In the round, Shelburne Players consider Sleeping Indoors’

In the round, Shelburne Players consider Sleeping Indoors’

  By MARGERY SHARP On opening night of the Shelburne Players’ fall production of “Sleeping Indoors” in Town Hall Center, theatre-goers were seated in a horseshoe-shaped arena designed and executed under the capable eye of director Byron Schmidt. In his program remarks, Schmidt noted “…the text lends itself well to the audience being close.” The… Read More »

Canine actors join cast of CVU musical ‘Legally Blonde’

Canine actors join cast of CVU musical ‘Legally Blonde’

By LISA SCAGLIOTTI Students at Champlain Valley Union High School are in the final stretch of rehearsing the fall musical, “Legally Blonde.” Based on the popular 2001 romantic comedy film, the stage production tells the story of Elle Woods as she takes Harvard Law School by pink storm. This is the first time that canine… Read More »

Craft sale, pancake breakfast, annual tractor parade this weekend

Craft sale, pancake breakfast, annual tractor parade this weekend

This weekend will be busy with community events including East Charlotte’s annual Tractor Parade and fundraisers supporting volunteer fire departments in both Hinesburg and Shelburne. • On Saturday, the Hinesburg Firemen’s Association’s second Fall Farmer’s Market and Craft Sale sets up at the Hinesburg fire station. Vendors selling food, crafts and more will be on… 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 »

Gov. Kunin pens personal, poetic new memoir

Gov. Kunin pens personal, poetic new memoir

By Madeline Hughes Boisterous laughter roared from the secluded Coach Barn at Shelburne Farms on a recent Tuesday evening as Madeleine Kunin read excerpts from her new book “Coming of Age: My Journey to the Eighties.” Kunin’s reading also at times evoked solemn “mmmm-hmmmms” from the audience. At the launch of her fourth book Oct.… Read More »