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From The Blog Weekend Fun: March to a masquerade & music carnival, antique ski race, forest fairy hunt, wall-painting extravaganza, & more

3/5/20-3/8/20: The weekend starts NOW - and we've got all the details on the activities you don't want to miss...

Studio Fever


March 5-7 & beyond: Feeling stir crazy as winter wanes? Unleash your creative energy on the walls when you join in on Studio Fever 2020 at Artistree, your chance to decorate the vertical space with your own artistic creations.

March 6-9: Catch a showing of the heartfelt rom-com set against the backdrop of the Winter Olympic Games, Olympic Dreams (PG-13), playing at Pentangle Arts’ Woodstock Town Hall Theatre.

Pasta making
Pasta making

6:30 PM: Or if you’d rather try your hand at a warm sweet potato and bacon salad with brussels sprouts, head to Pomfret for Mix, Mingle & Make Food at Artistree, a cooking class led by chef Holly Pierce. $5 per person.

7 – 9 PM: Then, close out your Thursday with the sweet sounds of Open Mic Night, a jam session for one-and-all happening at Artistree. Listeners welcome!

Skiing down the Face at Saskadena Six Ski Area
Chip Allen
Skiing the Face at Saskadena Six
Watercolor paint and brush

11:30 AM – 2 PM: Craving a cozy, unique dining experience? It doesn’t get any more singular than this: a Saturday Soup Kettle Lunch in the middle of the snowy woods at the Mt. Tom Cabin – accessible by snowshoe or ski! $5 per bowl, see link for more information.

Long Trail Exterior in winter
Long Trail

1 – 4 PM: Good music, good brews, and good vibes await at the kickoff of March Radness Music Series: Krishna Guthrie & Bobby Maguire at Long Trail Brewery in Bridgewater!

3 & 5:30 PM: Or make it a quiet afternoon on the farm when you watch one of two showings of a film that examines the cultural and financial impact of New England’s dairy farmers, Forgotten Farms, presented by the Woodstock Vermont Film Series at Billings Farm & Museum. See link for ticketing information.

3 – 5 PM: Who was Vivian Maier? A nanny? A shutterbug who took over 100,000 photographs? One of the 20th century's greatest street photographers? During a showing of the documentary, Finding Vivian Maier, playing at Artistree, you’ll learn that she was all those things and more…


12 – 3 PM: Or whip up your own tasty meal during The Soufflé Also Rises and Local Apple-Tart Cooking Class with Odyssey Events in Bridgewater! Click here for more information.