Community Events


Halifax School accepts a $3,500 check from the Big Y.
HALIFAX- Big Y Corporation has provided Halifax School with a gift that will keep on giving for years to come. Through Big Y’s annual Holiday Wish Sweepstakes, Halifax School was granted a $3,500 donation to put toward their food waste recycling goal.
The school is trying its best to go...

MOOver drivers, John Hall, Vince Rice, and Doug Lazelle participated in the sixth annual Vermont State Bus Roadeo on May 4.
WILMINGTON- Three MOOver drivers competed in the sixth annual Vermont State Bus Roadeo which was held May 4 in St. Johnsbury. Doug Lazelle, from Jacksonville, took third place out of 13 drivers who competed, representing eight of the state’s 10 transit providers.
Also representing the...
WILMINGTON- The C. C. Haynes Fund is offering scholarships. The fund was established with a bequest to the inhabitants of the town of Wilmington from the late Clinton C. Haynes, to be used for the benefit of agriculture in said town.  The fund  offers  two  annual scholarships of up to $1,000....

Wilmington’s Economic Development Director Gretchen Havreluk will participate in the Short-term Summit on May 19.
BRATTLEBORO- Hundreds of Vermont short-term rental owners will attend a Short-Term Rentals Summit on Sunday, May 19, and Monday, May 20, to review state policies, safety requirements, and hospitality skills. Airbnb and VRBO representatives will speak about their advocacy role for guests and hosts...
DOVER- The Dover Center Cemetery Association will hold its annual meeting on Monday, May 20, at 5:30 pm at the Dover Town Hall, 189 Taft Brook Road.  
All East Dover residents or direct relatives of those buried in the cemetery are welcome and encouraged to attend.  The agenda for the...
READSBORO- On Saturday, May 18, the fellowship group of the First Baptist Church, 7030 Main Street, will host a food and tag sale from 10 am to 2 pm. Donations of good used items for the tag sale and a favorite baked and savory foods for the food table will be gladly received.  From 11 am to 1 pm...

Jerry Cloutier, Sally Wadsworth, Mike Cooney, Linda Gifkins, and Nancy Ferrucci show off some of the many colorful annuals and perennials that will be for sale at the 2019 plant sale in Wardsboro.
WARDSBORO- The Friends of the Wardsboro Library is sponsoring its annual Memorial Day weekend plant sale on Saturday, May 25, at 170 Main Street. The Wardsboro Library trustees will also hold their annual bake sale at the same location beginning at 9 am.  
The plant sale features a large...
MARLBORO- On Sunday, May 19, from 7:30 to 10:30 am, there will be a spring migration bird walk at the Hogback Mountain Conservation Area.
Join naturalist Cherrie Corey for a morning walk to meet the arriving songbird wave and other harbingers of spring.  Tune in to the plumage and song of...
WILMINGTON- The public is invited to grow organic vegetables in the community garden at Howe Farm on Route 100.
Organized by the Wilmington Beautification Committee, 5 feet by 10 feet plots are available for the growing season.
For more information or to reserve a plot call Karen...
WILMINGTON- The Masons are ready to start this year’s bingo sessions at the Masonic Lodge on Main Street.
Bingo sessions will again be on Wednesdays, with the first session on May 22.  Doors will open at 6 pm and the first game will be called promptly at 7 pm.
 Snacks are available...

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