Posts filed under: Recreation

CVU girls continued their dominance over opponents over the Green Knights while the boys outscored South Burlington by 14 points in the second half....
For a pandemic-driven school year, sports crop up at odd times and in limited spaces – limited in terms of fans-in-the-stands and in terms of where competition occurs so as...
Some of winter’s most active mammals are hiding in plain sight. Many are busy after dark and even those that move at twilight are good at staying out of sight....
The Charlotte Tree Tribe is pleased to announce a new champion tree, one not previously on the Hamilton Roster...
CVU’s ski racers saw only members of their own team on trails as they raced through the woods and down the slalom courses. This wariness of clustering several teams together...
You may have seen some different birds at your feeder recently. This year is an invasion year for common redpolls....
If the world seems quiet beneath its blanket of white, think again. Hidden in plain sight, or under the snow and ice, there’s plenty of winter activity. Here’s a window...
Both men’s and women’s Twin-State soccer teams that are scheduled to play New Hampshire in July were named recently....
Every year or so the Charlotte Tree Tribe, under the leadership of Tree Warden Mark Dillenbeck, invites all Charlotters to help update the Hamilton Roster of Champion Trees, named in...
CVU’s Jesse Klein joined Milton’s Chance Rose as High School All Americans as selected by the United Coaches Soccer Organization. Both were also among six Vermont players earning All Region...
As thoughts of the next gardening season are already coming to mind, I am reminded that we are approaching a good time for an important garden chore....
Hailey Chase, Lena Ashooh, Sophia Stevens were named to the 26th annual Burlington Free Press All-State Field Hockey Team. Hailey was a senior forward....
Thank you for outdoor recreation! The nicest thing anyone can do for a volunteer is to say, Thank you!...
During this time, many people are dealing with far more than just social isolation. There is also food and housing insecurity, financial stress, overwhelmed working parents, health concerns and family...
This holiday season, Christmas trees laden with cherished ornaments and twinkly lights evoking a sense of wonder, peace and warmth will adorn our homes....
Sara Nelson hoped 2020 would be her breakout year. She was making jewelry as a side business, and in 2019 she left the corporate world to make it a full-time...
Champlain Area Trails hosted a volunteer trail project at their new Essex Quarry Nature Preserve on Friday, Nov. 20. Volunteers helped staff cut brush and fallen trees along two separate...
Amaryllis, a popular holiday plant, is cherished for its showy flowers in hues ranging from stark white to dazzling red. ...
Julie Moore, Secretary of the state’s Agency of Natural Resources, and Bob Johnson, associate executive director of the Vermont Principals’ Association, said that things will happen differently this winter with...
Did the garden understand what a tough year 2020 was going to be for us humans?...