Library News

Friday morning:  Homeschoolers are invited to a discussion of either the Red Clover award nominated book “The Day the Crayons Quit” (for grades K-3) or the Dorothy Canfield Fisher contender “The Great Trouble” by Deborah Hopkinson (for grades 4-8) at 10:30am on Oct. 10.  No registration necessary. Refreshments will be served. 50th Annual Friends of… Read More »

DRB Draft Agenda

Development Review Board Draft Agenda Wednesday, Oct. 15, 7pm Municipal Center Meeting Room 1 Call to Order Public Comment Topics not otherwise included in agenda. Design Review Application(s) Application SP07-03R3 (Continued) Application by Derek Hellyer, on behalf of 3310 Shelburne Road Properties LLC, for a site plan amendment to include high impact lighting review (§1975).… Read More »

Pierson Library Book Sale celebrates 50 years: Pancake breakfast coincides with annual event

Pierson Library Book Sale celebrates 50 years: Pancake breakfast coincides with annual event

Preparations are well in hand for the 50th Annual Pierson Library Book Sale and the Shelburne Fire Department Pancake Breakfast next weekend. The Book Sale will be held Saturday, Oct. 11 from 9am-5pm and Sunday, Oct. 12 from 10am-3:30pm at the Shelburne Town Center Gym. The Pancake Breakfast will also be held on Saturday, Oct. 11… Read More »

Shelburne church hosts traditional Vermont dining experience

Shelburne church hosts traditional Vermont dining experience

There’s still time to attend Shelburne United Methodist Church’s Old Fashioned Harvest Dinner on Saturday, Oct. 4. The annual chicken dinner is a Vermont tradition that brings together a friendly collection of locals and visitors who swap stories over a hearty homemade meal. The Harvest Dinner includes chicken and gravy, biscuits, mashed potatoes, maple squash,… Read More »

Selectboard talks telecommunication towers, solar array, dog parks, and stormwater

By Heather McKim The Shelburne Selectboard focused on getting a “seat at the table” when it comes to the unregulated proliferation of telecommunication towers and facilities at its Sept. 23 meeting. The Board members sought to gain that seat through proposed amendments to the town’s comprehensive plan. The meeting provided the stage for the second… Read More »

A sign of fall

Dedicated Shelburne resident Grace Pinney has found a home for 65 leaf people during foliage season. The leaf people family, above, welcomes customers to TD Bank in town. A big thanks goes out to Grace for all the hard work she puts into these wonderful fall fixtures!

Safety Spot

By Jim Buell, 2nd Assistant Chief, Shelburne Fire Department Fire Prevention Week Smoke detectors are critically important as your first line of defense if a fire started in your home. Some homes have hard wired ones which are tied into an alarm system, some have battery operated ones that provide an alert to the homeowner… Read More »

Local Democratic committees host candidate meet and greet Tuesday, Oct. 7, 6:30pm, Town Tavern in Shelburne

The Shelburne, Charlotte, and South Burlington Democratic Committees will co-sponsor a meet and greet the candidate’s event, giving members of the community the opportunity to meet and talk informally with Chittenden County Democratic candidates for State Senate.  It is expected that each candidate will say a few words, but spend the majority of the evening… Read More »

Hands to Honduras-Tela hosts volunteer meeting

Learn about the Vermont Hands to Honduras-Tela (H2H-Tela) program and its 2015 service projects at a volunteer meeting on Sunday, Oct. 5 at 5pm at the Shelburne Town Offices on the second floor. The main project will be construction of a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. While the foundation is nearly complete, other working projects include… Read More »