CycleNation seeks teams

CycleNation seeks teams

The first CycleNation event in the Green Mountain State takes place Aug. 15 at Waterfront Park in Burlington. Teams are wanted for the American Heart Association’s relay-style, stationary cycling fundraiser. Sarah Voigt Pritchard is the chair of Vermont’s first CycleNation event. She shared that her stepfather first experienced heart problems at the age of 40,… Read More »

Parks & Rec News

Shelburne Parks and Recreation 24th Annual Summer Concert Series Join us at Shelburne Farms, on Wednesday, July 24, for a great show from Steve Hartmann and his captivating vocals. Set up your lawn chair and blanket, bring a picnic dinner or enjoy food from Shelburne Farms’ concession stand and The Scoop ice cream truck. Kids will love visiting with the animals… Read More »

Flynn Garden Tour comes to town

Flynn Garden Tour comes to town

Shelburne was this year’s destination for the 23rd annual Flynn Garden Tour held Sunday, July 14 – a fundraiser for the Flynn Center for the Performing Arts. More than 450 ticket holders visited six private gardens, heard talks, vied for raffle prizes, and strolled and picnicked in the gardens. Many finished off the day at… Read More »

Teen suicide prevention row-a-thon raises $18,000

Teen suicide prevention row-a-thon raises $18,000

Community from around Vermont and New England gathered at the Lake Champlain Maritime Museum on Saturday, June 29, to raise money and awareness for teen suicide prevention. This first “Hope for TomorROW” row-a-thon was a collaboration between Project HOePpnEr and the Lake Champlain Maritime Museum in honor of Paul Hoeppner, a Hinesburg resident and Champlain Valley… Read More »

Protecting Lake Champlain at Shelburne Community School

Protecting Lake Champlain at Shelburne Community School

Kate Kelly and Marty Illick (Lewis Creek Association) Jessica Louisos (Milone & MacBroom, Inc.) Shelburne Community School, Lewis Creek Association, and the town of Shelburne have partnered to actively improve water quality of stormwater running off the school property and flowing to Lake Champlain. Following the last day of school, a bioretention area, also known… Read More »

Mount Philo Road closed Thursday-Friday

As work continues on the sewer line project in Shelburne village, Mount Philo Road will be closed during daytime work hours Thursday and Friday, July 11-12. Shelburne Water Quality Superintendent Chris Robinson said the closure will allow for the installation of a sewer line crossing. Excavation will be between Bacon Drive and Littlefield Drive. Traffic… Read More »

Playing for Good in Charlotte

Playing for Good in Charlotte

The Charlotte Congregational Church, 403 Church Hill Road, invites the community to celebrate summer Sunday, July 14, 5 p.m., with a program of chamber music presented by the six-member ensemble Playing for Good. The professional ensemble is dedicated to supporting non-profits through the power of music. Their program will feature works by Haydn, Shostakovich, Philip… Read More »

Mobil mural

Mobil mural

Grace Wilson paints a mural at Village Mobil in Shelburne. Village Mobil manager Josh Rodolfy said he thought the mural would be a fun way to attract attention to the creemee window on the south side of the building. Wilson said this is the first mural she has painted, previously focusing on smaller projects. The… Read More »

News from Pierson Library

Construction update Rain or shine, construction continues. The curb cut at Route 7 is complete and the sidewalks have now been poured. The re-paving of the parking lot will not occur until mid-July to allow heavy equipment to continue to access the project without damaging the new pavement. The construction fencing has come down to allow… Read More »

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