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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...
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...

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...

“Friendly Creature” by Katrin Waite
MANCHESTER- German-born, Shushan, NY-based artist Katrin Waite is the next artist to be featured in a solo show at Ellenbogen Gallery. The show, “What Remains | Scattered Memories,” presenting paintings created over six years, from 2014 to present, will open to the public on Saturday, July 25, at...

Michael Christopher Brown
BRATTLEBORO- The Brattleboro Museum & Art Center presents a free online talk by photographer Michael Christopher Brown on Thursday, July 30, at 7:30 pm. Brown’s current work documents the lives of people living on LA’s Skid Row, near Brown’s home. 
Katherine Gass Stowe will interview...
JACKSONVILLE    - On Monday, July 27, the Whitingham Free Public Library will reopen to allow the public inside the building. Calling ahead is recommended to avoid waiting, but not necessary. Patrons will be limited to four people inside at a time, with masks required, hand sanitizing at the door...
VERMONT- Forest Service officials are asking visitors to be mindful of trail conditions and respectful of others on national forests as the state continues to respond to the COVID-19 outbreak. 
With recent rains  and as more people look for opportunities to get outside in search of...
WILMINGTON– The MOOver announces schedule changes over the Fourth of July holiday weekend.
On Friday, July 3, there will be no Wilmington-Bennington service. All other MOOver routes, including Wilmington-Brattleboro, will operate as scheduled that day.
On Saturday, July 4, there...

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