Teeny-tiny house to fund much larger dream

Teeny-tiny house to fund much larger dream

The peacock-blue house sits atop a trailer at the end of a wooded driveway in Shelburne. The cedar shingle roof curves down in a sloping eave around an arched doorway, and walls with live-edge siding. What sets this house apart from others isn’t just the attractive detailing or the bright color; it’s the size. Dubbed… Read More »

What’s your watermark? Documentary film comes to Shelburne

What’s your watermark? Documentary film comes to Shelburne

The Shelburne Natural Resources and Conservation Committee, the Shelburne Planning Commission, and the Pierson Library are teaming up to present a screening and discussion of the documentary film “What’s Your Watermark?” next Tuesday at Shelburne Town Hall. “What’s Your Watermark?” is the brainchild of Jen Fleckenstein and Steve Parker of Clear Water Filtration, a water… Read More »

New brochure allows for self-guided tours in Shelburne

New brochure allows for self-guided tours in Shelburne

The Shelburne Tree Advisory Committee has a new brochure that allows readers to take a self-guided walking tour through of a portion of Shelburne Village. Walkers can discover many special trees and historic buildings that are a part of the town’s landscape. The brochure is called “Let’s Take a Walk! Exploring the Cultural Landscape in… Read More »

Turn our town teal: ribbon campaign raises awareness of ovarian cancer

Turn our town teal: ribbon campaign raises awareness of ovarian cancer

This September, for National Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month, teal ribbons will adorn trees in towns and villages all across the United States, including in Shelburne, Charlotte and Hinesburg. These colorful, biodegradable ribbons are part of a campaign to raise awareness about ovarian cancer and its frequently undetected symptoms. Melody Danaher of Hinesburg is the local… Read More »

Local student completes internship with Shelburne Parks and Rec

Shelburne resident Matthew Maynard completed his college internship requirement this summer by working for Shelburne Parks and Recreation Department. Maynard is a member of Colby-Sawyer College Class of 2018, where he is majoring in Sports Management. Colby-Sawyer’s internship program gives students the opportunity to complete field experiences designed to provide them with a learning opportunity… Read More »

Sugarbush Polo Fall Classic to take place next weekend

Sugarbush Polo Fall Classic to take place next weekend

Shelburne’s own Sugarbush Polo Club’s Fall Classic benefit game will take place on Saturday, Sept. 10 at 1pm. The field address for the game is 929 Shelburne-Hinesburg Road in Shelburne. The Sugarbush Polo Club, which was founded in 1962, is the oldest polo club in Vermont. The game of polo is an ancient sport that… Read More »

Shelburne Fire Dept.’s 75th Anniversary Parade on Saturday

Shelburne Fire Dept.’s 75th Anniversary Parade on Saturday

Shelburne’s firetruck parade is coming up this Saturday, Aug. 27 at 2pm. The parade honors the 75th anniversary of the Shelburne Fire Department, and will feature fire engines from Shelburne, Charlotte, Hinesburg, Essex, Ferrisburgh, Colchester and other neighboring towns. Also in the parade will be the Shelburne Police, Shelburne EMS, and the Shelburne Boy Scouts.… Read More »