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Category: Barnard

Barnard Town Hall

Barnard Town Hall

Click on the image above to get a map to the area.

Click on the image above to get a map to the area.

Barnard is a town in Windsor County, Vermont, United States. The population was 947 at the 2010 census.
Barnard is home to the Chateauguay Conservation Area comprising lands in Barnard, Bridgewater, Killington and Pittsfield.

Other: BarnArts, Twin Farms, Fable Fable, Feast and Field Cooperative, the Progressive Club, Barnard Helping Hands, Barnard BEES (Barnard Educational Endeavor Society), Barnard General Store and Silver Lake State Park.

Recent Barnard News

Photo Gallery: Fable Farm CSA, Barnard

Photo Gallery: Fable Farm CSA, Barnard

Locals gather on Thursday Evenings June through October at Fable Farm CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) right in downtown Barnard. ...

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Barnard Residents Request ‘Under 5MPH’ Limit On Lake

Barnard Residents Request ‘Under 5MPH’ Limit On Lake

Approximately 40 citizens, mostly from Barnard, with some from surrounding towns, showed up at Barnard’s town hall for an evening meeting on Tuesday, July 26.  ...

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Barnard Filmmaker Zagar Tapped As Rep

Barnard Filmmaker Zagar Tapped As Rep

By Laura Power Special To The Standard BARNARD  — Guys like Teo Zagar are increasingly rare in Vermont. He’s a nugget of that precious resource that almost any human community nee ...

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Photo Gallery: Silver Lake Appreciation Day

Photo Gallery: Silver Lake Appreciation Day

Silver Lake Appreciation Day brought people out into the sun for some wet fun last Saturday. ...

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Photo Gallery:  Barnard Community Softball Game

Photo Gallery: Barnard Community Softball Game

Barnard Recreation Department held a community wide softball game on Sunday ...

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Photo Gallery:  Barnard Street Dance

Photo Gallery: Barnard Street Dance

Barnard celebrated its 16th annual Street Dance on Saturday with live music by Jeanne and the Hi-Tops and Hank's Theory. ...

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A Book To Die For

A Book To Die For

In 2009, soon after Lillian Wuttke De Giacomo finished packing up in Barnard, where she had lived for 27 years, to move to Cavendish, Vermont, to be near her son, she began to con ...

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**BREAKING NEWS:**<br /> Gov. Shumlin appoints Zagar to Windsor County House seat

**BREAKING NEWS:**
Gov. Shumlin appoints Zagar to Windsor County House seat

Gov. Peter Shumlin today named Teo Žagar to serve in the Vermont House of Representatives, representing the towns of Barnard, Hartford and Pomfret. ...

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Katie Levasseur Is 2011 Miss Vermont

Katie Levasseur Is 2011 Miss Vermont

Katie Levasseur, granddaughter of Marian Leavitt Levasseur of East Barnard, has been crowned with the “Miss Vermont” title. ...

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Redistricting May Bring Big Changes

Redistricting May Bring Big Changes

Rarely has the term “political calculus” been more apt than when it comes to the process of redrawing the voting district boundary lines that determine which towns’ voters will be ...

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