Open water swim benefits LCC this Sunday

Starting from the foothills of the Adirondack Mountains, at the Old Dock in the quaint town of Essex, N.Y. across Lake Champlain to the Charlotte public beach in the town of Charlotte, approximately 15 swimmers, age 18 years and older, including Shelburne resident Tocher Mittchel, will participate in an open water swim on Sunday, Sept.… Read More »

First Sarah Ramsey Strong 5K planned Oct. 4

The first ever Sarah Ramsey Strong 5K will be held Saturday, Oct. 4 at 4pm at Champlain College Miller Center on Lakeside Avenue in Burlington. The run will benefit the Sarah Ramsey Strong Fund, a non-profit organization created by Sarah’s family and friends to benefit the Sarah Ramsey ’12 Strong Scholarship Fund at Champlain College… Read More »

Parks and Rec News

Call 985-9551 for program and registration information or visit www.shelburnevt.org/departments/40.html. The Fall & Winter Program Brochure is available now: Look for the insert in this week’s edition, Sept. 4, of the Shelburne News. Residents can also pick up a copy at the office or find it on the website. Fall Golf Clinic: Mike Bailey, Kwiniaska’s… Read More »

Milestones

Milestones

Engagement Lindberg-Knox Kathryn Boardman and Toby Knox of Shelburne are pleased to announce the engagement of their son, Andrew Gordon Knox, to Catherine Gardner Lindberg, daughter of Scott Lindberg and the late Leslie Lindberg of Clarendon Hills, Ill. Knox is a graduate of Hobart and William Smith Colleges and is Manager of Redemption at Groupon… Read More »

Shelburne Museum offers American painting symposium

Shelburne Museum offers American painting symposium

Vermont’s world-renowned Shelburne Museum will highlight its acclaimed collection of American paintings with a special, full-day symposium on Saturday, Sept. 20 including tours of the museum’s installation of American paintings (Painting A Nation: American Art at Shelburne Museum), discussions, and lectures. Noted scholars participating in the day’s discussions and gallery tours include Carol Troyen, the… Read More »

Vermont Stage Company’s 21st season announced, collaboration with Shelburne native Greg Pierce continues

Vermont Stage Company’s 21st season announced, collaboration with Shelburne native Greg Pierce continues

Vermont Stage Company will celebrate its 21st season as Burlington’s premier professional theatre company with an inspired selection of notable new plays. “Last season we took a look back as we celebrated our 20th Anniversary. Now we charge into our next 20 years by delivering the best in cutting-edge contemporary American playwriting. This season includes… Read More »

Dancing cheek-to-cheek goes Latin

By Sheri Duff Start with Hands to Honduras-Tela’s (H2H-Tela) tireless chair Linda Gilbert and her husband, Al. Add a Dominican-born Alejandro Torrens, leader of the 10-piece Latin band Alejandro & Grupo Sabor. Mix well with H2H-Tela’s experienced event planners Dave Jonah, Lois Knapp, Renee Davitt, and Margo Plank, and the finishing touches on the Latin… Read More »

Lake Monster for a day

Ten-year-old Mira Filion of Shelburne signed a one-day promotional contract as a player for the Little Lake Monsters Community All Stars last Friday afternoon at FreePressMedia Innovation Center in Burlington. After the signing, Filion was given a custom Lake Monster uniform with her last name printed on the back and a baseball cap before answering… Read More »

SCS welcomes students

The first day of school for Shelburne students, kindergarten through eighth grade, was Wednesday, Aug. 27. Above, three generations welcome in the new school year. Kay Boyce stands with her daughter, special educator Annie Dunn, and Annie’s daughter Riley, a kindergartener at SCS. For more back to school photos, please visit the Shelburne News Facebook… Read More »