An online survey conducted this summer revealed that Charlotters want more access to public transportation and more opportunities to walk and bike to destinations in their communities.
It will not be news to you that we’re living through a bellicose period in our nation’s history. In a normal time, this would make for an especially volatile campaign season leading up to the national elections on November 3.
We dress like bank robbers to grocery shop. We can’t visit or hug our loved ones. Too much screen time anyone? Fear. Confusion. Isolation and loneliness for some; way too much togetherness for others. Getting outdoors can help us stay sane—and healthy! Herewith are some ideas, prohibitions, constraints.
The Persist 5K Run/Walk, started by a group of Charlotte women, is on tap for Mother’s Day again this year. The family oriented, intergenerational run/walk begins at 9:00 a.m. on Sunday, May 12th (Mother’s Day) at the Community Sailing Center in Burlington.
In partnership with the Vermont Agency of Transportation and a number of other participating organizations and sponsors, the Southern Windsor County Regional Planning Commission and the Two Rivers-Ottauquechee Regional Commission will host the 2018 statewide Vermont Walk/Bike Summit on May 4, 2018, at the Barrette Center for the Arts through a partnership with Northern Stage in downtown White River Junction.