Community Events

VERMONT- Community Bank N.A. branches have joined together to host a canned food drive throughout February. The 125 participating branches aim to collect 5,000 items for local food pantries and food banks.
This is the third consecutive year Community Bank has hosted a February food drive...

Mike Pasternak, left, and Angel Balch celebrate the 15th anniversary of the Rotary Club of the Deerfield Valley.
WILMINGTON- The Rotary Club of the Deerfield Valley celebrated its 15th anniversary of being a chartered Rotary Club at the Wilmington Inn. Mike Pasternak, charter member and the club’s first president, drove from his home in Burlington to attend the event. He regaled the club with tales of the...
BENNINGTON- Southwestern Vermont Medical Center is hosting an American Red Cross blood drive from 11:30 am to 4:30 pm Thursday, February 6, in conference room C. As always, walk-ins will be accommodated. Those who are unfamiliar with the SVMC campus may stop at the information desk in the main...
VERMONT- With less than three months until the 2020 Census begins, the US Census Bureau announced it will increase the hourly pay rate for census takers in Vermont from $17.50 to $20 an hour.  The pay increase was effective January 6.  
The Census positions are a great way for holiday...
The Historical Society of Wilmington will be the recipient of the monthly Shaw’s Give Back Where It Counts program. The society was selected as the February beneficiary of the program by store leadership at the Shaw’s supermarket in Wilmington. The Historical Society of Wilmington will receive a...
DOVER- The Dover Free Library invites all to a free question and answer workshop on Advance Care Planning: The Basics, presented by Don Freeman on Saturday, February 1, from 12 to 1:30 pm.
Learn how an advance care directive can help. Understand the key information needed. Leave knowing...
NEWFANE- The Moore Free Library will be offering free Saturday sewing classes for children 5 and up in February. The first session, on Saturday, February 1, from 1 to 2 pm, will be an introduction to sewing where children will learn some basic needle skills and practice sewing on felt. No...
BRATTLEBORO- A new writing support group for adults who have experienced any kind of death loss begins Thursday, February 13, from 3 to 5 pm. The group will meet on the second and fourth Thursdays of the month and is limited to six people.
Writing experience is not required, just an open...
SAXTONS RIVER- Vermont Academy has created a new merit scholarship program for students who live in Vermont. The Vermont Scholars Program’s goal is to increase the number of Vermont students who attend the elite private school.
Vermont Academy Head of School Dr. Jennifer Zaccara said the ...
WILMINGTON – “The Current” is being re-branded as The MOOver.
The Current, based in Rockingham, represents bus routes and transit services in 30 towns in Windham and southern Windsor countries. It features blue waves to symbolize a river with green letters spelling The Current. The MOOver...

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