‘Women at War’ film, Charlotte Senior Center

Transition Town Charlotte presents “Woman at War,” an Icelandic film by Benedikt Erlingsson, Thursday, July 25, 7 p.m., at the Charlotte Senior Center, 212 Ferry Road. According to the filmmaker, “Woman at War” tells the story of Halla, a 50-year-old independent woman. Behind the scenes of a quiet routine, Halla leads a double life as… Read More »

News from Carpenter-Carse Library

Color your way to calm: Adult coloring Saturday, July 20, 1- 2:30 p.m. Color your way to calm at our drop-in coloring club for adults. Coloring sheets, art supplies, and tea will be provided. Tiny humans, big emotions: Parent and caregiver workshop Tuesday, July 236- 7:30 p.m. We are excited to bring emotional development expert… Read More »

Blume promoted at Heady Vermont

Blume promoted at Heady Vermont

Staffer and cannabis podcaster Kathryn Blume has been promoted to the role of communications director for the cannabis media and events company Heady Vermont. Monica Donovan, co-founder and CEO of Heady Vermont, said the move also makes Blume a minority owner of the organization.  Blume, who resides in Charlotte, brings a long history as an… Read More »

CycleNation seeks teams

CycleNation seeks teams

The first CycleNation event in the Green Mountain State takes place Aug. 15 at Waterfront Park in Burlington. Teams are wanted for the American Heart Association’s relay-style, stationary cycling fundraiser. Sarah Voigt Pritchard is the chair of Vermont’s first CycleNation event. She shared that her stepfather first experienced heart problems at the age of 40,… Read More »

Flynn Garden Tour comes to town

Flynn Garden Tour comes to town

Shelburne was this year’s destination for the 23rd annual Flynn Garden Tour held Sunday, July 14 – a fundraiser for the Flynn Center for the Performing Arts. More than 450 ticket holders visited six private gardens, heard talks, vied for raffle prizes, and strolled and picnicked in the gardens. Many finished off the day at… Read More »

The freedom to fly

The freedom to fly

A red-tailed hawk is brought to freedom July 2 by Drew Farmer and her father Will Farmer of Hinesburg. While mowing her lawn, Denise Farmer spied wings “sticking out of a tree.” Finding the bird was alive, she tried to reach professional wildlife help with no luck. So, the family, including daughters Riley and Rowan,… Read More »

Teen suicide prevention row-a-thon raises $18,000

Teen suicide prevention row-a-thon raises $18,000

Community from around Vermont and New England gathered at the Lake Champlain Maritime Muse-um on Saturday, June 29, to raise money and awareness for teen suicide prevention. This first “Hope for TomorROW” row-a-thon was a collaboration between Project HOePpnEr and the Lake Champlain Maritime Museum in honor of Paul Hoeppner, a Hinesburg resident and Champlain… Read More »

Red Cross seeks blood donors

BURLINGTON – Following a difficult Fourth of July week for blood and platelet donations and ongoing challenges finding new blood donors, the American Red Cross now faces a blood shortage and has issued an emergency call for eligible individuals of all blood types to give now and prevent delays in medical care. There will be… Read More »

New studio creating opportunity for adults to dance

New studio creating opportunity for adults to dance

Two women in Vermont’s dance community have created a reality they have long wished for: the opportunity to take dance classes with other adults on a schedule that works for their busy lives. On May 29, Megan Stearns of Hinesburg and June Beuchner Carney of Williston opened Lines Vermont in South Burlington. Located in the… Read More »