TSA Newsletter, September 29, 2017

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Calendar of Upcoming TSA Events

HS = High School
MS = Middle School

October 2017

Thurs 5 HS trip to Chandler Music Hall in Randolph to see To Kill a Mockingbird, 9:15am – 12:30pm
Mon 9 No School: Teacher In-Service
Wed 11 PSAT Testing for 10th & 11th graders only – 9am – 1pm
Thurs 12 School Picture Day w/Lifetouch – see below for more instructions
Thurs 19 1st Cafe Night of the School Year – 6:30pm – 9pm
Sun 22 TSA’s Annual Information Program for Prospective Families – Please invite your friends! 3:30pm – 5:30pm at TSA’s High School
Fri 27 HS Q1 Marking Period Ends

To download a copy of the TSA School Calendar for 2016/2017, please click here: TSA 2017/18 School Calendar




Thank you to the 11 TSA Middle School teamed up with CT River Conservancy to participate in the annual Source to Sea Clean Up.  See the middle school section below for a list of the students who participated and more details about this important service project.

Gratitude for the service of Anna’s Advisory:
In the spirit of helping the community and celebrating the harvest season, Anna Riley’s advisory volunteered at the Morrill Homestead’s Apple and Cheese Festival in Strafford on Sunday, September 24th. The group included Rory Livingston (’20), Aili Johnstone (’20), Georgia Quackenbos (’20), Anika Eastman (’21), Olivia Swayze (’21), and Tia Kendall (’21). The festival included a sampling of local cheeses, apples and ice cream, face painting, crafts, and Victorian Age games for kids, apple pressing, live music, animals, and home-made lunch all on the beautiful property of the Justin Morrill Homestead. The students entertained children at the Victorian games table by demonstrating myriad ways to play with wooden sticks, rings, tops and puzzles. They also helped dish various flavors of Ben & Jerry’s ice cream on the 85 degree afternoon. The event had something for everyone, and it was a pleasure to help all of those who worked hard to make it happen.


Thank you to Chelsea Pawlek, 7th grader Shannon Hadlock’s stepmother and Ibex have donated a desk for MS Teacher Donald Mabbott our new teacher at the MS. Very much appreciated, Chelsea!


Congratulations to Cal Hale ’18 who has been named a commended student in the 2018 National Merit Scholarship Program. Cal placed among the top of 50,000 of the more that 1.6 million students who entered the 2018 competition by taking the PSAT. Great job Cal!



All School News

Just a reminder that picture day is coming October 12th.  You can order online at mylifetouch.com with the Picture Day ID: VJ177125Q0


TSA’s Annual Information Program for Prospective Families – Please invite your friends!  Our Information Program is on Sunday, October 22nd, from 3:30pm – 5:30pm at TSA’s High School. Please invite your friends who have students who are looking for next year’s middle or high school. TSA’s Information Program is an opportunity to learn about TSA’s approach to providing an engaging education where students are known, valued, and challenged. It is also a chance to meet current TSA middle school and high school students and ask questions. Please help us to make this event a success by encouraging families you know to attend. For more information, please contact Amber Wylie at: awylie@sharonacademy.net


Screening of documentary “13th” – Sunday, October 1st; 3:00pm – 6:00pm; FREE to all. Join Baxter Memorial Library, Seven Stars Arts Center and The Sharon Academy as we continue the conversation started by our community reading of Brown Girl Dreaming by Jacqueline Woodson.  There will be a screening of the film “13th,” a documentary released in 2016 that explores how the 13th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution, which abolished slavery, also came with a loophole that eventually led to the current mass incarceration of black people in America. The film is 1 hour 40 min long and recommended for mature teens and up. It will be followed by a facilitated discussion. There is free childcare provided by TSA students. This event is part of Vermont Reads, a state-wide reading program sponsored by the Vermont Humanities Council. Questions? Contact: Kayleigh Rodig at sharonbaxterlibrary@gmail.com or Christa Wurm at cwurm@sharonacademy.net

