Friday, January 30 2015

Category: Entertainment

Director Hopes Small-Town Play Gets Big Laughs

Director Hopes Small-Town Play Gets Big Laughs

By Dillon Walsh, Standard Correspondent When director Jo OliverYeager discovered the play “Death and Taxes,” she said the plot — a comedic murder mystery revolving around a local ...

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Photos: Hartland Country Dance

Photos: Hartland Country Dance

The Hartland Community Arts hosted a country dance at Damon Hall with Adam Boyce calling. Nancy Nutile-McMenemy Photos A portion of these photos appear in the January 22, 2015 pri ...

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Preview ‘Fiddler On The Roof’ at NWPL

Preview ‘Fiddler On The Roof’ at NWPL

To get a sneak preview of ArtisTree Theater Company and Pentangle Arts’ production of Fiddler on the Roof, please join us at the Norman Williams Public Library in Woodstock, Tuesd ...

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Author Michael Tougias In Hartland Sunday, Jan. 18

Author Michael Tougias In Hartland Sunday, Jan. 18

Go 400 Miles Down The Connecticut River New England's longest river, the Connecticut, is rich in history and natural history. On Sunday, Jan. 18 at 2 p.m., at Damon Hall in Hartla ...

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Winter Reading & Trail Walks At MBR National Park

Winter Reading & Trail Walks At MBR National Park

Sunday, January 18 at 1 p.m. meet a park ranger at the Carriage Barn Visitor Center and join them in sharing short stories and poetry about winter. ...

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Art Opening Reception: Artistree Daily Painters Friday, Jan. 16

Art Opening Reception: Artistree Daily Painters Friday, Jan. 16

Artistree Daily Painters Exhibit Opening Reception: Friday, January 16th 5:30-7:30pm January 16th – January 31st Exhibit featuring artwork from twenty-three different local artist ...

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The Battle Over Sue: ‘Dinosaur 13′ Showing At Woodstock Film Series

The Battle Over Sue: ‘Dinosaur 13′ Showing At Woodstock Film Series

What is known to most as the greatest paleontological find ever, the most completely restored Tyrannosaurus Rex, otherwise known as Sue, is back in town — well, virtually speaking ...

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Annette Compton Retrospective Art Opening Reception At NWPL

Annette Compton Retrospective Art Opening Reception At NWPL

Annette was truly a renaissance woman. She was interested in acting, painting, illustrating, writing and very involved in local interests such as the establishment of The Market o ...

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Local Student Filmmakers Intern On Salinger Movie

Local Student Filmmakers Intern On Salinger Movie

By Michelle Fields, Standard Correspondent When Woodstock resident Jim Sadwith makes a movie, he sees it not only as an opportunity for himself but other locals as well. From inve ...

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Winter Workshop: Winter Tree Identification

Winter Workshop: Winter Tree Identification

  Winter Tree Identification Workshop, Date: Saturday, January 17 Time: 10 a.m. - 1 p.m The leaves have fallen and identifying the trees in your backyard can be challenging. ...

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