Cabot Arts is a non-profit arts organization, located in Cabot, Vermont. Our mission is to enliven our culture and local economy by promoting the very best in regional, national and international music, arts, crafts, spoken word & theater. We work in cooperation with the Cabot Community Association (CCA).  
And, yes, we are proud of our Cabot cheese too!
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Cabot Arts, Inc.

PO Box 201

Cabot, Vermont

director@cabotarts.org / 802-793-3016

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1pm - 2:30pm  Programs in The Willey Building 
1pm - Master storyteller, Tim Jennings 
Part old-time showman, part bard, part goofy uncle, Tim has made his whole living performing in front of all kinds of audiences since 1979. Sing Out! magazine once said of his work, "You cannot resist. From the first word, Jennings grabs you by the scruff of your imagination and throws you into his world.”
1:30pm -
Cabot Community Theater 
presents a Mummers Play
Cabot's home town theater troupe will present
their rendition of the classic seasonal folk play. 
1:45 - Comedy and puppets with Modern Times Theater.
Husband and wife duo Rose Friedman and Justin Lander present some of the best, lo-tech, family friendly, mostly gluten free entertainment this side of the Connecticut River.
2:30 - 4:30pm
Afternoon Activities in The Village
Kids & Family Activities on the Village Common
Ice Skating, Sleigh Rides, Snow Painting,
Hot Cocoa Stand, and more!
Afternoon Workshops for Kids
Newfoundland "Ugly-Stick" making workshop and Paper Lantern Decorating!
Sunset Lantern Parade
Led by Cabot's own Morris team, The Midnight Capers!
This is a do-not-miss parade around the Village Common, that culminates the afternoon festivities. Replete with glowing paper lanterns, chiming ugly-sticks, plus the music and dancing
of the Midnight Capers.
3pm - Classical Program at the Cabot United Church
Annemieke and Jeremiah McLane 
blend the earthy spirit of folk traditions and the technical skill of classical arrangements to create something that is unique and solely their own. Their program includes compositions by Edvard Grieg, Maurice Ravel, and Anton Dvorak.
It's a 12th Night Raffle!
As a donation to this event, Cabot craftsman and stone mason Richard Ducharme has generously donated one of his beautiful 
Hillcrest Adirondack Glider Chairs.
Valued at $275, this chair can be yours with a raffle ticket!
Raffle tickets will be
sold at all the 12th Night events. The winner will be announced during the intermission at the Bella and the Notables concert.  
Join us for Dinner!
Join us at the Cabot United Church from 4:45 to 6:15pm for a delicious meal - served by donation!
Menu to be announced

At the Willey Building

Bella and the Notables

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Bella Sances is a jazz singer incorporating R&B and soul with a contemporary flavor. This jazz-swing band presents standards with a twist. They are fresh, young and soulful in sound and style!

At The Den

Gypsy Reel

 

Gypsy Reel play high energy, stirring music rooted in the Celtic tradition but garnered from the whole world. Their music is an exciting synthesis of world rhythms

and influences from 3 continents. 

Gypsy Reel is an Irish band that rocks!

7pm - 9:30pm  Evening Programs