Marlboro


Marlboro voters gathered outside the Town House during a pandemic-era Town Meeting in 2021. Courtesy of Michelle Holzapfel
Marlboro will hold events in celebration of the 200th anniversary of its Town House this weekend. The event will feature exhibits, a mock Town Meeting, and presentations about community organizations. It is also an opportunity to celebrate new renovations.
Michelle Holzapfel is one of the...

Kids participate in a “Touch the Snake” event at a previous open house.
MARLBORO - Join the Southern Vermont Natural History Museum this Saturday, August 20, for their annual open house. There will be free admission from 10 am to 3 pm, up-close animal encounters and activities for the kids all day.
The Southern Vermont Natural History Museum is conveniently...
MARLBORO - Come hear classic American swing by local Zara Bode and Her Little Big Band on Sunday, August 21, at 6 pm at the Marlboro Community Center. Inspired by the likes of Duke Ellington, Django Reinhardt, and Ella Fitzgerald, the Little Big Band features top shelf chanteuse Bode and a...
MARLBORO - After a two-year hiatus due to COVID-19, the Marlboro Alliance will hold its 63rd summer benefit sale on Saturday, July 30, from 9 am to 3 pm, outdoors and under tents at the Marlboro Elementary School grounds, 2669 VT Route 9. Sales are by donation and will benefit the Marlboro...
MARLBORO - Feel welcome to join Marlboro Meeting House this Sunday, July 17, at 10 am for morning worship. Pastor Mathew Deen will lead the service, which will center on Luke 10:38 to 42, which complicates our notions of the “work” we do in the service of others. All are welcome to join us for...
MARLBORO - The Southern Vermont Natural History Museum has been awarded over $51,0000 from Vermont Afterschool through the Afterschool and Summer Expanding Access grant. The grant will help the museum fund two weeks of summer camp in August 2022 and afterschool programming during the 2022 to 2023...
MARLBORO - As planned, the Juno Orchestra Project will come to a gracious, natural end. Even with the ravages of the pandemic, the havoc it played, Juno finds its end after a wonderful five-year run. Thanks to all who helped along the way.
This final push for this project will be “Zenith...

Margaret Shipman
MARLBORO - On Saturday, June 4, the Southern Vermont Natural History Museum will be partnering with local artist Margaret Shipman in offering a unique opportunity for artists of all ability levels. Join Shipman on a creative adventure in collaboration with a wild Vermont woodland to make art....
  MARLBORO - On Saturday and Sunday, May 28 and 29, this Memorial Day weekend, the Vermont Crafts Council will celebrate the 30th year of its spring Open Studio Weekend, which spotlights the multitude of professional artists and craftspeople who live and create throughout the state.
In...

Landyn Moore, of Marlboro, holding her first catch, an 18-pound turkey. Photo courtesy Charlotte Moore
MARLBORO - Spring turkey season opened on the weekend of Saturday and Sunday, April 23 and 24, for youths 15 years old and younger who have successfully completed their hunters education. This year, 12-year-old Landyn Moore, of Marlboro, harvested her first turkey, which weighed 18 pounds and had...

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