Good Food Truck visits Harbor Place

Parents need time and money to put healthy, well-prepared food on the table. Locally-sourced food delivered to the door would be any working mother’s dream. Especially those who are food insecure. Chittenden Emergency Food Shelf is making that dream come true for some. While many Vermonters are struggling, the food shelf is getting creative in… Read More »

Bond Auto Parts raises over $30,000 for local food shelves

Bond Auto Parts raises over $30,000 for local food shelves

Vermont-based company, Bond Auto Parts, Inc., created a fundraising mission during the holiday season and raised $30,525 for local food shelves across its network of stores. Food shelves across the region are typically hit hard during the holiday season and the money raised can go to purchasing food to replenish their shelves or help run their programs. Bond Auto’s… Read More »

Big haul for Shelburne food drive

Big haul for Shelburne food drive

Chiropractic For Kids & Adults in Shelburne held its third annual food drive on Monday, Nov. 17.  “So happy and overwhelmed by the generosity and big hearts of our patients. Thanks for making this our biggest food drive ever,” shared Dr. Stephen Brandon and Dr. Shelly Crombach, “A total of 734 pounds of food was donated… Read More »

Ark Veterinary Hospital launches food drive for the four-legged; Need for pet food goes up in down economy

Ark Veterinary Hospital launches food drive for the four-legged; Need for pet food goes up in down economy

Ark Veterinary Hospital in Shelburne is once again organizing a pet food drive for the month of December. As in the past, Ark makes it easy for people to donate food to help local pet owners in need this holiday season by asking people in the community to purchase $5, $10, or $20 bags of cat or dog food in their office to be… Read More »


COMMUNITY BURLINGTON Burlington City Arts Holiday Artist Market Dec. 14-15: Two-day market offers shoppers on Church Street the opportunity to purchase handmade gifts created by local artists. Hours are 4-8 p.m. on the 14th; 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on the 15th. Contois Auditorium, 149 Church St. Chabad of Vermont Chanukah events • Dec. 7:… Read More »

Shelburne Halloween Parade and activities Oct. 28

The annual Shelburne Halloween Parade, presented by the Charlotte Shelburne Hinesburg Rotary, begins at 2 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 28. Floats will line up at Shelburne Shopping Park at 12:45 p.m. The fun continues until 4:30 p.m. with trick-or-treating, carnival games, and a costume contest sponsored by Pierson Library in the Town Center Gym. Bring a canned-food donation for… Read More »

Parks & Rec News

See all Fall and Winter programs and events online at or in the 2018 Fall/Winter brochure. After School Fitness Program Registration deadline is Friday for this program for kids in grades 5-8. Join instructor Nick Mead right after school to for conditioning with a focus on core, strength, agility, flexibility and cardiovascular fitness. Based on the… Read More »

Yoga studio takes root in new Williston space

CORRECTION: This item is updated from the print edition to note that this is a second location for Yoga Roots.  Yoga Roots yoga studio has opened a second studio in Kismet Place in Williston’s Blair Park, where it will continue its donation yoga classes. An early effort already has raised $500, split between the Williston… Read More »

Selectboard gifting raises questions

In an attempt to create a nice surprise going-away gift for outgoing Town Manager Joe Colangelo, the Shelburne Selectboard recently voted to repay Selectboard member Dr. Colleen Parker $700 for buying a pair of Red Sox-Yankees tickets for him. Colangelo, a Yankees fan, was Shelburne’s town manager for four years before leaving to become manager… Read More »

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