December brings local tales & hot tickets!
Our December membership campaign presents Vermont-focused programs and tickets to high-profile concerts - and offers a great way for you to help keep local public television strong!
Support from new members is a vital piece of our funding at Vermont PBS, and we’d love to welcome you to the family.
New Vermont programming
This documentary, a labor of love written, directed and edited by Hollywood screenwriter and director Bill Phillips (Christine, The Beans of Egypt Maine) profiles the life and career of Sabra Field. The documentary explores Field's most commonly seen and circulated images - which celebrate American pastoral motifs in New England - and asks why some critics have long dismissed the pastoral as an appropriate subject for contemporary art.
|Mr. Jimmy’s Birthday Challenge|
When Mr. Jimmy Moore challenged himself to run 80 kilometers in 1 day for his 80th birthday, his small Mississippi town got behind him to see if they too could "run their age," from age 8 to 80.
|On The Trail: Hiking Through Vermont On The Long Trail|
On the Trail is a short documentary film about a journey across the state of Vermont on America's first long distance hiking trail. This film documents both the physical and emotional challenges faced by a mother and son as they undertake this 273-mile-long trek from Massachusetts to Canada.
A Vermont Romance is 100 years old in 2016! The first feature film shot in Vermont and funded by The Vermont Progressive Party in 1916 has been newly restored and remastered by VAMP, The Vermont Archive Movie Project, featuring a new musical score performed by Bob Merrill.
Hot tickets to local concerts
|Tommy Emmanuel: Music Gone Public|
PBS has pulled together some of the BEST footage from previous Tommy specials like Centerstage, Live from the Balboa Theatre, and Live & Solo in Pensacola… along with never-before-seen performances, collaborations, interviews, and stories from Tommy himself! Get tickets to his February 28, 2017 performance at Burlington’s Flynn Center!
|The Classic Rock Show|
Performing the greatest songs from right across the Alphabet of Rock, The Classic Rock Show’s world class band powers through Classic Rock’s finest moments performed with note-for-note precision that truly brings the original iconic and era defining recordings back to life on stage, with a huge sound and light show to match plus much, much more! Get tickets to his February 24, 2017 performance at Burlington’s Flynn Center!
|Salute to Vienna|
Hosted by world-famous mezzo soprano Frederica von Stade and Academy Award-winner and Vienna native Maximilian Schell, this special presents the most popular excerpts from well-known operettas performed by an international cast of superstars. Get tickets to the January 1, 2017 performance at Place des Arts in Montreal!
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Watch our Vermont PBS Kids' 24/7 channel. Enjoy the benefits of joining our Kids' Club! Explore our many free videos, games, and resources for educators and parents!
Join our Britcom Club today to support great British programming – and get your invite to this year’s Britcom Teas. Act soon!
Join us for a free screeing of this inspirational story of a young man who was unable to speak as a child until he discovered a unique way to communicate via classic Disney animated films.
Do you love to tell stories? If you’re in Kindergarten through 5th grade, you can write and illustrate a story for Vermont PBS.
Calling all filmmakers ages 10-30 who live or go to school in Vermont! Win cash prizes and share your work on Vermont PBS and at film festivals statewide in the 2017 Freedom & Unity TV Vermont Youth Film Contest. Visit freedomandunitytv.org for details. Deadline is March 26, 2017.
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