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VERMONT-  Looking at colleges in Vermont? Mark the calendar for Wednesday, December 2, from 3 to 8 pm, to “tour” Vermont’s colleges and universities at the Vermont Virtual College Fair, hosted by Vermont Student Assistance Corp.
Register and schedule virtual visits with the schools of...
TOWNSHEND- Grace Cottage Hospital hosts the Vermont Foodbank’s “VeggieVanGo” free food distribution program at least once a month.
Please note the November event will be held on Monday (not Thursday), November 30, from noon to 1 pm. The distribution takes place in the lower parking lot of...
VERMONT- Gov. Phil Scott and the Vermont Department of Labor have announced the availability of a new $1,000 scholarship for eligible Vermonters to support training and other expenses incurred from enrollment in an adult career and technical education certificate program. The Adult Career...

Hoedowns, Reels, and Frolics by Phil Jamison
PUTNEY - Next Stage Arts Project and the Putney Historical Society present “Hoedowns, Reels, and Frolics: Roots and Branches of Southern Appalachian Dance,” a virtual lecture by scholar of traditional music and dance Phil Jamison on Thursday, December 3 at 7:30 pm.  
Jamison examines the...
VERMONT- US Forest Service officials are welcoming the public to select and cut a Christmas tree on the Green Mountain National Forest with the purchase of a $5 permit. Permits will be available for purchase either online (an additional $2.50 service fee applies) or in person at a GMNF office. ...
WILMINGTON- The Deerfield Valley News is looking for contact and donation information for local charities and local relief organizations.  The newspaper is compiling a list of local aid groups for publication during the holidays. The list will include contact information, donation information,...
WILMINGTON – The MOOver starts its 2020-21 winter schedule on Thursday, November 26.
The Mount Snow route begins service Thanksgiving Day, with Route 1A and the upper parking lot routes opening the next day. Due to staffing shortages, there are no Timber Creek, Greenspring, Bears Crossing-...

Volunteers at last year’s pie sale, baking up some delicious pies.
Guilford- The fall tradition of a homemade pie sale, this time with COVID-safe precautions, will be held on Saturday, November 21, from 9 am to noon in the Guilford Community Church parking lot. It will be just in time to save some preparations before Thanksgiving.
Church volunteers will...

More than  600,000 students, ages 11 to 13, have participated in the worldwide Lions International Peace Poster Competition. This year’s theme was “Peace Through Service.” The Deerfield Valley Lions Club, local sponsors of the project, announced first prize and statewide winner is Islynn Crafts, of Dover. Sister Kiara Crafts won second prize. Cash prizes from local to international range from $25 to $5,000. Above from left, Lion Jason Staloff with Moxie, Kiara Crafts, Islynn Crafts, and Lion CB Goldstein
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VERMONT- The 2020 Vermont Maple Conference Week, December 6 to 11, will feature a number of informative online sessions led by maple industry experts and maple producers. 
Maple Conference Week kicks off on December 6 with the Maple Industry Panel, an annual panel discussion where experts...

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