Please join Vermont PBS & The Montshire Museum for a Free Legacy Planning Seminar!
RSVP by October 24!
Contact George Hauenstein: firstname.lastname@example.org / (802) 654-3669
Vermont PBS and The Montshire Museum are pleased to bring you a Free Legacy Planning Seminar on the topic of trusts and estate planning.
Attorneys Catherine Richmond and Ethan Frechette of Hanover, N.H., law firm Stebbins Bradley, PA, will discuss techniques to help you exercise control over your medical and financial decision-making, even when you are no longer able to make decisions yourself. This informative, free presentation will cover the documents central to a well-executed plan, as well as ways to preserve a philanthropic legacy. Questions will be encouraged.
Light refreshments will be served.
An Evening you’ll long remember…
Plan now to join Vermont PBS for our next Evening Inspired by Downton Abbey – a spectacular early winter extravaganza celebrating the premiere of Masterpiece Classic’s Downton Abbey, Season 5!
Get a sneak peek at the premiere episode on the big screen at the T-Rex Cinema – then enjoy an evening of great food, great music with the Vermont Jazz Ensemble, great camaraderie and great fun.Various ticket packages available. Book your spot now! www.vermontpbs.org/downton
Vermont PBS is pleased to be a media sponsor for...
Grammy-winner Del McCoury is a living link to when bluegrass was made in hillbilly honkytonks, schoolhouse shows, and onstage at the Grand Ole Opry. To help bring new life to the work of folk poet Woody Guthrie, McCoury was personally selected by Guthrie’s daughter, Nora, to set previously undiscovered Guthrie lyrics to bluegrass music. The performance includes these new songs as well as a multi-media presentation featuring Guthrie’s original words, drawings, and other materials from the archives. The band, winners of 31 International Bluegrass Music Association Awards, also performs other Del McCoury Band favorites.
Now in its 4th year, the Woodstock Digital Media is established as a unique event where an extraordinary group of innovators from across the country, representing diverse fields backgrounds, come together to share their public interest work with each other and with the public.
The beautiful setting of Woodstock, Vermont, provides the backdrop to a day of keynote talks, hands-on workshops, and informal gatherings.
The Vermont Fall Antique Expo and Sale, this three-day show will take place at the Champlain Valley Exposition on October 24, 25 and 26, 2014. The Expo will be the same weekend as the Fall Essex Craft & Fine Art Show. The two separate shows will be offered for one price, only $8.00 (admission valid for re-entry all show days). The Craft and Fine Art Show traditionally draws thousands of shoppers each autumn and marks the beginning of holiday shopping for many. The antique show brings established antique and vintage collectible dealers and individual sellers together. Champlain Valley Exposition has been the home of antique shows for over a decade and that tradition continues with this locally produced show.
For more info to register, visit www.cvexpo.org/FallAntique.html
And don't miss our Antique Appraisal Day on Sunday!
Our 3rd annual Antiques & Collectibles Appraisal brings together experts in antiques, paintings, coins, jewelry, artwork, textiles and more! Bring in your favorite old portable item and let an expert tell you what it’s worth.
Appraisal registration fee: $40 per item.
Walk-in's welcome on Sunday, or register now at support.vermontpbs.org/appraisal
Your registration/donation includes a one-year membership to Vermont PBS.
Please Note: Vermont PBS’ appraisal event is part of the 2014 Fall Antique & Craft Show. There is a separate entry fee of $8.00 per person at the gate to attend the Fall Antique & Craft Show.
Duane Merrill & Company
Vincent J. Fernandez Oriental Rugs
Windham Antique Center
Vermont Professional Appraisals LLC
Tick Tock Jewelers