Playwright and Shelburne native Greg Pierce’s “Slowgirl” will be brought to life by the Vermont Stage Company at the FlynnSpace in Burlington on March 11-29. The show will be directed by acclaimed teaching artist Robin Fawcett and stars Lake Champlain Waldorf High School senior Gianna Kiehl of Shelburne and seasoned local actor Paul Schnabel. “Slowgirl,”… Read More »
Concert pianist Paul Orgel of Shelburne will perform a Faculty Piano Recital on Sunday, March 1 at 3pm at The University of Vermont (UVM) Recital Hall, Redstone Campus, 384 South Prospect Street in Burlington. The performance is free and open to the public. Orgel’s recital celebrates his 60th birthday, 15 years teaching on UVM’s Music… Read More »
This document was provided the the Shelburne News by Shelburne Community School Board member Katharine Stockman on Tuesday, Feb. 24 via email. It contains the scope of work covered in the proposed $11.2M bond to be presented to voters on Town Meeting Day.
by Gov. Peter Shumlin Too often the news we hear focuses on the controversy over what we don’t agree on. As we work to put together a difficult budget that matches Montpelier’s appetite for spending with Vermonters ability to pay and other legislation that helps make this state a more affordable place to live, work,… Read More »
Thursday, Feb. 26, 6pm Shelburne Municipal Center Meeting Room 1 Call to Order Approval of Agenda Commissioner Questions and Comments Work Session Continued Discussion of Form Based Zoning Proposal Approval of Minutes Feb. 12, 2015 Open to the Public Limited individual comment on subjects not included on agenda. Proposed Amendments to Zoning Bylaw Continuation of… Read More »
By Sheri Duff Chef Courtney Contos, owner of Contos Kitchen & Store (CCKS), was surprised when advance copies of Food & Wine Magazine’s March issue arrived at the store on the afternoon of Tuesday, Feb. 10. There on the cover was a photo of her Tacos al Pastor. Yet that appearance on the cover wasn’t… Read More »
Freezing temperatures did not keep the standing room only crowd away from the Shelburne Historical Society’s (SHS) gathering at the Town Offices on Friday evening, Feb. 13. The planned event began with the election of officers of the newly revived SHS and concluded with a discussion by Christopher Sabick of the Lake Champlain Maritime Museum… Read More »
Update on education By Rep. Kate Webb Peter Drucker, the world-renowned management consultant and educator, once said “Culture eats strategy for breakfast.” As we look to restructuring education funding, governance, and proficiency, Drucker’s words ring true. Our sense of community and culture here in Vermont is intimately tied to our local schools, and anything that… Read More »
Randy and Anna Rowland of Shelburne and Scott Rowland, formerly of Shelburne and now of Massachusetts, helped provide fluoride treatments to a group of children at the Las Palmas School during the Hands to Honduras-Tela humanitarian service trip this month.
By Heather McKim The Shelburne Selectboard’s Feb. 10 meeting started early so members could go into executive session to consider possible litigation. Once the public portion of the meeting got underway, members faced a number of agenda items, including a public hearing for proposed amendments to zoning regulations and a discussion with State Representatives Joan… Read More »