Please check ahead with organizers/websites should there be scheduling changes due to COVID-19 virus precautions.
Friday, Saturday, March 13-14.
CANCELLED Sunday, March 15.
7:30 p.m. Friday, Saturday | CVU High School Theater
CVU Theatre Program presents “Monty Python’s Edukational Show,” featuring many of the classic sketches and songs including “Dead Parrot,” “Cheese Shop,” “Four Yorkshiremen,” “The Ministry of Silly Walks” and “Crunchy Frog.” With five student directors and a cast of 40 actors, the production will feature classic Monty Python songs such as “The Fish Schlapping Song,” “Always Look on the Bright Side of Life” and “The Spam & Lumberjack Songs” as well as projected animations from the classic TV show “Monty Python’s Flying Circus.” Suitable for all ages. Friday and Saturday performances are sold out with a cap of 150 audience members. Sunday’s matinee has been cancelled. More information: 482-6991.
Saturday, March 14
10 a.m. to noon Toy Swap | Carpenter-Carse Library. Parents are encouraged to bring up to five gently used, clean, complete (no missing pieces) toys to swap. Suggestions: blocks, games, puzzles, building sets, stacking/sorting toys, push/pull toys, dolls, musical instruments. Toys just accepted that day, starting at 10. Swap begins at 10:30. Information: 482-2878
Friday, March 20
7-8:30 p.m. Vermont Women and the Civil War, a Vermont Humanities Council event hosted by Carpenter-Carse Library. Working from research from women’s letters and diaries, author and historian Howard Coffin discusses how Vermont women sustained the home front, ran farms, worked in factories and hospitals, wrote and edited anti-slavery newspapers, and even joined regiments. Suitable for students in middle and high school as well as adults. Free. More info: firstname.lastname@example.org or 482-2878.