With the heat of the summer, I have started to build a canopy for the entrance. Even if I could use shade at the front doors now it will still be useful whenever it gets up. With luck and good (read cooler) weather it might be up for the next ART OPENING on Aug 31. Also getting John Marius to make metal brackets for it - just like he did for the front benches.
We are happy to be included in Art New England Online magazine! Check it out!
The living/green roof now shares space with the sculpture "Waves" by Kate Pond, the geese have been tagged (banded) by Fish & Wildlife, Jack & Friends are playing music on Sunday June 24 at 11am, we have new eats & treats Hazelnut Jam cookies and Torta de la nonna (a ricotta based cheesecake with toasted pine nuts), and the light and colour of Ed Owre and Holly Rae Taylor's Abstract Landscapes: Solid and LIght are dancing around the gallery with the light and color of the corn growing outside. The play between Art and Environment is in everything around us... Happy Summer Solstice!
Surrounded by the June beauty of the Lake Champlain valley, the gallery welcomes two gifted spirits full of with talent and heartfelt play. Ed Owre and Holly Rae Taylor bring their abstract landscapes - both solid and light - to fill the Gallery walls and windows!
Lake Champlain Committee: Cyanobacteria Monitor Trainings
Help assess Lake Champlain water conditions around the lake. Complete our cyanobacteria monitor interest form if you're interested in monitoring during the 2018 season or want to attend a training session to learn more about the lake. Feel free to share this invite with other lake lovers.
Monitoring will begin in June and run through at least Labor Day with as many monitors as possible continuing to collect data until the end of September. Both new and returning monitors need to receive annual training. Participants must have weekly access to the same shoreline location (either public or private) and be able to file online reports. The program provides critical data on where and when blooms are happening and is relied on by citizens as well as health, environmental and recreation agencies. It also provides data to help understand the triggers for blooms so we can reduce their frequency. Data from the monitoring program is regularly uploaded to the Lake Champlain cyanobacteria data tracker map hosted by the Vermont Department of health and accessible to anyone with internet access.
The LCC monitor training sessions are free and open to the public but please pre-register to ensure we have enough space and materials. Presentations will last about an hour and a half and provide background about cyanobacteria (AKA blue-green algae), guidance on how to differentiate it from other lake phenomena, instructions for assessing water conditions, and actions to take to reduce blooms. Contact us at email@example.com or (802) 658-1414 if you have any questions or would like to help organize a training session for your community.
Bob and Mary McKearin, LCC cyanobacteria monitors for Burlington's North Beach.
Pop-Up movie night with Popcorn: CHOREOGRAPHY OF TIME.
Join us Friday May 25, 6-8pm.
Join us for a free night of music and moving visual art.
Featuring a compilation of time-lapse videos captured and edited by Meghan O'Rourke.
Music by Uli Schygulla.
Popcorn provided by Allan Wilder Pop Hero Popcorn.
Limited parking, please use parking at Town Library.
"Each time I place a camera in a location, I am unsure what mysterious visual treat will be revealed. I look forward to learning what you find interesting, compelling or noteworthy."