Here is a list of Community & Non-Profit Events coming soon in our area:
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Friday June 24 from 10am-to-3:30pm: “Red Cross Blood Drive” at St. Mary’s Church in St. Albans.
Friday June 24 thru Sunday June 26: “Yard Sale & Food Booth” at the St. Thomas Church in Underhill. Open from 9am to 4pm each day.
Saturday June 25 from 10am-to-3:30pm: “Red Cross Blood Drive” at the Essex Experience in Essex, VT.
Saturday June 25 from 10am-to-3pm: The Vermont Military Museum and Library at Camp Johnson on Route 15 in Colchester is open for an appreciation of Korean War Veterans. There will be discussions on their experiences. If you are a Korean Vet or know one, email KOREA24JUN2022@gmail.com. The public is invited.
Sunday June 26: The Rokeby Museum on ROute 7 in Ferrisburgh opens its 2022 exhibit “Dissent! Abolition and Advocacy in Print.” Lean more at Rokeby.org
Sunday June 26 from Noon-to-9pm: The Joe Moore Benefit All-Day Music Festival features ten bands and a number of guests at The Green at the Essex Experience from noon to 9pm with all proceeds going to to Joe’s battle with cancer. Doors open at 11am. Purchase tickets or make a donation at www.joemooreband.com/benefit
Sunday June 26 at 7pm: HANDS (Helping and Nurturing Diverse Seniors) is having a benefit concert at Shelburne Vineyard at 7pm with Paul Asbell and African multi-instrumentalist Mikahely performing. Tickets are $1o in advance and $ 12 at the door. Learn more at www.handsvt.org
Sunday June 26 at 7pm: The Westford Common Hall Music Series presents Jerry “Guitar Man” Thiggen in concert at 7pm on the Common, Route 128 in Westford.
Sunday June 26 from 10am-to-2pm: French Heritage Day Winooski is back on Winooski Falls Way in front of the Champlain Mill. There will be live music, vendors, activities and more. The event and parking are free. For more information, go to www.downtownwinooski.org/FrenchHeritageDay
Monday June 27: The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs is encouraging Veterans, service members and civilians who are trauma survivors to take a simple self-screen test for posttraumatic stress disorder on PTSD Screening Day. For more details, visit www.ptsd.va.gov
Tuesday June 28 from 12pm-to-5pm: “Red Cross Blood Drive” at The Depot in St. Albans.
Tuesday June 28 from 10am-to-2:30pm: “Red Cross Blood Drive” at Montpelier City Hall.
Thursday June 30 at 5pm: The North Hero Public Library is launching “Life in the Islands”, an online project virtually collecting rich, local histories in the form of audio stories and photographs. An open house at the North Hero Community Hall on Route 2 begins at 5pm to explain the project and offer a few examples.
Now through June 22: The Burlington Rotary Club is celebrating its 100th Anniversary this fall and are looking for current and former members and others interested in helping celebrate the Centennial. Learn more at BurlingtonVTRotary.org
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