1. Apr 28
  2. Spring Migration Bird Walks

    Explore NBNC and other local hotspots for spring migrants, such as warblers, vireos, thrushes and waterfowl. Learn birding basics, expand your birding ear and discover more.
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  1. Apr 29
  2. Berlin Pond Birding

    Berlin Pond and the surrounding area, is a great location for migrating song birds, waterfowl, loons, herons, and much more! Call us to register and learn about carpooling options.
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  3. The Muddy Onion

    Celebrate early spring in true Vermont style and come explore New England's most beautiful and iconic dirt roads at this 34-mile fully-supported gravel ride. Then stick around afterwards for our famous post-ride barbecue—complimentary with registration! As for the ride itself, expect no less than chocolate-covered bacon, maple syrup shots, early-season burning legs, and a little gravel magic along the way. Parking: Langdon Street will be closed for the event. Please do not plan on parking at th...
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  4. Spring Migration Bird Walks

    Explore NBNC and other local hotspots for spring migrants, such as warblers, vireos, thrushes and waterfowl. Learn birding basics, expand your birding ear and discover more.
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  5. Museum Grand Reopening

    Come explore and celebrate the new look and features at the Vermont History Museum with free admission on Saturday, April 29. Try out our interactive photo booth, explore new exhibit elements, and experience the Paul Sample mural, “Salute to Vermont.”
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  1. May 2
  2. Philip Baruth Book Launch & Reading: "Senator Leahy: a Life in Scenes"

    Join us for a reception and reading at Noble Lounge at the Vermont College of Fine Arts to celebrate the launch of Philip Baruth's new book, Senator Leahy: a Life in Scenes (UPNE, 2017), a biography that focuses in on Leahy's meticulous image making, his cultivation of a Top Cop persona both in the media and at the ballot box, and his improbable success. Free and open to the public.
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  1. May 5
  2. Spring Migration Bird Walks

    Explore NBNC and other local hotspots for spring migrants, such as warblers, vireos, thrushes and waterfowl. Learn birding basics, expand your birding ear and discover more.
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  3. Art Walk

    Art lovers are invited into downtown shops and galleries featuring local art on display.
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  4. ArtWalk: Coleen Kearon Book Launch & Reading

    Celebrate Montpelier Artwalk with Montpelier author Coleen Kearon as she launches her new novel #triggerwarning, being released this month by Fomite Press. Join us at 5:00 PM for an author signing, a reading at 6:00 PM, and cake at 6:30. Free and open to the public.
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