Montpelier’s holiday decorations have stepped up a notch this year, with a collaboration between Montpelier Alive and students at the Digital Media Arts program at the Central Vermont Career Center in Barre. If you find yourself crossing the Langdon Street bridge after 5 p.m., you might catch the series of holiday-themed animations projected onto buildings over the river. The seven-minute show loops continuously and features dozens of original animations that celebrate central Vermont and the many holidays celebrated locally. The show is visible from the Langdon Street bridge in Montpelier nightly from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. through the end of the year. “This is a true community effort, and it was a joy to work with local students to bring their budding artistic talent to our downtown,” said Montpelier Alive Executive Director Dan Groberg. “We were excited to help Montpelier Alive spread winter cheer and showcase our students’ artwork,” said Matthew Binginot, teacher in the Digital Media Arts Program. “The students hope you enjoy their work and invite you to check out more of their work at https://cvccdigitalmediaarts.com”The Holiday Projection Show is part of the Community Projection Project presented by Montpelier Alive and the city of Montpelier Public Art Commission with support from Gabe Lajeunesse, Financial Advisor at Edward Jones, Didi Brush, Don Marsh, and other local donors. For more information on additional holiday events in Montpelier, visit www.montpelieralive.org/holidays Montpelier Alive works with partners to sustain and build upon Montpelier’s vibrant downtown community by offering and supporting special events and activities and by promoting city businesses. The organization’s goal is to ensure a thriving local economy for Montpelier and to preserve the city’s historic character and unique sense of place.