The 3rd Annual
Cabot Village 12th Night Celebration

Friday & Saturday, January 6th & 7th - 2023
All 12th Night Events are Free!
Hello Everyone!

We are still raising funds to be able to offer the 12th Night Celebration. If you're able to make a donation, please consider sending a few dollars ($25, $50, $100) our way with a tax deductible donation.
Click here to make a donation. Checks can be mailed to: c/o Cabot Arts, PO Box 201/ Cabot, VT 05647 
Thank you! -   Dana Robinson, Executive Director, Cabot Arts Inc.

Friday, January 6th  - Rusty DeWees,
7pm at the Willey Building Auditorium 

To launch the 12th Night Celebration, a very special evening is in store, with actor/comedian/musician Rusty DeWees. Known for his THE LOGGER persona, his one-man comedy shows are best described as Blue-Collar Comedy meets Prairie Home Companion.

Plusjoin us in participating in Clash of The Tartans! 
Bring your clash-iest flannel plaids to model for cash prizes in this campy fashion show! Everyone is welcome!
Saturday, January 7th at 12-2pm at the Willey Building Auditorium,
a three-part event with Jon Gailmor, the Midnight Capers, and Odds Bodkin
Vermont singer-songwriter Jon Gailmor has a knack for helping us find a way to smile at life's challenging moments. Jon's music reflects on life and varies from silly to serious. Jon has been honored as an “Extraordinary Vermonter” by the governor, received the Mayor’s Peace Prize in Burlington and was awarded a Silver Citation by the Vermont Arts Council.
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12th Night welcomes back, The Midnight Capersa Morris Dance team based in Central Vermont. Morris dancing is a form of English folk dance. It is based on rhythmic stepping and the execution of choreographed figures by a group of dancers, usually wearing bell pads on their shins. Implements such as sticks, swords and handkerchiefs may also be wielded by the dancers.
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Odds Bodkin is a Master Storyteller, Author, Musician and Educator hailing from New Hampshire. Odds is renowned for his renditions of epic tales, and his ethics-based stories for children. Odds has been called “one of the great voices in American storytelling” by Wired and “a consummate storyteller” by The
New York Times.
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Classical pianist, Diane Huling at the United Cabot Church 2:30-3:30pm
Virtuoso pianist Diane Huling a pianist in the grand Romantic tradition; mature, highly nuanced with a gorgeous sound of "black velvet," Huling mesmerizes her audiences from the first note.  Her sound ranges from ethereal to thundering, and is stunning in the depth of emotion and expression.  She also creates cutting-edge programs, including music of living composers - even premiering her own award-winning compositions.  Diane Huling's website
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Activities on the Cabot Village Common from 2pm - 4:30pm
- The Cabot Community Theater presents the annual Mummers Play
- Craft Workshops in the Cabot Church
- Ice Skating

- Wassailing
- Hot Cocoa and Goodie Hut
- Fire Pits
- 50 / 50 Raffle
- Sunset Paper Lantern Parade
6pm at The Den - Les Dead Ringers
The sound of New Orleans and Muscle Shoals in in the heart of Vermont
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8pm at The Den - Festival Finale / Wassail Community Sing 
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