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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. Digital Nature Photography 101

    September 18, 2019, 5:30 PM - October 5, 2019, 7:30 PM @ North Branch Nature Center

    New to digital photography? Eager to capture better images of the natural world? In this hands-on series, develop the foundations of a well-rounded nature photographer. We’ll explore composition, artistic technique, exposure, lighting, camera skills, and equipment settings. The perfect course for those curious about f-stops, shutter speeds, and the mysterious buttons on your new camera. This class includes 10 hours of instruction: three weeknight classroom sessions, followed by an an afternoon outdoor workshop. Class 1: Wednesday, September 18 | 5:30 – 7:30 PM Class 2: Wednesday, September 25 | 5:30 – 7:30 PM Class 3: Wednesday, October 2 | 5:30 – 7:30 PM Class 4: Saturday, October 5 | 2 – 6 pm Fee: $95 for NBNC members, $115 non-members. The course is taught by NBNC Staff Naturalist and expert wildlife photographer Sean Beckett. See Sean’s galleries here. A digital camera with adjustable settings is required.

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  2. Works by the Guild of Vermont Furniture Makers

    September 30, 2019, All Day @ Vermont State House Cardroom

    The Vermont State House is the place for visitors to discover wonderful art, history, and contemporary craft. Beginning on September 4 – through October 8, 2019 The Guild of Vermont Furniture Makers will be exhibiting works from the following guild members that represents extraordinary craftsmen in furniture design: George Ainley, James Becker, Chris Ericson, Bob Gasperetti, Dale Helms, Dave Hurwitz, David Lewis, Matthew Ogelby and George Sawyer. From forest to home, these makers handcraft objects that are woven into the fabric of everyday life, gathering memories to them as they’re handed down across generations.

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