Pierson Library News

Shelburne Plays To celebrate International Tabletop Day and the last Family Game Club of the season, the library hosts a day of gaming for all ages on Saturday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. in the historic Town Hall. Free games raffle, food/pizza, and tons of games to play. Story Time with Patrice. Even our… Read More »

Tree-invigorating

Tree-invigorating

Photo by Grant Urie Matthew Parker of Teachers Tree Service uses an air spade during root invigoration work last week on an ash tree at the Shelburne parade ground. The effort was part of a project funded by a Caring for Canopy grant awarded to Shelburne last year.

Construction projects keep local volunteers building in Honduras

Editor’s note: For 14 years, volunteers with Hands to Honduras Tela have traveled to Tela, Honduras for service projects that have included constructing school classrooms and medical buildings; they led health screening clinics and delivered school, medical and athletic supplies. In February 46 volunteers made the trip. They were mostly from Chittenden County (especially Shelburne… Read More »

Shelburne woman charged with reckless driving on Spear Street

A Shelburne woman, who police said was driving recklessly trying to get to work during morning rush-hour traffic, is facing a charge of negligent operation of a motor vehicle along Spear Street. According to South Burlington Police, Brittany Borja, 30, was dressed in her hospital scrubs when intercepted at the University of Vermont Medical Center Monday morning. After… Read More »

Shelburne Police, Fire & Rescue

April 7-13 Total incidents reported: 110 Traffic violations: 50 Miscellaneous complaints: 4 Medical calls to retirement communities: 9 Medical calls with patients taken to the hospital: 3 Directed patrols: 6 False fire alarms: 4 Burglar alarms: 2 Car crash reports, no injuries: 2 April 7: 11:40 a.m. Police found a dog running loose on Falls… Read More »

‘Dixie Swim Club’ is a Southern breeze

‘Dixie Swim Club’ is a Southern breeze

By Rosalyn Graham The foundation of theater is our human experience told in stories — happy, sad or tragic, translated into comedies, tragedies or even musicals by talented playwrights, and shared with audiences by talented actors and actresses. “Dixie Swim Club,” presented by Shelburne Players on the Shelburne Town Center stage last weekend and continuing… Read More »

Shelburne man recognized for service to the Red Cross

Shelburne man recognized for service to the Red Cross

The American Red Cross and Co-Operative Insurance Companies recently honored several local volunteers with their “Everyday Heroes Awards,” including Gerald “Jed” Hornung of Shelburne. The awards are given each year across the country as the Red Cross honors people who personify the mission of service in local communities. Hornung has been volunteering for the American… Read More »

Senior citizen lunch May 7 in Shelburne

A Senior Citizen Luncheon will be held Monday, May 7, at the Shelburne Town Offices. Attendees must be 60 or over. Check in is at 11 a.m. and lunch is served at noon. The luncheon features good food and an opportunity to meet new friends and learn about Age Well services. Lunch costs $5 and reservations are required. For more information… Read More »