Redhawks fly over Seahorses 56-6

Redhawks fly over Seahorses 56-6

By Michael Regan Champlain Valley Union (CVU) ended their two game losing streak with an impressive win over Burlington last Friday night, raising their record to 1-2. For the first three quarters of the game CVU fans were treated to the Bortnick/Lowrey show. Together the tandem of QB Andrew Bortnick and RB Richard Lowrey ran… Read More »

redhawks recap

by Sheri Duff Girls place first, boys third at Essex Invitational At the Essex Invitational on Sept. 6 the following CVU runners placed in the top 10. Girls: 2. Sophia Gorman, 6. Carly Neeld, 10. Emma Putre, Boys: 4. Tyler Marshall, 10. Elliot Eastman. Redhawks down Rebels Five Redhawks scored five goals and beat South… Read More »

Good times with Hinesburg 4-H at the Champlain Valley Fair

Good times with Hinesburg 4-H at the Champlain Valley Fair

By Hannah Cleveland The Hinesburg 4-H Club members enjoyed their days at the Champlain Valley Fair. The group had fun practicing sheep showmanship and showing sheep in the Fitting and Showmanship and Open Wool Breed shows, earning many colorful ribbons in the competitions. 4-H members met with Fiber Loft superintendent Tony Carrier to learn about wool carding… Read More »

Kelly Brush Ride raises $320K for adaptive sports, ski racing safety

Kelly Brush Ride raises $320K for adaptive sports, ski racing safety

During this year’s race, the Kelly Brush Century Ride raised $320,000 for adaptive athletic equipment for individuals with spinal cord injury (SCI) and to improve ski racing safety. Riding as teams and individuals, 724 cyclists, including 28 handcyclists, raised a record amount for the Kelly Brush Foundation’s mission to conquer the challenges of paralysis through… Read More »

Free hockey for girls

Free hockey for girls

Thanks to the Chittenden South Burlington (CSB) Hockey Association, girls ages 14 and under can give ice hockey a try Saturday, Sept. 20 from 2:20-­3:20pm at Cairns Arena Rink 1 in South Burlington. St. Michaels College women hockey players will teach the fundamentals while interested participants should bring a willingness to try a new sport… Read More »

Wynton Marsalis performs at Paramount Theatre Oct. 12

Wynton Marsalis performs at Paramount Theatre Oct. 12

Arguably the most famous jazz musician alive, trumpeter Wynton Marsalis will bring his Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra (JALCO) to the historic Paramount Theatre in downtown Rutland on Sunday, Oct. 12 for a 4pm performance. An iconic figure in the evolution of the art form and a tireless advocate for jazz as America’s classical music,… Read More »

All Souls hosts Choral Celebration at Shelburne Farms

All Souls hosts Choral Celebration at Shelburne Farms

All Souls Interfaith Gathering will host the 13th Annual Choral Celebration in the Breeding Barn at Shelburne Farms Sunday, Sept. 28 beginning at 4pm. If you’ve never heard the sound of music filling a barn, resonating off the wooden walls, you’ll be astounded by the voices of the All Souls Interfaith Choir and the South County… Read More »

Hooked in the Mountains returns for 17th year

Hooked in the Mountains returns for 17th year

The art of rug hooking is alive and well, as the members of the Green Mountain Rug Hooking Guild can attest. The guild, established over 20 years ago, will gather Wednesday, Oct. 15 through Sunday, Oct. 19 at the Champlain Valley Exposition in Essex Junction to present their biannual event, Hooked in the Mountains. The… Read More »

Film screening raises money for Patriot Project

The documentary film, “Love Bomb,” a story of healing through love and service, will premiere Tuesday, Oct. 7 at 7pm at Merrill Roxy Cinema in Burlington. The screening is a fundraiser for the Patriot Project, a grass roots movement that helps veterans with service related disabilities understand their coverage options for chiropractic treatment through the… Read More »

New exhibit at Helen Day Art Center

New exhibit at Helen Day Art Center

Artists have been at the forefront of revolutions for centuries, producing work that has an immediate political impact or is fueling unrest. A new exhibit opening at the Helen Day Art Center in Stowe, entitled “Unrest: Art, Activism & Revolution,” highlights that work. The opening is on Friday, September 19 from 6-8pm. The exhibition stemmed… Read More »