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Jul
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Fri
2016
Billings Farm, Foodway Friday
Jul 1 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

Every Friday discover how we use seasonal vegetables and herbs from our heirloom garden in historic recipes. Different take-home recipes each week! Through Oct. 28.

Billings Farm & Museum
802.457.2355

Storytime, Killington
Jul 1 @ 10:30 am – 11:00 am

Friday Storytime, 10:30-11:00 am
Join us for stories, songs and activities.

Sherburne Memorial Library, 2998 River Road
Killington, VT 05751

Woodstock Rec, 7th Annual Golf Tournament
Jul 1 @ 12:30 pm – 2:30 pm

Woodstock Rec Center’s 7th Annual Golf Tournament, Friday, July 1 at the Woodstock Country Club. The event will be a four man scramble with a 12:30 shotgun start, individual entry $125 / Foursome $500 Price Included; greens fees, cart, dinner, prizes and more. 1 Free Drink! 5-6pm, For more information call 802-457-1502

Fallout: Cold War Conflict and Conservation, Tour
Jul 1 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

Consider how the Cold War influenced environmental awareness. One hour tour visits 1960s-era fallout shelter (Steep steps). $8.00 Reservations recommended Every Tuesday Weekly & Every Friday Weekly from 05/31/2016 to 10/28/2016 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM

Magic: The Gathering
Jul 1 @ 3:15 pm – 4:15 pm

Friday Magic: the Gathering, 3:15-4:15 pm
New and experienced players welcome!

Sherburne Memorial Library
2998 River Road
Killington, VT 05751

Artist Reception – Ellen Cooper’s FLORA
Jul 1 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Friday, July 1, 4:00-6:00 p.m.
Artist Reception – Ellen Cooper’s FLORA

“Flora” is a show of Ellen Cooper’s most recent paintings as well as some earlier work. Ellen makes beautiful drawings that capture small details – focusing on essence rather than realism.
Ellen moved to New York City after art school. She has been a professional artist for many years and has lived in Vermont since 1991.

Artist Reception: “Flora”: An Exhibit by Ellen Cooper
Jul 1 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm

“Flora” is a show of Ellen Cooper’s most recent paintings as well as some earlier work. Ellen makes beautiful drawings that capture small details – focusing on essence rather than realism. After graduating from art school, Ellen moved to New York City. She has been a professional artist for many years and has lived in Vermont since 1991. She had a studio in Bridgewater for many years, taught art in Windsor for 11 years and now is retired. The exhibit will run through August 13th.

Gallery in the Garden, Silent Auction, Show & Reception
Jul 1 @ 4:00 pm – 6:45 pm

Gallery in the Garden: Silent Auction of Morrill Minis, Art Show Reception & Interpretive Tour of Historic Artworks
DATE: Friday, July 1, 2016

TIME:
4:00: Art of the Morrill Homestead interpretive tours (Main House)
5:00 Opening Reception, Meet the Artists & Live Music (Carriage Barn)
5:30 Silent Auction of Morrill Minis, & Reception (Education Center)
6:30 Auction doors close
6:45 Winners announced
LOCATION: Justin Morrill Homestead, 214 Morrill Memorial Highway Strafford, VT 05072

The Morrill Homestead’s annual Gallery in the Garden art show and silent auction has become a touchstone summer experience for many art lovers, featuring the works of fine artists from the Strafford community, the Upper Valley and beyond. Artists express their unique visions through works created in a variety of media and styles, from classical to abstract and from intimate settings to grand perspectives. Reception for the art show opening begins at 5:00pm with a silent auction of “Minis for Morrill” to follow—magnificent mini paintings by artists of regional and national reputation.

New for this year! The event will begin at 4:00 with first-ever guided tours of the historic artwork hanging in the Justin Morrill Homestead, including original paintings by Constantino Brumidi (“America’s Michelangelo”), an exquisite 1867 enameled glass window from France and an Italian oil painting that was donated to Morrill by George Perkins Marsh.

