Hinesburg Nursery School hosts Waffle Breakfast this Saturday, silent auction, sleigh rides, and more featured at annual event

Hinesburg Nursery School hosts Waffle Breakfast this Saturday, silent auction, sleigh rides, and more featured at annual event

Plan to attend the Hinesburg Nursery School’s 17th Annual Waffle Breakfast and Silent Auction on Saturday, Feb. 7 from 8am-11am in the Hinesburg Community School cafeteria. Everyone is encouraged to enjoy a hearty breakfast of waffles complete with Vermont maple syrup, strawberries, and whipped cream, served with sides of bacon, bagels, fruit, and more. After… Read More »

“Dunkin’ Donors Make a Difference” Blood Drive campaign extended, give blood at Charlotte Senior Center Feb. 12

For the first time in eight years, the American Red Cross and Dunkin’ Donuts extended the “Dunkin’ Donors Make a Difference” campaign to Feb. 15 to allow more Red Cross blood and platelet donors to participate. Because of recent storms and inclement weather, many blood drives were cancelled and thousands of donations went uncollected. Despite… Read More »

Carpenter-Carse Library screens “Some Like it Hot”

Carpenter-Carse Library screens “Some Like it Hot”

Just in time for Valentine’s Day, the adult Film Discussion Group will screen “Some Like It Hot,” a favorite vintage classic movie. Make plans to join the group on Tuesday, Feb. 10 at 6:30pm for this free event with complementary popcorn. Larry Parker, former Associate of the Savoy Theater and the Green Mountain Film Festival, will… Read More »

Word in the House: Microbeads and education

By Rep. Mike Yantachka Now that we are a few weeks into the session, the 14 committees of the House of Representatives have settled into their main work: taking testimony on bills and on the Administration’s initiatives. A bill’s main sponsor as well as interested parties, administration staff, lobbying organizations and interested private citizens are… Read More »

It’s time to renew your dog license

State law and Town ordinances require residents to annually register dogs. Licenses are available as of Jan. 1 through April 1 at the Town Clerks Office. The cost is $8 for spayed/neutered dogs and $12 for intact males/females (a late fee applies after April 1). Please provide a current rabies vaccination certificate which can be… Read More »

It’s Girl Scout Cookie time

It’s Girl Scout Cookie time

Local Girl Scouts are now taking orders for Girl Scout Cookies to be delivered in early March. There are seven varieties which sell for $4 a box; all of the proceeds support local Girl Scouts and programs. A new gluten-free option, available in limited quantities, is the buttery Toffee-tastic at $5 box. This annual program… Read More »