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July 2013

July 24, 2013

Bagpipes at the Boathouse [318]

7/17/13: For the first time ever, the sound of bagpipes rang through the air at the Auer Family Boathouse (AKA Charlie's Boathouse) in Burlington on Wednesday night. St. Andrew's Pipe Band of Vermont, the longest continuously operating pipe band in the state, brought the entertainment and the neighborhood turned out to listen. Charlie Auer and his sister Christine Auer Hebert were on hand to welcome the visitors and even a rainstorm or two didn't dampen the fun.

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July 17, 2013

Antiques and Uniques Festival [317]

7/13/13: The 43rd Annual Antiques and Uniques Festival was held Saturday in Craftsbury on the Craftsbury Common. Eva visited some of the antique, artisan and craft vendors to find out why the festival is such a favorite among locals and tourists alike.

 

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July 10, 2013

Governor's Institute on the Arts [316]

6/29/13: This year The Vermont Governor's Institute on the Arts celebrates 30 years of bringing art and community to about 130 high school students from across the state in a two week intensive program.  A GIA alum, Eva traveled to the campus of Castleton State College in Castleton to soak up the creative energy.

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July 03, 2013

Ed Koren [315]

6/20/13: For over 50 years, cartoonist Edward Koren has been creating comics featuring his fuzzy and fantastic creations. They are fixtures in The New Yorker where Koren has published over 1000 comics and almost 30 covers. Eva met up with Koren at his house in Brookfield to talk about the fine art of cartooning.

You can purchase some of Koren's work for yourself at the Morrill Homestead's Gallery in the Garden art show and silent auction July 6-21 in Strafford.

Read Pamela Polston's cover story featuring Ed Koren from 2011.

Music: Bert Hirsch, "Little Things in Life"

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