The art show reception will feature hors d’oeuvres and live music by Samantha Moffatt. “Sam” is a multi-instrumentalist and singer who has performed across the U.S, and in Europe with small ensembles, and was twice a guest on “A Prairie Home Companion”. Sam’s musical interests lie in world music, traditional dance tunes, jazz and chanson. Visit this web page and click below Sam’s photo to hear a sample from her CD “Gift from the River:”
http://healingourworldandourselves.org/speakerspanelists/samantha-moffatt/

The 2016 gallery of Morrill Minis can be previewed on our website: http://www.morrillhomestead.org/news-events/2012-programs-and-events/gallery-in-the-garden/

CONTACT: Phone: (802) 765-4288, Email: director@morrillhomestead.org

Hartland Farmer’s Market Fridays
Jul 1 @ 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm

The next Hartland Farmers’ Market will be Friday 6/17 from 4-7 at the Hartland Public Library fields.  Come support local vendors, while you get a bite to eat and listen to music performed by Kerry Rosenthal and company!

POP Club starts this week!  Kids can create their passport for the year, do the quiz and get some POP money to spend on veggies!

This week you can expect these vendors:
Clay Hill Corners
Fat Sheep Farm
Green Heart Farm
Hannah’s Kitchen
Hartland Granola
HeartLand Farms
LinDan Spinners
Nada’s Notes and Photos
Some Flowers-Vintage Glass Garden Art
Vermont Amber Organic Toffee
Vermont Simple Beauty
Wild Water Farm
ZZ Cakes

For a full list of vendors, check out our website:  www.hartlandfarmersmarket.com

Anything Goes, Performance
Jul 1 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

ANYTHING GOES
Thursday June 30 through Saturday July 2, 7 pm and Sunday July 3, 2 pm
The S. S. American is sailing between New York and England with a comically colorful assemblage of passengers: Reno Sweeney, a popular nightclub singer; her pal Billy Crocker, who is trying to win the favor of his beloved Hope Harcourt (she is engaged to another passenger, Sir Evelyn Oakleigh); and a second-rate conman named Moonface Martin. Song, dance, and farcical antics ensue as Reno and Moonface try to help Billy win the love of his life. An all-star cast of around 100 youth from Central Vermont and the Upper Valley presents this amusing story wrapped around one of Cole Porter’s magical scores. Presented with special permission by Tams-Whitmark.
Reserved seating: Adults $19.25, students $12.75
Tickets will go on sale in mid-June and can be purchased by calling our box office at 802-728-6464 weekdays between 3 and 6 pm.
For more info visit our website at www.chandler-arts.org
Chandler Music Hall, 71-73 Main Street, Randolph, VT

VSO Summer Festival Tour
Jul 1 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

**Gates open at 5:30 pm for picnicking and final “day-of-performance” ticket sales.**

Pack your passport in your picnic basket and join the VSO for a whirlwind tour of eleven countries, five continents–and beyond. From the Great Wall to a gypsy encampment to a hacienda to the far reaches of the universe, our music will transport you! The travelogue concludes with the 1812 Overture, marches, and fireworks.

Program Features:

LI HUANZHI – Spring Festival Oveture
BRAHMS – Hungarian Dances
HOLST – “Mars” from The Planets
STRAUSS – Auf der Jagd Polka
VERDI, arr. McAlister – “Triumphal March” from Aida
ENESCO – Rumanian Rhapsody No. 1
OFFENBACH, arr. Burden – “Can-Can” from Ballet Parisienne
GOULD – “Guaracha” and “Conga” from Latin American Symphonette
HARDIMAN, arr. Moore – Selections from Lord of the Dance
JOHN WILLIAMS, arr. Burden – Star Wars Medley
TCHAIKOVSKY – 1812 Overture

www.pentanglearts.org/event/vso-2016/

Advance: $32 Adults | Free for 17 & under with Adult ticket purchase
Day of Performance: $35 Adults | $ 5 Ages 6-17
*TD Bank cardholders and AARP members receive a discount on tickets!*
Discounts cannot be combined.

Public Astronomical Observing, Telescope Viewing
Jul 1 @ 9:30 pm – 11:00 pm

Public Astronomical Observing
Shattuck Observatory, Dartmouth College
9:30 pm to 11:00 pm every Friday from June 24th to August 19th
The Department of Physics and Astronomy offers free viewing through their campus astronomical telescope to the Dartmouth community and the public. Observation of the moon, planets and stars is available Friday nights during the Dartmouth term. Observing is only possible under good weather conditions – if the weather is questionable, call 603-646-9100 to confirm the status of a session.

