Scenes from Lamoille County Field Days, held this past weekend at its usual spot in Johnson, included plenty of corn dogs and kettle corn, equestrian contests, musical talent, cast-iron skillet tossing, and rides galore.

Independence Day’s version of the alternative radio station, the annual Moscow parade once again wound its way through Stowe’s southern burg, with its boombox brigade and choreographed lawn chair antics, as well as a spin through by the fire trucks.

After a pandemic year without a Fourth of July parade, participants stood tall Sunday for Independence Day — literally, in the case of Grand Marshall Dr. Mark Levine, the state’s go-to for COVID-19 updates for the past 16 months, or the slender lad dressed as Uncle Sam.

It’s all about volleyball these days on the Moscow Recreation Field, conserved by Stowe Land Trust, and which features two popular sand volleyball courts.

Graduates in powder-blue robes and cars covered in cheerful blue-and-white paint gathered in South Burlington High School’s parking lot June 12, preparing to travel to the school’s 2021 graduation ceremony at the Champlain Valley Expo, all preceded by the second-ever parade of graduates.

A group of Stowe citizens held a rally on Main Street, Friday, June 4, in support of survivors of domestic and sexual violence in light of recent allegations made against Stowe’s fire chief.

Normally held the first Tuesday in March, the pandemic turned the annual Town Meeting Day into ballot-only affairs, except for those towns that took advantage of legislation allowing them to push their meetings back in hopes of relaxed restrictions and nice weather.