy showcases artisan vendors on Main Street in the Village, along with merchants and restaurants throughout the town providing what they do Best in Stowe – exceptional food and spirits and unique Vermont goods – all in a picturesque setting. Place your order online from vendors, or pickup your […]

Michael Mwenso’s Ancestral Communal Listening Experience

Spruce Peak Performing Arts Center 122 Hourglass Drive, Stowe, VT, United States

Burlington Jazz curator, Michael Mwenso will lead us through a series of listening experiences of Gospel, Blues, Jazz, and Other Black Roots Music forms. Guiding the audience through thematic sessions and co-discovering the nutrients that can continuously feed the soul hidden in the music. Accompanied by Jono Gasparo and Flynn Executive Director, Jay Wahl, Michael […]