Community Events

READSBORO- The Friendly  Mission Circle of the First Baptist Church will be serving a monthly luncheon on Wednesday, January 9, at noon.
The menu will include homemade soups and sandwiches, pumpkin roll for dessert, along with coffee and punch.  Those interested in bingo are invited to...
BRATTLEBORO- Youth Services is offering a volunteer training on Monday, January 7, from 6 to 9 pm, at their offices at 32 Walnut Street, for community members interested in becoming more involved with the nonprofit. Volunteer opportunities range from helping on an ad hoc basis with transportation...
BRATTLEBORO- Youth Services is offering a volunteer training on Monday, January 7, from 6 to 9 pm, at their offices at 32 Walnut Street, for community members interested in becoming more involved with the nonprofit. Volunteer opportunities range from helping on an ad hoc basis with transportation...
WILMINGTON- The public is invited to a presentation of southern Vermont’s five-year economic plan on Monday, January 7.
This federally recognized Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy project is completed and the next step is to receive public comment. The 2019 plan created by...

Six hundred students from 47 different schools submitted essays for the eighth annual State of the Union contest.
BURLINGTON- Sen. Bernie Sanders has launched the ninth annual State of the Union essay contest that gives Vermont high school students the opportunity to share their perspective on how to solve problems that our nation faces.
Each January, the president of the United States delivers a “...

Laurie Indenbaum and Andy Davis will provide music for some dancing.
BRATTLEBORO- The public is invited to an evening of contra dancing at The Stone Church, 210 Main Street, on Tuesday, January 8, from 7 to 10.
Music will be provided by local legends Andy Davis on accordion, Laurie Indenbaum on fiddle, and Jim Fownes on keyboard, with Fred Breunig calling...
WILMINGTON- Saturday, December 15, was an early  Christmas for over 250 people in the Deerfield Valley.  That is when local community service clubs united once again to visit homes from Readsboro to Wardsboro and deliver literally tons of food to the doors of local families and into their...
DOVER- The Southern Vermont Deerfield Valley Chamber of Commerce held its annual dinner on Friday, December 8 at the Grand Summit Hotel.  As part of the festivities, the chamber gave out its annual recognition awards.
 
DOVER- Monday story time is back at the Dover Free Library now through February 25 (except for holiday closings on December 24, January 21, and February 18).
Winter seasonal story times begin at 2:30 pm in the children’s room and include a sampling of some classic children’s books as well...
DEERFIELD VALLEY- Deerfield Valley Rescue is currently conducting its annual subscription drive. Everyone within the jurisdiction of Deerfield Valley Rescue, (Wilmington, West Dover, East Dover, Searsburg, Somerset, portions of Marlboro  west of Auger Hole Road, Whitingham, and Halifax) should...

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