Archytas: Take Flight – Archytas is a newly developed FIRST Robotics team based in Sharon but is open to anyone that may be interested.
FIRST Robotics is a program designed to introduce students to STEM fields allowing them to develop technical and personal skills with the help of mentors and student leaders. As a new team, we are looking for prospective students and mentors to join our group. Within The Sharon Academy, students such as Carl Groppe ’19, Max Farrington ’18, Meadow Mcgalliard ’18, Jack Barnhart ’21, and Trace Barnhart ’21 are already involved with the team and have taken on leadership roles. If you are interested in more information, feel free to reach out to any of these students or the TSA high school history teacher, Kimberly Barnhart. We are also running a fundraising campaign and if you are interested in donating or know someone who might, feel free to check out our GoFundMe campaign. https://www.gofundme.com/FIRSTRoboticsVT


Phoenix Sports

Brought to you by Sports Editor, Anika Eastman ’21

TSA Swag:

  • Yes, Sunday is October 1st
  • Yes we just had the longest stretch of warm weather this past week
  • Yes there are only 7 more Fridays until the holiday break
  • Yes – EVERYONE on your shopping list needs a little TSA swag

Check out the front display case at school for all the swag we have available. For more information, please contact Kim Knoerlein at kdk13vt@gmail.com

Phoenix Game Results:

XC Chelsea Meet; Saturday, Sept. 30. Laila Reimanis ‘19 won the varsity girls race, with Dillon Buttner ‘18 placing second in the boy’s race. Congratulations to Georgia Quackenbos ‘19 who finished her first 5K cross country race!

TSA VG 1, Rivendell 2 – Saturday, Sept. 23 at Rivendell. The varsity girls worked very hard, and finally scored a goal in the second half. Nora Rice ‘18 scored with assist from Novah Conway ‘21.

TSA VB 7 – Mid VT 0 – Tuesday, Sept. 23 at Mid VT. A great win for the varsity boys, keep it up!
TSA VB 1 – Rivendell 3 – Saturday, Sept. 23 at Rivendell. It was a tough game for the varsity boys before Sam Knoerlein scored TSA a goal in the 71st minute.

TSA JVB 2 – Hanover 10 – Wednesday, Sept. 27 at home. Ian Robertson and and Hunter LaHaye each scored a goal, with Ben Rodis making many great saves. Better luck next time boys!

TSA MS 0, Stafford 5 – Tuesday, Sept. 26 at home. Tough game for the middle school team, but we all know they tried their best!
TSA MS 0, Whitcomb 0 – Friday, Sept. 22 at Whitcomb. A great effort made by the middle school team on Friday with Whitcomb fielding an all male team.


You can get TSA Phoenix Sports News and Pictures on the TSA Athletics Booster Club Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/tsaboosterclub



Upcoming Games Next Week:

XC Randolph Invitational; Sat, September 30, 11:00am – 12:30pm

VB Home v Chelsea; Fri, September 29, 4:30pm – 6:00pm
VB Home v South Royalton; Tue, October 3, 4:00pm – 5:30pm
VB v Whitchester; Thu, October 5, 4:00pm – 5:30pm

VG v Cabot; Sat, September 30, 11:00am – 12:30pm
VG Home v South Royalton; Mon, October 2, 4:00pm – 5:30pm
VG v Whitchester; Thu, October 5, 4:00pm – 5:30pm

JVB v St. Johnsbury; Mon, October 2, 4:00pm – 5:30pm
JVB Home v Windsor; Wed. October 4, 4:00pm – 5:30pm

JVG Home v Windsor; Thu, October 5, 4:00pm – 5:30pm
JVG Home v Hanover; Fri, October 6, 4:30pm – 6:00pm

MS v Chelsea; Fri, October 6, 4:30pm – 6:00pm


TSA High School sports schedules can be found at:


You can also check out pictures of Phoenix Sports events at: https://tsaphoenix.shutterfly.com/#
– it does require a Shutterfly Registration – but it is Free!