Jul
2
Sat
2016
Appalachian Trails & Tales (Guided Hikes)
Jul 2 @ 9:30 am – 12:30 pm

*Hikes include activities and stories. They vary from 1.5 to 3 hours plus travel time to trailheads. 12 person limit. Registration required *Hike on the iconic long distance trail with the Green Mountain Club. Free. Meet at the Carriage Barn Visitor Center, Time: 9:30 AM to 12:30 PM 802/457-3368 ext. 222

33rd Annual Summer Arts & Crafts Festival
Jul 2 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

The Society of Vermont Artists and Craftsmen, Inc. presents its 33rd Annual Summer Arts and Crafts Festival, Saturday, July 2nd at Fletcher Farm School for the Arts and Crafts, Route 103 South, Ludlow, Vt. 10-4, Instructor Demonstrations, Juried Arts and Crafts, Children’s Activities, Chainsaw Carving, Food Concessions, Society Craft and Gift Shoppe Open, No Admission, Donations Appreciated.

Barnard Chicken Barbecue & Flea Market
Jul 2 @ 10:00 am – 3:00 pm

Barnard Fire Department Plans July Fourth Festivities
Now is the time to start thinking about cleaning out those garages, basements and attics for the Barnard Volunteer Fire Department’s annual flea market and chicken barbecue on Saturday, July 2 at the Barnard Town Hall. Anyone wishing to donate their gently used items for sale can contact Scott Mills at 234-7250 or Mike Manning at 234-5263 and they will be happy to arrange pick up of your donated items. This is a great way to clean out and help your local fire department. The flea market begins at 10 a.m. followed by the popular chicken barbecue at 11 a.m.

Billings Women: A conservation legacy of their own (Tour) @ Marsh - Billings
Jul 2 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

Discover how women influenced the development of the Billings Estate and the National Park. 60 minute tour includes a Mansion visit. Every Saturday Weekly from 06/04/2016 to 10/29/2016 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM

Polo Match, Sugarbush Polo Club
Jul 2 @ 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm

Sugarbush Polo Club Match
Saturday, July 02, 2016 2:00 PM
The Sugarbush Polo Club will be hosting a match here at the Quechee Polo Field on Saturday, July 2nd at 2pm.

This event is open to all and there is no charge to attend.

Please contact the Quechee Club with questions at (802) 295-9356 or email info@quecheeclub.com.

Polo Match, Sugarbush Polo Club
Jul 2 @ 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm

Sugarbush Polo Club Match will hold an event on Saturday, July 2, at 2 p.m. at the Quechee Polo Field on Saturday, July 2nd at 2pm. This event is open to all, there is no charge to attend. Please contact the Quechee Club with questions at (802) 295-9356 or email info@quecheeclub.com.

Bingo at Bridgewater Grange
Jul 2 @ 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm

Saturdays: Bingo at the Bridgewater Grange, Route 100A. Doors open at 5:30 pm, games begin at 6:30 pm. Refreshments available.

Coolidge Annual Summer Gala
Jul 2 @ 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm

The Calvin Coolidge Presidential Foundation will hold the annual Summer Gala event on Saturday, July 2, 2016 at 5:30 p.m. Featured speaker, Judge Edith Jones at President Calvin Coolidge State Historic Site.

Anything Goes, Performance
Jul 2 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

ANYTHING GOES
Thursday June 30 through Saturday July 2, 7 pm and Sunday July 3, 2 pm
The S. S. American is sailing between New York and England with a comically colorful assemblage of passengers: Reno Sweeney, a popular nightclub singer; her pal Billy Crocker, who is trying to win the favor of his beloved Hope Harcourt (she is engaged to another passenger, Sir Evelyn Oakleigh); and a second-rate conman named Moonface Martin. Song, dance, and farcical antics ensue as Reno and Moonface try to help Billy win the love of his life. An all-star cast of around 100 youth from Central Vermont and the Upper Valley presents this amusing story wrapped around one of Cole Porter’s magical scores. Presented with special permission by Tams-Whitmark.
Reserved seating: Adults $19.25, students $12.75
Tickets will go on sale in mid-June and can be purchased by calling our box office at 802-728-6464 weekdays between 3 and 6 pm.
For more info visit our website at www.chandler-arts.org
Chandler Music Hall, 71-73 Main Street, Randolph, VT

Music In The Mountains, Classical Concert Series
Jul 2 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

MUSIC IN THE MOUNTAINS CLASSICAL CONCERT SERIES
June 25 – July 30, 2016, Saturdays at 7pm • Ramshead Lodge, Killington Resort

JULY 2 – DOUBLE THE TREBLE, DOUBLE THE FUN
All aspects of KMF’s curriculum are combined into one challenging orchestra performance to maximize your entertainment! Artistic Director Daniel Andai conducts the orchestra while performing as solo violinist with
guest pianist Simon Ghraichy in Mendelssohn’s rarely played concerto in d minor for violin and piano.

