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Southern Vermont- The annual submissions process has opened for projects to be included in the Southern Vermont Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy. The CEDS is an action plan for growing the economy developed using a federally-prescribed, regional public process. Each year the CEDS is...
HALIFAX- On Saturday, January 11, at the Halifax Community Hall, 20 Brook Road, there will be a breakfast from 8 to 11 am. Items include regular, chocolate chip, and blueberry pancakes;  sausage; ham; scrambled eggs; eggs Benedict; hash brown potato casserole; and coffee, tea or juice.
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Using iNaturalist, over 7,000 Vermonters have added over 365,000 observations in just a few years.
BRATTLEBORO- Emily Anderson, of Vermont Center for Ecostudies, will explain iNaturalist and walk participants through the basics of recording their first observation on Saturday, January 11, from 9:30 to 11:30 am in  Holton Hall, 3rd floor, Winston Prouty Center, 209 Austine Drive.  For...
WILMINGTON- Bartleby’s Books will host two authors this January as part of Wilmington Works’ Snowflake Saturdays in the Village.  
On Saturday, January 11, at 4:30 pm, Sam Brakeley will discuss and sign his new book, “Skiing with Henry Knox.”
In 2015, Brakeley stood at a crossroads...
JACKSONVILLE-  Friday, January 10, at 6:30 pm, the Whitingham-Halifax Lions Club will host a prize bingo night at the Whitingham Municipal Center.
A wide variety of great prizes will be offered and refreshments will be available. Admission is $15 and all proceeds benefit Lions Club...
VERMONT- Whether an experienced gardener or just starting out, the University of Vermont Extension master gardener online course can help anyone expand their home horticulture knowledge.
The upcoming course will run from January 17 to May 22 and involves four to six hours a week for course...
BRATTLEBORO- A new writing support group for adults who have experienced any kind of death loss begins Thursday, January 9, 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. The group will be...
WILMINGTON- The American Red Cross will be conducting a blood drive at the Old School Community Center on Monday, January 6, from noon to 5 pm in the former library room. The Old School is at 1 School Street.

John and Rachel Lazelle, of Wilmington, are proud to announce the engagement of their daughter Robin Lazelle to John Hescock, son of Dan and Kathy Hescock, of Wilmington. The couple are both graduates of Twin Valley High School and live in Wilmington. A September 2020 wedding is planned.
NEWFANE- The Moore Free Library is hosting a number of events during the month of Janauary.
On Thursday, January 9, at 6 pm, learn about seed saving with Toni Kessler of West River Seeds. She will be presenting on the importance of seed saving for watershed. Come hear about why people need...

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