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The Friends of the Charlotte Library are holding the second annual GET COZY RAFFLE...
Check out the Winter Schedule You will find the Charlotte Senior Center Winter Schedule (for December through February) inserted in this issue of The Charlotte News. The Winter Schedule has...
Shop local this holiday season at these local stores....
The Charlotte Library received $1,000 to implement upgrades to the plastic and e-waste recycling program....
Programs feature Ski and Ride, Basketball and Safe Sitter course....
The Vermont Agency of Natural Resources (ANR) is hosting a webinar to provide more details about the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funding opportunities available through the Agency.  The webinar is designed to help homeowners replace failed drinking...
Book Sale continues in the Library Program Room through November 30...
Library Book Sale: through October 30- The annual Charlotte Library Book Sale, sponsored by The Friends of the Charlotte Library, has been a popular and highly anticipated even...
“Spring passes and one remembers one’s innocence....
The annual Charlotte Library Book Sale, sponsored by The Friends of the Charlotte Library, has been a popular and highly anticipated event since its modest start in 1995....
Join Nordic Farm Thursday, September 23rd, from 4-7 pm for a Nordic Nite Out...
What do you get when you mix a beautiful Vermont summer morning with 1,100 golf balls, a helicopter and the Charlotte-Shelburne-Hinesburg Rotary Club?...
These courses are starting soon, so please make a note of the registration deadlines. Longer course descriptions can be found in the printed Fall Schedule, or on the website:...
Last chance for September Take & Make Kits: Dancing Dragons & Flower Fossil Ornaments...
Due to the increase in COVID cases, the CDC has issued new masking recommendations. As our policy throughout the pandemic has been to follow their guidance, we are now asking...
Vermont law requires political parties to reorganize in every odd-numbered year by electing members at town caucuses and then sending representatives to county committees, which send representatives to the state...
Will we be all fooled again into thinking fall is already here —only to have a few 90-degree days at the end of the month? We shall see....
Due to the increase in COVID cases in Chittenden county and in alignment with guidelines from CDC, the Charlotte Library will hold all public programs on Zoom through the month...
Summer is winding down, and the new Fall Schedule is an insert in this issue. It covers September to November, and all courses and events will be taking place in...