Film Series

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We partner with local community organizations to create engaging film series that rotate venues throughout the greater Hardwick area. These films focus on social justice, climate change, politics, and community wellbeing. Each screening brings a diverse group of community members together to not only experience concepts and ideas through film, but also engage in open and honest conversations, examining socially relevant topics locally, nationally, and in a global context.


Creative Classes

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Creative Classes are fun for all levels and encourage creative exploration in a positive learning environment and typically occur at the Craftsbury Town Hall throughout the fall, winter and spring. Past classes have included:

  • Plein Air Painting

  • Nature Drawing

  • Bookmaking

  • Natural Dyeing

  • Ceramic Surface Design

  • Basketry

Interested in leading a creative class? Contact Skye Livingston.


Sip & Skill Shares

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Sip & Skill Shares are offered in partnership with the Highland Center for the Arts and take place at their Hardwick Cafe. Past topics have included:

  • Firecider

  • Clothes Mending

  • Salves + Oil Infusions

  • Mozzarella Cheese

  • Tinctures

  • Embroidery Stitches

Have a skill you’d like to share? Contact Skye Livingston.


Spring Fest Walk / Run

This trail fun run is the first event of the annual Hardwick Spring Festival and celebrated its 40th anniversary in 2019! Organized and sponsored by NEK Kids on the Move and WonderArts, this run is open to people of all ages and abilities. Course options include both a 1.5km loop and a 5km loop, with the ability to run or walk either. All 5km participants are entered into a raffle to win prizes donated by local businesses and all kids get a pair of sunglasses. Proceeds benefit NEK Kids on the Move programing at WonderArts.


Color Run

The annual Color Run is open to all ages and levels of participation with the course starting at the Craftsbury Academy parking lot off Dustan Rd and completing a figure 8 loop down to Little Hosmer pond and back. At each checkpoint volunteers toss fun chalk colors at runners so everyone is covered and colorful! All participants receive a small prize for registering and are entered into a raffle to win prizes donated by local businesses. Proceeds support summer camp scholarships for WonderArts camps.


Summer Celebration

Celebrate another year of community connection and vibrant programs with an evening full of music, food, libations, and friends! This year’s Summer Celebration is on August 15th, from 5:30 - 8:00 pm at the Turning Stone Farm. All are welcome and we hope to see you there for the event of the summer!

Featuring live music by Cookie’s Hot Club, a cash bar, delectable finger foods from local producers, an amazing silent auction and a lively pie auction!


Holiday Market

WonderArts is proud to present the Annual Holiday Market as a celebration of this community’s local artisans, as we continue our work to cultivate the creativity of youth and adults through the arts while supporting the local creative economy.

The Holiday Market is free and open to the public and features a variety of local art, crafts, body care products, festive items, and tasty treats from over 40 vendors! Proceeds support the ongoing programs at WonderArts.