Middle School News

Heifer International: From September 27th – 29th the middle school will be visiting Heifer International Overlook Farm in Rutland, Massachusetts. We’ll report back next week how things went. In the meantime, check out our facebook post of the middle school students on their departure:


TSA Middle School teamed up with CT River Conservancy to bring students to the White River to participate in the annual Source to Sea Clean up. Source to Sea is a two day event that organizes 2,100 volunteers across 4 states to clean up the CT River and it’s multiple tributaries. Ibex Outdoor Clothing organized the afternoon to coincide with their own river clean up day. The Town of Hartford Parks & Rec department organized picking up the trash from a central spot. The students had a great afternoon pulling trash out of the river and leaving the area much cleaner! Thanks to Chelsea Hadlock for connecting our groups up. Thanks to MS Science Teacher Clare Smith and all of these students for participating in cleaning up our local environment. 7th Grade: John Cassell, Jack Lloyd, Shannon Hadlock, Phoebe Quackenbos, Beatrice Raiken, Zoe Bando, Kyanna Blodgett, Daygon Lashway, Sam Simone. 8th Grade: Margot Frost, Cedar Souligny. Check out pictures here on our facebook page:


Attention Middle School Rock Climbers! Many of you are still enjoying soccer season but it is time to start thinking about Indoor Rock Climbing and this year’s team. Rock climbing is a great way to build physical and mental strength, boost self-confidence, and engage in a meaningful team experience. NO PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE is necessary and all are welcome. We will practice twice a week on Tuesdays and Thursdays at the Green Mountain Rock Climbing Wall in Quechee. Climbers will leave directly from school and pick up will be at the Wall at 5:15 pm. There are also 6 competitions throughout the season held on Thursdays. These are scheduled for: Nov 9, 30, Dec. 14, Jan 11, 25, and Feb. 8.

In order to participate, you will need to complete an online Waiver and purchase a $250 student membership at the GMRC. An additional $50 will cover all equipment rentals for the season (harness, climbing shoes, belay device, etc). Go to www.vermontclimbing.com to access the waiver and additional information about the gym and program. The first practice will be Tuesday, October 31st. Please contact me with Amy Frost questions, more information or to let her know about your participation. Email Amy Frost at asf802@gmail.com


GIRLS Free Intro to Hockey Clinic hosted by Hanover Hockey Association, October 21 & 22, 11:40-12:40 at Campion Rink. All Upper Valley girls ages 8-13, born between: 01/01/2005 and 12/31/2009. No prior hockey experience needed – designed to give players and parents an idea of what the Girls Development Program is all about. Full equipment recommended. Stateline Sports offers equipment to borrow for these clinics. Registration required and spots are limited! Please register at hanoverhockey.org
Any questions?  Contact Elizabeth Dann at ewdann@gmail.com or call (603) 398-0313.


High School News

9th Grade Mount Cardigan Hike, on Wednesday, October 11, 2017 at 8:15am – 1:00pm: the 9th grade class will take a hiking trip up Mount Cardigan in Canaan, NH. We will leave the school promptly at 8:15am and return by 1:00pm. We will go rain or shine unless there is thunder and lightening. All students must get a permission slip signed by their Parent/Guardian to be returned to Cynthia Masterman at the front desk. See permission slip attached here:  Permission Slip

Students must bring the following items for the hike:

  • Filled Water Bottle
  • Rain Jacket/Rain Pants
  • Extra dry socks (NOT cotton)
  • Bagged Lunch/Snacks
  • Extra Warm Layer (fleece or wool, NOT cotton)
  • Hat/Gloves
  • Sturdy Shoes/Hiking BootsFor more information, please contact Kate Fabrikant at: kfabrikant@sharonacademy.net


Props Needed for Interim production of Rock of Ages:  It’s that time of year again; the planning begins for TSA’s HS Interim and their production of Rock of Ages. Below is a list of props we will be needing for this year’s show. Please, please, please take a look at the list and let Jillian Sherwin or Finley Lord, heads of props committee, know if you would be willing to donate one or more of the below items for interim. For more information, please contact Jillian Sherwin at jsherwin@sharonacademy.net

