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What are Subject Tests? By Sarah Soule Area high school students are typically quite familiar with the PSAT, PLAN, ACT, and SAT. However they are not often as familiar with the College Board’s Subject Tests. Offered in October, November, December, January, March, May, and June, the tests focus on five academic subject areas: math, world… Read More »

Shelburne Little League offers softball pitching clinics

The Shelburne Little League Softball Committee will be holding free pitching clinics for softball players league ages 8 to 12 in January to give players a chance for extra pitching practice and one-on-one instruction prior to the start of the 2015 season. League age is defined as a players age as of Dec. 31, 2014 (i.e. if… Read More »

Redhawk Recap

Redhawk Recap

Redhawks win Beech Tourney’s consolation game Rice defeated Champlain Valley 2-1 in the opening round of the Beech Tournament at Leddy Park on Thursday, Dec. 11. Elliott Mitchell netted the equalizer for the Redhawks with assists from Tyler Brooks and Owen McCuin in the first period. Greg Talbert and Ty Parker combined for 16 saves… Read More »

James Taylor performs New Year’s Eve benefit concert in Stowe

James Taylor performs New Year’s Eve benefit concert in Stowe

Legendary singer James Taylor will perform Dec. 31 in a special concert to benefit the Spruce Peak Performing Arts Center located at Stowe Mountain Resort in Vermont. The five-time Grammy Award winning singer/songwriter returns to Vermont for an intimate New Year’s Eve concert beginning at 8:30pm. Taylor will be joined by members of his band, including… Read More »

Shelburne church celebrates “The Third Day after Christmas . . .”

The Shelburne United Methodist Church invites community members to a celebration of music and art on Sunday, Dec. 28. The day will begin with a special Christmas service at 9:30am featuring the music of John Rutter. This noted English composer has arranged many familiar and original carols. The congregation will join in singing several English… Read More »

Put your New Year’s plans to bed: Attend Burlington’s First Night

Put your New Year’s plans to bed: Attend Burlington’s First Night

Burlington’s First Night celebration will take place in over 20 venues throughout downtown. Its mission is to bring the community together with an accessible, substance-free, multicultural New Year’s Eve celebration centered on the arts. The 32nd edition of First Night Burlington on Dec. 31 will feature fireworks, a parade, and stellar performances by Kat Wright… Read More »

Local musician performs “Solstice Songs” this Sunday

Local musician performs “Solstice Songs” this Sunday

Shelburne musician Dawna Hammers will present “Solstice Songs” on Sunday, Dec. 21 at 3pm at the old Shelburne Town Hall. Local singer, songwriter, recording artist and music teacher Hammers will perform many wonderful original and cover songs as well as some holiday favorites on keyboard, guitar, dulcimer, and hand drums. The entire community is invited to… Read More »