Point Counterpoint offer free concert

Point Counterpoint offer free concert

The annual Constance Holden Memorial Concert presents talented instructors from the Point Counterpoint Music Camp on Lake Dunmore, joined by pianist Diana Fanning, for an evening of exquisite classical music at Middlebury’s Town Hall Theater on Monday, July 28 at 7:30pm. Fanning has taught at Middlebury College for 35 years, and among her many accomplishments,… Read More »

Rokeby Museum offers family Fridays

Every Friday morning the Rokeby Museum will offer “make and take” activities. It’s an opportunity for family members of all ages to learn something new, make something beautiful, and have some fun. Programs are free with Museum admission or $3 per participant and take place Fridays from 10am to noon through Aug 15 in the… Read More »

BCA brings street festival to Burlington

BCA brings street festival to Burlington

Burlington City Arts is pleased to present the 7th annual Festival of Fools, a street festival taking place in downtown Burlington from Friday, August 1 to Sunday, August 3. The Festival of Fools is a curated festival of street theater devoted to community engagement through the celebration of circus arts, music, and comedy for family… Read More »

Bark for Life returns Aaug. 1

Bark for Life returns Aaug. 1

The American Cancer Society will host Bark For Life, an event that brings dog owners and their pets together in the fight against cancer, Friday, Aug. 1 and it’s not too late to get involved. This non-competitive 1.5 mile walkathon will raise vital funds for the American Cancer Society while celebrating the special bond between… Read More »

Green up your pets

Green up your pets

By M. Kathleen Shaw, DVM Vermont Veterinary Medical Association Now is a good time to consider some Earth friendly practices to help the environment when it comes to our furry companions. Plastic is everywhere, and only 27 percent of plastic is recycled. Landfills can only hold so much and even then it takes 450 years… Read More »

Pet nail cutting basics explained

Just like human fingernails, a dog and cat nails grow all the time, so regular manicures should be part of every pet owner’s routine. In fact, the Pet Food Warehouse website suggests that trimmed claws are also less likely to snag fabric and inadvertently scratch people. Nail trimming is much easier if your pet has… Read More »

Twin State games on tap for Saturday

Twin State games on tap for Saturday

Graduated Vermont and New Hampshire’s top high school soccer players meet for the 40th Annual Lions Soccer Cup Saturday at Castleton State College on Saturday, July 19. The Vermont girls, including Champlain Valley Union (CVU) standouts Haliana Burhans and Mackenzie Kingston, kick off the doubleheader at 4pm. The Vermont boys, featuring CVU’s Joseph Castano and… Read More »

Mother Nature alters July 4 celebration in Hinesburg

For the first time in Hinesburg’s Fourth of July history, the Hilly Hobble Race was cancelled because of severe weather conditions. “At 6pm on July 3 we had everything set for the race and registration was taking place at the Community School,” explained Hinesburg Rec Coordinator Jen McCuin. “First, David Eddy canceled the 10K scheduled to begin at 6:30pm. After… Read More »