  • NEW: 1 electric guitar
  • NEW: 2 old acoustic guitars that WILL NOT BE RETURNED TO YOU!
  • 80’s Cell Phone
  • Slurpee Cups
  • Mid-80’s Newspaper
  • 80’s Tape Recorder
  • 80’s Tiger Beat Magazines
  • Mid-80’s magazines
  • L.A. Travel Booklet
  • 80’s Briefcase
  • Red bow-tie (Preferably pre-tied/clip on)
  • Gasoline container (washed, no trace of gasoline: smell, residue, etc. )
  • Large, fake potted plant
  • Bar glasses
  • Rock and Roll “knick-knacks”, a.k.a rock and roll theme based items
  • Chains


Costumes Needed for Rock of Ages: Costume Committee is in need of 80’s clothing, “Rock clothes”, examples include: spandex, leather, acid-washed jeans, metal T-shirts. Please start now and look in your closet, attic or even at Listen Center!  We will start collecting the first week of Interim, November 5th. If you want them returned to you, please label them clearly or let Jordan know via email. For more information, please contact Jordan Galluzzo at jgalluzzo@sharonacademy.net 


FREE College Essay & Prep Workshop – Saturday, October 14th; 10am to 3pm. The directors of the Young Writers Project are hosting a free college essay and prep workshop in Burlington, VT. The workshop includes brainstorming, writing, and polishing using Common App Essay prompts. You will also get an overview of the basics of applying to college AND get support in generating a list of colleges that are a good fit for you. For more information, please contact Mary Newman at mnewman@sharonacademy.net or visit https://youngwritersproject.org/college17


Women Can Do Conference – Thursday October 12, 2017; 7:45am – 3:00pm; $20. FORMS & FEES DUE TO CHRISTA MONDAY 9/25/17. Women Can Do is a one-day career immersion experience for 9-12th grade girls from across Vermont. It features dozens of hands-on workshops and action stations highlighting careers in the skilled trades and STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) fields. At Women Can Do, girls may operate an excavator, weld, climb a fire ladder, build a robot, design a 3D model, create an online game, wield a chainsaw, extract DNA from cells, or change a tire. More than 35 workshops highlight careers in architecture and engineering, computer programming, green energy, natural resources, public safety and health, communications, trades, and other non-traditional careers for women. See Christa for workshop descriptions and registration forms. If the registration fee is an obstacle, PLEASE contact Christa or another TSA staff and we will work together to figure out a solution! For more information, please contact Christa Wurm at cwurm@sharonacademy.net or visit http://www.vtworksforwomen.org/programs/high-school-girls/women-can-do


National (Art) Portfolio Day is on Sunday, October 22 in Boston. Students interested in the visual arts should consider attending. It’s a really great opportunity to show your work, receive feedback, and meet individually with representatives from art and design colleges and universities. It’s an amazing vibe to be surrounded by likeminded artists! Please connect with Laura DeCapua, Director of Visual Arts at TSA if you have any additional questions. You can email Laura at: ldecapua@sharonacademy.net  For more information, you can also visit:  http://www.portfolioday.net/2017-18-schedule/event/67


All-State Auditions Registration:  If you are interested in auditioning for the Vermont All-State Music Festival, please let Mary Newman know so that she can register you. Deadline for registration is mid-November. For more information, please contact Mary Newman at mnewman@sharonacademy.net


Scholarship and College Info

File Your FAFSA: Parents of 12th graders are reminded that the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) will become available on October 1.
Financial aid for college/university is offered on a first come, first served basis so don’t wait to organize your forms and enter your information into the FAFSA. While filing your FAFSA, don’t forget to take a few additional steps to apply for state financial aid through the Vermont Student Assistance Corporation (VSAC). Some colleges may also require additional financial aid forms such as the CSS profile. It is important for each family to be aware of the forms that must be submitted by checking each school’s website. For more information visit:

For more information, please contact Ellen Bagnato at ebagnato@sharonacademy.net


Explore Careers and College Options at VTC this fall: Are you interested in learning more about a career in dental hygiene?  What about nursing, veterinary technology, or engineering technology? Vermont Tech is holding a series of open houses and information programs throughout the fall at the Randolph and Williston locations.  Students and parents are invited to attend.  You may be inspired!

