SNS Open House March 23

SNS Open House March 23

Students from Shelburne Nursery School had fun making hot cocoa mugs out of clay in a community collaboration with the Shelburne Craft School last week. The nursery school will host an Open House on Monday, March 23 from 10 to 11:30am in Shelburne for anyone interested in 3-year old and 4-year old programs. For more… Read More »

Mater Christi announces science fair winners

Mater Christi announces science fair winners

Mark Pendergrass and the Mater Christi School six, seventh, and eighth graders spent several weeks preparing for the school’s science fair which took place on Feb. 20. During the week before that date, 13 individuals from IBM, Allscripts Healthcare Solutions, UVM, St. Michael’s College and Oxford University (England) generously donated their time as judges and… Read More »

CVU hosts Chittenden County’s Spring College Fair

The 15th Annual Spring College Fair at Champlain Valley Union (CVU) High School in Hinesburg is happening on Monday, March 30, from 11:30am to 1:30pm. One hundred and twenty college representatives from across the New England, mid-Atlantic, and Midwest regions will be available to speak with both students and parents. Spring is the perfect time… Read More »

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Clarkson University, Potsdam, N.Y. James Boehm of Shelburne received a Master of Science degree in engineering management from Clarkson University on Dec. 31, 2014. Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md. Shelburne resident Laura Supple, who is studying environmental engineering and sustainability, has been named to the university’s Dean’s List for the fall 2014 semester. She was… Read More »

CVU renews quest for Scholars’ Bowl crown

The Vermont-NEA Scholars’ Bowl will crown the state’s high school academic champion at the University of Vermont’s Ira Allen Lecture Hall in Burlington on Saturday, March 28. Champlain Valley Union (CVU) High School is among the 13 schools that have qualified to compete for the title and an all-expenses-paid trip to a national tournament in… Read More »

The Nile Project performs at Middlebury College April 2

The Nile Project performs at Middlebury College April 2

The Nile Project, a musical collaborative of East African artists drawn from the 11 countries touching the world’s longest river, will visit the Middlebury College community March 30 through April 3. The project uses music to raise awareness for the Nile basin’s sustainability challenges. During four days of residency activities including participatory workshops, keynote talks,… Read More »

Shelburne family hosts Young Tradition Vermont benefit concert March 27th

Shelburne family hosts Young Tradition Vermont benefit concert March 27th

Alison and Joplin James have partnered with Young Tradition Vermont (YTV) to present a Coffeehouse House Concert on Friday, March 27 from 6-9pm at their home, 338 Thompson Road, in Shelburne. Part of the Treewild series, this concert features performances by Hana Zara, Karen Krajacic, Cricket Blue, Addie Herbert, and Eric George. Dinner, dessert, wine,… Read More »

Local artists brings home award

Local artists brings home award

Shelburne artist Athenia Schinto participated in an all member Connecticut Pastel Society (CPS) exhibit held at Gallery 53 in Meriden, Conn. Her painting “Wine Country” received a CPS Award of Merit. The show lasts through March 28. In Shelburne her work can be seen at the Luxton-Jones Gallery.

Bizmap: what’s next?

The Town of Shelburne recently compiled a map of local businesses, non-profits and corporations. Last week, Planning Commissioner Ann Hogan organized a meeting with a number of Shelburne business leaders as a follow-up to the completion of the “BizMap,” as it is called. The goal was to develop a questionnaire to solicit feedback from local… Read More »