By David Scherr Photos by Ben Sarle It is increasingly hard to stand out in Burlington’s thriving culinary scene, where another excellent and inventive restaurant or eatery seems to spring forth in or around the city with every passing season. Older establishments have been forced to step up their game, and newer ones are competing… Read More »
The Hinesburg Lions Farmers Market will celebrate 11 years when it opens for the season Thursday, June 5. The Market will run every Thursday afternoon from 3 to 6:30pm through Sept. 25 at the United Church of Hinesburg on Main Street. The annual summer event brings visitors and neighbors together to enjoy the fruits and… Read More »
Hinesburg 4-H Club members from L-R: Hannah Cleveland, Corinna Hobbs, and Caroline Hobbs participated in Vermont 4-H State Day in Barre on May 17. During the event Cleveland performed with a piano instrumental, while Caroline Hobbs and Corinna Hobbs entered pictures for the judges. It was a beautiful day full of fun, creativity, and high… Read More »
Charlotte artist Sara Bridgman presents a solo exhibit, entitled “Retrospective Works of Sara Bridgman 1967–2014,” in the Amy E. Tarrant Gallery, which can be seen on Saturdays through Aug. 2. Bridgman also gives an artist’s talk on Saturday, June 21 from 2-4 pm. Bridgman’s art began in the 1970s with etchings and she later incorporated… Read More »
Online options: There’s no doubt we love visitors at the Charlotte Library. Any chance to chat, share book news, and catch up on activities is welcome. We also embrace the online options available to the Charlotte Library and, through that, to you. The flagship option for downloading audio and e-books is Listen Up Vermont, a… Read More »
By Hinesburg Firemen’s Association Each year the members of the Hinesburg Firemen’s Association have lengthy and serious discussions about the annual July 4 chicken barbeque. Should we do it again this year? Do we have enough help? Does the attendance support all the work involved? If we did not have the barbeque on July 4, what, if anything,… Read More »
July 4 Parade theme is Beach Party: A listing of July 4 activities will be found on the town website very soon! Great Escape tickets: Great Escape tickets are available in the Town Clerk’s Office and the Rec. Dept. Cost is $35, cash. New this year: purchase online at www.SixFlags.com/greatescape and enter promotional code VTREC… Read More »
By Phyl Newbeck Louise McCarren is happy to be back in Vermont full-time after eight years of commuting to Utah. McCarren has served on many boards in her life, but her newest venture is chairing the Board of Directors of Campaign for Vermont. She helps to create a new governance structure for the board and… Read More »
The American Red Cross will hold a blood drive at the Charlotte Senior Center on Ferry Road, Thursday, June 12 from 2 to 7pm. Walk-ins are welcome but an appointment is strongly recommended to avoid delays. To make an appointment call 1-800-Red Cross or visit www.redcrossblood.org.
The Shelburne Charlotte Garden Club will meet on Tuesday, June 10 at 9am for a tour of the gardens of Robin Coleburn, 1052 Whalley Road in Charlotte. These are beautiful gardens surrounding Coleburn’s art studio. All are welcome. For information call Ann Mead at 985-2657.