On Friday, May 19 at noon, The Ladies of the Lake Red Hats met in the beautiful dining room of the new The Residence at Quarry Hill, on Quarry Hill Road in South Burlington. The facility is bright, airy, and welcoming to guests. The food was fresh and delicious, and service was superb. For information… Read More »
Come one, come all! We are looking for graduates from CVU High School’s class of 1972. We are having a class reunion on Saturday, July 15, 3-8pm at Cedar Knoll Country Club. We will be serving light fare. Golf is available for anyone wanting to partake. Please RSVP to Gary Shepard at firstname.lastname@example.org, Nancy Lyman… Read More »
Bikes & Paths Committee 3rd Monday, 7pm in MR 2 Cemetery Commission 3rd Thursday, 7pm in the Staff Room Development Review Board 1st and 3rd Wednesdays, 7pm in MR 1 Dog Park Committee 1st Monday, 6pm in MR 2 Ethics Committee 3rd Thursday, 8:30am in MR 1 or 2 Historic Preservation and Design Review Committee… Read More »
Selectboard meeting May 23 The Selectboard’s May 23 meeting featured a presentation by UVM economics professor Seguino on her “Driving While Black and Brown” study (which will be highlighted in next week’s paper), the Village Dog Park, the wastewater budget, and a discussion about the Library Building Project. The Development Review Board’s CBC (Commissions, Boards… Read More »
Shelburne’s Donald Condon is the featured speaker for Shelburne’s Memorial Day Ceremony on Monday, May 29 at 11am at the Veterans Memorial. In addition, the Boy Scouts will be participating in the ceremony by passing out the programs, presenting the colors, and leading the salute to the flag. The Shelburne Community School Wind Ensemble will… Read More »
A crew from the Travel Channel visited Shelburne’s Vermont Artisan Village last weekend as part of a ‘must see’ segment for visitors coming to the Burlington area. Here the crew is filming Bijou Chocolates owner Kevin Toohey at his shop at the Village. The segment is due to air in late June.
Kwiniaska Golf Club is open for the season and touting new features such as Yamaha golf carts with covers, online tee time booking, and 18-hole walking green fees at $32.The nine-hole rate after 4pm is $25 for walking and $37 for riding.
Fiber Arts Friday. Join library volunteer Sally Kalinoski on Friday, May 26 at 3:30pm for an afternoon of tea, knitting, crocheting, quilting, or any other fiber arts project you may be working on. Poetry around Town. Join Shelburne poet laureate Rick Bessette on Friday, May 26 at 3pm on the deck of the Ticonderoga at… Read More »
As the Shelburne Farmers Market prepares to begin its 12th season on the Parade Ground in the heart of Shelburne, there is a lot to celebrate: it has grown through the years, and it continues to add new products, new vendors, and new services, but its original goal remains true: to benefit the economy of… Read More »
The Shelburne Food Shelf, in collaboration with the Shelburne Community School and local business and faith communities, is providing breakfast and lunch during the summer for Shelburne children who normally get free meals during the school year. The program is modeled on similar programs in other Vermont towns. It provides a week’s worth of breakfast… Read More »