News from the Pierson Library

Legopalooza Week! Looking for something fun to do during school vacation? Stop into the library any day from Tuesday through Friday, Dec. 27-30, to build Lego-tastic items using the library’s entire collection of Legos. Enter your creations to win prizes for most creative all-terrain vehicle, most creative North Pole workshop, and more! One-on-one Genealogy Help.… Read More »

Holiday Services

Shelburne United Methodist 30 Church Street, Shelburne, 985-3981 December 24 6pm Family Service 9pm Traditional Candle Light Service December 25 9:30am with Communion New Year’s Day: 9:30am with Communion Trinity Episcopal Church 5171 Shelburne Road, Shelburne, 985-2269 December 24 4-5pm Christmas Eve Pageant with Holy Eucharist 8-9pm Christmas Eve Lessons and Carols with Holy Eucharist… Read More »

Parks and recreation news

Shelburne Recreation Holiday Office Hours: The office will be closed at noon Friday, Dec. 23 through Monday, Dec. 26 and again on Monday Jan. 2, 2017. We wish everyone a happy and healthy holiday season! We have enjoyed working with you and your families throughout the past year and are looking forward to more fun… Read More »

Meetings in town

The Town Offices will be closed on Monday, Dec. 26 for the Christmas holiday. Development Review Board – 1st and 3rd Wednesdays 7pm in MR 1 Dog Park Committee – 1st Monday 6pm MR 2 Selectboard – 2nd and 4th Tuesdays at 7pm in MR 1 (Dec. meetings will be on the 13th & 20th)… Read More »

Town public safety log – Dec 10 to Dec 16

As submitted by the Shelburne Police Department Saturday, December 10 09:07 Found Property SHELBURNE RD, Shelburne Walk-in dropped off a cell phone and wallet he found in the area.  The property was returned to the owner. 09:46 Vandalism SYCAMORE ST, Shelburne Caller reported her residence was vandalized.  Vandalism report was taken and the case is pending additional leads. 11:51 Agency… Read More »

Toys for Kids barrels ready for donations

Toys for Kids barrels ready for donations

The Marine Corps League of Vermont, along with hundreds of business and volunteers, help with the state’s largest toy collection for needy kids. Red barrels with white snowflakes on them are out at locations around the area for toy donations, as are mini coin barrels to collect pocket change. Each barrel has a monitor assigned… Read More »

DRB holds hearing on Kwiniaska development

DRB holds hearing on Kwiniaska development

Several townspeople attended the Development Review Board meeting on Dec. 7 to hear about the revised plan for the creation of 91 homes on the Kwiniaska property on the west side of Spear Street. Chris Snyder of Snyder Custom Homes, the developer of the property, presented the revised sketch plan, noting that several changes had… Read More »