- Memorial Day assembly at Hartland Elementary School, Hartland, Vermont.
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“Voted one of Vermont’s Top Ten Winter events. For the past 25 years, Wassail Weekend in Woodstock has welcomed people from near and far. Journalists have recommended this special event as a unique way to enjoy Vermont during a special time of year. The highlight of the weekend is the Wassail Parade through the center of Woodstock with more than fifty horses and riders dressed in holiday costumes and period dress from the early 19th Century. Mr. Claus himself usually puts in an appearance and then heads on to our Little Theater where he greets the children at the magical “Christmas Visions.”
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Holiday Concert, with these talent young stars.
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A Christmas Carol Concert with Wrensong at Norman Williams Public Library this past Wassail Weekend.
“Wrensong presents “A Christmas Carol Concert” at the Norman Williams Library for Wassail Weekend. Wrensong is an a cappella choral group from Vermont’s Upper Valley. Nine singers and one instrumentalist will sing songs primarily from the Renaissance period. The program will include English, German, and French Carols tracing the arch of the Christmas story – from the annunciation to the birth of Jesus, through death and resurrection – with introductions by choral director Oliver Goodenough.”
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“Ham Gillett has been reading this Dylan Thomas classic during Wassail Weekend for more years than he can remember. Familiar faces return every year, some of them local and some not, to close their eyes and listen to Dickens’ matchless weaving of words and images. Even if the ground outside is bare (which it won’t be!) the audience will feel it snowing “like a dumb, numb thunder storm of white, torn, Christmas cards.”
Ham Gillett was raised in Woodstock, spent 15 years as a professional actor in places other than Woodstock, and returned to Woodstock 25 years ago to seek his fame and fortune as a recycling guru – his current occupation. He lives in Windsor and has terrific friends.”