Manchester Town Green Concert
The Bank of Bennington and the Town of Manchester present the summer’s third Concert on the Green on Tuesday, July 26. The So Far Band will be playing on the Factory Point Green from 6 to 8 p.m. This women’s vocal group was founded in 2009 by a group of friends who wanted to sing together for fun. Since then, these Manchester moms have appeared at a wide variety of community fundraisers, from Empty Bowls to Live Green, still singing for fun – and to raise money for local nonprofits. The group is made up of Susan Biggs, Jennifer Crepeau-Lalor, Kathleen James, Fran Marino, Julie Oliva and Mary Welford, backed by Don Martin on acoustic guitar. Hotdogs, sausages, popcorn and non-alcoholic beverages will be available to purchase. There is no smoking at the Town Green; all dogs must be leashed. Questions can be directed to the Recreation Park at 802-362-1439 or email@example.com. Weather-related cancellations will be posted at facebook.com/manchestergov.
The Cavendish Music Series continues on Wednesday, July 27, when the Green Brothers Band takes the stage on the Proctorsville Green at 6 p.m. This will be the fourth of six concerts that are held on consecutive Wednesday evenings in July and August. The Green Brothers Band’s unique blend of musical genres packs a cool, funky, soul-stirring punch, with an eclectic mix of jazz, blues, rock, rhythm and blues, reggae, and Latin fusion. The concert is free and open to everyone, not just Cavendish residents. For information, call Robin at 802-226-7736.
Salem Ice Cream Social & Concert
The Georgi on the Battenkill will host a performance by the Washington County Band and a free Ice Cream Social wth the Salem Rotary at 7 p.m. on Thursday, August 4. Admission is free, and the event is open to the public. Bring a lawn chair, the kids, a picnic and enjoy! The Georgi on the Battenkill Community Park and Museum is located at 22 Adams Lane in Shushan, N.Y. Call 518-854-3773 or visit the website at thegeorgi.com to learn more.
Dorset Cooking Workshop
Expand your culinary skills at Dorset’s historic Marble House Project at hands-on and demonstration cooking workshops with director of horticulture and sustainable agriculture Tina Cohen and resident chef and food educator Kelly McNabb. Space is limited; register at marblehouseproject.org Coming up on Thursday, July 28: ‘Bites and Flights,’ an evening of wine tasting and tapas. The cost is $55 per person.