COMMUNITY CALENDAR Here is a list of Community & Non-Profit Events coming soon in our area:
Tuesday, September 19th
County Health Department is holding a rabies clinic at the Chazy Fire
Station, 9666 Route 9, from 6pm to 8:30pm. It is free to county
residents and their pets, but donations are welcome. Learn more at www.clintonhealth.org or call 518-565-4870
Wednesday, September 20th
A special history presentation, “AuSable Chasm: From Industrial Power to Scenic Wonder” by Jeff and Mary Ellen Dengler is taking place at the AuSable Town Hall, 111 AuSable Street in Keeseville at 7pm. All are invited.
Thursday, September 21st
Westport Federated Church at 6486 Main Street is having a roast pork dinner starting at 4:30pm with take-out available.
North Country Chamber of Commerce is having its Business after Hours at
the Strand Center Gallery, 23 Brinkerhoff Street in Plattsburgh from
5:30pm to 7pm. To make reservations or learn more, call 518-563-1000 or
go to www.northcountrychamber.com
Binghamville Methodist Church in Fletcher is having an old-fashioned
chicken pie Supper with seatings at 6pm and 7pm and until all are
served. For reservations, call 849-2120
The monthly meeting of the Alzheimer’s Caregiver Support Group is being held at Quarry Hill in South Burlington from 10am to 11am.
The Clinton County Health
Department is holding a rabies clinic at the Rouses Point Fire Station,
48 Lake Street, from 6pm to 8:30pm. It is free to county residents and
their pets, but donations are welcome. Learn more at www.clintonhealth.org or call 518-565-4870
Friday, Saturday and Sunday, September 22nd, 23rd & 24th
Episcopal Church on Route 15 in Underhill Flats is holding a tag sale
from 9am to 4pm on Friday and Saturday and from 10am to 3pm on Sunday.
Saturday, September 23rd
annual Bristol Harvest Festival is happening from 10am to 4pm on the
Bristol Town Green with over 65 vendors and fun for the whole family.
It is co-sponsored by the Addison County Chamber and the Bristol
The ALS Association Northern New England Chapter is holding the 2017 Walk to Defeat ALS at the University of Vermont’s Davis Center in Burlington. Registration begins at 9am and the walk kicks off at 10:30am. For more details, visit www.alsnne.org
Vermont Genealogy Library at 377 Hegeman Avenue, Fort Ethan Allen in
Colchester presents a talk on genealogical DNA testing with Ed McGuire
from 10:30am to noon. There is a suggested donation of $10. Learn more
at www.vtgenlib.org or call 310-9285
JUMP (Joint Urban Ministry Project) of Chittenden County is holding its annual “Run for Jump” at North Beach in Burlington to raise money to continue to help people with transportation, essential personal hygiene items, utilities, laundry and ids. Registration starts at 8:30am and the 5K and 1K runs/walks begin at 10am. For more information, go to www.jumpvt.org
The First Vermont Fairy Tale Festival for all ages is “Neverland” on the grounds of the Sherburne Library, 2998 River Road in Killington from 10am to 4pm. Libraries from around the state including Burlington’s Fletcher Free are presenting favorite tales. Costumes are encouraged. Learn more by emailing email@example.com or call 422-9765
Tuftonboro United Methodist Church at 129 Mountain Road, Route 171 in
New Hampshire is having a roast pork supper at 5:30pm. For
reservations, call 569-2097
The New Haven Volunteer Fire Department at 1839 Main Street is having a chicken barbecue beginning at 5pm.
Saturday and Sunday, September 23rd & 24th
annual Kids Fair and Festival is taking place at the Babbie Rural and
Farm Learning Museum, 250 River Road in Peru from 10am to 4pm both
days. Play old games, ride the stage coach and Thomas the Train, visit
animals and enjoy Border Collie/Sheep herding demos. Learn more at www.babbiemuseum.org
Sunday, September 24th
The Addison County Chamber of Commerce and the Snake Mountain Cruisers are hosting the 13th
annual Better L8 Than Never Car Show at The Rec Field in Bristol.
Registration opens at 8am. Spectator admission is free, but donations
for Camp Ta-Kum-Ta are being collected. For more details, go to www.betterl8thannever.com
Rokeby Museum on Route 7 in Ferrisburgh presents Vermont Historian
Kevin Thornton, who will share the story of Eliza Marsh and her
collection of autographs of abolitionists in the 1840s. The talk begins
at 3pm and is free with museum admission or $2.
The United Methodist Church of West Addison is having a chicken pie dinner at the Community House in West Addison at 12:30pm.
Tuesday, September 26th
The Northfield Community Development Network is holding its 2nd annual Northfield Night on the Common from 5:30pm to 7:30pm. The celebration of volunteerism in the community includes music by the Vermont Fiddle Orchestra and Ben & Jerry’s ice cream. It is sponsored by Northfield Savings Bank.
Wednesday, September 27th
The Caregiver Resource Center of Clinton County is offering a support group for all unpaid caregivers of anyone 60 or older from 6:30pm to 7:30pm at St. Peter’s Church in Plattsburgh. The presenter will be community navigator coach Barbara Marking. For more information, call Nicole at 324-3881
The First Wednesdays series in Chittenden County starts
at Ira Allen Chapel on the UVM campus in Burlington with writer,
humorist and regular contributor to the New Yorker, Calvin Trillin at
Friday and Saturday, September 29th & 30th
High School is hosting the largest and oldest ski and snowboard sale in
the area to support the Colchester ski programs, the Physical Education
Departments and athletic boosters.
Saturday, September 30th
Green Mountain Animal Defenders is holding its 7th
annual Walk for All Animals at Burlington City Hall on Church Street.
Check-in starts at 11am and the walk gets underway at noon. Register
ahead at www.give.classy.org/gmadwalk2017 and learn more at www.gmad.info
All Veterans and their families are invited to “Vermont Stand Down” at Barre Auditorium from 8am to 6pm. This event for homeless and at-risk Veterans offers comradery, food, clothing and access to a number of Veterans service organizations.