The Brattleboro VFW at 40 Black Mountain Road is open to the public for lunch. Lunch is served from 11:30 - 1:30. Specials are only $6 a plate. Burgers, fries, onion rings, chicken wings, soups and sandwiches are also available.
Take outs available by calling 257-0438.
Mon. - Salisbury steak w/ mushroom gravy, mashed potato & veg.
Tues - baked chicken w/ potato & veg.
Wed - spaghetti w/ meat sauce & salad
Thur - pot roast w/ potato & veg
Fri - homemade crab cakes w/ onion rings
Weekly Drop-in Scrabble will continue weekly on Wednesdays at 6 pm in the Local History Room, EXCEPT on First Wednesdays. Free and all welcome. Join us for 1st Wednesday Jan 4th, hope to see you at scrabble next week!
Brooks Memorial Library, 224 Main Street, Brattleboro, VT 05301
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 802-254-5290
The Brattleboro VFW will be holding a bingo on Sunday, New Year's Day. Doors open at 12 pm, and bingo games start at 2 PM. A single winner will take home $1000 when they win the jackpot in 75 numbers or less. No food or drink may be brought into the hall, but food and drinks are available for purchase. Public is invited.
HAPPY FUNNY NEW YEAR
Jan 9th Audrey Hepburn & George Peppard –9:30 am
Jan 23rd Gene Kelly, Lucille Ball, Red Skelton – 10 am
Jan 30th Walter Mathau & George Burns – 9:30 am
December 5th – 10:00 am
Starring: George Burns, John Denver
December 12th – 10:00 am
Starring: Bill Murry, Karon Allen
PETER AND THE FARM @ THE LATCHIS
Opens Mon Nov 14 through the following weekend
*** SPECIAL SCREENING :
Fri Nov 18th 7PM with Q&A with Peter Dunning and Director Tony Stone
More info at: http://theater.latchis.com
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Now that you’ve got it, let’s try another:
– 10:00 am
Maberly, Maggie Smith
– 9:30 am
Mirren, Om Puri
EEK – BOO - YIKES
October 3rd - 9:30
Starring: Will Smith, Bridget Moynahan
October 17th – 10:00 am
Starring: Zach Galligan, Phoebe Cates, Hoyt Axton
When I was a kid there was a game called ‘Barrel of Monkeys’. It consisted of a plastic cup filled with a bunch of little multicolored simians with limbs that interlocked. The object was to lift and hook arms forming a chain with as many as possible. At least that’s how I remember it. This recollection corresponds to an image that was once broadcast on the Daily Show, of Jon Stewart presenting his writer’s room. The shot was inside a racquetball court, behind a glass wall, the space stuffed with people, hipsters mostly, cheek to jowl, practically climbing over each other. Let these images serve as illustration and introduction of my point.
Fourteen youth rock bands and solo artists will take the stage at 118 Elliot in downtown Brattleboro, Vermont on Saturday, October 1 for BrattRock 2016, the first Brattleboro Youth Rock Festival. Performances will take place on two stages, one indoor and one outdoor, between 5:00 and 10:00 PM. Gates open at 4:30 PM. The festival will also feature food vendors, as well as an arts and crafts activity tent hosted by the River Gallery School. All are invited to attend this family-friendly event.
Advance tickets are available online via the BrattRock website at www.brattrock.org. Prices are $8 adults/$6 students in advance and $10 adults /$8 students at the door. Proceeds from the event will be donated to Youth Services.
Sept.12th - 10 am
German: Story of two nomadic shephard boys to reconcile a camel with her rejected newborn calf.
Sept. 19th – 9:30 am
British: Story of a young girl who steals books to teach herself to read as a refuge from Nazi Germany.
Sept. 26th – 10:00 am
Hetre si a lyncei revdac postenosa rettul ni het perup tarp fo eth lohitsne nofanitu.
Fi oyu tawn ti, ti si royus, tub leapse tup ni a lamsl eretarus ni het mesa pots, os oyu nodt emoceb eth yonl eno hwo tegs ot dinf eabtyu heter.
