Photo by permission.
Transition Town Charlotte is pleased to show Woman at War, an Icelandic film by Benedikt Erlingsson on Thursday, July 25 at 7 p.m. at the Charlotte Senior Center. Popcorn and drinks offered. $5 donation
Thanks to all who helped us celebrate the kick-off of the library expansion fundraising! Special thanks to Nate Hodgson-Walker and Ted LeBlanc who provided great music on the library porch, as well as to Gilfeather’s Provisions and Philo Ridge Farm
Kids Cook Vermont
At Kids Cook Vermont summer camp, young campers have been cooking their hearts out this week, making meals to serve and share. The camp is designed to raise awareness around issues of food insecurity
The Charlotte Family Health Center opened in 1975. Since then, generations of patients have been treated there, experiencing small-town health care in a manner that could soon be a thing of the past.
Prospects forthe CFHC remaining in town are precarious
Outgoing Zoning Administrator Aaron Brown presents to the Selectboard on Act 143. Photo by Juliann Phelps
The Monday, July 8 Selectboard featured a full, albeit routine agenda, including a presentation from the outgoing zoning administrator on accessory
Reverend Don Chatfield
Interfaith minister Reverend Don Chatfield is joining All Souls Interfaith Gathering in Shelburne, Vermont, on July 15 to serve as lead pastor. All Souls is an inclusive spiritual center founded in 1999 by Rev.
Little Garden Market.
The friendly signs advertising sandwiches for the ferry and pulled BBQ pork are coming down. The Little Garden Market on Ferry Road, one of Charlotte’s few retail outlets, has been dark since early May,
The musicians of Playing for Good will play at the Charlotte Congregational Church on Sunday, July 14 at 5 p.m. to benefit Malayaka House.Photo contributed
There’s a whole pile of good going on at the Charlotte Congregational
Thousands of fishhook and spiny waterfleas encrust a fishing line in June 2019, giving the appearance of a long worm. Photo contributed by LCBP
Anglers returning from the waters of Lake Champlain at Shelburne Bay have reported
Celebrating our nation’s birthday on July 4th reminds us how lucky we are to live in a country built on democracy. We must also remember that our democracy was formed and is maintained by active participation of the governed, namely
S.D. Ireland’s Tyler Skaflestat picks one out of the air against Colchester Post 91.Photo by Al Frey
Concrete and bats make summer baseball
Shortly after they won the Division I state baseball championship, many CVU players put on
Anglers returning from the waters of Lake Champlain at Shelburne Bay have reported large quantities of invasive fishhook waterflea fouling their gear. Boat launch stewards with the Lake Champlain Basin...
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