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.
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.
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.
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 nation’s oldest Minor League Baseball ballpark in Burlington will host the most inspiring event in Vermont this summer. A grateful nation will never forget those that paid a heavy price for freedom.
Charlotte Central School’s Parent Teacher Organization will host the 11th Annual Champ Run on Sunday, June 9.
Meet the winners of the Vermont Eagle’s 2013 Grand Prize: Patty Murray and Melissa Sullivan.
Vermont Winery Passport includes vineyards, wineries, meaderies
New, northern-born grape varieties—crosses between rugged American and tasty European grapes—are transforming some of Vermont's former farmscapes into vineyards, with wineries springing up amid the vines.
At Hawk Hill Guns & Tackle in Brandon
One of Vermont’s most unusual custom-made antique firearms is on display—and for sale—at Hawk Hill Guns and Tackle in Brandon. The shop is located at 590 Franklin St. (U.S. Route 7) next to the American Legion Post.
The Vermont Lake Monsters team is in the final stages of renovations to the University of Vermont's historic Centennial Field that include permanent seating in the grandstand areas along with new field level seating, dugouts and bullpens, the New York-Penn League affiliate of the Oakland Athletics announced this week.
The Killington region has become the hub of the adaptive sports revolution in New England. Thanks to new technologies and therapies, disabled skiers and other sports enthusiasts of all ages come to the Killington area to enjoy the outdoors year round—and in many cases, the seams between mainstream and adaptive sports are becoming less visible to participants. And that’s a good thing for everyone involved.
Pocock Rocks Music Festival and Street Fair returns for its fifth year Saturday, June 1, 4-8 p.m. Bristol's Main Street will be rocking with music, food and fun. The event is sponsored by the Bristol Downtown Community Partnership.
Okemo Mountain Resort’s Springhouse Pool and Fitness Center, located at Jackson Gore, will welcome the start of summer with an open house Friday, June 21.