An annual event, hosted by Calvary Bible Church of Rutland—as well as several local businesses—is fast becoming a much anticipated family oriented, community wide event.
With the Lake Champlain Bridge landscape restoration project on the verge of completion, Chimney Point State Historic Site and Crown Point State Historic Site will together host a unique New York–Vermont afternoon of learning about preservation and restoration, June 30.
Ludlow Library book discussion on Thursday, June 27
For its June book discussion, the Friends of the Fletcher Memorial Library in Ludlow will discuss Adeline Yen Mah's "Falling Leaves" Thursday, June 27, at 7 p.m.
Volunteers of CVAA, the Champlain Valley Agency for the Aging, are providing low-impact, joint-safe activities for seniors age 50 and over.
Vacation Bible School starts in Castleton
Fellowship Bible Church, located one mile north of the four corners on Route 30 in Castleton will be hosting their annual Vacation Bible School beginning on Monday, June 24 and running through Friday, June 28.
The 2013 Middlebury Arts Walk season continues with the season’s second event taking place on Friday, June 14.
Few of us get to realize our life’s dreams before the final curtain call, but for former Middlebury resident Molly Brady, 34, the journey is just as important as actually achieving the prize—and it should be a lot fun all along the way.
The milkman's on his way at the Sheldon Museum in Middlebury
When I was a lad growing up in the Lehigh Valley of Pennsylvania during the early 1960s, I remember the Freeman’s Dairy milkman making his neighborhood rounds driving a nifty, red Divco stepvan with quaint little bifolding side access doors.
The National Audubon Society has named Peter H. Ross of Jericho vice president and executive director for its Vermont state office, Audubon Vermont, effective June 11. Ross will lead and implement conservation goals and strategies in the state and will expand the geographic reach of Audubon Vermont’s programs across the state and the region.
Public event at Charlotte Town Hall, June 17
The Vermont Agency of Natural Resources is updating its plans for the long range management of popular Mt. Philo State Park.
Rutland resident Damon Pelkey, owner of D.T. Speedi-Lube & Car Wash on U.S. Route 7, next to Rosie’s Restaurant in Middlebury, doesn’t only fix new and antique cars, he also collects them—as does the greater Pelkey family.
At 8 a.m. June 9, runners of all ages and abilities joined to run races of various different lengths to support the fight against cardiovascular disease. The various races included a downtown mile fun run, a 5K, a 10K, and a half marathon.
Supporters of the Paramount Theater of Rutland, Vermont gathered June 6 for the presentation of what is being billed as the theater’s “most exciting season to date.”
The 48th Annual Starksboro Flea Market and Bake Sale will be held Saturday, June 15, 8 a.m.-2 p.m. at the Jerusalem Schoolhouse on Jerusalem Road in South Starksboro.
The 30-voice Granville Area Chorus of New York will prsent its annual spring concert on Sunday, June 16, at 3 p.m. in the South Granville Congregational Church on Route 149.