Baseball star Will Hesslink commits to Boston College

Baseball star Will Hesslink commits to Boston College

Baseball standout Will Hesslink, a Shelburne native and upcoming senior at Rice Memorial High School in South Burlington, has committed to play baseball at Boston College. He joined the Shelburne News for an interview last week. Shelburne News: How long have you been in touch with Boston College? How long have they been recruiting you?… Read More »

Shelburne Vineyard to exhibit the photographs of Lincoln artist, Victoria Blewer

Shelburne Vineyard’s Fall art exhibit, Fall’s Call, will feature the photographs of Lincoln artist, Victoria Blewer, beginning Tuesday, Sept. 1 and hanging through the end of Nov. An Artist’s reception will be held at the Vineyard tasting room on Sunday, Sept. 15 from 2pm to 4pm where visitors can meet the artist and enjoy complementary… Read More »

Shelburne Players offer first musical production

Shelburne Players offer first musical production

Shelburne Players held their annual kick off cookout for their fall production I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change in Shelburne Sunday. This is the Players’ first musical production. Director Peter Espenshade, and Producer Gerry Lawrence, drew the winning entry for two free tickets to the musical comedy. Raffle forms were entered at the Shelburne Players’… Read More »

Remembering Korny Kapers

Remembering Korny Kapers

By Rosalyn Graham It was the greatest show in town for many years. Korny Kapers was the brain child of the Shelburne PTA who produced their first show on April 11, 1953 in the new gymnasium of the Shelburne School (translation for more recent arrivals in Shelburne – the gym of the building that is… Read More »

9th Annual Laura’s March to End Sexual Violence 5K Walk/Run

The Laura Kate Winterbottom Memorial Fund will hold its 9th annual Laura’s March to End Sexual Violence 5k Walk/Run at Oakledge Park in Burlington on Saturday, Sept. 12. To date the LKW Fund has donated nearly $130,000 to over forty different Chittenden County and­­­ Vermont-based organizations. This year’s March will raise money for the Pride… Read More »

South Tank cell tower debate

Shelburne’s Water Commission is looking to boost its budget in the face of a $422,000 price tag for upgrades and expenditures. Cell antennas attached to Shelburne’s South Tank generate approximately $100,000 in revenue each year. Where that revenue goes was the focus of a presentation by the Water Commission at the Aug. 11 meeting of… Read More »

Local youth test their entrepreneurial talents

Local youth test their entrepreneurial talents

Youth Day at Shelburne Farmers Market on the Parade Ground is a day when teens and pre-teens join the regular market vendors to offer their products to the crowd of shoppers who regularly attend the popular market. Saturday, Sept. 5, is Youth Day at Shelburne Farmers Market on the Parade Ground. Market Manager Tod Whitaker said children… Read More »

Community gathering celebrates cultures and new beginnings

Community gathering celebrates cultures and new beginnings

American dishes, along with foods from an array of cultures, spanned the length of three picnic tables at Ethan Allen Homestead in Burlington on Saturday. Jacob Bogre, of Colchester, made his rounds, taking great care to speak to every family at the Association of Africans Living in Vermont (AALV) Annual Community Gathering. More than 200… Read More »

1 66 67 68 69 70 87