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T h e Spirit o f Ethan Allen puts murder

878-3550.

Montpelier, 7:30 p.m. $10. Info,

on the m enu with an interactive, float­

SU M M E R STARGAZING: Explore

899-4008.

ing sp in -off o f City Slickers. Leaving

constellations, craters o f the m oon and

CAN D L EL IG H T CONCERT:

from the Burlington Boathouse, 6:30

the wonders o f the Milky Way. North

Frederick Jodry plays selections from

p.m. $34.95. Info, 8 62-8300.

Branch Nature Center, Montpelier, 9

Bach’s “Well-Tempered Clavier” on the

A U D IT IO N S: Champlain Arts

p.m. $3. Info, 229-6206.

harpsichord at O ld West Church,

Theater Com pany is seeking actors for

NATURALIST LECTURE:

Calais, 7:30 p.m. $8. Info, 426-3432.

Endangered species o f Vermont are the

B U R L IN G T O N TAIKO D R U M ­

focus o f a slide presentation at the Mt.

MERS: This percussive performance

Mansfield Hostel, Vermont State Ski

by the Burlington ensemble is the

Dorm , Route 108, Stowe, 7 p.m. Free.

modern practice o f an ancient art

Info, 253-4010.

form. Haskell Opera House, Derby

VER M O NT VENTURE NET­

Line, 7 p.m. $10. Info, 334-1357.

three upcom ing adult shows, including / Never Sang fa r M y Father and Silent Contract, about sexual harassment in the workplace. 1 Main St., Burlington, 6-9 p.m. Free. Info, 860 -3611.

film

W ORK: Investor types interact with

‘STATIO NS O F T H E ELEVATED’:

entrepreneurs, managers and service

drama

Manfried Kircheimer shows and dis­

providers at the Radisson Hotel,

‘LYSISTRATA’: See August 26, $12.50

cusses his cinematic study o f subway

Burlington, 8-10 a.m. $15. Info,

‘CRAZY FOR Y O U ’: See August 26.

trains, with soundtrack by Charles

658-7820.

‘SPIDER’S W EB’: See August 26, 8

Mingus. H elen D ay Arts Center,

H IST O R IC R U T L A N D TO UR:

p.m.

Stowe, 7 p.m. Free. Info, 253-8358.

Volunteers in local and architectural

August 26, 8 p.m.

the successful publication o f Views

A U D IT IO N S: See August 27.

LAZY W RITERS FO RUM : Share

Through Time. Departing from Depot

‘IN SU R R E C T IO N MASS’: This non­

your writing in progress in a supportive

Park, Rutland, 10 a.m. $2. Info,

religious service includes radical texts

workshop environment. Kellogg-

775-5413.

spoken and sung, cantastorias and

ROYAL LIPPIZAN STALLIONS:

“funeral marches for rotten ideas.”

T h e high-stepping white stallions offer

Bread & Puppet Theater, Glover, 8

equine entertainment four times a

p.m. Donations. Info, 525-3031.

Hubbard Library, Montpelier, 6 p.m. Free. Info, 2 23-3338.

kids

week in North Hero, 6 p.m. $15. Info,

PARENTS A N O N Y M O U S : See August 26. Chittenden C ounty Food Shelf, Burlington. ‘N E W TITL ES’ STO RY TIM E: Stuffed animals are welcom e at this “bearable” reading o f new books for

372-5683.

V O LUN TEER PICNIC: Anyone who

8 6 3-5966.

helped clear ice storm debris from the

U SE D IN S T R U M E N T SALE: Shop

Long Trail is welcome at this picnic

for second-hand instruments, sheet

celebration hosted by the Green

music and accessories at a benefit sale

Mountain Club, Route 100, Waterbury

for the O nion River Arts Council. See

Center, 4:30-7 p.m. Free. Info,

“to do” list, this issue. Christ Church,

244-7037.

Montpelier, 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. Free. Info,

etc

229-9408.

ROYAL LIPIZZAN STALLIONS: See

o f Bach’s Brandenburg Concerti -— in

August 27.

one night — under the direction o f

FLORAL D ESIG N DEM O : The royal

Yuli Turovsky. Hunter Park,

flower arrangers at the wedding o f

Manchester, Grounds open at 4:30

Princess Diana show their stuff to ben­

p.m. Concert starts at 7 p.m. $9-29.

efit the Nature Conservancy. United

Info, 8 0 0 -876-9293.

