Arts, entertainment events spring up

We’ve traded our winter coats for spring coats, put our snow shovels away, though not too far away in case a spring snow surprise awaits us. Otherwise, we’re moving into warmer weather and the out-and-about-ness the thaw inspires.

Not everything we do “out,” however, needs to be outside. In the month before summer-concert season starts to peek its head out of its hibernation cave, Vermont has all sorts of indoor arts-and-entertainment events to welcome us this April. And with the intensity of COVID-19 moderating for now (and hopefully forever) and some venues loosening masking and vaccination requirements to enter, getting “out” is easier than it’s been in months.

Here are some of the events enticing us to go out, and come in, this April:

INGLEWOOD, CALIFORNIA - MARCH 02: Bonnie Raitt performs onstage during Billboard Women in Music 2022 at YouTube Theater on March 02, 2022 in Inglewood, California. (Photo by Emma McIntyre/Getty Images for Billboard) ORG XMIT: 775777170 ORIG FILE ID: 1377045246

Cartoons and Comic Art

Through April 24, an exhibit that opened March 20, “Cartoons and Comic Art” by members of the Vermont Comic Creators Group and featuring items from the antique cartoon collection of Robert Brunelle, continues at the Emile A Gruppe Gallery, Jericho. Free.

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