New exhibit opens at Furchgott Sourdiffe Gallery Sept. 19

New exhibit opens at Furchgott Sourdiffe Gallery Sept. 19

Furchgott Sourdiffe Gallery is pleased to announce the opening of “Color, Light, Moments: New Landscapes and Still Life’s by Elizabeth Allen,” The exhibit opens with a public reception with the artist on Friday, Sept. 19 from 5:30-7:30pm and will run through Oct. 28. All are welcome to the reception, as well as gallery browsing during regular hours.… Read More »

Gregory Douglass Trio performance benefits Outright Vermont

Gregory Douglass Trio performance benefits Outright Vermont

The first Thursday concert series celebrated Vermont Pride Month with the Gregory Douglass Trio featuring singer/songwriter Gregory Douglass, Monique Citro on cello, and Lisa Piccirillo on vocals last Thursday  night at Shelburne Vineyard. It was a night of soulful music, food, Fiddlehead Brewing Company beer, and wine by the glass. Attendants spread out over the… Read More »

Milestones

Milestones

Anniversary Happy 60th Anniversary Pat and Doug Pierson Enjoy your Diamond Anniversary on Thursday, Sept. 11. Love, your children. Births Maria (Valiente) and Michael Mercieca of Shelburne had a baby girl, Sabine Clara, on Aug. 20 at Fletcher Allen Health Care. Deaths Carroll Hoyt Merritt – Milton Carroll Hoyt Merritt died in Northwestern Medical Center… Read More »

A seat for cell phones at the table

A seat for cell phones at the table

By Sadie Williams Some rules are set in stone, or at least, they used to be. Using a phone at the dinner table used to be taboo. If the sharp trill of the phone interrupted conversation at the table, most families let it ring, forsaking whatever telemarketer or relative was calling for the peaceful moments… Read More »

Locals Turn the Town Teal for second year

Locals Turn the Town Teal for second year

By Sheri Duff It’s the latest quandary: why are teal ribbons on display? They can be seen wrapped around lamp posts, mailboxes, and railings, but only a close inspection will yield an explanation as to their nature.  The vanilla colored text reads “Turn the Towns Teal”, and “An awareness campaign for ovarian breast cancer.” The… Read More »

Schramm wins Shelburne quiz

Schramm wins Shelburne quiz

Shelburne resident Mike Schramm of Maplewood Drive, pictured with sons Thomas and Charlie, was the winner of the Shelburne Quiz sponsored by the Shelburne Democratic Committee on Shelburne Day, Saturday, Aug. 16. Of the 22 quiz participants, only Schramm and Carole Obuchowski of Longmeadow Drive answered five of the six questions correctly. After a lottery drawing, Schramm… Read More »

Keeping up a Rotary tradition

Keeping up a Rotary tradition

By Rosalyn Graham When Evan Webster spoke at Charlotte Shelburne Rotary Club in late August, he was continuing a tradition that began in the earliest years of the Rotary organization. His talk explained the science and complexity of screen printing, the process he uses for creating t-shirts and many other printed specialty items at his… Read More »

Young entrepreneurs take over farmers market

Young entrepreneurs take over farmers market

Whether they are artistic, crafty, or blessed with a green thumb, kids don’t often get the chance to show off their products and projects to the greater community. However on Saturday, Sept. 6, the Shelburne Farmers Market will open its verdant lawns to these young entrepreneurs. Whether they’ve labored over carrots and radishes, concocted sweet… Read More »