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Illuminate Vermont Artisan Street Festival

Food trucks and tents at a winter event with little lights.

On a dark April night, as Vermont anticipates a once-in-a-lifetime total eclipse, Illuminate Vermont shines bright with the power of artistic expression and celebration. Enjoy cocktails, food trucks, live music, and shopping at this indoor/outdoor market. Admission is free! Vermont’s newest artistic festival returns April 5 & 6, 2024!

Saturday Events

The Library will host performers in the living room area and the Friends of the Library will have a pop-up book sale featuring children's books and mass market paperbacks.

The Library will be closed for other business.

Friday Performances

A Pair of Pauls Playing Piano


Paul Webb and Paul Gittelsohn surronded by piano keysPaul Webb has played piano professionally in the Burlington area for over thirty years, including as house pianist at the Inn at Shelburne Farms since it’s opening in 1987. He has released three CDs of original compositions featuring piano-driven songs with intelligent lyrics and memorable melodies. Paul W. enjoys applying his style to jazz standards and the Great American Songbook. More info and music at

Paul Gittelsohn enjoys delighting audiences with his vast repertoire of ragtime, jazz and novelty tunes while accompanying himself on piano, tenor banjo, guitar or mandolin. After busking at some of the finest street corners in San Francisco, Paul G. toured California with his hot swing vocal trio, On The Air. He co-founded and performed with such memorable groups as Cadillac Slim & The Hub Cats, The Legendary Prairietones, and The Tin Pan Valentinos. Paul G. plays tenor banjo and sings many of his favorite humorous songs with the Onion River Jazz Band.

With their combined 118 years of music experience A Pair of Pauls Playing Piano will tickle your funny bones as they tickle the ivories.

Ukulele Clare with Rebecca Padula


Ukulele Clare and Rebecca Padula playing ukulelesThis entertaining duo charms audiences with originals and songs drawn from the American Songbook, bringing the best of jazz, country, folk, and blues. "Ukulele" Clare Innes is a ukulele shenanigan instigator who brings a lighthearted style to the stage with her ukulele, banjolele, and harmonica. Rebecca Padula backs her smoldering alto with guitar, ukulele, and the occasional kazoo. For more information visit their website at

The Library is ADA accessible, patrons are asked to call (802) 846-4140 in advance if special services are required.

Masks may be worn in the library and at any library program.