News and Events
TRIVIA is ON for Thursdays, March 16, 23, and 30th, from 6-8pm at the Village Restaurant.
Burgers, apps, (sometimes) wings, and a seriously fun time for all.
And! Our first monthly OLD-TIME JAM will be held on Tuesday, March 28th from 7-9pm.
With a vision to revive community fiddling and a regional old time music repertoire, we are partnering with Cabot Arts to host a monthly old-time jam session at the Civic. All players of string band-style instruments - fiddle, banjo, guitar, bass, and mandolin - are encouraged to attend. Repertoire will be based on southern and northern old-time fiddle tunes. All levels of proficiency are welcome.
DEVELOPED TO DEATH! (A Murder Mystery Theater Production): April 14, 15, & 16, at the Hardwick American Legion, Post #7
The Legal Voters of the Town of Hardwick (and beyond), are hereby notified and warned to act on the following business: A zoning meeting concerning a proposed multi-use development on Bridgman Hill. At said meeting, there just might be a murder, and (during a three course meal) the mystery of whodunit will certainly need to be solved.
This is no off-the-shelf murder mystery. It takes place in Hardwick, was written in Hardwick, features 22 local actors, including several prominent Hardwickians playing themselves, and guarantees at least five Hardwick-specific inside jokes.
Tickets will be available in person only at The Galaxy Bookshop, The American Legion Hall, and The Civic Standard.
HAIKU CLUB April 5th from 5;30-7pm
All are welcome to this free event-- come to listen or bring a piece you are currently working on to share with the group. Hardwick Haiku strives to be a supportive and fun environment. No previous haiku experience is needed to join.
This event is hosted by Mark Scott in collaboration with the Civic Standard. Soup and snacks will be provided.