  • Open Houses: Saturday, October 28th at the Randolph Campus and Saturday, November 11th at the Williston Campus
  • Saturday Information Sessions: Saturday, November 4th at the Randolph Campus and Saturday, December 9th at the Randolph Campus
  • Explore Ground Transportation Day: Saturday, November 4th at the Randolph Campus

Explore Engineering Technology Night: Wednesday, November 29th at the Randolph Campus

Instant Decision Day: Friday, December 8th at the Randolph Campus (for all locations) – Dental Hygiene, Nursing and Veterinary Technology majors are not eligible for Instant Decision Day. Also, Saturday, December 9th at the Randolph Campus (for all locations) – Dental Hygiene, Nursing and Veterinary Technology majors are not eligible for Instant Decision Day.

Registrations for these events can be completed on the VTC webpage or by calling VTC directly at tel: 800-442-8821. For more information, please contact Ellen Bagnato at ebagnato@sharonacademy.net


Junior and Senior students are eligible to take free courses at Dartmouth College. There are many stipulations and requirements to make this happen so it is important to get organized early. A key component is to understand that this is only available in subject areas in which a high school student has exhausted the course offerings at their high school.  For example, if a student wants to take German or a higher level math course that are not offered at TSA.  In addition, Dartmouth students have priority over high school students for all classes.  As a result, high school students will not be confirmed in any class until the first or second class meeting. If a student is interested, they should check out the SCSP website for more information and then contact their advisor and Ellen Bagnato directly. Dartmouth will begin to accept applications from high school students for the winter term on Monday, Oct. 2nd.  The due date for all applications to be passed in for winter, is Friday, Nov. 10th. Students should not wait until November to get started as the application process requires students to make several visits to the Dartmouth campus to meet with professors and to turn in paperwork. For more information, please contact Ellen Bagnato at ebagnato@sharonacademy.net or visit https://student-affairs.dartmouth.edu/departments-.


Admission Representatives from Brown, Colby, Dartmouth and Yale visit VT and NH: Admissions officers from Brown, Colby, Dartmouth and Yale will discuss academic programs, residential colleges and campus life, admissions, and financial aid. All students are welcome to attend. Please bring your family and friends. Registration is optional but encouraged. To register please visit: admissions.yale.edu/events

  • Wednesday, October 4, 2017 at 6:30 PM, Bow High School – 55 Falcon Way / Bow, New Hampshire
  • Thursday, October 5, 2017 at 6:30 PM, Vermont Commons School – 75 Green Mountain Drive / South Burlington, VermontPlease note that these schools do not usually make visits to The Sharon Academy so this is a great opportunity for students who might be interested in applying to these schools. For more information, please contact Ellen Bagnato at


College Fair coordinated by Bernie! Did you know that Vermont ranks near the top among the states in terms of high school graduation rates? 88% of Vermont students leave high school with a diploma. The bad news is that Vermont has one of the country’s lowest college enrollment rates.  Just 53% of students actually enroll in college. In response to this, Senator Bernie Sanders is working with Vermont State Colleges and Vermont Student Assistance Corporation to sponsor 2 college fairs in Vermont. See below. Please RSVP at https://www.sanders.senate.gov/events

  • Saturday, Oct 7th at 10:00 am at Lyndon State College
  • Saturday October 14th at 10:00 am at Castleton University


Architecture Programs at RPI: Architecture is an evolving and vibrant field, and would be ideal for students who are interested in the intersection of art and science, sustainability and the power of our built environment to changes the lives of many around the world. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, is offering the following options for students and parents to learn more about their programs. To participate, or for additional information, please contact Lecia O’Dell, Student Services Administrator, at odelll@rpi.edu.

