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Capital City Community Calendar

Welcome to the Capital City Community Calendar. This is a comprehensive events calendar connecting our community with the wide array of events offered at in our vibrant city. If you are hosting an event in Montpelier, you are invited to list your event details here on our community calendar. Before submitting a community event, please refer to the calendar policy.

Festival & Events

  1. The Little Prince

    February 28, 2020, All Day @ Lost Nation Theater - City Hall Arts Center

    LOST NATION THEATER presents the culminating project of its one-week Dance-Theater Storytelling Camp: The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry. It’s Theater FOR Kids BY Kids! Directed & Choreographed by Taryn Noelle and Kim Allen Bent “It is only with the heart that one can see rightly…” Follow the Little Prince and the Aviator as they visit various planets, meet an array of characters from sly to sincere. They explore friendship, love, loss and adventure. Join us as fly through space and into the imagination and tell this most beloved story with athletic adagio, contemporary modern dance, hip-hop and inventive design! Run time approximately 30 minutes. (Recommended for ages 4 & up)

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  2. Dessert at Hogwarts

    February 28, 2020, 5:00 PM - 7:30 PM @ Bethany United Church of Christ

    Come experience the Magic of Hogwarts, Friday, February 28 by joining us for Dessert in the Great Hall at Hogwarts at 6 pm. All tickets include photo ops with Hogwarts staff, a butter beer, the opportunity to have a wand choose you, and your choice of three desserts to eat while the staff of Hogwarts entertains you! Make the experience more fun by coming in costume! Request your tickets by emailing or by facebook messaging Bethany Church UCC or friend us on facebook at Bethany Church, UCC and go to our Events page.

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  3. Thaw: A Conversation

    February 28, 2020, 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM @ The Garage Cultural Center

    rtist Evie Lovett and poet Diana Whitney have each drawn inspiration from the Connecticut River in their work. In this multimedia exhibition, entitled Thaw: A Conversation, they share their points of intersection on the muse of the river, as friends and fellow artists. Lovett’s encaustic paintings and several of Whitney’s poems show at the Garage Cultural Center. Lovett photographed the Connecticut River for the 2016 From the River, To the River public art project in Brattleboro. Patterns and rhythms of the river seeped into work she was creating in the encaustic studio at that time. Serendipitously, Lovett’s friend Diana Whitney had given her two poems--both unfinished, works in progress--and the poet’s language captured the contrasting forces of calm and peril, freeze and thaw that compelled Lovett to the river. Lovett tacked Whitney’s poems up in her studio and returned to her words again and again as she navigated her own work.

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