The television-viewing experience is a veritable all-you-can-eat buffet for kids these days. Vermont PBS is now expanding its offerings for the younger set with Vermont PBS Kids, a new channel devoted to round-the-clock children's programming, which launched on January 16. The channel replaces Vermont PBS World and will only be available with certain cable packages. Voracious viewers can visit vermontpbs.org/kids for free live streaming of the station's educational programming, featuring the Kratt Brothers, Daniel Tiger, Arthur and many more familiar friends.
Shelburne Museum’s summer camps offer experiences for ages 4-13. Engage your creative side, explore nature and create art inspired by the beautiful grounds of Shelburne Museum. Our exciting, fun hands-on days emphasize the creative process and offer new perspectives on Vermont and American artistic traditions. Camps available in June, July…(more)