Local artist wins Best in Show for Charlotte landscape

Local artist wins Best in Show for Charlotte landscape

Mark Boedges of Shelburne was awarded Best in Show at the 15th Annual American Impressionist Society Exhibition by judge Clayton J. Beck III for his piece “Winter’s Complex Pattern.” Boedges painted this scene en plein air along the Lewis Creek in Charlotte. Hosted by Abend Gallery in Denver, Colo., the exhibition is on display from… Read More »

Free business seminar for entrepreneurs

Now, more than ever, it’s crucial for entrepreneurs and small business owners to stand out in the crowd of competition. On Monday, Oct. 13 from 6:30 to 8pm, at Main Street Landing in Burlington entrepreneurs can attend a free seminar and learn: How to Fast Forward Your Business with Content Marketing. Marketing ourselves can be… Read More »

Recap on Shelburne Orchards’ buzzy weekend

Recap on Shelburne Orchards’ buzzy weekend

By Megan Humphrey On a day when bees would be happier in their hives, folks weathered the rain at Shelburne Orchards on Saturday to hear from local experts about the importance of bees in food production. Native bee researcher Anna Beauchemin explained a variety of native pollinators, how they eat, where they live, and why… Read More »

Shelburne Orchards announces Pie Fest winners

Shelburne Orchards announces Pie Fest winners

Shelburne Orchards held their 13th Annual Pie Fest Sunday, Sept. 28.  There were over 25 delectable apple pies displayed around the copper apple brandy still in the Cider House, but only four pies were left standing at the end of the day.  Judges Charlie Nardozzi (local gardening expert and foodie), Tom Roden (baker), and Peter… Read More »

Aubuchon offers paint recycling in Shelburne

PaintCare Vermont would like to announce that Aubuchon Hardware in Shelburne has joined its network of 58 locations in Vermont where residents and businesses from anywhere in the state can bring old, unwanted paint for recycling during regular business hours. Aubuchon is the only retailer in Shelburne accepting paint as part of the PaintCare program.… Read More »

Shelburne Orchards hosts “Bee Here Now” festival

Shelburne Orchards hosts “Bee Here Now” festival

It’s easy to overlook bees, but in fact they play an incredibly important role in our local ecosystems.  To honor these fuzzy pollinators, Shelburne Orchards is holding their first ever “Bee Here Now” festival on Saturday, Oct. 4 from 10am-2pm. It will be a great opportunity to learn about the role of bees in the… Read More »

Tractor Supply hosts 4-H benefit

Tractor Supply hosts 4-H benefit

From Oct. 8 to 19 shoppers at the Tractor Supply Company (TSC) store in Shelburne are encouraged to show their support for the University of Vermont (UVM) Extension 4-H program through the purchase of paper clovers at checkout. The store, located at 3708 Shelburne Rd., will participate in the semi-annual 4-H Paper Clover Campaign, a… Read More »

Flood Financial Top 50 in nation, 14 years running

Flood Financial Top 50 in nation, 14 years running

Flood Financial Services’ Richard (Ric) Flood has been recognized by Lincoln Financial Securities as an Elite Premier Partner. He has received this designation every year since Lincoln Financial Securities began recognizing producers for outstanding achievements in 2001. Richard W. Flood, CLU, ChFC, CRPC and founder of Flood Financial received the prestigious distinction at the Elite… Read More »

Share the Harvest benefits NOFA on Oct. 2

What if there was a way to help both local farmers and families in need of quality food?  The Northeast Organic Farming Association of Vermont (NOFA-VT) bags both birds with one stone with their 20th annual Share the Harvest fundraising event. On Thursday, Oct. 2, restaurants and food stores all over Vermont will donate a… Read More »

11th Annual Walk for Wishes Raises $130,000 for Make-A-Wish Vermont

11th Annual Walk for Wishes Raises $130,000 for Make-A-Wish Vermont

On September 14th, Make-A-Wish Vermont raised over $130,000 for wishes in their 11th annual Walk for Wishes at the Shelburne Museum. Hundreds of people joined together to help raise awareness and funds for Vermont children living with life-threatening medical conditions, and local businesses and volunteers donated goods and services to the event. Leslie Williams, CEO… Read More »