What to do this weekend, Feb. 19-21

The bi-annual Burlington Bridal Show is this Sunday, Feb. 21. 

Happy Friday! And happy winter break to those with no school next week. We hope you make many safe and fun winter memories. 

Here's what's going on in our area this weekend. 


UVM Lane Series

When: 7:30-9 p.m.

Where: Virtual

Details: Mary Bonhag, soprano, has put together an ensemble to perform a program of seldom-heard music designed to celebrate a new beginning. She will be joined by pianist and UVM Affiliate Artist Paul Orgel, violinist and Craftsbury Chamber Players founder Mary Rowell and cellist and UVM Affiliate Artist Emily Taubl. Tickets: uvm.edu/laneseries/mary-bonhag-friends


2nd Annual Clean Water Ice Fishing Derby

When: 8 a.m.-3 p.m.

Where: Missisquoi Bay, Swanton

Details: Awards, prizes, and grab and go food and drink will be offered this Saturday at the Annual Ice Fishing Derby hosted by Mill River Brewing. The derby benefits Friends of Northern Lake Champlain. Registration is $25 for those age 10 and older. Sign up at: https://bit.ly/3jZ1aKX

Story Time and Drawing Lesson

When: 11 a.m.

Where: Virtual

Details: Join Vermont Cartoonist Laureate James Kochalka and Phoenix Books for a virtual story time and drawing lesson to celebrate Kochalka’s beloved series “Johnny Boo and the Silly Blizzard.” Registration is free, but book purchases are appreciated.


Burlington Bridal Show

When: 10:30 a.m.-12 p.m.

Where: DoubleTree, South Burlington

Details: Tying the knot soon? Meet with local wedding professionals from photographers and bakeries to wedding decor and attire. There’s also a chance to win thousands of dollars in prizes, raffles and giveaways from local wedding vendors. COVID-19 protocols are in place, and tickets cost $10.

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