Open-air yoga for a cause

Open-air yoga for a cause

by Eileen O’Grady Yoga Roots of Shelburne is taking advantage of the lovely Vermont weather and bringing yoga outside with an innovative open-air yoga program called Karma Yoga. Participants will be able to stretch and breathe while they raise money for two local charities, the Shelburne Food Shelf and the Charlotte recreation scholarship. The first… Read More »

Bike & Pedestrian Paths Committee presents updated plan

Bike & Pedestrian Paths Committee presents updated plan

At the June 14 Selectboard meeting the Bike & Pedestrian Paths Committee (BPPC) presented updated sidewalk, bike and pedestrian maps. The maps, which had been discussed at the Planning Commission’s March 10 meeting, will replace two existing maps within Shelburne’s Comprehensive Plan: Priority Paths and Sidewalks, and Priority Sidewalks and Crosswalks (Conceptual Location). The updated… Read More »

Venezuelan group visits Shelburne’s town offices as part of professional exchange program

Venezuelan group visits Shelburne’s town offices as part of professional exchange program

On Friday, Shelburne’s town offices were the setting for an international visit. A group of visitors from Venezuela met with Town Manager Joe Colangelo as part of a project called “Addressing the Needs of Underserved and At-Risk Youth.” The stop in Shelburne allowed for them to learn more about student membership on Committees, Boards and… Read More »

Grandma Moses: American Modern on view this summer at Shelburne Museum

Grandma Moses: American Modern on view this summer at Shelburne Museum

  By Erin Barnaby, Shelburne Museum Grandma Moses: American Modern takes a new look at this iconic artist through a modernist lens. Co-organized with Bennington Museum in Vermont, the exhibition showcases more than 60 paintings, works on paper, and related materials by Moses alongside work by other 19th- and 20th-century folk and modern artists. Grandma… Read More »

Notable Neighbors

Notable Neighbors

Zach Harmon has toured the world, playing drums in countries as far afield as India, Japan, South Korea and Vietnam, but in 2015 he and his girlfriend decided to settle in Shelburne. The long-time player of improvised music has already integrated himself into the community and the local music scene. Harmon comes from a family… Read More »

Congrats to CVU Class of 2016

Congrats to CVU Class of 2016

Shelburne Community School Class of 2020 graduates 91 students Friends and family packed the school gym at the Shelburne Community School last Thursday June 9, 2016 to watch 91 eighth graders graduate. Principal Allan Miller kicked off the graduation, followed by the debut of next year’s Wind Ensemble playing Pomp and Circumstance. Student Council members… Read More »