Santa is coming to town! The Arts Bus will be at two Santa visits in the area. Saturday, November 24 from 12-1:30 in the Esther Mesh room at the Chandler (Santa visiting from 12-shortly after 1) and Saturday, December 8 at the Tunbridge library, Arts Bus 9-10:30, 10:30 Santa arrives for a limited time. If […]
It has been a great start to our 2018 season! Some of our new programming has included digital photography workshops with local Girl Scouts and joint programming for senior citizens and PreK students. We can’t wait to see you on the bus this summer!
Join us for a celebration of the poetry of Shel Silverstein. July 27, 5-7 pm Bethel School. Students from the One Planet summer program from Bethel, Rochester, Royalton and Stockbridge will be performing. Free admission. Donations greatly appreciated.
Please support the Arts Bus through VT Gives, a state wide day of giving to support Vermont non-profits. Check out our page at https://www.vermontgives.org/organizations/arts-bus-inc
The Arts Bus Design Contest winners have been chosen! 1st Place-Mia LaCasse of Northfield 2nd Place-June Brown and Amber Wimmer of Bethel Their designs will be featured on this year’s Arts Bus tote bags. Look for your tote bag on our Facebook shop or at Arts Bus events.
The Arts Bus is having a Mother/Child Celebration! Bring the whole family on Saturday, May 13th from 1-4 at the Randolph Recreation Pavilion. The event will include healthy snacks, cookie decorating, Mother’s Day crafts, health and educational information and a raffle of items from local businesses to benefit the Arts Bus. The event will also […]
Hard to believe spring is just about here. . .bulbs are beginning to sprout again, robins are hunting for worms, and all this means it’s time to think about the garden! Gardens, art, and kids make a fun mix! Here is a fun activity for all ages to enjoy: Collect some river rocks of varying […]
Arts Bus is the lucky recipient of a $5,000 pledge match from Hugh and Kate McLean!! We need your help in matching this very generous donation, so we can turn that $5,000 into $10,000!! Ten thousand dollars can support up to three months of art education programming, brought directly to children and their families via […]
It’s not always easy to find inexpensive, fun, creative, AGE-APPROPRIATE art activities for toddlers. Feedback from the older toddlers and preschoolers tells us that most get bored with “handprint” projects (like making a turkey out of the child’s handprint–great to try once, but not much creativity involved here, and kids are HUNGRY for creative pursuits!) […]