For 34 years, internationally renowned musicians have performed in our Music in the Mountains chamber music series with the beauty of the Green Mountains as a backdrop. These distinguished artists also spend the summer at Killington teaching and mentoring young musicians who perform in the Young Artist Concerts Series.

Jul
3
Sun
2016
Killington July 4 Celebrations
Jul 3 – Jul 4 all-day

The Foundry kicks-off celebrations with a fireworks display on July 3rd, followed by the Killington Fire Department and Killington Parks and Recreation’s all-day 4th of July party and fundraising. Festivities include a parade, live entertainment, family activities, a BBQ, pool party, and fireworks on the River Road recreation fields.

Hidden Spaces Unique Places (National Park Tour) @ Marsh - Billings
Jul 3 @ 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm

Experience some of the park’s rarely-seen interiors. A sneak-peek behind the scenes in the Mansion, Belvedere and Bungalow.Some uphill walking. 90 minutes. $8.00; Reservations are recommended. Every Sunday Weekly from 06/05/2016 to 10/30/2016 1:00 PM to 2:30 PM 802/457-3368 x222

Anything Goes, Performance
Jul 3 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm

ANYTHING GOES
Thursday June 30 through Saturday July 2, 7 pm and Sunday July 3, 2 pm
The S. S. American is sailing between New York and England with a comically colorful assemblage of passengers: Reno Sweeney, a popular nightclub singer; her pal Billy Crocker, who is trying to win the favor of his beloved Hope Harcourt (she is engaged to another passenger, Sir Evelyn Oakleigh); and a second-rate conman named Moonface Martin. Song, dance, and farcical antics ensue as Reno and Moonface try to help Billy win the love of his life. An all-star cast of around 100 youth from Central Vermont and the Upper Valley presents this amusing story wrapped around one of Cole Porter’s magical scores. Presented with special permission by Tams-Whitmark.
Reserved seating: Adults $19.25, students $12.75
Tickets will go on sale in mid-June and can be purchased by calling our box office at 802-728-6464 weekdays between 3 and 6 pm.
For more info visit our website at www.chandler-arts.org
Chandler Music Hall, 71-73 Main Street, Randolph, VT

Brownsville/West Windsor 4th of July Events
Jul 3 @ 6:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Sunday, July 3rd starting at 6:30 til dusk at Ski Tow Road in West Windsor, the Moonlighters Club will be selling burgers/dogs/fries and The Lazy Cow will have a variety of ice cream for sale. Also a return of Cheryl the Clown for the kids enjoyment . Music will be supplied by the Grafton Cornet Band – all this followed by spectacular fireworks provided by Atlas Pyro.

On the 4th — a pancake breakfast (put on by The Brownsville Community Church), kid activities, arts/crafts vendors, food [burgers/dogs/pizza/ice cream/cotton candy], and a basket bonanza, all from 930-2 in the center of town.

The parade, at 1PM, in the center of town, w/ a theme of Back to Nature in Brownsville will have prize money for the 3 best floats, kids bike parade, antique vehicles/fire trucks, the Ludlow American Legion Color Guard Post #36 & the Vermont Field Music Fife and Drum will be present and more. Music will be supplied by the Firehouse Six Dixieland Band (11-2).

Port-a-potties available @ both events and donated by HB Plumbing of Springfield VT.
Feel free to call Cathy @ 802/484-1223 if you have questions/thoughts.

