Come enjoy the trails and the events this holiday weekend. From Snow Cat Rides to Mid-Mountain for dinner to Doggie and Me Hikes there is something for everyone. Grizzly's and Green Door Pub with be delivering the tunes while the Nordic center will be hosting sunrise snowshoe tours. Enjoy the Fireworks on Sat 1/18 at 8:30pm. We can't wait to see you.
Award-winning singer and pianist Champian Fulton, seems to be always on tour. She will soon perform in Germany, Denmark, France, Italy, Spain, California, Chicago…and now – Vermont! Fulton grew up around jazz. Her father ran the Clark Terry Summer Jazz Workshop. She was surrounded by music and hung out with legendary players within Clark Terry’s circle. As a young girl, she learned repertoire and performed with Louis Hayes, Lou Donaldson, Frank Wess, but it was Clark Terry who mentored her in the art of performance and music business. She’s released nine records as leader and played festivals and venues worldwide, including a two-year residency at New York’s Birdland. Fulton is a master of the familiar and obscure repertoire from the Great American Songbook. Her awards include: Rookie of the Year, The Village Voice, 2007. Top Ten Jazz Album listing – Champian Sings and Swings, New York Observer, 2013. Rising Star – Female Vocalist, Critics’ Poll, Down Beatmagazine,2014. Female Vocalist of the Year, Hot House Jazz Fan Decision Awards, 2017. Champian Fulton is “a charming young steward of the mainstream Jazz tradition.” —The New York Times Champian Fulton, voice & piano, Stephen Fulton - flugelhorn, Hide Tanaka - bass, Fuku Tainaka - drums. Sponsored by Beth Logan Raffeld and Philip Khoury. $20-40 general, $15 student- available online, at door, reserved by phone & In The Moment Records, Brattleboro. $1 extra per CC ticket.
The films selected as part of the 5Point Film Festival lineup are meaningful adventure stories that share the same core tenets of purpose, respect, commitment, humility, and balance. The show starts at 7 p.m. on the SMS campus, and tickets are only $10.
Join us as our Mount Snow Ski & Snowboard School instructors will descend the Canyon ski trail in a beautiful torchlight glow. Immediately following we’ll light up the sky with a huge fireworks display. The best place to watch our instructors descend Canyon is between the Clocktower and the Cape House.
Brattleboro Farm Stories Brings Photo Exhibit to Life at 118 Elliot The Vermont Folklife Center, Brattleboro Words Project and 118 Elliot will present Brattleboro Farm Stories, a community storytelling event bringing together local farmers and residents to share personal reflections on our region’s agricultural heritage. Set amongst the backdrop of Richard Brown’s stunning photographic exhibit, “The Last of the Hill Farms: Echoes of Vermont’s Past”, Brattleboro Farm Stories will explore the connections between Vermont’s vital farming past and its living, breathing present.