Shelburne Parks & Rec News

Shelburne Halloween Parade and activities Sunday, Oct. 27 It’s time to get your float ready for the annual Shelburne Halloween parade presented by Charlotte-Shelburne Rotary. ​Floats will line up at the Shopping Park at 12:45 p.m. for the 2 p.m. parade. Stay for more fun ​activities after the parade in the Town Center Gym and… Read More »

News from Pierson Library

Second Wednesdays at the Pierson starting up next week From October through May, there will be a new marquee program at the renovated 1927 town hall every second Wednesday of the month at 7 p.m. The first program will be Wednesday, Oct. 9, at which Odale Cress will present the Care Package Story Project. All… Read More »

Shelburne Tree Committee update

Shelburne Tree Committee update

Have you seen the signs stapled onto various trees along roads, in the Parade Ground, at the Town Center? These are tags identifying the tree as an ash tree. Why is this being done? You may have heard of the emerald ash borer. This emerald ash borer is infesting ash trees throughout the country and… Read More »

Series offers advice on preserving family history in digital archive

The Shelburne Historical Society is offering a series of workshops to help individuals and historical societies navigate the digital archiving world and preserve the past for future generations. Through discussion, sharing of practical knowledge and hands-on work, participants will learn the latest methods to maintain your valuable memories in a digital world. The workshops cover… Read More »

Shelburne Police Log

Aug. 31 2:10 a.m. On Mt. Philo Road, an officer stopped Jason Shattie of Charlotte, age 40, for a traffic violation. He was taken into the police station and charged with driving under the influence and cited to appear in Vermont Superior Court, Criminal Division. 12:07 p.m. An individual came into the police station to… Read More »

Kunin’s legacy

Kunin’s legacy

The Vermont Natural Resources Council presented the Arthur Gibb Award for Individual Leadership to former governor of Vermont Madeleine Kunin Sept. 12 at Shelburne Farms. During her tenure as governor (1985-1991), Kunin established the Vermont Housing and Conservation Board, founded the Commission on Vermont’s Future and mentored countless environmental leaders. “We can thank Gov. Kunin… Read More »

Shelburne Food Shelf holds annual meeting

On Wednesday, Sept. 18, 45 people involved and interested in the Shelburne Food Shelf attended the annual meeting. Chair of the Food Shelf Board of Directors Susan Stock reported on the food shelf’s activities and accomplishments over the last year, while attendees enjoyed a vegetable lasagna dinner provided by Cucina Antica. Stock reported that the… Read More »

Moscow immersion

Moscow immersion

Madeline Sawyer studied in Russia for six weeks over the summer, having been awarded a full merit-based scholarship from the U.S. Department of State. Sawyer, 17, is a senior at Rice Memorial High School and Shelburne resident. She was part of a group of 14 high school students from across the U.S. who served as… Read More »