Addison Central Supervisory Union’s Spring into the Arts Festival will take place May 29-30 at the Mahaney Center for the Arts at Middlebury College.
Monday, May 27
The annual Middlebury Memorial Day Parade will be held Monday, May 27, starting at 9 a.m. The parade route travels north on Main Street and concludes with a ceremony at the Soldiers Monument on Merchants Row immediately following the parade.
North Ferrisburgh United Methodist Church sent nine members on a recent mission tTrip to North Carolina. Chase Atkins, Clare Conner, Peter and Laurie Curler, Diane and Amanda Cousino, George and Linda Lucia, Pastor Rev. Kim Hornung-Marcy and Ted Marcy all drove to the site.
Okemo Mountain Resort commemorated Vermont Green Up Day May 16. Staff members donned blue latex gloves and, with trash bags in hand, scoured the Resort for litter.
Commuting customers of the Jolley Convenience Store, located on Route 116 in Hinesburg, are enjoying the place’s expanded beverage service.
Bud Smith turns a coffee hobby into a local business
Bud Smith has always had a taste for coffee. His long-percolating passion for all things relating to the evergreen coffea bush took off with the dawning of the new millenium.
Lifelike garden sculpture needs a name, home
A six-foot-tall, Bigfoot statue is making a special appearance at Garden Time in Rutland Town this month. And customers are loving it.
Major fixes to historic covered bridge in Charlotte
The historic circa-1849 Quinlan's Covered Bridge is getting a much needed facelift this spring and summer. The heavily traveled bridge is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Notes from the North Woods
It certainly has been an interesting week to be in the woods.
They say the early bird gets the worm. It should read: “The early riser gets the bird,” and hopefully that bird’s a turkey, but for me, I think the “bird” is all I’m getting, so to speak!
Dozens of yard, garage sales around town
The New Haven Town-wide Sale will be held, Saturday, May 25, and Sunday, May 26. Lawn and garage sales will ne held throughout town between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m.
The Middlebury-sponsored "Ride of Silence", will be held Wednesday, May 15, at 5:45 p.m., departs Middlebury Triangle Park by the Skihaus clothing shop. The ride will commemorate those hurt or killed in road bike accidents.
The Black River Academy Museum will open its summer season on Saturday, June 1st, with a 5K Fun Walk. Event organizer Sharon Combes-Farr said that the walk will start and finish at the museum, 14 High St., and will go down Dug Road, turn South on 103, go back through town via a stroll down Pleasant Street and then back up Main Street, returning to the museum. The route will be marked.
Middlebury bookshop is now the state’s largest
When the late writer Jorge Luis Borges said "that Paradise must be a kind of library," he must have been thinking about Monroe Street Books in Middlebury.
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