Event Features Tales of Region’s Early Settlers

The Woodstock History Center will offer “Forgotten Times Along the Connecticut River,” a presentation by Alec Hastings, Vermont author and history enthusiast on Monday, Sept. 18, at 7 p.m. The program chronicles the lives of ten European Americans who made their homes in Vermont during the 19th century.

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Wild Game Supper is Sept. 16 This Year

Saturday, Sept. 16, 5-6:30 p.m. Supper located at 2126 Hunt Hill Road in Windsor. Adults: $15 while 12 & under is $7. Look at their fantastic menu which includes: Wild Turkey “Mexican Enchiladas,” Moose-Venison-Bear Lasagna, spicy BBQ Moose Meat Balls, Jamaican Jerk (boneless venison) neck roast with fresh veggies, Smoke Trout, Game Stew, & Corn […]

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New Modified School Board to Hold First Meeting

Staff Report The new board that will govern the new Windsor Central Modified Unified Union School District (WCMUUSD) will meet on Monday, Sept. 18. This board is formed in accordance with Act 46 and results from local votes at town meeting in March to elect representatives to the board. On Monday, the WCMUUSD’s district organizational […]

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Woodstock Chamber’s Expect Art! , Sept 9-10

Rick Libbey of Andover NH, the Moose Man, wipes raindrops off of a photograph at the Woodstock Art Festival. Libbey specialized in stalking moose by kayak. (Rick Russell Photo) The annual art festival on the Green in Woodstock will be held on Saturday and Sunday, September 9-10.

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Suicide Six Has Role in World Cup

Staff Report The Woodstock area’s local ski mountain is one of two Vermont locations for international skiing competition in January. The United States Telemark Ski Association (USTSA) was recently selected by the International Ski Federation (FIS) to host two separate FIS Telemark World Cup events in January 2018. The United States Telemark Ski Association is […]

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Plymouth Folk and Blues Festival, Sept 2-3

PLYMOUTH NOTCH — The President Calvin Coolidge State Historic Site will host the 13th Annual Plymouth Folk & Blues Festival on Labor Day Weekend, Sept. 2 and 3. The event showcases Vermont and nationally known musicians. The concerts are free, although a donation is suggested. This year’s festival also features a food drive for the […]

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Brownstock Returns to Mt. Ascutney on Saturday, Aug. 19

BROWNSVILLE – Brownstock, taking place this Saturday, Aug. 19, offers an afternoon of music and festivities to support projects at Ascutney Trails, including the new Ascutney Outdoors Center. The event takes place from 1-6 p.m. at Ascutney Trails at 400 Ski Tow Rd. in Brownsville. Enjoy live music from local bands, hosted by Rick Davis. […]

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At The Taste of Woodstock, Expect Fun! Saturday, Aug. 12

The Taste of Woodstock- Expect Fun! is a festival of food, drink, live music, street performers, kids activities, dancing, tastings, and shopping will be held Saturday, Aug. 12, 2017, from 10 a.m. until 9 p.m. in downtown Woodstock, Vermont. This year the Woodstock Chamber of Commerce is again partnering with Artistree/Purple Crayon Productions to offer […]

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Troy Ramey, Bryan Frates to Play at Bentleys

Staff Report Musician Troy Ramey, the former Woodstock student who made national waves earlier this year on season 12 of NBC’s “The Voice,” will join his former WUHS classmate Bryan Frates for a show at Bentleys Restaurant in Woodstock at 6:30 p.m. on Aug. 6. After Ramey’s first airing on the “The Voice,” all of […]

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