Philo Ridge Farm hosts Farm to Ballet

Philo Ridge Farm hosts Farm to Ballet

Once again, Farm to Ballet ushers in another season, using grass in place of a wooden stage. The yearly dance program kicks off July 16 at Charlotte’s Philo Ridge Farm, the first of seven statewide performances. The dancers have rehearsed for months and will be accompanied by a string sextet playing Vivaldi. With the mission… Read More »

Book Review by Kathleen McKinley Harris

Book Review by Kathleen McKinley Harris

“Upon Us Rests the Burden” I just finished Dan Cole’s “Upon Us Rests the Burden: The Civil War Experience of a Small Vermont Town”, a book of 448 pages of meticulously researched text. When I bought my copy from the author, he smiled and said, “And this is volume one.” Dan began his research into… Read More »

Bliss is Coach of the Year

Bliss is Coach of the Year

For as long as he can remember, Scott Bliss has been a sports fanatic. The Champlain Valley Union High School coach brings that enthusiasm to his work with the cross country team, and that recently won him recognition as the Burlington Free Press’s Coach of the Year. Bliss’ experience in coaching started early. He went… Read More »

Kudos

University of Colorado, Boulder Colorado Madison Wetmiller of Shelburne was named to the dean’s list for the spring 2016 semester. University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware Elspeth Grasso of Shelburne was named to the dean’s list for the spring 2016 semester. Roger Williams University, Bristol, RI Greer Storey of Shelburne was named to the dean’s list… Read More »

Planning agenda

AGENDA SHELBURNE PLANNING COMMISSION Thursday, July 14, 6:00pm **Note special start time** Meeting Room 1, Shelburne Municipal Center, 5420 Shelburne Road 1. CALL TO ORDER (6:00pm) 2. ORIENTATION AND TRAINING SESSION RELATING TO ‘ENVISION TOMORROW’ SPREADSHEET (6:01pm) •Staff-led session to build awareness and understanding of development impact tool created for the Town by Crane Associates… Read More »

Colleen Haag retiring

After almost thirty-four years of serving the residents of the Town of Shelburne as your town clerk, it is time for me to move on. I honestly hate to leave but I told myself long ago that if I ever reached the point where I did not feel that I could serve the people who… Read More »

Selectboard addresses paths, fire trucks

Tuesday’s meeting was the second hearing on amendments to the town’s Comprehensive Plan to replace the current priority paths and sidewalk maps with new ones and to add texts and maps responding to statutory requirements governing designated village centers. Selectboard members split the matter into two parts and voted in favor of adding texts and… Read More »