Pie for breakfast? Absolutely!

Pie for breakfast? Absolutely!

A sunny Saturday morning and the promise of all the pie you could eat for $5 per person proved to be the perfect recipe to attract a big crowd of happy families on Saturday. People from all over the Shelburne-Hinesburg-Charlotte area came to Shelburne Vineyard for the first annual Charlotte Shelburne Hinesburg Rotary Pie for… Read More »

Animal licensing due April 1

Spring is here! It’s wonderful to see life bursting from the ground. And it’s also wonderful to see everyone when you come in to license your pets. To have a little fun while adhering to our State requirements, we are holding our third annual Shelburne Cat and Dog of the Year award. We display your… Read More »

Library fundraiser at Shelburne Field House

An “inside/outside” concert will be held at the Shelburne Field House to benefit the Shelburne Library and celebrate Earth Hour on Saturday, March 30, from 8 to 11:30 p.m. The show will feature two Shelburne-based bands, Swale and The Nancy Druids. The show will be out on the athletic field so there is room for… Read More »

Looking up to their heroes

Looking up to their heroes

The Shelburne Police were out and about last week. Officers Bob Lake and Dan Eickenberg visited Puddle Jumpers Childcare and talked to the kids about their work. Uniforms were the style of the day and the kids were in full regalia for the event.

Multi-generational love story

Multi-generational love story

“On Golden Pond,” the stage version of the Oscar-winning film starring Henry Fonda and Katherine Hepburn, opens March 21 at the Town Hall Theater in Middlebury. A production of Poor Lost Circus Performers, the play features local actors Craig Bailey of Shelburne and Benjamin Fox of Charlotte and tells the story of Ethel and Norman… Read More »

Jordan skis home for NCAAs

Jordan skis home for NCAAs

By LAUREN READ Sports Correspondent In last week’s NCAA Ski Championships, Saint Michael’s skier Colby Jordan had a unique leg up on the competition: he was skiing at home. Jordan, a Charlotte native and four-year skier at the Mount Mansfield Winter Academy, competed for the Purple Knights at the 2019 NCAA Ski Championships from March… Read More »

Trinity Episcopal Church offers Lenten study programs

Trinity Episcopal Church, at 5171 Shelburne Road, is offering two Lenten study programs. During its “Space for Grace” adult formation hour, 9:30 to 10:15 a.m., the church is offering a six-week discussion, “The Mystic Path of Meditation – Beginning a Christ-Centered Journey” by David Cole. This book serves as a general introduction to the practice… Read More »

Taxes done for free

If your household income is less than $54,000 annually, then you probably qualify to have your taxes done for free through the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Program at Champlain Valley Office of Economic Opportunity (CVOEO). Check the CVOEO Website at www.cvoeo.org to confirm eligibility, and to learn what to bring to your tax appointment.… Read More »

Kudos for CVU

Kudos to CVU, Candy Padula and the students involved in “The Laramie Project.” I commend you on your courage for putting this marginalized community front and center. I also congratulate you for the amazing skill and talent that was displayed in performing such an intense and emotionally jarring production. CVU has taken a big step… Read More »

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