Stormwater summit in Shelburne

It is an issue that may, Town Manager Joe Colangelo said, be one of the biggest challenges Shelburne faces during the next five years. The issue, which impacts a broad spectrum of groups, is stormwater, and it will be the focus of a summit set to be held at the Town Offices on Sept. 22 […]

Hands to Honduras-Tela meeting

There will be a Hands to Hondouras-Tela volunteers meeting on Sunday, Oct. 2 at 5pm at the Town Office, second floor to discuss this year’s February service trip. Additional meetings are scheduled for November and January. Hands to Honduras-Tela (H2HT) will be working on many unique projects, learning about the Teleño culture, enjoying the warm […]

News from the Pierson Library

Thursday Night: The Books on Tap Book Club for men will meet at the Shelburne Tap House at 7pm to discuss “Dispatches” by Michael Herr. Drop by to join in. Knitting 4 Peace: If you knit or crochet – or would like to learn – come by the library on Saturday, Sept. 17 at 10am […]

DRB agenda

DRAFT AGENDA Town of Shelburne Development Review Board Wednesday, Sept. 21, 7pm Municipal Center Meeting Room 1 (Agenda items subject to change prior to meeting date) 1.CALL TO ORDER 2.PUBLIC COMMENT Topics not otherwise included in agenda. 3.APPROVAL OF MINUTES (7:10pm) • September 7, 2016 4.APPLICATION DR16-10 & SUB16-01 (Continued) Application by Elizabeth Smardon for […]

Archaeologist to discuss Shelburne Revolutionary War battle, Sept. 18

Archaeologist to discuss Shelburne Revolutionary War battle, Sept. 18

Ice skating on a snowy March day is hardly an unusual activity in northern Vermont, but it’s how a Revolutionary War shootout started in Shelburne, 238 years ago. It started with a group of men approaching Shelburne from Lake Champlain. Crossing on ice skates, they approached a blockhouse – a fortified building where local resident […]

Apples and more at Shelburne Orchards

Apples and more at Shelburne Orchards

It’s apple-picking season at Shelburne Orchards and the farm is in full swing. There are many varieties of apples available for picking. You can also pick up homemade pies, apple cider vinegar, maple syrup and much more. Also, you can enter the 15th annual apple pie baking contest by signing up at Bring a […]

Shelburne Players needs volunteers

Shelburne Players will be presenting the play “Rumors” by Neil Simon, and they need a few more volunteers to help out with selling tickets, selling refreshments, ushering and baking. Show dates are: Friday, Sept. 23:        7:30pm Saturday, Sept. 24:    7:30pm Sunday, Sept. 25:        2:00pm Thursday, Sept. 29:    7:30pm Friday, Sept. 30:        […]

Parks and rec news

Teen Yoga for Beginners at Yoga Roots: Bring a friend and join us for this awesome yoga practice designed especially for you as a teen. Explore the magic of yoga, breath and relaxation while developing skills to clarify your mind for greater listening and focus. No prior yoga experience necessary. The registration deadline is Friday, […]

Colleen Haag’s retirement celebration tonight at the Pizzagalli Center

Colleen Haag’s retirement celebration tonight at the Pizzagalli Center

Everyone is encouraged to drop by Colleen Haag’s retirement celebration tonight at Shelburne Museum’s Pizzagalli Center from 4-7pm. There will be a more formal recognition ceremony starting at 5:45pm. One of the organizations that Haag has been actively involved with is the Shelburne Food Shelf. Attendees are requested to bring canned donations for the Food […]