This year for Father's Day, musician Chris Dorman is getting a special gift — his debut CD. The Shelburne dad of two, better known in kids music circles as Mister Chris, releases Always There on June 21. He first shared his vision with the album's producer, Jared Slomoff, more than two years ago. Then last summer, Dorman raised more than $16,000 via Kickstarter to fund the project. Many local musicians — including Caleb Bronz, Tyler Bolles and Lowell Thompson — lend their talents to the CD. And students from South Burlington's the Schoolhouse, as well as Dorman's 7-year-old son and 4-year-old daughter, sing on several tracks. "So much went into it," Dorman says, "and I have to admit that when we got toward the end, it was hard to let go. I can relate it directly to parenting: When we're getting ready for our kiddos to be born, sometimes we think, Wait, maybe you should stay in there a little longer."
Camps take place at Shelburne Craft School’s beautiful, historic campus. Youth work in real, active artist and craft studios around equipment and around projects that adult artists and crafters have been making. The commitment to genuine craft and authentic experience makes Shelburne Craft School’s camps unique among the arts-and-crafts camps…(more)