June 29th – Independence Day Celebration
Fourth of July Parade – after the parade, at the Lions park for events for the kids, the horseshoe tournament, the line dancing performance, redneck regatta, silent auction, bake sale, chicken BBQ and other events going on. And, as the day ends, Atlas will be doing the fireworks again this year at the Readsboro Ballfield at 9 p.m. Their display is always fantastic!
July 16th – Meet and Greet with Reeve Lindbergh – 6pm
Two Lives by Reeve Lindbergh – Reeve Lindbergh, daughter of aviator-authors Charles A. Anne Morrow Lindbergh, has written a memoir about her own “two lives” – at the intersection of fame and privacy, from her unique perspective as spokesperson for arguably the most famous family of the twentieth century.
July 18th – Family Magic Show with Omer Black – 6:30pm
July 23rd – BTC Family Entertainment
The magic will be in Readsboro with Omer Black – a great family magic show will unfold before your eyes. All ages are encouraged to attend.
July 25th – Records and Burpee Zoo Show – 4pm
Meet live animals from the Records and Burpee Zoo and learn about their adaptations, how they survive in the wild, and the consequences of keeping wild animals as pets.
July 30th – Kitchen Tunks & Parlor Songs 6:30pm
Collecting Old-Time Music in Vermont – to be held at the E. J. bullock Building at 7012 Main Street. In the 1980’s Mark Greenberg interviewed and recorded old-time, grass roots Vermont musicians, resulting in a video documentary, The Unbroken Circle (1985), and a CD anthology, Kitchen Tunks & Parlor Songs (2003). In this presentation, he will discuss his experience searching for old-time music and collecting oral histories in Vermont and how earlier music survived in the 20th century and was affected by the century’s social and technological developments.