Are you a fiber artist? Meet other textile creatives at their twice-monthly meetup.
Note: All sessions are held at the public library on Maiden Street—bring along a project and meet the group upstairs in the back.
If you ever wanted to explore a treasure filled dungeon with your friends, fighting with swords and magic and save the day this is for you! A lighter version of the world’s most popular role playing game, this is great for beginners and experienced players alike!
Max 8 players – $10/week! Contact us to sign up now!
Think and grow rich is the go-to guide for anyone looking to improve their lives to your potential. This book is not a get rich quick book. In fact, it doesn’t even have to be about money. The principals are consistent with personal growth and development. EVERY worthwhile consultant in America says when starting any personal growth program to read THIS book 3 times in year 1 and once a year after. How many times have you read it? It’s the start that stops most people.
Join us in our cozy Ogre Den for an evening of pizza and board games!
Pizza, soda and chips – $5!
Board gaming – Free!
Join us for Smash Up! or Dead of Winter or any other game from our library!
Join us for another Paint Nite event! Use code PNfbVT for 40% off tickets!
Groove is a powerful yet surprisingly simple method to movement, and mindfulness. No complex and or intimidating choreography. We use simple rhythm movements combined with great music to get you moving authentically, and creatively. In this class you will be guided to relax, enjoy, and explore different creative options, and then finishing with 5 minutes of mindful stillness. There is no right or wrong way to Groove! All are welcome regardless of fitness levels, experience, and or age! Currently, St. Albans has the only Groove floors.
Beginning on February 13 2019, Twiggs in St. Albans, VT, will be the location of a new monthly blues jam! Landing on the 2nd Wednesday of the month EVERY MONTH, it is set to be an explosive evening of electric blues! All musicians are welcome to come and play the blues! There’ll be a sign up sheet upon arrival if you want to play so please put your names down, tune up, and get ready to have some fun! HOUSE BAND: Tom Caswell – guitar & vocals Tom Buckley – bass Michael Bishop – drums
The American Red Cross is currently experiencing a blood shortage. Hospitals are dispensing blood products faster than donations are coming in. Please consider donating blood! Plus: Spin the Wheel Game – win a Valentine rose or a gift from a downtown merchant!
Valentines Dinner Fundraiser for couples and friends.
Reserve a table for (4) (two couples or four friends) for $100
and enjoy a four course delicious meal created by our own
Chef Cathy Cromack!
In addition to soup and salad, the menu provides a choice of:
Pan Seared Pork Tenderloin, or
Parmesan Crusted Haddock, or
Wild Mushroom Risotto.
And of course luscious homemade desserts!
All proceeds benefit Martha’s Community Kitchen!
Arthur James became a fixture of the New England blues scene in the 80’s. From 1990 to the present has seen Arthur become the John Mayall of NH. He has shared the stage at festivals and clubs with a who’s who of the New England blues world. Some past band mates have gone on to play with Roomful of Blues. Recently James is the winner of two Granite State Blues Challenges. Playing a nouveau-retro style of acoustic/electric blues, that incorporates soulful vocals, passionate guitar work and a smidgen of irreverence. James has released numerous CDs & albums (no 8-tracks) through the years. His music can be heard throughout the country on various Blues programs.
The weekend kicks off with Fireworks in Taylor Park at dusk, followed by a full day of familiy activities on Sunday, including a nature walk with Bird Queen Bridget Butler, sugar on snow, JAS entertainment, horse drawn sleigh rides, the Flag Football Snow Bowl and the duct tape derby.
Since the Make The Cut competition is not going on this year 14th Star Brewing has invited the Mashers to create a brew to brew on their system for distribution and to serve at the Vermont Brewers Association Winter Festival at Killington on March 23. In honor of Greg Noonan we will be doing Scotch Ale since Greg literally wrote the book on it. Recipe is being formulated and will be posted below.
The plan is to brew 30 barrels and allow members to take home as much wort as they can (they said it like a challenge) and the rest to be fermented on site. Brings lots of clean containers to transport your wort.
This will be a full professional brew day experience!!! Please RSVP accurately so we can judge accommodations.
Winter is here and the Arctic Freeze is setting in..what’s a mom or dad to do? Bring the kids to open gym at city hall! A fantastic chance for the kids to run, play and see friends while moms, dads and caregivers can catch up.
Open gym runs on Saturdays from 9:00am – 11:00am Different play equipment will be rotated throughout the program. Any of the following fun games may be present depending on the week. Tunnels, Hula Hoops, Big Blue Blocks, Bounce House, Parachute and Hop Balls.
Open gym is supervised by Recreation Staff members, however parents must stay with child, no drop offs :)
$5 parents & child for residents, $10 non-res
$10 max per family residents, $20 non-res
No outdoor shoes allowed on the auditorium floor. Be sure to bring sneakers or good running socks :) Adults included.