Category: Summer Programs

PIE Pairings at Roberts Harbor Farm!

Now that fall has arrived, we have a moment to reflect on parts of the summer! One of the many PIE events over the past several months was on August

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RISE UP!

On May 13th, 2022 the Halcyon String Quartet presented Rise Up! – a series of multimedia performances. Using a combination of live music and projected film, Rise Up! reflects on

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PIE’s Pairing with Roberts Harbor Farm!

We are excited to partner with Roberts Harbor Farm on this year’s PIE Pairings event! Our pairing this year is Vinalhaven seafood with RHF fresh produce! All local! All delicious!

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Bill Trevaskis: Photography & The Art of Chance

Bill Trevaskis gave a fascinating presentation on July 19th to an appreciative audience of community members, students, and summer visitors. Thank you for sharing your inquiring and spontaneous process of

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North Atlantic Ballet

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SCOTT JOPLIN: King of Ragtime

SCOTT JOPLIN: King of Ragtime, with Steve Costanza & musical friends – this Tuesday, 7pm, Smith Hokanson Memorial Hall at VH School! Don’t miss this joyful celebration of the creative

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Rise Up!

Coming to VHS on Sunday, May 15 at 2 pm A special community event sponsored by PIE! For more information, visit Halcyonstringquartet.org. Sneak preview at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g8p9qkGcdSs

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THEATER LIGHTING IS SO EXCITING!

Michael Cole, a lighting design specialist from NYC, was at Vinalhaven School on Thursday 1/6 to Monday 1/10, to work with Gr. 2-8th grade theater students, some high school students,

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Cassatt String Quartet Benefit Concert for PIE

The incredibly talented and entertaining Cassatt String Quartet performed a live concert to benefit PIE on Sunday, August 15th at the Union Church. The concert was public, by donation at

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Back by Popular Demand: Skål of Rock

The Vinalhaven School’s Spring Concert was so popular that Music Teacher Bill Trevaskis agreed to have an encore performance of some of the highlights at Skål for a fundraiser for

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