Events

On Sept. 13, VPR's Tell Me More Tour visited Orange County, hosting a public event at the Chandler Center for the Arts in Randolph.
Ty Robertson/Lesli Blount / VPR

On Sept. 13, VPR’s Tell Me More Tour visited Orange County, hosting a public event at the Chandler Center For The Arts in Randolph.

There was a packed house at VPR's Tell Me More Tour event in Montpelier on August 24.
Ty Robertson / VPR

Smartphones, smart speakers — when you listen to Vermont Public Radio, you’re hearing at lot about all these “smart” devices.

But what if you can’t afford these gadgets? What if you don’t have the internet at home or use email? Should that make you feel “dumb"?

Ray Vega's Latin Jazz Sextet will perform during VPR's Friday Night Jazz Pledge Party on Friday, September 14.
Seth Cashman / Courtesy

Join VPR in putting the fun in fundraising at our first-ever Friday Night Jazz Pledge Party on Friday, September 14 at 7 p.m.

The VPR crew at K.T. Ray's On The Pond on August 17. Kira Parker, the engineer in this story, is second from the right.
Flora Liu

On Aug. 17, VPR’s Tell Me More Tour visited Essex County, hosting an evening event at K.T. Ray’s On The Pond in Island Pond. 

On August 4, VPR’s Tell Me More Tour visited Rutland County, spending the day at the Rutland Farmers Market.

Join us on Tuesday, July 24 at 7 p.m. to explore highlights, insights from James Stewart's new podcast series, 'Timeline: Elements'.
Illustration by James Stewart

VPR's newest podcast series, Timeline: Elements, explores how the four elements of antiquity — fire, water, earth and air — have shaped the way we think and express ourselves throughout history. It’s quite a ride and you can join host James Stewart on a guided tour of some of the podcast highlights on Tuesday, July 24 at VPR’s Stetson Studio One.

Join VPR on Wednesday, July 18 for a unique concert experience featuring a collaboration between the Vermont Symphony Orchestra and Ryan Miller, singer and guitarist for the indie band Guster.
Illustration by Anna Ste. Marie / VPR

Join VPR on Wednesday, July 18 for an intimate concert event. Ryan Miller, Vermont musician and lead singer for the band Guster, teams up with a string quartet from the Vermont Symphony Orchestra (VSO).

Come see Julia Caesar and Clever Girls 'Live From The Fort' on Thursday, June 28.
Courtesy / Illustration: Anna Ste. Marie

Live From The Fort presents a double-bill featuring two of the most exciting bands in the Burlington area: Julia Caesar and Clever Girls. Come see the show on Thursday, June 28 at 7 p.m. and be entered to win a pair of passes to the Grand Point North festival.

VPR's next News & Brews features Garrett Graff, journalist, historian and Robert Mueller's biographer. He will discuss  the Justice Department’s investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election with Morning Edition Host, Mitch Wertlieb.
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The Justice Department’s investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election has dominated the news cycle.  If you’ve found yourself struggling to keep track of all the lawyers, links, testimonies and indictments, you’re not alone. Wouldn’t it be great to sit down with a national expert and a cold beverage to get it all sorted out?  

On Sept. 13, VPR’s Tell Me More Tour visited Orange County, hosting a public event at the Chandler Center For The Arts in Randolph.
Illustration by Lara Dickson / Deep Dish Creative

VPR is hitting the road to visit all 14 Vermont counties during our Tell Me More Tour through October 2018.

Join VPR's Investigative Reporter, Emily Corwin, and Vermont Edition's Jane Lindholm and Ric Cengeri for an evening of drinks and discussion on the culture, business and impact of dairy farming in Vermont.
Illustration by Anna Ste. Marie / VPR File

Agriculture and the environment are fundamental to Vermont's politics, economy and daily life. Join us at VPR's next News & Brews event Thursday, April 5 to go on a deep dive into dairy farming with VPR's Investigative Reporter, Emily Corwin, Senior Reporter, John Dillon, and Vermont Edition producer, Ric Cengeri.

Join VPR's capital bureau reporters Bob Kinzel and Pete Hirschfeld to discuss the issues at play in the 2018 legislative session.
Emily Alfin Johnson / VPR

Water quality, property taxes, family leave, and more! There’s so much at play in the legislature, it might make your head spin. Join us for News & Brews: A Legislative Half Time Huddle for an insider's view from our Statehouse reporters!

Reuben Jackson's listening party on July 20 will feature Brian McCarthy's new release, 'The Better Angels Of Our Nature'.
Photo: Seth Cashman / Illustration: Anna Ste. Marie / VPR

Listen now as Reuben Jackson speaks with local saxophonist, educator, composer, Brian McCarthy discussing material from his riveting new release The Better Angels Of Our Nature.

Chad Hollister Band will record a concert for our Live From The Fort series on Thursday, July 13.
Anna Ste. Marie / VPR

UPDATE 7/12: This event has been sold out. If you would like to be placed on our waiting list, please email astemarie@vpr.net.

Artwork by Joanna Bodenweber

On Saturday, June 10 at 11 a.m. VPR hosted a new, streamlined version of the annual Commentator Brunch at our recently expanded Colchester facility on the theme: SLEUTH! UNCOVERING THE TRUTH!

Photo: Angela Evancie/VPR / Illustration: Anna Ste. Marie/VPR

This event has been postponed. The legislature is late in adjourning so we're delaying News & Brews until May 24th, 6:00 at Stowe Cider. Sorry for the inconvenience! Please let us know if you are no longer able to attend. We hope to see you there.

Update 5/12/17: This event is now full. If you'd like to be added to the waiting list, email Ty Robertson at trobertson@vpr.net.

Photo: Courtesy Apartment 3 / Illustration: Anna Ste. Marie/VPR

We're recording the next Live From The Fort show and you’re invited to be part of the audience. Come hang out in VPR’s Studio One for a live performance by Burlington garage rock band Apartment 3 on Friday, May 5 at 6:30 p.m.

Emily Alfin-Johnson / VPR

We're recording our next Live From The Fort concert and you’re invited to be part of the audience! Come hang out in VPR’s Studio One for a live performance by The NEKTones on Friday, April 28 at 7 p.m.

Join Vermont Public Radio’s Reuben Jackson, Joel Najman, and Robert Resnik for an evening of music and conversation, exploring the work of the artists featured in Backstage Pass: Rock & Roll Photography. $10 adults/$5 for children.
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Join Vermont Public Radio’s Reuben Jackson, Joel Najman and Robert Resnik for an evening of music and conversation, exploring the work of the artists featured in "Backstage Pass: Rock & Roll Photography".

Simone Dinnerstein
Lisa-Marie Mazzucco

World-renowned pianist Simone Dinnerstein performs on the new VPR Steinway concert grand piano, recorded live in VPR’s Studio One in Colchester.

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