Rachel Ahari: skin detective

Rachel Ahari: skin detective

By Julia Howe Sullivan Rachel Ahari is bright, enthusiastic, highly-educated, and full of drive. She also happens to be the only Master Aesthetician in the entire state of Vermont. With over 1,500 hours of medical aesthetic training and professional experience in both clinical dermatology and plastic surgery practices throughout New England, she recently opened be.Skin… Read More »

SCS PTO partners with local businesses for fundraisers: Shopping Shelburne benefits school and businesses

Are you tired of being asked to purchase wrapping paper and gifts on an annual basis? Fear not, instead of the wrapping paper fundraiser townspeople have come to expect, the Shelburne Community School’s PTO will try something new this year called Shelburne Community Days. Once a month, the PTO will partner with a local business… Read More »

An uplifting read

An uplifting read

A young reader takes a break from perusing the thousands of books at the Friends of the Pierson Library Book Sale on Saturday, Oct. 11. This year’s event marked the 50th anniversary of the sale, and also coincided with the Shelburne Fire Department’s Pancake Breakfast. The library collects books year round to prepare for the… Read More »

VBM honors Shelburne’s rising business star Colleen Parker

VBM honors Shelburne’s rising business star Colleen Parker

Vermont Business Magazine (VBM) will honor 40 of Vermont’s most accomplished young leaders including Shelburne resident Colleen Parker, at the Rising Stars Ceremony on Thursday, Nov. 6 at the DoubleTree Hotel in South Burlington at 5:30pm. “We are thrilled…to recognize these up-and-coming leaders,” said VBM Publisher John Boutin. “We received over 150 outstanding nominations, the… Read More »

Do the Monster Bash Oct. 24

Do the Monster Bash Oct. 24

The fifth annual Monster Bash, the signature fundraiser for the Mahana Magic Foundation, is on Oct. 24 at Charlotte’s Old Lantern. “This fantastic evening of costumes and dancing has grown to be one of the more popular events of the year,” says Cliff Deetjen, Chair of the foundation. All money raised goes directly to helping… 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 »

Shelburne’s Garlieb launches book

Shelburne’s Garlieb launches book

Shelburne poet Malisa Garlieb, above, launched her debut collection, “Handing Out Applies in Eden,” at the Karma Bird House last Thursday evening, Sept. 18, in Burlington. Weaving story, movement, and the arts into academic lessons, Garlieb currently teaches elementary grades, from the alphabet to algebra, at the Lake Champlain Waldorf School in town. Her poems… Read More »

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