Posts filed under: Local Events

  Lynn Monty | Editor in chief Strawberry season is in full swing and Adam’s Berry Farm is finally buzzing. Its first harvest is underway about two weeks later than...
Again this year the Friends of the Charlotte Library book sale will be on a Sunday— July 9—from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. You’ll find our usual tent on the...
Edd Merritt | Contributing Editor Sympathy: is extended to family and friends of Phyllis Aube who passed away May 4 at the age of 75. Her surviving family includes her...
Linda Hamilton | Contributor For more than 25 years, Charlie Proutt of Horsford Nursery has donated and, with the help of the students, has planted trees at Charlotte Central School...
Elizabeth Bassett | Contributor In Charlotte mud season is a distant memory. Outdoor thoughts stray to hiking, biking, kayaking and wildflower walks. Trees are in leaf and lilacs bursting. What’s...
Edd Merritt | Contributing Editor Congratulations: to Tom and Lori Delia, Charlotters, who for 24 years have owned and operated Trattoria Delia Restaurant as well as its neighboring wine bar...
It’s time to grab those green bags and pitch in! Every year, for 47 years, neighbors join forces to create a litter-free community. In fact, Vermont was the first state...
An event honoring Vermont’s Civil War history took place at Barnes and Noble Booksellers in South Burlington on April 1. A portion of the day’s sales supported the restoration of...
Mark Dillenbeck | Tree Warden Stately elm trees with their characteristic vase-shape crowns once towered over forest canopy and urban landscape alike. Because of their size, abundance and beauty, elms...
Editor’s note: After the Track is connected to Charlotte through its formal agreement with Champlain Valley Union High School to provide internships and other opportunities for students who want to...
Here is a compilation of events happening on our area. Please email Lynn@TheCharlotteNews.org to list your community event. Moth-inspired: Storytelling, live music and good food will be served up at...
Lynn Monty | Editor in Chief It’s the one-man show and old-school maple sugaring operation run by native Charlotter Pat Leclaire since 2012 that had folks stopping in for a...
The Burlington Yaroslavl Sister City program is a nonprofit group promoting the exchange of people and ideas between Burlington, Vermont, and Yaroslavl, Russia. Continuing a long tradition of cultural exchange...
Get to know your local screen printer. Evan Webster Ink, at 120 Graham Way in the Shelburne Green business park, is opening its doors to the public from 4:30 to...
Submitted by Lindsay Longe The Charlotte Land Trust will host a public talk by Sue Morse at 7 p.m. at the Charlotte Senior Center on March 29. Morse is a...
Macushla, or Cush, the golden retriever shop dog at A Little Something in Shelburne, celebrated his 10th birthday with a fundraiser to benefit Passion 4 Paws, a dog rescue group...
Submitted by former Charlotter Lisa Patton Once again the Milk & Honey Quilters’ Guild is preparing for a quilt show, and the first item on the agenda was to make...
Submitted by Barbara Lawrence Hello Old Friends! You are invited to a Red Balloon Reunion. Please save the date! When: 2 p.m. on Saturday, August 5 Where: Red Balloon at...
Amy Snow Lothrop | Contributor During the last two years the Vermont Adaptive Ski and Sports program at Bolton Valley Resort has supported kids of all ages and Vermont veterans...