Church o f Craftsbury, Craftsbury

‘T H E BREAD BAKER’S CANTATA’:

Com m on, 1:30-3:30 p.m. $15. Info,

Bread and Puppet Theater is famous

BALLROOM N IG H T S: Merengue

Shuman localizes his discussion about

masters whip you into shape before a

“creating self-reliant communities in a

night o f ballroom dancing. Sunset

global age.” See “to do” list, this issue.

Rooftop Ballroom, Holiday Inn

Fletcher Free Library, Burlington, 7-9

Express, 8:30 p.m. $12. Info,

Essex Junction, 7 p.m. $26-29. Info,

1 M USICI D E M O NTREAL: Hear all

229-4425.

for its sourdough rye. Get the musical

O PE N OBSERVATORY: Get a good

story behind the baking at Bread and

look at the summer sky with members

Puppet Theater, Glover, 7 p.m.

o f the Vermont Astronomical Society.

Donations. Info, 525-3031.

Hinesburg, 9 p.m. - midnight. Free.

LATE N IG H T CABARET: A melodi­

Info and directions, 985-3269.

ous melange o f songs from stage,

G LB TQ SU PP O R T GRO UP: Gay,

screen and concert hall adds entertain­

lesbian, bisexual, transgendered and

m ent to the dessert menu at Bellinis

questioning youth make new friends

Restaurant, Montpelier, 10:30 p.m. $5.

and get support. Outright Vermont,

Info, 223-5300.

dance

‘G O IN G LOCAL’: Author Michael

p.m. Free. Info, 660-0640.

issue. Champlain Valley Fairgrounds,

‘T H E M O ST HAPPY FELLA’: See

history lead a walking tour based on

words

sport

Burlington, 6:30-9 p.m. Free. Info,

‘T H E PROPER LADIES’: The a cap-

800-452-2428.

pclla& uo o f Anabel Graetz and

BATTERED W O M E N ’S SU PPO R T

Deborah Goss samples stories and

G ROUP: W omen Helping Battered

songs from turn-of-the-century

Women facilitates a group in

Vermont. Haskell Opera H ouse, 7

Burlington, 9:30-11 a.m. Free. Info,

p.m. $10. Info, 334-1357.

658-1996.

862-2207.

drama

864-8001.

film

‘CRAZY FOR Y O U ’: See August 26.

STORY H O U R : Kids learn from

‘A STRANGER IN T H E K ING ­

lighthearted literature in a country set­

D O M ’: T he All Arts Council o f

ting. Flying Pig Childrens Books, Ferry

Franklin County screens the Jay

kids. Barnes & N oble Bookstore, S. Burlington, 3 p.m. Free. Info,

Rd., Charlotte, 10:30 a.m. Free. Info,

music

425-2600.

U SE D IN ST R U M E N T SALE:

‘LYSISTRATA’: See August 26, $12.50. ‘SPID ER ’S W E B ’: See August 26, 4 & 8:30 p.m.

music

Craven film about a small Vermont

Looking to sell that second-hand

etc

squeeze box? Drop off your second­

HEPATITIS-C SU P P O R T GRO UP:

hand instruments today for the sale

Three million Americans suffer from

tomorrow. Appraisers will be on hand.

this still-incurable liver disease. A sup­

See “to do” list, this issue. Christ

port group meets at Fanny Allen

Church, Montpelier, 3-7 p.m. Free.

Hospital, Colchester, 6:30 p.m. Free.

Info, 229-9408.

Info, 453 -5 5 3 2 .

‘FROM V EN IC E T O VERSAILLES’:

TO ASTM ASTER S M EETING :

Ensemble Soleil present a concert trac­

T H E M O ST HAPPY FELLA’: See

town shattered by racism. Missisquoi

'FROM VEN IC E T O VERSAILLES’:

Valley Union High School Theatre,

See August 28, College Street

7:30 p.m. $6. Info, 633-2306.

Congregational Church, Burlington.

‘T H E PROLETARIANS’: This giant

kids

rockers who headlined Another

T E EN N IG H T : Bring an instrument

Roadside Attraction play in support

to play or share, or be part o f the

their new album, Phantom Power. See

“Friday night at the Improv” audience.

“sound advice,” this issue. Mount

Westford Library, 7:30-9:30 p.m. Free.

Ellen, Sugarbush North, Fayston, 6

Info, 879-6808.

p.m. $24.50. Info, 862-5300.

STORY H O UR: Toddlers listen to sto­

RANDY TRAVIS: The crooner credit­

from its origins in Italy to pre-revolu­

ries at the Milton Public Library, 10:30

ed with reviving country music sings

Econolodge Conference Center, S.

tionary France. Bethany Church,

a.m. Free. Info, 893-4644.

up a storm with special guest Martina

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