Good bakers Bake for Good

Good bakers Bake for Good

The Bake for Good program at the Charlotte Senior Center whipped up baked items, including rolls, for the Charlotte Food Shelf last week. The program includes bakers of all ages for a multi-generational community project. At left, Aileen Chutter and her granddaughter Claire, prepare rolls to bake.

Rev. David Cray to lead The Society of Saint Edmund

The Very Rev. David Cray, S.S.E., was elected as the new superior general of The Society of Saint Edmund, the founding religious order of Saint Michael’s College at the religious order’s general meeting last week. Cray, a native Bostonian and a 1968 graduate of St. Michael’s, has been the pastor at St. Jude’s in Hinesburg… Read More »

Kids can clown around at School of Foolery camp

As part of Burlington’s Festival of Fools week, Burlington City Arts is presenting “Mr. Woodhead’s School of Foolery,” a circus arts and clowning camp for kids ages 8-14. The camp runs from August 1-3 at the Burlington City Arts Center. This year’s special program is led by Charlotte resident Woody Keppel along with performers Kenny… Read More »

Carpenter-Carse talk focuses on Lyme and tick-borne illnesses

Carpenter-Carse Library hosts a special presentation on Lyme disease and tick-borne illnesses on Tuesday, July 31 at 6:30 p.m. Pat Bannerman, vice-president of VTLyme.org will share a presentation covering the basics of Lyme disease and other tick-borne illnesses along with prevention strategies and educational resources. Vermont continues to have one of the highest rates of… Read More »

GPS Soccer camp in Hinesburg begins Monday

Global Premier Soccer Vermont Camp programs in Hinesburg will be held for both half- and full-day sessions next week, July 30 through Aug. 3. Campers will be grouped by age for the sessions held behind Hinesburg Town Hall. The sessions will include age-specific training and games to help players improve in a positive environment. The… Read More »

Sweet Pea & Friends author visits Hinesburg for stories and book give-away

Popular author and illustrator John Churchman, creator of the Sweet Pea & Friends series—including the book “The SheepOver”—will visit Hinesburg Community School to tell stories and give away free books. On Thursday, August 2 at 10:30 a.m., Churchman will share stories about his animal friends and each child will get to pick two free new books. The… Read More »

Charlotte Library News

Reading fun at Adam’s Berry Farm Tuesdays. July 31 at 9:30 a.m. Meet at the farm for a summer of berries, great stories, gardening and busy activities. All ages. Rock out at Preschool Story Time Friday. July 27 at 10:30 a.m. Drop in for stories, songs and crafts. For ages 3-5. Lego Club Thursdays. July… Read More »

Pigs take a stroll in Shelburne

Pigs take a stroll in Shelburne

The pigs at Bread and Butter Farm in Shelburne moved to their summer digs last week. Farmer Corie Pierce said moving the pigs gives her the opportunity to re-seed their main pasture, but that she doesn’t like trucking the animals, so they walk. Three sows and 25 of their babies were lured to their new… Read More »

Flynn Garden Tour

Flynn Garden Tour

  This garden, featured in the July 15 Flynn Garden Tour, is lovingly maintained by a Charlotte family. The fundraising tour included nine Charlotte gardens.

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