Shelburne Players readies for spring production Auditions planned for Dec. 9-11

Shelburne Players readies for spring production Auditions planned for Dec. 9-11

While Shelburne Players just completed its two-week run of “Wait Until Dark” this fall, the local community theater company is already preparing for auditions. This spring, Shelburne Players will perform “Calendar Girls” on the Shelburne Town Center stage, with performances planned for April 9-12 and April 16-19. Auditions are scheduled for Dec. 9, 10, and… Read More »

Shop Shelburne with Sadie

Shop Shelburne with Sadie

by Sadie Williams Black Friday generally brings to mind visions of trampled shoppers, extensive lines, and frantic faces scanning aisles for long gone hot ticket gift items. But it doesn’t need to be that way. If you shop locally on the Friday and Saturday after Thanksgiving, you’ll get the same discounts but in a much… Read More »

Local athletes named to All-State, Coaches All-League teams

Champlain Valley Union (CVU) seniors Richard Baccei, Max Brown, and Patrick McCue were named to the D-I boys soccer All State Team and Coaches All Metro First Team. Cooper O’Connell was named to the Coaches All-Metro Second Team and Oscar Kelly received an Honorable Mention. On the girls side Shelburne resident and Rice Memorial High… Read More »

Provost steps down as CVU head football coach

Provost steps down as CVU head football coach

By Mal Boright When the Champlain Valley Union High football team opens the 2015 season, there will be a new coach in charge for the fourth time in the program’s 10-year history. Jim Provost recently announced that he is putting away his clipboard and whistle after seven years as the chieftain of the gridiron Redhawks… Read More »

Parks and Rec

Happy Thanksgiving from Shelburne Parks and Recreation! We are thankful for being part of such a vibrant community. Shelburne’s Annual Tree Lighting and singing! Friday, Dec. 5 on the Village Green: Mark your calendars for this annual holiday event. The night begins with singing at 5:45pm on the Village Green followed by the lighting of the town tree and… Read More »

Milestones

Milestones

Deaths Jules Coté – Essex Jules Coté, 78, of Essex passed away on Monday, Nov. 17, 2014, at the Vermont Respite House in Williston. He was born Sept.10, 1936 in Asbestos, Quebec, son of Raoul and Marie-Anna Coté. Jules graduated from Dartmouth College in 1960, and Boston University with a Masters Degree in 1965. Jules… Read More »

‘Tis the season to safeguard your identity

The hustle and bustle of the holiday season is an exciting time. But from the crowded malls to the big online markdowns, a silent threat lurks – one with the ability to wipe out your good financial standing and make it a not-so-jolly holiday for you and your family. Just as you would assess your… Read More »

VCAB reviews infant deaths, issues report to State

The following press release was sent out by Lynn Bruce of the Department for Children and Families (DCF) this morning.   For Immediate Release: November 21, 2014 For More Information: Acting AHS Secretary Harry Chen at (802) 871-3009 or 871-3008 and DCF Commissioner Ken Schatz at (802) 871-3385 or 871-3390. Acting AHS Secretary Harry Chen… Read More »

Shopping Shelburne with Sadie

Shopping Shelburne with Sadie

By Sadie Williams The holiday season, for all its promise of comfort and cheer, offers up a dizzying paradox. While visions of relaxing by the fire with family and friends or zipping through the snow on weekend adventures gives this time of year a sense of chilly excitement, the more sober reality is that the… Read More »

“Wait Until Dark” receives rave reviews

“Wait Until Dark” receives rave reviews

by Margery Sharp The media often numbs us to the reality of crime, bodily harm, and disaster. Playgoers will find the Shelburne Players’ production of “Wait Until Dark” by Frederick Knott a compelling representation of a crime ably directed and staged by Adam Cunningham. Although written in the sixties, last week’s opening night performance held… Read More »