Arts events: Sept. 7 through Sept. 12, 2016

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Lew Watters work on exhibit at the Whiting Library

Lew Watters work on exhibit at the Whiting Library

Sept. 7: Chester artist Lew Watters exhibits at Whiting

A new art exhibit opens at Whiting Library featuring the work of Chester artist Lew Watters at 117 Main St. in Chester. The show titled, “Lew Watters in Print,” will feature large offset printed editions of Chester and the Stone Village, along with other works by Watters.

The opening reception is from 5 to 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 7. The show runs through Oct. 28 and is open to the public. For more info, call 802-875-2277 or email at

Sept. 12: BMC Music School Fall programs and classes

The Brattleboro Music Center Music School’s 40th anniversary year offerings include instruction for children, youth, and adults. Registrations are now being accepted for fall classes, which begin Monday, Sept. 12. Music lessons are offered for all ages and all levels and range from 20 to 60 minutes. BMC is located at 38 Walnut St. in Brattleboro.

In addition, popular children and youth programs on the schedule are Movin’ Into Music for ages 1–5; Tigers String Class for ages 5–8; Youth Celtic Classes for ages 9–14; and Intro to Traditional Music by Ear.

Adult programs include Beginning Violin, String Ensemble Workshop for Adults, Celtic Music Session-Intermediate, Celtic Music Session-Advanced, Intro to Traditional Music by Ear, Singing Strong Senior Chorus and new Saturday programming will be announced soon.

For more information or to register, visit or call 802-257-4523.

— Susan Lampe-Wilson

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