Hinesburg Police Log

Oct. 7 8:45 a.m. An officer responded to a burglar alarm at a business in the village. No problems were found. 11:31 a.m. An officer went to a residence on Vermont Route 116 in the village for a resident having trouble with a roommate. 4:34 p.m. An officer went to the area of Vermont Route… Read More »

News from Carpenter-Carse Library

LEGO Club Meets Thursdays, Oct. 25, Nov. 1, 8, and 15 from 3 to 4 p.m. For ages 5-10. Snacks, friends and tons of LEGOs to build with every week. Register by emailing kelly@carpentercarse.org, or sign up in the library. Practical Privacy with Jessamyn West Library technologist Jessamyn West offers practical tips for securing your online activity in… Read More »

Hinesburg Recreation News

Registration is open for the following upcoming programs for kids and adults. More information online at hinesburgrec.com. Literature and the Arts Susan Lepple will guide students in grades 1-4 to explore literature using fine art, movement, assemblage, drama, and music. Dive into six books and six creative experiences that might involve making sculptures, creating and… Read More »

Hinesburg Police Log

Sept. 30 5:17 p.m. An officer responded to Lyman Meadows for a verbal argument between a grandmother and granddaughter. No law enforcement action was necessary. Oct. 1 3:27 p.m. An officer took fingerprints for a resident. 7:52 p.m. An officer responded to a local business for a vehicle lockout. Oct. 2 7:58 a.m. Police assisted… Read More »

Mentoring programs recruit adult volunteers

At the end of last school year, students in the Connecting Youth Mentor Program at Hinesburg Community School were asked what they considered the best part of having a mentor. “I love having someone to hang out with, someone to talk to,” said one teen who had been in the program four years. A seventh… Read More »

Food, fun at Hinesburg ‘Churchtoberfest’ and chicken pie supper

Celebrate “Churchtoberfest” Sunday, Oct. 21 and the United Church of Hinesburg’s annual chicken pie supper fundraiser on Oct. 27. On the 21st, the German band Inseldudler joins the 10 a.m. worship service. Fellowship time will feature bratwurst, pretzels and root beer immediately following. Inseldudler hails from the Burlington and has played polkas and waltzes for… Read More »

Wildlife biologist honored with environmental award

Wildlife biologist honored with environmental award

By Lisa Scagliotti Longtime Vermont Fish and Wildlife Biologist Steve Parren of Hinesburg sees tangible results of his dedicated work on behalf of Vermont endangered wildlife often, and last week he received another significant accolade acknowledging his efforts. At a presentation ceremony Oct. 4 at Sand Bar Wildlife Management Area in Milton, Parren was honored… Read More »

Hinesburg Recreation News

Registration is open for the following upcoming programs for kids and adults. Horseback riding • After-School Horseback Riding: Lessons and with Kim Johansen at Livery Stables for beginner to early intermediate riders in grades K-8. Kim and staff will instruct children on basic horse care, tacking, feeding, watering, and all that happens in the horse… Read More »