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VERMONT- Forest Service officials are asking visitors to be mindful of trail conditions and respectful of others on national forests as the state continues to respond to the COVID-19 outbreak. 
With recent rains  and as more people look for opportunities to get outside in search of...
WILMINGTON– The MOOver announces schedule changes over the Fourth of July holiday weekend.
On Friday, July 3, there will be no Wilmington-Bennington service. All other MOOver routes, including Wilmington-Brattleboro, will operate as scheduled that day.
On Saturday, July 4, there...
WILMINGTON- The Pettee Memorial Library is hosting a bookmaking workshop on its lawn. Keep a summer journal of writing, found treasures, artwork, photography, and more.  Fill the pages with a summer to remember for many years to come.  
The workshop is Monday, June 29, 1 pm to 3 pm, and...
Dorset- Dorset Theatre Festival will suspend its previously announced 43rd season, scheduled to begin June 25.
Dorset, like many arts organizations and artists, is developing new ways of connecting in the world of social distancing. The Dorset Theatre Festival Women Artists Writing Group,...
Alison Wright
BRATTLEBORO- The Brattleboro Museum & Art Center hosts “Grit and Grace: The Empowerment of Women at Work in Global Communities,” a free, online talk with National Geographic photojournalist Alison Wright via Zoom on Thursday, June 25, at 7:30 p.m. The talk is presented in connection with the...
BRATTLEBORO- The Brattleboro School of Dance is offering online virtual dance classes that are open to all.   They want the local dance community to keep on moving and grooving.  
Mondays at 10:30 am: “Move a Little” with Holly.  A combination of basic stretch and strengthening exercises,...
“Avoid the Day: a New Nonfiction in Two Movements” 
Jay Kirk, Harper Perennial, 2020.
The day to be avoided in this “new nonfictional” book is the day of Jay Kirk’s father’s death. It’s imminent, but the father’s decline is slow enough for Kirk to avoid it in a variety of ways. He...
MARLBORO– Marlboro College archives and special collections currently housed in the college’s Rice-Aron Library will be going to the University of Vermont, where they will be carefully curated into the future. This announcement follows plans to form an alliance with Emerson College, in Boston,...
WINOOSKI - To all the graduating high school seniors in Vermont: VSAC wants to pay for takeout, to celebrate their achievements.
That’s right. Vermont Student Assistance Corporation will pay $50 toward takeout for five seniors each week through June 26. That could be pizza, subs or even...
Now it is not just the oldsters “Aging in Place,” it is the whole darned world. Who would have thought such a thing could or would happen? When the Aging in Place initiative got off the ground in the first place, I think it must have been at least five years ago, it was because of newcomers to...

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