Shelburne Orchards hosts “Bee Here Now” festival

Shelburne Orchards hosts “Bee Here Now” festival

It’s easy to overlook bees, but in fact they play an incredibly important role in our local ecosystems. To honor these fuzzy pollinators, Shelburne Orchards is holding their first ever “Bee Here Now” festival on Saturday, Oct. 4 from 10am-2pm. It will be a great opportunity to learn about the role of bees in the… Read More »

Shelburne Chocolatier to attend prestigious school opening

Shelburne Chocolatier to attend prestigious school opening

Kevin Toohey, Chocolatier and managing partner of Studio Cacao Chocolatier of Shelburne, was chosen to attend the grand opening of L’École du Grand Chocolat in Brooklyn, N.Y. L’École is a training school operated by the prestigious French chocolate company Valrhona. They have schools of the same name in France, Japan, and now the USA. Toohey… Read More »

PC Construction, Red Cross partner to help ensure preparedness: Ready 365 donation first of its kind in region

PC Construction, Red Cross partner to help ensure preparedness: Ready 365 donation first of its kind in region

September is National Preparedness Month and the perfect time to welcome and thank PC Construction for stepping forward to become the first partner to engage with the Vermont & the New Hampshire Upper Valley American Red Cross as a Ready 365 member. “Through a generous gift of $10,000, PC Construction has both demonstrated a commitment… Read More »

Share the Harvest benefits NOFA on Oct. 2

What if there was a way to help both local farmers and families in need of quality food?  The Northeast Organic Farming Association of Vermont (NOFA-VT) bags both birds with one stone with their 20th annual Share the Harvest fundraising event. On Thursday, Oct. 2, restaurants and food stores all over Vermont will donate a… Read More »

11th Annual Walk for Wishes Raises $130,000 for Make-A-Wish Vermont

On September 14th, Make-A-Wish Vermont raised over $130,000 for wishes in their 11th annual Walk for Wishes at the Shelburne Museum. Hundreds of people joined together to help raise awareness and funds for Vermont children living with life-threatening medical conditions, and local businesses and volunteers donated goods and services to the event. Leslie Williams, CEO… Read More »

When is it time to make portfolio changes?

When is it time to make portfolio changes?

The kids are back at school and summer vacations are now just fading memories, so it must be autumn. But the seasons don’t just move on the calendar, they also change in your life. And, speaking of changes, you’ll have to make many of them as you move through the years, and that includes changes… Read More »

Young entrepreneurs at the Farmers Market

Young entrepreneurs at the Farmers Market

Junior entrepreneurs brought their wares to the Shelburne Farmers Market on Saturday, Sept. 6, participating in the annual Kids Day at the market. Market Manager Tod Whitaker says, “Kids Day is a chance for the young people of our community to practice their marketing skills, and maybe make a little cash.” The young marketers are… Read More »

Twincraft Skincare welcomes community

Twincraft Skincare welcomes community

Oct. 3 has been designated as National Manufacturing Day by the Fabricators and Manufacturers Association International. Vermont Governor Shumlin has taken it one step further and declared October as Manufacturing “Month” in Vermont. The purpose of the designations are to generate more interest in the manufacturing segment of the economy and to draw attention to… Read More »

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