Community Events

PUTNEY- Protect Our Wildlife presents “The Real Eastern coyote.” Join Chris Schadler, whose 30 years of wolf and coyote research offers her audience an insightful and educational discussion on this wild canid.
Learn the true story of Eastern Coyotes:  how and when they arrived in New...
NEWFANE- All are welcome to an evening of great food and fun facts at the Historical Society of Windham County on Friday, August 23, at the NewBrook Fire Station on Route 30.  
Following the Society’s brief annual meeting (beginning at 5:30 pm) there will be a potluck dinner at 6 pm. Bring...

Girls Go CyberStart hopes to encourage more high-school-age girls to consider cybersecurity as a career.
VERMONT- A national cybersecurity program designed specifically for high school girls has launched, to encourage more young women into the industry and reduce the digital skills gap. Girls need to be at least 13 years old and in grades nine, 10, 11, or 12 to qualify. The program awards winning...
DOVER- “Star Wars - A New Hope”  will be showing at the Dover Free Library at 5:30 pm on Monday, August 19, on the big screen in the community room.  Come re-live the beginning in the spectacular Blu-Ray edition of the greatest space fantasy adventure of all time.
Treats  include Wookie...
MARLBORO- On Sunday, August 18, Marlboro Meeting House, will hold its monthly Bible study. Focus will be on  Scripture readings Psalms 80: 1-2, 8-19, and the Gospel reading from Luke 12: 49-56. These are powerful readings and will generate good discussion.  
Bible study begins at 9 am,...
WILMINGTON:  The Vermont Agency of Transportation has announced that construction on Route 100 will cause delays on the MOOver’s Wilmington-West Dover route in particular and on the other routes that connect to it.
“Expect delays until the end of construction season,” said Christine...
WEST DOVER- There will be a community picnic at the Butterfield Commons on Tuesday, August 20, at 12:30 pm. Hot dogs with all the fixings and dessert will be served.
Reserve a spot by August 14 by calling SASH (Support and Services at Home) at (802) 464-0438; the limit is 20 people.  
WILMINGTON- A free series of Thursday lectures and workshops is sponsored by the Aging in Place Initiative but is definitely not  limited to seniors.
Everyone is welcome to participate in the downstairs recreation room at St. Mary’s in the Mountain on East Main Street in Wilmington from 3...
MONTPELIER- Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances were detected by New Hampshire health officials in bottled water produced by Spring Hill Dairy Inc., of Haverhill, MA and sold in Vermont as well as other New England states.
The water, which is sold under various brand names and lists the...
WILMINGTON- The Historical Society will host a potluck before its annual meeting on Wednesday, August 14, at 6 pm.
Bring a dish to share. Drinks, plates, cups, and cutlery will be provided. All are welcome
For further information contact Julie at (802) 464-3004.  

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