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GREENSBORO — This winter, Highland Center for the Arts presents homegrown events for everyone in the family. From fine fiddling to favorite holiday traditions on the Main Stage, to movie night escapes in the Performance Studio, there’s always something happening at Highland Center for the Arts that brings joy and laughter to the Vermont winter.

Brady Rainville poses in his slice of pie hat before the second annual Turkey Trot sponsored by Cafe’ Lotti in E. Burke to benefit H.O.P.E. (Helping Other People Everyday). The run was on Thanksgiving morning, stepping off at 8:30 a.m. in 1-degree weather. (Photo by Amy Ash Nixon)

BURLINGTON, VT — A free Teen Science Café on Nov. 10 will introduce students in grades 7-12 to Geographic Information Systems, or GIS, and how it is used to manage, analyze and communicate scientific data through maps.