1) Campus Visit to RPI for High School Students (includes the Dean’s presentation, Building Science presentation and tours)
Dates available: Tuesday, October 3rd Arrival time 9:00 am OR Tuesday, October 24th Arrival time 9:00 am

2) Webinar (featuring information on the Bachelor of Architecture professional program and also the new B.S. in Building Science program). Webinar Link http://www.arch.rpi.edu/video/forum.mp4

The Bachelor of Architecture undergraduate professional program is five years in length and leads to the Bachelor of Architecture, a first professional degree in Architecture. The program is accredited by the National Architectural Accrediting Board (NAAB). The students are highly qualified and undertake their architectural studies from the very beginning of their first year. High-performing students may also choose from several dual degree or co-terminal (Masters of Science) options while at Rensselaer.

Below are links to some brochures and further information:


Open House at Goddard College – October 7, 2017; 10 am – 4pm. Goddard College, located near Montpelier, is holding their open house on Saturday, Oct 7 from 10 am to 4 pm. Goddard offers undergraduate degrees in Individualized Studies, BFA in Creative Writing, BA in Teacher Education and Community Education, licensing in most endorsement areas including bilingual and dual language instruction. Also, graduate degrees in the MFA and MA in Psychology and Counseling and Education. For more information, please contact  at  or visit https://www.goddard.edu/discover/

Community Service Opportunities

All HS Students need to complete 40 hours of community service by June 1st, 2018
All MS Students need to complete 20 hours of community service by June 1st, 2018 


Teens Teach: Chelsea Public Library is looking for a student or two with strong communication skills, patience and the ability to explain basic use and navigation on iPads, computers and cell phones for patrons relatively knew to using these devices. Questions ranging from “how do I post photos on Facebook, and how do I facetime with my grandson” are examples of typical questions. The tech support time will be offered for two hours, one afternoon a month, between the hours of 3:00 and 6:00PM, preferably the same day of the week and time slot each month. (TBD based on the availability of interested students). We are hoping to offer this opportunity to patrons and volunteers for at least 3 months to start. We are aware of the Interim schedule and respect those weeks will be unavailable. For more information, please contact Toni Gildone or Elizabeth Morrison at 685-2188 or chelsealibraryvtkids@gmail.com

Reading Buddies Needed at Sharon Elementary School.
 Volunteers needed during D block – for 4th grade reading buddies. For more information please contact Christa Wurm at cwurm@sharonacademy.net

On going: High Horses Therapeutic Riding Center always needs volunteer help. To get trained, or just find out more, please contact, Lowry Newswanger at lnewswanger@sharonacademy.net


Community Events

New fall classes at Seven Stars: Join us at Seven Stars this fall for new group classes including beginner karate, clogging, Vermont Girls Choir, and two illustration workshops with artist and costume designer Jenna of Jenna’s Jinxies (ages 14+).  And we’ve added new private music and vocal teachers for those of you who want to learn or expand your talents in most instruments! For more information, please contact Shannon Stoddard at shannon@sevenstarsarts.org or visit www.sevenstarsarts.org

We have fashion models in our midst!
There are several TSA students participating in the Tip Top Couture Fashion Extravaganza Oct 7th at Briggs Opera House. Rory Livingston’20 and her mom, Elaine Livingston; Lowry Newswanger ’20, Poppy Tans ’20, and TSA HS Teacher, Kimberly Barnhart will all be strutting the cat walk at the Briggs Opera House. Come see them all in the show and then dance the rest of the night away. Doors open at 8pm, show starts at 9pm. $15 admission, with all proceeds benefitting the local non-profit, JAG Productions. For more info click here: http://shoptherev.com/hello-world/

