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TOWNSHEND — The Friends of the Townshend Library are seeking donations for their annual book and bake sale for the weekend of Oct. 7, 8, and 9.The Friends are accepting books, audiobooks, CDs, … more
BRATTLEBOROThe Brattleboro Floral Arts & Garden Club will meet on Oct. 9 at 6 p.m. at the Green Mountain Chapel on Western Avenue, right next to the covered bridge. The annual Souper Supper is a … more
BELLOWS FALLSAmerican Baptists"That's not fair!" Sound familiar? All have said it, or even yelled it. Sometimes we do all the work in a group and everyone gets the same amount of credit, even the … more
BRATTLEBORO — All Brown Bag Lunches take place from noon to 1 p.m. at the Robert H Gibson River Garden, 157 Main St., and are free and open to the public. On Monday, Sept. 25, learn about … more
PUTNEY — Running on empty is no way to live.September is Hunger Action Month. The Putney Foodshelf, a non-profit organization which provides healthy supplemental food for area people in need, … more
BRATTLEBORO — The town of Brattleboro is looking for citizens to serve on the following committees and boards: Agricultural Advisory Board, ADA Advisory Committee, Arts Committee, Citizen … more
BRATTLEBORO — At the United Way of Windham County, caring is a super power.United Way is inviting local superheroes from area towns, companies, schools and civic organizations to participate in volunteer service projects across Windham County … more
MONTPELIER — The "Take 5" retail training video series, produced and distributed by the Vermont Farm to Plate Network, helps Vermont retail stores effectively source and merchandise more local food. The video series provides retailers with … more
GUILFORD — On Sunday, Sept. 24, at 2 p.m., Don McLean, of Guilford, will speak about his mother, Jean Stewart McLean, and will preview the first-ever performances of her short plays, which will be produced by Guilford Center Stage at Broad … more
BRATTLEBORO — All Brown Bag Lunch events take place from noon to 1 p.m. at the Robert H Gibson River Garden, 157 Main St., and are free and open to the public. O n Wednesday, Peg Alden speaks about how a small group of local activists has … more
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