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    Burr and Burton Academy teacher honored with 2015 Victor R. Swenson humanities educator award

    10/09/2015 03:57 PM EDT
    MONTPELIER >> The Vermont Humanities Council has named Burr and Burton Academy teacher Sigourney "Sunny" Wright as its 2015 humanities educator of the year. VHC will honor Wright with the thirteenth Victor R. 
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    VEEP offers free hands-on science workshop for every classroom in Vermont
    10/09/2015 03:42 PM EDT - BENNINGTON >> Vermont students can become scientists or energy engineers for a day this year, at no cost to their teacher or school. The Vermont Energy Education Program is offering one free hands-on workshop for every class in Vermont during Full Story

    Leahy announces $8.7 million for state's victims of domestic and sexual assault
    10/09/2015 03:28 PM EDT - BURLINGTON >> Senator Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., a former prosecutor and longtime champion for crime victims and victims of domestic violence, Friday announced that Vermont will receive more than $8.7 million from the U. Full Story

    Public archaeology and volunteering day at Bennington Battlefield
    10/08/2015 03:11 PM EDT - WALLOOMSAC, N.Y. >> A Public Archaeology Day will be held at the Bennington Battlefield State Historic Site in Walloomsac off Route 67 on Oct. 24 The event is open to the general public and free of charge. Full Story

    Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department announces strategic plan to conserve wildlife
    10/08/2015 02:35 PM EDT - MONTPELIER >> The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department has released a draft Wildlife Action Plan that lays out the state's strategic vision for conserving species during the next ten years. The plan assesses the health of Vermont's wildlife and Full Story

    GMALL presents 'Amazing Universe,' Poetry workshop
    10/08/2015 02:25 PM EDT - MANCHESTER >> If you missed it last winter, now is your chance to experience The Amazing Universe with BBA Teacher and perennial GMALL favorite, Bill Muench. Green Mountain Academy will offer a four-part course which will explore exciting Full Story

    Wardsboro's Gilfeather Turnip Festival set for Oct. 24
    10/08/2015 02:24 PM EDT - WARDSBORO >> Plans are well underway for the 13th Annual Gilfeather Turnip Festival, scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 24, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m in the Wardsboro Town Hall and under the big tent and many smaller ones on Main Street. Full Story

    VAE Basement Music Series kicks off in its new location
    10/08/2015 02:21 PM EDT - BENNINGTON >> Vermont Arts Exchange (VAE) is thrilled to announce its new location for the Basement Music Series at the Masonic Temple at 504 Main Street in downtown Bennington. The 2016 season kicks off on Saturday, Jan. Full Story

    Today's calendar
    10/08/2015 01:03 PM EDT - Today, Oct. 8 Arlington Veteran meetings: 6 p.m. Combined monthly meeting of the Legionnaires, Sons and Auxiliary — Post 69, 7 p.m. monthly meeting of Arlington American Legion Auxiliary Unit 69, 7 p. Full Story

    HooRWA to host program on state of the Hoosic River
    10/08/2015 09:37 AM EDT - The state of the Hoosic River WILLIAMSTOWN, MASS. >> The public is invited to join the Hoosic River Watershed Association Board and our many members to hear the latest about the Hoosic River's health. Full Story

    American Association of University Women sponsors talk
    10/07/2015 03:35 PM EDT - BENNINGTON >> The public is invited to a free talk about Hands in Outreach, a Berkshires-based nonprofit organization that sponsors the education of poor girls in Nepal. The speaker will be Hands in Outreach founder and executive director, Full Story

    Upcoming Hoosick Hootenanny to benefit Hoosick Falls Health Center celebrates local producers
    10/07/2015 03:35 PM EDT - HOOSICK FALLS, N.Y. >> Mark your calendar, the Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation (formerly Hoosick Falls Health Center) Foundation presents, "Hoosick Hootenanny!" Join the celebration of local flavors on Oct. Full Story

    Statewide car raffle to support the Vermont Foodbank
    10/07/2015 03:35 PM EDT - BARRE >> Drive for Charity is a unique opportunity to donate to the Vermont Foodbank and enter to win a brand new car. For just $5, participants are entered to win a new Subaru Impreza, Toyota Corolla, Honda Civic, or Toyota Scion tC. Full Story

