What to do this weekend, Feb. 5-7

Vermont blues duo Dwight & Nicole is live-streaming its concert from the UVM Recital hall on Friday night.

We almost made it! The weekend is nearly upon us. Make use of the slightly warmer weather and get out — for a hike, a trip to the museum, or dinner at a local restaurant.

Purchase a family pass so you can make use of the trails at Arrowhead Golf Course. And check out where you can watch the Super Bowl and order game day snacks from this Sunday. 

Here's what else is going on:

FRIDAY, FEB. 5

Friday Story Time

When: 10-10:30 a.m.

Where: Virtual

Details: Join the Milton Public Library every Friday morning for story time with librarian Kathy Dulac. Tune in on the library's Facebook page or YouTube Channel.

Current Issues in Animal Law Lecture Series

When: 1-2 p.m.

Where: Virtual

Details: Beginning this Friday, the Environmental Law Center at Vermont Law School is hosting a free lecture series that is open to the public and livestreamed at vermontlaw.edu/live. The Feb. 5 event is titled "Environmental, Public Health, and Other Societal Harms of Extreme Farmed Animal Confinement" and will feature The Humane Society of America's Laura Fox JD/MELP'13 as the keynote speaker.

UVM Lane Series: Dwight & Nicole

When: 7:30-9:30 p.m.

Where: Virtual

Details: Sit back and relax at home by tuning into this virtual concert. The performance by Vermont blues musicians Dwight & Nicole will be livestreamed from the UVM Recital Hall. Tickets are $20 and can be purchased at uvm.edu/laneseries/dwight-nicole

SATURDAY, FEB. 6

“Raggedy And” Theater

When: 7:30 p.m.

Where: Virtual

Details: The Vermont Pride Center will present a live reading of David Valdes' play Raggedy And followed by a talkback with moderator and former Vermont gubernatorial candidate Christine Hallquist. The show will be available on demand on the Chandler Center for the Arts website through Feb. 13.

SUNDAY, FEB. 7

Sensory Friendly Sunday

When: 9-10 a.m.

Where: ECHO Leahy Center for Lake Champlain

Details: All kids, teens and adults with sensory-processing differences, autism spectrum disorder, or developmental disabilities are invited to experience a sensory-friendly museum from 9-10 a.m. The museum will be closed to the general public, allowing visitors to enjoy the exhibits in a calm environment. Admission is free, but an RSVP is required. Sensory-sunday-feb21.eventbrite.com

Help us make this calendar better. Send your event to bhigdon@orourkemediagroup.com

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