Jul
4
Mon
2016
The 40th John Langhan’s Green Mile Road Race
Jul 4 @ 8:00 am – 11:30 am

The 40th John Langhan’s Green Mile Road Race
Please join us for a 7.1 challenging run or walk through beautiful Woodstock, VT to celebrate the 4th of July! All participants receive a free t-shirt and snacks! We encourage you to bring a group of your friends and family to join in! The course can either be for a competitive run, a nice morning jog, or a leisurely walk through beautiful Woodstock!
There will be a free kids race with medals! It is a fun time with lots of dancing to the live music on the Green!
Event details and schedule
Registration: Begins 8 am on the Green
Runners Start: 8:30 am / Walkers Start: 8:30 am 
Kids Fun Run (10&U): 10:30 am – Medals for kids!
Pre-Register at http://www.active.com for $30.00

You can register the same day! Please come at 8am to register and it will be $35 on July 4th! For more information please contact Heather Vonada at hvonada@wcsu.net


All proceeds from the race benefit the Spectrum Teen Center in Woodstock, VT!

Brownsville/West Windsor 4th of July Events/ Parade
Jul 4 @ 9:30 am – 2:00 pm

Sunday, July 3rd starting at 6:30 til dusk at Ski Tow Road in West Windsor, the Moonlighters Club will be selling burgers/dogs/fries and The Lazy Cow will have a variety of ice cream for sale. Also a return of Cheryl the Clown for the kids enjoyment . Music will be supplied by the Grafton Cornet Band – all this followed by spectacular fireworks provided by Atlas Pyro.

On the 4th — a pancake breakfast (put on by The Brownsville Community Church), kid activities, arts/crafts vendors, food [burgers/dogs/pizza/ice cream/cotton candy], and a basket bonanza, all from 930-2 in the center of Brownsville.

The parade, at 1PM, in the center of town, w/ a theme of Back to Nature in Brownsville will have prize money for the 3 best floats, kids bike parade, antique vehicles/fire trucks, the Ludlow American Legion Color Guard Post #36 & the Vermont Field Music Fife and Drum will be present and more. Music will be supplied by the Firehouse Six Dixieland Band (11-2).

Port-a-potties available @ both events and donated by HB Plumbing of Springfield VT.
Feel free to call Cathy @ 802/484-1223 if you have questions/thoughts.

Billings Old Vermont 4th
Jul 4 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

Old Vermont 4th – A patriotic family celebration featuring the reading of the Declaration of Independence, a historic debate, wagon rides, making 1890 flags, spelling bees, sack races, playing historic base ball, and lots more. For more information go to billingsfarm.org

Hartland Old Home Day
Jul 4 @ 11:00 am – 9:00 pm

Hartland Old Home Day
11:00 Parade on Rte. 12 Food Booths; Antique Tractor Pull; Displays; Kids Games; Hartland Comm. Band Concert; Dancers Corner performance; Raffles; Musical Trivia; “The Moonlighters” Big Band at 7:00 PM in the Gazebo; Fireworks at Dusk. Rain/shine; FREE! Info: 802-326-2790 or: 802-436-2069

Coolidge: Parade to the Cemetery (July 4th event)
Jul 4 @ 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm

The annual parade to the cemetery will be held at Noon at Plymouth Notch, Coolidge Site. The ceremony include a parade to the cemetery for the presentation of the Presidential wreath. At 1 p.m. the Coolidge Foundation will lead a full-length, group reading of the Autobiography of Calvin Coolidge. This is an annual tradition and the public is encouraged to join the reading that takes place at the Union Christian Church in Plymouth.

4th of July In Woodstock Events
Jul 4 @ 6:00 pm – Jul 5 @ 9:00 pm

A 4th of July celebration will be held at the Woodstock Union High School grounds. There will be a cookout and picnic sponsored by WUHS project senegal (hamburgers, hot dogs, desserts and drinks)

Craft activities sponsored by ArtisTree/Purple Crayon Productions with Change the World Kids, Solar-Powered Bounce House – sponsored by Sun Common, with the Class of 2019

A Flag Ceremony performed by Ora E. Paul American Legion Post & Boy Scout Troop 220 held at 7 p.m.

Live Music Entertainment by Jack Snyder (aka Leyeax)

Ice Skating for families at Union Arena: 6:40 – 8:10 p.m. ($4/pp, Skate Rentals $6/pp)

Fireworks held at dusk

Politics of Food Discussion Group
Jul 4 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

This monthly group will – through reading, watching pertinent films, and discussion — look at the issues of how and what we eat. We will meet monthly and explore the following topics: the history of food, factory farming and the global food trade, the locavore movement, traditional vs. western diets, and the environmental and philosophical differences between a vegetarian diet and eating meat. This group will help participants look at their own relationship to food and where it comes from. It will build ties among participants, and it will build off of and support the Windsor Public Library’s seed library. Please call the library (or email librarian@windsorlibrary.org ) if you will need a copy of the book. Free. Windsor Library, 43 State St.