    Eagles to hold tag sale
    10/06/2015 04:00 PM EDT - MANCHESTER >> The Manchester Eagles are having a tag sale on sATURDAY, Oct. 10 between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. Several spaces are still available. Members and the public can purchase a space for $10. The Eagles are a charitable organization that Full Story

    10th annual Pumpkin Carving Festival: Carve pumpkins at Equinox; help the Community Food Cupboard
    10/07/2015 12:14 PM EDT - MANCHESTER — Saturday, Oct. 17,is set to be celebrated in style with the 10th Annual Pumpkin Carving Festival from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m. at the Equinox Valley Nursery, home of the Community Pumpkin Patch. Full Story

    Stratton Brewfest planned
    10/06/2015 03:54 PM EDT - STRATTON MOUNTAIN >> While Oktoberfest energy palpitates in the crisp fall air, Brewfest returns to Stratton Mountain's Columbus Day Weekend, featuring over 100 craft beer, cider and mead from 11 states and four countries. Full Story

    Santa to stop by Christmas Days
    10/06/2015 03:14 PM EDT - SUNDERLAND >> Mark Oct. 17 on the calendar for one of the highlights of the foliage season. That's the day "Santa" will be making his annual visit to Christmas Days, a year-round Christmas shop located on Route 7A between Arlington and Full Story

    French conversation group forming
    10/06/2015 03:04 PM EDT - MANCHESTER CENTER >> Brush up on your French conversation skills at Manchester Community Library. Burr and Burton Academy, Maple Street School, and MCL are teaming up to offer a six-week session on Tuesdays, Oct. Full Story

    A taste of fall
    10/06/2015 01:53 PM EDT - DORSET >> Mounds of pumpkins and gourds adorn the Dorset Union Store and neighboring 3 Pears Gallery, whose proprietors are co-hosting a Harvest Event on Saturday and Sunday of ColumbusWeekend. The two businesses are decked out to celebrate Full Story

    Auditions starting for Christmas play
    10/06/2015 01:24 PM EDT - DORSET >> The Dorset Players' holiday production will be a stage rendering of Barbara Robinson's children's classic, "The Best Christmas Pageant Ever." Performances will be held on Dec. 4 and 11 at 7:30 p. Full Story

    GNAT-TV program highlights
    10/06/2015 12:52 PM EDT - Front Page - Talking about Act 46 with School Superintendent, Dan French. Channel 15 & Channel 8, Wednesday at 9:30 p.m., Sunday at 7:30 a.m. Life of the Party! - Guests, Jerry Carr, Pat Musick, Jerry and Mary Matulka join Chef, Amy Chamberlain as Full Story

    Therapy Dogs of Vermont clinic and test
    10/05/2015 07:58 PM EDT - MANCHESTER >> On Saturday, Oct. 17 Therapy Dogs of Vermont will be holding a clinic and test at the Masonic Lodge on Spruce Street. The pre certification clinic starts at 10 a.m. and is a two and a half hour session for $90. Full Story

    Car wash fundraiser planned
    10/02/2015 11:28 AM EDT - MANCHESTER >> The MEMS Field Hockey Team is having a car wash on Saturday, Oct. 10 from 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. at MEMS. The price is $5 per car. All proceeds will go towards team uniforms. The "Lady Cats" are a community team with girls in grades Full Story

    Harvest Fest set to roll
    10/01/2015 10:35 AM EDT - STRATTON MOUNTAIN >> Stratton's Columbus Day Weekend Harvest Fest aims to fill the Village with family fun Oct. 10-12. Harvestfest is a fall-spectacular with live music, hay rides, carnival games, pumpkin painting and caramel apple dipping. Full Story

    VFW essay contest set
    10/01/2015 10:32 AM EDT - MANCHESTER >> VFW Post 6471 Adjutant Steve Leach has announced that the 2015 Patriots Pen essay contest, sponsored by The Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) of the United States and locally by Harned-Fowler VFW Post 6471, is open to all 6th, 7th Full Story