Five events not to miss in Windham County this weekend
The Hundred Dresses: Is saying nothing to a bully as bad as being the bully yourself? The Junior Company of New England Youth Theatre explores these issues and more through play based on Eleanor Estes' book. Performances Fridays at 7 p.m. and Saturdays at 2 and 7 p.m. at NEYT, 100 Flat St. Tickets $13 adults, $12 seniors, $10 students. More: neyt.org
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Barnstar: Bluegrass supergroup featuring some of Boston's best musicians and songwriters, including Mark Erelli (guitar), Jake Armerding (fiddle), Taylor Armerding (mandolin) and Charlie Rose (banjo), performs at 8 p.m. Friday at The Stone Church, 210 Main St., Brattleboro. Tickets $18-$20. More: stonechurchvt.com.
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Winter Sunshine: Sandglass Theater's series of delightful puppet shows for young audiences continues with "The Fairy Circus" by Tanglewood Marionettes at 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. on Saturday. Recommended for ages 3 and up. Tickets $9 at sandglasstheater.org or at the door at 17 Kimball Hill, Putney.
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Folk double bill: Contemporary folk singer/songwriters May Erlewine and Clayton Sabine perform at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at Next Stage Arts Project. Erlewine writes music of substance that feels both fresh and soulfully familiar; Brattleboro- based Sabine is known for his powerfully and intimately performed songs, rich with wit and pathos. Tickets $20 advance at nextstagearts.org, $24 at the door at 15 Kimball Hill, Putney.
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Jenna Rice and Emily Lyons: Singer-songwriters co-headline at Stage 33 Live at 7 p.m. Sunday. Rice's lyrics on life, love, and loss are carried by her honest, haunting vocals and down-to-earth guitar, while Lyons returns to the scene of raves for an earlier opening performance. Suggested donation $10 at the door, at 33 Bridge St., Bellows Falls. More: stage33live.com
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