Residents living in and around the Vergennes community can be screened to reduce their risk of having a stroke or bone fracture. American Legion Post 14 will host Life Line Screening on June 18. The site is located at 100 Armory Ln. in Vergennes.
Charlotte Central School’s Parent Teacher Organization will host the 11th Annual Champ Run on Sunday, June 9.
Lots of milk, music, pies in Middlebury
June is Dairy Month, and to celebrate, the Sheldon Museum will present a series of entertaining programs the weekend of June 14.
As Vermont’s population ages, families and health care providers must shift their focus to senior care which includes wellness, prevention and medical treatment.
New York/Vermont 5K hailed as a success
The New York/Vermont 5K Champlain Bridge Run looks like it may be here to stay. Originally planned as one-time event to mark the opening of the Champlain Bridge in 2012, it was so popular a second edition was held May 18. That race attracted more than 70 athletes.
Research reveals common misconceptions
The idea of a happy and meaningful life has become unnecessarily complicated in some circles, says author and certified positive psychology coach Lynda Wallace, who left a high-powered executive career with Johnson & Johnson to pursue her real passion—helping individuals and groups achieve greater happiness and success.
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.
High-tech, black light laser tag fun for all ages
Breaking news: The aliens have landed in Middlebury. Ok, we’re just kidding—and we well remember what happened to Orson Welles after his 1938 “War of the Worlds” broadcast—but when you step through the doors of Whirlie’s World Family Entertainment Center on Exchange Street in Middlebury, don’t be surprised if you see flashing lights and extraterrestrial-like apparitions; just remind yourself that what you’re seeing is only a game of high-tech laser tag.
Pet owners’ vet bills are growing, which may explain why fewer are taking their dogs and cats to the animal doctor although more Vermonters than ever have pets. To make matters worse, a 2.3 percent Obama Care tax on medical devices that kicked in Jan. 1 includes equipment that’s used for animals as well as people.
Instructor Stephanie Jones
The Gables at East Mountain will be offering a four-week introduction to meditation class with Stephanie Jones, E-RYT, beginning on Thursday, May 9, from 9-9:30 a.m. and continuing each Thursday until May 30.
Weekend of May 4-5
Weekend of May 4-5
The Rutland Kiwanis Club plans a variety of spring activities around the Rutland area...
Covering So. Chittenden County, Addison County, central Rutland County, western Windsor County
Calendar of events, April 27-28
New York/Vermont 5K Champlain Bridge Run slated May 18
The New York/Vermont 5K Champlain Bridge Run was supposed to be a one-time affair to celebrate the opening of the new span connecting the two states. That was the plan, but the inaugural race was such a hit it’s returning. The second annual The New York/Vermont 5K Champlain Bridge Run will be contested Saturday, May 18, at 10 a.m.
Middlebury public dance event, April 26
If you’ve never been to a Quinn family contra and square-dancing event in Addison County, you don’t know what you’re missing.