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Roots on the Rails - Green Mountain Express

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Grafton-Bellows Falls-Burlington, VT & Return

Join Livingston Taylor, Peter Mulvey, Susan Werner and The Milkhouse Heaters on a Roots on the Rail trip called The Green Mountain Express. Seats are limited to 60 and tickets are selling fast. Get the details here: http://www.rootsontherails.com/upcoming-trips-2018-green-mountain-express

The 5th Annual Roots on the River Open Mic with The Milkhouse Heaters

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Flat Iron Exchange, 51 the Square , Bellows Falls, Vermont 05101

Free Event, The 5th Year of The Milkhouse Heaters hosting this event which showcases players and songwriters of all levels. We bring the PA and you bring your instrument and a few songs. The Flat Iron has coffee, tea, espresso and baked goods available. http://www.flatironexchangevt.com

Roots on the River Open Mic hosted by The Milkhouse Heaters

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Flat Iron Excahange Coffee House, 51 The Square , Bellows Falls

Open Mic for Roots on the River! The Flat Iron Exchange is helping to kick off The 17th Annual Roots On The River Festival. The stage at Flat Iron will be open to all festival goers, performers, volunteers and anyone who would like to perform. The usual assortment of locally roasted coffee, Sun-brewed iced tea, and fresh lemonade will also be available. The Flat Iron Exchange is happy to be home to The Roots on the River Open Mic for the third year in a row, is free of charge and hosted by The Milkhouse Heaters.

B F Community Bike Project Silent Auction

The Wool FM Building, 33 Bridge St , Bellows Falls

B F Community Bike Project A non-profit community bike center in Bellows Falls, VT is holding a fundraiser! Live Music! Cash Bar! Food! 50/50 Raffle! Their Mission is to provide community access to reclaimed bicycles and bike repair skills, encouraging safe bicycling as a means of affordable transportation, self sufficiency, and overall wellness.

The Milkhouse Heaters and Ross Robinson

The Mole Hill Theatre, 789 Gilsom Mine Road, East Alstead, NH

When Mole Hill Theatre opened 10 years ago in Alstead, it was a machine shop in the woods. Today, it’s still a machine shop in the woods, only now it’s become such a popular destination for entertainment that the building can no longer accommodate its fans. Owner Dennis Molesky is in the midst of a project to help the theater face the next decade ready to take on an ever-expanding audience. “The mission of the theater is to attract different demographics,” Molesky said. “The goal is for people to come, sit and enjoy entertainment alongside others who might vote differently from them. If they can’t do it here, where can they?”

$10.00 at door

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