Jul
5
Tue
2016
Expressive Art Therapy, Bereavement
Jul 5 @ 9:30 am – 10:30 am

Weekly Bereavement Support Group through the use of the creative arts at Fox Expressive Art Therapy LLC, located in the second floor of the farmhouse at Artistree in Pomfret. Tuesday mornings 9:30am-10:30am

-no artistic talent required,all ages welcome. Call/email for more information expressivetx@gmail.com 802 779 1524

Time Travel Tuesdays, Billings Farm
Jul 5 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

5, 12, 19, 26: Time Travel Tuesdays – Every Tuesday experience late 19th century chores and pastimes in the farmhouse firsthand, and stay as long as you like. There’s plenty of work and fun for every age! Through August 23.

Where the Wilder Things Are, storytime @ Wilder Club and Library
Jul 5 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am

Tues., Aug. 13, 10 a.m.:  Where the Wilder Things are  story time at the Wilder Club and Library

Story Time
Jul 5 @ 10:30 am – 11:00 am

Hartland Public Library,
(802) 436-2473 or www.HartlandLibraryVT.org.

Fallout: Cold War Conflict and Conservation, Tour
Jul 5 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

Consider how the Cold War influenced environmental awareness. One hour tour visits 1960s-era fallout shelter (Steep steps). $8.00 Reservations recommended Every Tuesday Weekly & Every Friday Weekly from 05/31/2016 to 10/28/2016 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM

Italian Conversation Group @ Hartland Library
Jul 5 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

Italian Conversation Group – every Tuesday, 1pm – 2pm

802-436-2473
www.HartlandLibraryVT.org
Tues: 10-6, Wed: 12-8, Thurs: 12-8, Fri: 10-6 & Sat: 9-2

Bone Builders Classes
Jul 5 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Bone Builders Class: Tuesdays and Thursdays, now at 3-4 p.m. Adults of all ages are welcome to this free exercise program, developed at Tufts University. Call 457-3277
Please visit www.thompsonseniorcenter.org for details on all Thompson classes, programs, trips, and events.

Alzheimer’s Caregiver Support Group
Jul 5 @ 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm

Cedar Hill is Proud to Announce our New Alzheimer’s Caregiver Support Group
Do you care for someone diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease or a related dementia? Are you looking for information and support? You are not alone. Alzheimer’s Association Caregiver Support Groups provide emotional, educational and social support for family and friends of individuals with Alzheimer’s disease and other, related dementias.  Meet fellow caregivers who really understand because they’ve been there, too, when things are difficult or isolating.

The first Tuesday of each month from 3:30pm – 5:00pm
First Meeting: Tuesday, April 5 from  3:30pm – 5:00pm

Hosted by The Village at Cedar Hill
92 Cedar Hill Drive (off Rt. 5), Windsor, VT 05089
Refreshments will be served.
Please contact us to become a member of our Alzheimer’s Caregiver Support Group or for more information. Presented by: Alzheimer’s Association, Vermont Chapter Community Facilitators.
RSVP – Barb Greer at 802-674-2254

Ready, Set, Go: Animal Olympics
Jul 5 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Tues., July 5, 4 p.m.: Ready, Set, Go: Animal Olympics. Artifacts and live animals help kids ages 5-12 understand and compare athleticism of local wildlife and people.

North Country Chordsmen Meet, singing group
Jul 5 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

This non-profit organization presently has over 50 men in the chorus, meeting each Tuesday evening from 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm at the Church of Christ, 40 College Street, in Hanover, NH to enjoy an evening of singing and good fellowship. Men who like to sing are always welcome to stop by and experience the joy of singing in the barbershop style. Singing Valentines are just one example of the various community services provided by the chorus.

The North Country Chordsmen are the Hanover, NH, Chapter of the Northeastern District of the international Barbershop Harmony Society.

To learn more about the Chordsmen visit them on their website at http://www.nedistrict.org/ncchordsmen/

Woodstock Select Board Meets
Jul 5 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Woodstock – Town Select Board

Meets the 1st & 3rd Tuesday at 7:00 P.M.
Town Hall conference room, second floor

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