Posts filed under: Local Events

Our OPEN flag is out. Do stop by to say hello, 9-4, M-F—we’re right across from the post office....
The Charlotte Energy Committee (CEC) is excited to announce its new website. The new site breaks down a vast amount of information into easy sections, using photos and charts for...
Renowned aerialist and choreographer Pamela Donohoo headlined Juneteenth festivities at the Clemmons Family Farm on June 21....
The second “Grange on the Green” of the summer will take place on Thursday July 8th from 5 p.m. – 7 p.m. on the Town Green. Music on the library...
The Friends of Carpenter-Carse Library is holding its second annual Garden tour of six beautiful Hinesburg gardens on Sunday, June 13 from 10:00 to 3:00. ...
Resiliency happens when people work as a community—talking, listening, encouraging, supporting and respecting one another and doing whatever each can to make our community safer....
On the one hand, curbside collection for take-out, extra packing for health and safety, and compulsion to drink away pandemic sorrow could have meant the gullies along Spear Street would...
Antique Clocks  … Drones … Native Americans … Poems from the Wilderness … Shelburne Country Store’s history …and a SPIN-A THON?   What on earth is the common link?  If you...
Do you have old stereos, VCRs, boomboxes, etc. that are just cluttering your house? Are you wanting to be sure they don’t end up in the landfill? Then we have...
Did you know that Vermont was the first state to designate a day of the year to clean up litter along the roadsides? And on that day in 1970, 51...
Join Lake Champlain Waldorf School's Virtual Observation Morning followed by an informal lunchtime chat with teachers....
Our Lady of Mt. Carmel/St. Jude’s Catholic churches and Charlotte Congregational Church, UCC Advent & Christmas Events....
First, I got a text from my friend and colleague Elizabeth Langfeldt floating the idea of organizing some kind of Charlotte holiday light tour. The next day, I got a...
Close your eyes, and imagine you’re in the Charlotte Central School MPR. Tables are set up by local artisans and entrepreneurs selling everything from calendars to face lotion to knitwear...
The Junior League of Champlain Valley distributed its Diaper Bank’s 450,000th diaper to partner agencies statewide this week, and raised just over $5,800 in its JLCV Community Challenge in this...
The Recreation Commission and Charlotte Recreation held a beach sculpture challenge this fall....
The Vermont Secretary of State’s Office was in charge of mailing out absentee ballots to every active registered voter in the Town of Charlotte. They started the mailing on Sept....
Trick or treating won’t be the same this year, but some Halloween traditions can’t be taken down by the coronavirus: as long as you have a squash and a sharp...
Thanks to the generosity of Charlotte voters, the Town has allocated $57,000 to build the next section of trail. ...
It wasn’t the ideal 20th anniversary celebration of the East Charlotte Tractor Parade, but like everything else this year, it was memorable, nonetheless. The weather was glorious, the leaves were...