Nature, Art, Music, Wine and Coffee in Montpelier
- Being Human
- Being Outside
- Boston Globe
- Earth and Sky
- Photography and Optics
- What's This?
Okay, what more do we need? Get it all in Montpelier.
First, if you haven’t caught Mitch Moraski‘s photo exhibit at Capitol Grounds, get there pronto. The show ends this Saturday. In Vermont landscapes, in woodland streams, and on shorelines Mitch captures mood and presence like few other photographers. His images put you in nature and transport you to places beyond.
My favorite shot in this exhibit is a black-and-white masterpiece from the shores of Kettle Pond in Marshfield. Go see it for yourself at Capitol Grounds on State Street here in Montpelier.
Meanwhile, save the date April 2. On that day you’ll eat elegant food, drink fine wine, hear local music, and support a Montpelier institution. April 2 from 6-9PM is the Montpelier Concert Crawl, a fundraiser for the Montpelier Chamber Orchestra.
What I love most about the Concert Crawl is that it embodies community. In your group of 20 people, you’ll visit three homes in the city’s Meadow Neighborhood. Waiting for you at each stop will be food, drink, and, of course, music. This year’s lineup features guitar virtuoso Doug Perkins, powerful singer Miriam Bernardo (with my partner Ruth Einstein and Jairo Sequera), and world musicians Susan Reid, Linda Young and Pam Bockes. Tickets (which sell out) will be available soon on EventBrite.