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Have a great story that you've always wanted to share? We want to hear it! Select stories will be featured on VPT's website and YouTube page.
Complete Guidelines for Moth Story Submissions
Deadline to submit stories: July 15
Prizes: Two winning storytellers will receive a pair of tickets to the Moth Mainstage and cast reception.
When it comes to mastering any new skill the key to success is practice, practice and more practice. No one knows this better than the organizers of the Youth Education Challenge. A daylong event that’s been held at the Edward Kehoe Conservation Camp each spring since 2011.
Middlesex Wildlife Management Area is managed for its important deer wintering habitat.
Every November fisheries biologists and a team of assistants use electrofishing boats at night to capture lake trout on Lake Champlain. Data is collected from upwards of 400 lakers each fall to monitor the health of the fishery and measure impacts of the lamprey control program.
Come November there are a growing number of anglers that are just getting started. As long as there’s open water and a way to launch a boat, no matter how cold it gets, these hardy soles are always game for a thrilling day of winter fishing for lake trout and salmon. To kick of the season a handful of these guys have organized a derby. Since 2009 the first Saturday in November has been reserved for the Frostbite Fleet Salmon Shootout.
The acclaimed Moth Mainstage is thrilled to be back at the Flynn Center for the Arts in Burlington this fall. The Moth features true stories told live without notes, by five unforgettable local and national storytellers. All premium ticketholders are invited to join us following the show for a private cast reception in the adjacent Tarrant Gallery.
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Vermont’s youth deer hunting season is a lot more than passing on the skills of pursuing white tail deer. Time spent in the woods with a son or daughter create memories that will last a lifetime. We spend time on a successful youth hunt with Lawrence and his youngest son Jake.
Located in the town of Whitingham the Atherton Meadows wildlife management area consists of two parcels situated on either side of Route 100. The smaller piece is southeast of Route 100. The larger 646 acre parcel lies between Route 100 and the southern end of Harriman Reservoir.
Skiing and snowboarding are two ways to get through Vermont's long winters but there are dozens of other things you can do to enjoy the season. A growing number of enthusiasts are digging in to the sport of ice climbing
Celebrating its 10th anniversary, Opera Company of Middlebury presents five performances of Tchaikovsky's melodic, romantic masterpiece “Eugene Onegin.”
Fully staged with professional singers, orchestra and chorus.
May 31st to June 8th at Town Hall Theater
Friday, May 31 at 8 pm
Sunday, June 2 at 2 pm
Thursday, June 6 at 8 pm
Friday, June 7 at 8 pm
Saturday, June 8 at 8 pm
For tickets, call (802) 382-9222 or go to ocmvermont.org.
VPT is pleased to provide media support.