WHITE RIVER INDIE FILMS

Friday, June 4 - Sunday, June 6

 

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ON THE ARTSY SIDE OF THE TRACKS
IN WHITE RIVER JUNCTION

-New York Times

“So many towns around here are dressed up for tourists to be this fantasy of what Vermont should look like,” Mr. Bucy (Tip Top Building Owner) said. “Here, there’s still a little bit of grittiness.” Click here to read the full story...

 

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FIRST FRIDAY IN THE VILLAGE

Every first friday. Every month.

Once a month the village transforms into a big open house.

TGIF. Get out and see what's new at the Revolution, see art at the Cooler Gallery (and buy very special products from their boutique), and enjoy great food at one of White River Junction's fine establishments. The entertainment shifts from store celebrations, special events and sales, live music and more. Come rejoice in the preservation and innovation of an historical neighborhood.

 

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DRAWN AND PANELED
SEVEN DAYS VERMONT
Novel graphics from The Center for Cartoon Studies

“Drawn and Paneled” gives Seven Days Vermont readers a glimpse into the world’s only cartoonschool, right here in Vermont, and into the minds of students whose creativity is, well, channeled into panels. For more info, visit CCS online cartoonstudies.org.

 

 

 

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IN THE NEWS

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7DAYS VIDEO ON GORY DAZE PARADE

The 7th Gory Daze parade takes over the White River Junction with a bagpiper, draft horses, a flame organ and hundreds of costumed participants. What is it about WRJ that makes it so damn cool?

 

BUDGET TRAVEL MAGAZINE
NAMES WHITE RIVER JUNCTION IN TOP 10 BEST SMALL TOWNS!

“These towns all have fewer than 10,000 people—but they can rival larger cities when it comes to good food, culture, and quality of life.” Story by Meg Lukens Noonan, September 2008 issue.

 

SOUTHWEST AIRLINES
SPIRIT MAGAZINE
FEATURES THE CENTER FOR CARTOON STUDIES

A Vermont school helps artists make a living in everything from the funny pages to graphic novels...


REVVING UP IN WHITE RIVER

How a clothing shop called Revolution lives up to its name
By Kirk Kardashian


A NEW HAVEN
A onetime railroad hub reinvents itself a harbor for artists

By Kathleen Burge, Globe Staff(Boston Globe, January 2, 2008)

A close-up story on the village of White River Junction. Click here to go online to read see the full story and see photo gallery.


SEVEN DAYS NOW AT REVOLUTION!

Vermont's Independent Voice, Seven Days, is now available in at Revolution in White River Junction!

 


NORTHERN STAGE

30,000 seats sold each season!

"Northern Stage is one of Vermont's finest professional theater companies, and Brooke Ciardelli, its founder and Artistic Director, is one of the state's finest directors." -Times Argus

For more information on the season and to buy tickets: www.northernstage.org




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