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PUTNEY- On December 16, Yellow Barn joined the world in celebrating Beethoven’s 250th birthday.
Yellow Barn has formed a new kind of group, Beethoven In Sight. They are a group of visual artists creating a body of work in honor of, and in response to, Beethoven’s music and his creative...
VERMONT- The UVM Agricultural Risk Management and Crop Insurance Education Program, which coordinates the Vermont Farm Management Team Program, will accept applications until January 15. There is no cost to participate, and all types of farm operations are eligible.
Participants will...
WINDHAM COUNTY- Youth Services is seeking volunteers to serve on its Court Diversion panels in the new year.  Court Diversion is a voluntary, confidential alternative to court proceedings for certain juveniles and adult cases referred to Court Diversion on an individual basis by the State’s...
BRATTLEBORO- People age 60 and over own nearly a third of private businesses in southeastern Vermont. Many lack a succession plan.
Concerned about the loss of businesses and jobs, the Brattleboro Development Credit Corporation is focusing on “succession planning.” With a grant from USDA...
BENNINGTON- Cooking and eating healthfully can be challenging, especially if undergoing cancer treatment, recovering from cancer, living with cancer or living cancer-free. That’s why SVMC has invited its experts, registered dietitian Kristin Irace; oncologist Charlene Ives, MD; executive chef...
PUTNEY– Next Stage Arts Project invites the community to a free, virtual New Year’s Eve celebration on December 31, featuring performances from a variety of local musicians, puppeteers, poets, storytellers, business owners, and visual artists.
The event officially begins at 6 pm with a...

NECCA student doing a backbend in class
BRATTLEBORO- The New England Center for Circus Arts is offering in-person and online classes in a winter session starting January 4. NECCA suspended its recreational and professional trainings in the spring when COVID first hit, but after implementing strict distancing and cleaning policies,...

Beth Liller
WARDSBORO- The Trustees of the Wardsboro Public Library hired a new director on November 9. Beth Liller, of Stratton, took the position after a three-month search.
On August 10 a team of volunteers assembled to continue the service for the library’s patrons, renaming it “Take-Out” books....
Washington, DC – Brattleboro Development Credit Corporation won a bronze for the Southern Vermont Economy Project in the Resiliency, Recovery and Mitigation category of the International Economic Development Council’s 2020 Excellence in Economic Development awards program. The honor was presented...
Vermont- Seniors applying for 3SquaresVT are able to use a simple application and benefit renewal process as part of the new “3SquaresVT IN A SNAP” program. The easy-to-use application is available to individuals and households age 60 or older and persons with disabilities.
For too long, a...

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