People of all ages are invited to paint collaborative designs at Johnson’s weekly Tuesday Night Live event. Last week, Prince tribute band Purple played, and people dined from a colorful collection of food trucks and the Johnson Historical Society’s popular pie and hot dog tent. Tuesday Nigh…

Doggie Days, held Saturday in Morrisville, included a 2-mile walk organized by Justice for Dogs that started at the Manosh building in the plaza and ended at Deb’s Place. Participants included the Morristown Police Department K-9 unit, Officer Jason Luneau and his dog Viper.

The boardwalk at Barnes Camp beckons invitingly into the wilderness surrounding Smugglers Notch. The 5-foot-wide boardwalk allows people in wheelchairs to experience some of the views the Long Trail has to offer, and makes for safer passage for hikers who previously had to walk a small secti…

The 17th annual Waterbury Arts Fest, held last weekend, transformed Stowe Street and Bidwell Lane into a pedestrian-only arts hub and celebration of community spirit — with nearly 90 artists and vendors — for about 32 hours. Visitors packed the streets for Friday’s block party, dancing to tu…

The tiny town of Belvidere, population 348, kicked off its 34th Rattling Brook Bluegrass festival June 16, nearly tripling the town’s fulltime head count. Close to 1,000 people pitched tents and blankets, rolled in coolers of cold drinks and danced in front of the stage at the Belvidere ball…