Community Events

Bennington- Join the community on Sunday, August 30, at 4 pm  for a family celebration and painting of a Black Lives Matter street mural.  The painting of the mural will take place  in front of the Bennington Town Hall.   All members of the community are welcome to celebrate while listening to...

Artwork by Katherine Gass Stowe
BRATTLEBORO-  The Brattleboro Museum & Art Center presents a free tour of the exhibit Steven Kinder: 552,830, led by curator Katherine Gass Stowe, on Thursday, August 27, at 7:30 pm. Stowe will offer the tour via Zoom and Facebook Live. For more information visit brattleboromuseum.org....
WARDSBORO- The public is welcome to attend the monthly meetings of the Wardsboro Republican Committee on the third Thursday of each month, and specifically at 7 pm on Thursday, September 17, at the Wardsboro Town Hall on Main Street. 
The town hall is a large space and will ensure physical...

Mary Anne Howland
BURLINGTON– Registration is now open for Vermont Businesses for Social Responsibility’s 30th annual conference, “Future Forward,” which will be held virtually on September 22.
Vermont Businesses for Social Responsibility members, friends, and state legislators will gather for a full-day...
 GREENFIELD, MA – Registration is now open for the Connecticut River Conservancy’s Source to Sea Cleanup. This annual event, now in its 24th year, has grown into one of the largest river cleanups in the country. CRC invites volunteers to safely continue the tradition of getting dirty for cleaner...
NEWFANE- The Historical Society of Windham County’s annual silent auction will be held online from noon on August 28 until noon on September 4. 
The auction, which was originally scheduled for March as part of the society’s annual soup fest and silent auction fundraiser, was canceled due...
BRATTLEBORO- New Chapter, a Brattleboro-based wellness company, is leaving a lasting impact on the local food system by being Food Connects highest-level corporate sponsor.
New Chapter generously granted Food Connects $15,000 in 2019. This successful campaign focused on the build of a new...

Vermont Business Magazine awards Southwestern Vermont Heath Care.
BENNINGTON- Southwestern Vermont Health Care received a visit from Vermont Business Magazine representative Jessie Swétel, far right, earlier this month. She delivered an award for being one of Vermont’s best places to work in 2020.
It is SVHC’s sixth consecutive year as an honoree, and...

Nick Crossed
Adams, Ma-Avid cyclist and Rochester, NY, native Nick Crossed will complete a 334-mile ride from the Susan B. Anthony Birthplace museum in Adams to her graveside in Mount Hope Cemetery in Rochester, NY. The ride will take place August 21 to 26.
Since August 26 commemorates the ratification...

Clothing and textiles featured at the Vermont Historical Society Museum in Montpelier.
MONTPELIER-  A Vermont governor, not a first lady, wore a gown to the inauguration for the very first time in 1985. Throughout her decades long career, former Vermont governor, Madeline Kunin, broke this and many other barriers for women in politics. A new exhibition at the Vermont History Museum...

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