ASIG joins Preach-In on Climate Change this Sunday

ASIG joins Preach-In on Climate Change this Sunday

Although the weather outside is frightful, Vermonters are experiencing an old fashioned winter that offers plenty of snow shoveling, slippery and challenging driving, boots, and warm coats. We’re used to that. Boston is buried in six feet of snow from the two largest recorded snowstorms since the Civil War – it’s unprecedented. Wild weather is… Read More »

Vermont Day School brings students into the world of 21st century learning

By Chea Waters Evans The phrase “21st century education” might bring to mind images of kids sitting alone hunched over their computers, but that couldn’t be farther from reality. It turns out that this concept means bright, colorful classrooms, beanbag chairs, active kids, lots of project-based learning…and of course, technology. Local educator and mother of… Read More »

Shelburne architect honored for energy saving renovation by Efficiency Vermont

Shelburne architect honored for energy saving renovation by Efficiency Vermont

Pill-Maharam Architects of Shelburne has received a “Best of the Best” award for energy efficient commercial renovation from Efficiency Vermont at its annual Better Buildings by Design conference in Burlington on Feb. 4. The firm was honored for its innovative transformation of an historic Shelburne residential property into a high-performance office space for two businesses.… Read More »

The Chinese New Year

The Chinese New Year

Celebrate with Chef Leu’s House There’s no need to brave complicated recipes or travel too far from home to celebrate the Chinese New Year. Chef Leu’s in Shelburne will be serving up a few delicious specials that are sure to bring you, or your taste buds, good luck and happiness. Lucky Golden Balls: Deep fried… Read More »

Announcements

Paul Bohne comes out of retirement again There’s no rest for the weary. After a six-month stint as interim general manager of the Chittenden County Transportation Authority, Paul Bohne is employed again. Recently hired as the interim Town Manager for Milton, Bohne began his official tenure on Thursday, Jan. 29. He is expected to hold… Read More »

Shelburne Museum’s Pizzagalli Center recognized with Hobson Award

Shelburne Museum’s Pizzagalli Center recognized with Hobson Award

Ann Beha Architects was awarded The Hobson for the firm’s work on Shelburne Museum’s Pizzagalli Center for Art and Education at the annual Boston Society of Architects (BSA) Design Awards Gala on Thursday, Jan. 29. The Hobson is an Honor Award, the highest level of distinction, named for Henry Hobson Richardson, the famous Massachusetts architect… Read More »

SCS Board holds community forum on 11.2 million bond, Feb. 10 Opportunity for public to learn about potential renovations

The Shelburne Community School (SCS) Board will host a community forum on Tuesday, Feb. 10 at 7pm for all interested citizens to learn about and discuss the specifics of the $11.2 million bond (Article VI) on the March 3 ballot. The evening will begin with a presentation by members of the facilities committee that proposed… Read More »