Enoemos esle tup ni esome shifdlog ni eth rewol tarp fo het nofanitu.
Before you set out to find this treasure,
find something that you would like to find.
A trinket, a ring, a little treasure worthy of being found.
Swap it with the one we left for you, so that this treasure hunt can bring a little joy to many different people, perhaps for years.
DO NOT DIG DEEPLY.
The treasure is hidden by the thinnest layer.
I will mark it with an X.
Please hide your treasure safely, only an inch down at most, and under the X.
Here are the clues.
What’s New at the Steampunk Festival This Year
Well, Splendid Teapot Racing for one—and Burlesque for another
Festival Benefits the Springfield Humane Society
Volunteers Still Needed
SPRINGFIELD, VT—The Springfield Steampunk Festival, an official Vermont Arts 2016 event slated for September 23, 24, 25 features new musical performers, more workshops and many more vendors while embracing new intriguing and whimsical ideas from as far away as New Zealand. Splendid Teapot Racing was conceived by Simone Montgomery in Dunedin, New Zealand and premiered for the first time in 2014 at Steampunk NZ Festival in Oamaru. And now it premieres in Springfield, Vt. The Steampunk movement is truly international in scope.
Whoa, here it comes!
UKUKLE FLASH MOB, TODAY, Thursday the 25th, at 6pm sharp!
Where? Harmony Place smack in the center of Brattleboro.
ALL ARE welcome! (no need to play - just come enjoy the fun!)
Strolling of the Heifers Presents an Evening of Cosmic Comedy with Swami Beyondananda - "the Mark Twain of our times"By MartinLangeveld | Sun, August 21 2016
Swami Beyondananda, the comedian also known as Steve Bhaerman, has been called “the Mark Twain of our times” by best-selling author Marianne Williamson — because he is not only hilariously funny but also offers sharp social commentary along with a spiritual perspective.
In his first-ever Brattleboro appearance, the Swami will present his cosmic wisdom at the Robert H. Gibson River Garden on Friday, Sept. 9. The show is a fund raiser for Strolling of the Heifers.
For nearly 30 years, the Swami has been a fount of comedy disguised as wisdom — or is it wisdom disguised as comedy? In any case, this heart-opening, mind-expanding show will help you wake up laughing and leave laughter in your wake.
SAXTONS RIVER, Vt. – The folk duo Neptune’s Car, featuring Holly Hanson and Steve Hayes, will be bringing their watertight harmonies, tasty guitar and solid songs to Main Street Arts for a performance Saturday, Aug. 27 at 7:30 p.m.
Tickets are $15.
Hanson’s light soprano blends perfectly with Hayes’ warm tenor, while vibrant lyrics and compelling melodies nestle in inviting arrangements, telling stories rich in detail, from a miner’s life in “A Blue Sky Turned to Rust” to “Emily Dickinson,” told with lyrics as beautiful as the poet’s own words.
The duo offers music in a down-to-earth style that has earned the praise of the Great American Song Contest, which called their “Fly Fishing the Big Hole” “…vivid, focused and engaging.”
Staying true to the spirit of her astrological sign, jazz and blues vocalist Samirah Evans has hosted a party that is partconcert, part jam session nearly every year for the past two decades in celebration of her own birthday and that of fellow Leo’s. The 2016 Leo Party takes place at 4:00pm on Sunday, August 21, at the 118 Elliot performance space in downtown Brattleboro.
This year’s celebration will also serve as the concert debut of her choir, the NOLABratts. Evans says she had been approached many times about directing a local choir over the years, and this summer she recruited a small group of participants with varying levels of experience to perform vocal arrangements of classic New Orleans R&B tunes.
SAXTONS RIVER, Vt. – Heads will be scratching in wonder as Ben Pratt brings his magic to Main Street Arts in a show Saturday, Aug. 20 at 7:30 p.m.
Breath-taking sleight of hand, birds and humans materializing out of nowhere and Ben himself walking through a solid glass mirror are some of the seemingly impossible happenings that will leave the audience wondering, “How did he do that?”