2017 Shelburne Village Dog Park calendars available

2017 Shelburne Village Dog Park calendars available

The 2017 Shelburne Village Dog Park calendars are available for sale for $10. This is the organization’s major fundraiser of the year. The calendar features photos of local pups who had their pictures submitted for inclusion in the calendar. The following businesses are stocking the calendars: Ark Veterinary, Danform Shoes, Parks and Recreation Office, Pet… Read More »

Tree celebration at Shelburne Beach

Tree celebration at Shelburne Beach

Late last year, the Shelburne Parks and Recreation Committee approached the Shelburne Tree Advisory Committee about addressing the health of the trees at the beach, and whether some needed to be removed. The Parks and Recreation Committee asked for recommendations on the types of tree species to plant and which locations were conducive, based on… Read More »

A parade so fun it’s scary in Shelburne Oct. 30

A parade so fun it’s scary in Shelburne Oct. 30

On Sunday, Oct. 30, Charlotte Shelburne Rotary’s annual Halloween Parade will form on Church Street in Shelburne. The parade that has been a tradition for local children (and their parents and grandparents) for more than 40 years. The parade, which begins at 2pm, is an opportunity for youngsters to show off their creative, scary, beautiful,… Read More »

Busy summer with the Cub Scouts

Busy summer with the Cub Scouts

by David Buley, Pack 607 Committee Chair A fun-filled summer program capped an adventure-filled year for Cub Scout Pack 607. Scouts from Shelburne, Charlotte, and Ferrisburgh completed a Mount Philo hike and picnic in June, a camporee at Camp Abnaki, and a special visit to the Shelburne Museum in early July, and attended Camp Sunrise… Read More »

Birds love Vermont maple syrup!

Birds love Vermont maple syrup!

Steve Hagenbuch, Audubon Vermont conservation biologist If there was one word to describe this winter, unpredictable would be a good choice. Although Vermont can’t seem to buy a good ol’ fashion snowstorm and the temperatures are all over the map, one thing we can be assured of is another excellent crop of the world’s best… Read More »

Community Solar Array projects on the rise

Community Solar Array projects on the rise

SunCommon of Waterbury Center will build a one-acre solar array on Hinesburg resident Marilyn Brown’s property at 534 Fletcher Farm Road. The Hinesburg Planning Commission reviewed the project on Nov. 25 and voted 6-0 in support of the array that will serve about 30 Vermont households. “We feel the size and scale of the proposed… Read More »

Troop 602 off to a roaring start

Troop 602 off to a roaring start

Shelburne Boy Scout Troop 602 began the 2015-16 season with a five-day, 50-mile Adirondack paddle from Long Lake along the Raquette River to Tupper Lake in August. In September, the troop was invited to act as color guard for the dedication of the Shelburne Veterans’ Memorial. This month, the boys returned to the Adirondacks where… Read More »

Kim Frigault: A lifetime of love for dogs

Kim Frigault: A lifetime of love for dogs

When she was eight years old, Kim Frigault walked by what was then called a “dog pound” on her way home from school. Heartbroken at the sight of the dogs stuck behind bars, she freed the animals when she thought nobody was looking. The town constable caught her and took her home where she was… Read More »