Tours of the Haskell Opera House
Tours of the opera house are offered mid-May through mid-October during regular library hours, (Tuesdays through Saturday) and follow a set schedule. Sorry, we take Sundays and Mondays off. For safety reasons, all visitors to the Opera House must be accompanied by a member of staff. We suggest a donation of $5 per adult for the tour which lasts approximately 25 minutes. Ask about our group rate. Please direct your inquiries about tours to library personnel (802) 873-3022 or (819) 876-2471 ext 202. Tours may be unavailable on the day of a performance.
WE REGRET THAT WE ARE NO LONGER ABLE TO RECEIVE LARGE GROUP/BUS TOURS.
G = All Ages PG = Parental Guidance R=Adults Only
Tickets for all events are available at Catamount Arts
Haskell Box Office 802-873-3022, ext 205 or 819-876-2471, ext 205
Rusty Dewees is The Logger
Rusty’s self written / self produced One Man Comedy and Music Show “THE LOGGER” has played to sold out houses throughout New England and upstate New York for 16 years. THE LOGGER : a raw, energetic woodsman – a combination of wonderful wisdom and simplicity – Northern New England Spirit)
The Boston Globe says, The Logger show is, “Inventive, entertaining, exceptional”
Rusty grew up in Stowe, Vermont, and lives in Elmore with his cat Scarlet. He lived and worked 11 years in NYC extensively in television and film and national commercials, with over 100 credits combined, and also appeared on NPR’s “Wait, Wait, Don’t Tell Me.”
DeWees connects with Vermonters young and old, donating time to more then 40 human service organizations a year including Ronald MacDonald House, Meals on Wheels (he drives a weekly route), People’s Health And Wellness Clinic, and Vermont Children’s Hospital. As one of Vermont’s most sought after speakers, DeWees speaks to High School students and businesses on the rewards discipline, and substance free living, a lifestyle he follows, but definitely does not extend to his on stage character The Logger. He also plays benefit shows for community organizations, and plays his guitar and sings regularly at an area Nursing Home and is set to donate his time and play his third tour of all the States Correctional Facilities.
Tickets: All seats $22
Tickets are available by calling the Catamount Arts Box Office at 888.757.5559, or by visiting catamountarts.org . To Reserve, call the Haskell Opera House Box Office – U.S. 802-873-3022; Canada 819-876-2471 (ext 205) and leave a message.
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