Financial Fitness: Scarcity and opportunity

Financial Fitness: Scarcity and opportunity

If you play fantasy football, you probably understand the economic principle of scarcity. Generally, there are a limited number of draft picks participants can use to maximize the talent on their teams. So, it’s essential to know which positions and players offer the greatest value. If there are a lot of great quarterbacks and defenses… Read More »

Danform and Dansko reward top customer

Danform and Dansko reward top customer

Shelburne resident Katie Halsey bought 17 pairs of clogs in the past year. Given her enthusiasm for the comfortable and stylish footwear, it wasn’t difficult to persuade her to attend the annual Dansko Trunk Show on Saturday morning at Danform Shoes in Shelburne. One call to the Dansko clog enthusiast from Danform store manager Kadie… Read More »

Automaster installs electric charging station, solar array

Automaster installs electric charging station, solar array

The Automaster recently completed the installation of 36 roof-mounted solar panels and a dual-port electric car charging station at their MINI of Burlington dealership on Champlain Drive in Shelburne. The array and EV charger were made possible in part by a grant from Green Mountain Power. The DC fast charging station can bring an electric… Read More »

Recap on Shelburne Orchards’ buzzy weekend

Recap on Shelburne Orchards’ buzzy weekend

By Megan Humphrey On a day when bees would be happier in their hives, folks weathered the rain at Shelburne Orchards on Saturday to hear from local experts about the importance of bees in food production. Native bee researcher Anna Beauchemin explained a variety of native pollinators, how they eat, where they live, and why… Read More »

Shelburne Orchards announces Pie Fest winners

Shelburne Orchards announces Pie Fest winners

Shelburne Orchards held their 13th Annual Pie Fest Sunday, Sept. 28.  There were over 25 delectable apple pies displayed around the copper apple brandy still in the Cider House, but only four pies were left standing at the end of the day.  Judges Charlie Nardozzi (local gardening expert and foodie), Tom Roden (baker), and Peter… Read More »

VNA welcomes two Shelburne residents to new board positions

VNA welcomes two Shelburne residents to new board positions

The Visiting Nurse Association (VNA) of Chittenden and Grand Isle Counties announced the appointment of three new members and elected new officers to the VNA Board of Directors at their Fall Annual Board Retreat. Joe Hameline III of Shelburne is one of the three newly appointed board members. Hameline is Senior Vice President of Hameline… Read More »

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 »

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