CABOT – On Saturday, Jan. 8, from noon to 9 p.m., Cabot Arts has organized a Twelfth Night Celebration in the village.
The festival features an array of performing arts and activities for all ages. Eight acts will provide entertainment ranging from storytelling, theater, puppets and comedy to classical music, a brass band, and English Morris dancing. Outdoors on the Cabot Village Common there will be ice skating, wagon rides, snow painting, hot cocoa station, and a sunset paper lantern parade led by Burlington’s street band, The Brass Balagan.
Festival Highlights include: Simon Brooks (storytelling), Sandglass Theater (puppets and comedy), Cabot Community Theater (Mummers Play), ASL Interpreter (American Sign Language interpreter during the afternoon program), Paper Lantern Contest (with prizes), Tara Goreau (mural painting), Scrag Mountain Duo (classical program), The Brass Balagan (brass street band), sunset lantern parade; community dinner (take out by donation), Dave Keller Band (blues and soul), The Midnight Capers (Morris team), Wassail Community Sing (outdoors at The Den Garden), Sandy Ducharme (floorcloth raffle). Admission is free for all events.
Venues include the Willey Building Auditorium, Cabot Village Common, Cabot United Church, and The Den Garden (outdoors). Proof of vaccination (or PCR test) and a valid ID, plus masking at all times, will be required for indoor events. For more information, contact Dana Robinson at (802) 793-3016 or firstname.lastname@example.org.