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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

George The Dummy Is Out On The Ice Waiting To Take That Icy Plunge

George The Dummy Is Out On The Ice Waiting To Take That Icy Plunge

by Kim Furlong & Carolyn DiCicco Across the Counter, News From Barnard General Store Hello from Across the Counter. Check out that sun! The days are longer warmer and even brighte ...

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Can’t Get A Man? Come To The Auction And Buy One

Can’t Get A Man? Come To The Auction And Buy One

by Kim Furlong and Carolyn DiCicco Across the Counter News from the Barnard Store Hello from Across the Counter. We must have checked in with the wrong groundhog! What a winter! I ...

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Towns Get Ready For 250th Birthday Celebrations

Towns Get Ready For 250th Birthday Celebrations

By Stephen McKay Special To The Standard In the summer of 1761, the bulk of what is now Windsor County, Vt. was largely an untamed wilderness. British King George II and his son G ...

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Photo Gallery: Exploring From The Classroom, Barnard Academy

Photo Gallery: Exploring From The Classroom, Barnard Academy

First and second-grade students at Barnard Academy learned about ancient India as part of their Core Knowledge curriculum. Last week, WCSU Middle School teacher Wanda Stetson visi ...

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ECFiber Eye Backroads Broadband Program

ECFiber Eye Backroads Broadband Program

By David Brown ECFiber Governing Board Some may argue that the Vermont Telecommunications Authority (VTA) hasn't accomplished much of its mission since being created back in 2007. ...

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East Barnard’s Lingelbach: Naturalist, Poet

East Barnard’s Lingelbach: Naturalist, Poet

By Margaret Edwards Special To The Standard EAST BARNARD - Jenepher Lingelbach of East Barnard has recently published a volume of poetry entitled "Words Like Leaves," that harkens ...

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60 Years After Korea, Barnard Vet Remembers

60 Years After Korea, Barnard Vet Remembers

By David Cogger Special To The Standard BARNARD - During the Korean War, Ralph Lessard commanded a small, nameless boat patrolling Pusan Harbor with a crew of two Korean men. Toda ...

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Recalling East Barnard Folk That Have Long Since Past

Recalling East Barnard Folk That Have Long Since Past

By Marian Leavitt Lavasseur, Barefoot Tracks in Vermont When I think of Old East Barnard, I think of the people who lived here for a long time or for a short time and I think of t ...

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Harry’s Big Log Was Too Big For A Team Of Horses To Haul

Harry’s Big Log Was Too Big For A Team Of Horses To Haul

Harry came to live in East Barnard Village in the late 1930s or early 1940s. He was a carpenter and did fine cabinet work. He had a small woodlot on the Pomfret hill beyond our fa ...

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45-Year Wait Ends At The Zuckmayer Farm

45-Year Wait Ends At The Zuckmayer Farm

By Gareth Henderson Standard Staff BARNARD - Hans von Schack tried many years ago to visit the old Zuckmayer Farm in Barnard, but was unable to find this historic gem despite best ...

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