Jarvis Green is the Producing Artistic Director of JAG Productions, a company based in the Upper Valley and dedicated to Black theatre.
On Saturday, October 7th, at 7pm, at Piecemeal Pies in White River Junction, he will be hosting a fundraiser in collaboration with the annual Revolution Fashion Show. The evening will include a champagne toast, hors d’oeuvres, live DJ, and reserved seating to Revolution’s Fall Fashion Show. Tickets are $75 and proceeds go to JAG’s 2017-2018 theatrical season. This will be a great opportunity to learn more about the company and our upcoming production of Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar and Grill, a musical that recounts events in the life of Billie Holiday. Buy tickets to the fundraiser here: https://www.jagproductionsvt.com/jagpregameparty
Join on fb: https://www.facebook.com/events/499443880431236
Wish to donate but can’t attend? Donate here: https://www.jagproductionsvt.com/donate

TSA alumn, Eric Wright ’03 is returning to town with his Juno award winning group The Fretless.
They will be playing at the Woodstock Town Hall Theater on Sunday, October 29th at 4pm. Playing with all the dynamics of a string quartet, with two fiddles, viola, and cello, their repertoire of original and traditional tunes has excited crowds and garnered awards and rave reviews throughout Canada, the U.S., and Europe. See links below to get a closer look at the group and details about the event:

Fall Open House at Seven Stars, 09/24/17; 11:30am-2:30pm. 
Join us for a free community pot luck, yoga sampler, and “spotlight” recital/performances by a few of our students, teachers, and ensembles. Meet our new teachers and see what classes or lessons YOU might want to take at Seven Stars! For more information, please contact Shannon Stoddard at Shannon@sevenstarsarts.org or visit www.sevenstarsarts.org

October Offerings at Artistree! For a full list of classes, workshops and events:
www.artistreevt.org – 802-457-3500 – info@artistreevt.org

Thursdays in October – Open Mic w/ Jim Yeager, 7pm. FREE. Join our relaxed, supportive and fun atmosphere and show off your musical stuff! All levels and abilities are welcome to participate in the open mic experience. Come alone or with a group! Come to play or just to watch! http://www.artistreevt.org/open-mic-nights/


Friday, October 6th – Branch Out Teen Night, 6-9:45pm.

October 6th-22nd – The Marvelous Wonderettes. Welcome to the 1958 Springfield High School prom! Betty Jean, Cindy Lou, Missy, and Suzy are the “Springfield Songleaders.” Fast forward a decade and they reunite to take the stage for their 10-year reunion. With over 30 classic hits from the 50s and 60s including “Lollipop,” “Dream Lover,” “Stupid Cupid,” “Lipstick on Your Collar,” “Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me,” and “It’s My Party!” The Marvelous Wonderettes is a musical trip down memory lane. Tickets on sale July 1st, 2017. Performance dates/times: Thursday, October 5th @ 8pm(preview), Friday, October 6th @ 7:30pm, Saturday, October 7th @ 3pm & 7:30pm, Sunday, October 8th @ 2pm, Thursday, October 12th @ 7:30pm, Friday, October 13th @ 7:30pm, Saturday, October 14th @ 3pm & 7:30pm, Sunday, October 15th @ 2pm, Thursday, October 19th @ 7:30pm, Friday, October 20th @ 7:30pm, Saturday, October 21st @ 3pm & 7:30pm, Sunday, October 22nd @ 2pm http://www.artistreevt.org/theatre/



Looking for house rental in Sharon for summer of 2018. Three bedrooms in sending town for long term rental. For more information, please contact Brian Livingston at brian.elaine@comcast.net


Two wooded, private building lots for sale on White Brook Rd, 1.5 and 1.6 acres. Located on a quiet, dead-end, town maintained road within easy walking distance of The Sharon Academy High School. Both are surveyed, with septic permits on file with the town; one lot has a driveway installed, the other has a driveway permit granted by the town. Priced to sell at below town assessed value: lot with driveway $28,000, the other is $18,000, obo. Please write for more information: sharonlotsforsale@gmail.com
See attached recorded survey: HERE