Four F-35 fighter jets from the Air National Guard base in South Burlington streak over Copley Hospital, in a flight that went all around Vermont to honor frontline health-care workers.
Stowe’s Memorial Day ceremony — always held on May 30, the traditional day of observance — will not be held this year, another victim of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Stowe Theatre Guild has postponed its entire 2020 season to 2021.
Even “Much Ado About Nothing,” which was the only Guild show that hadn’t yet been canceled, has become much ado about something: COVID-19.
On June 16 from 5 to 6:30 p.m., the Lamoille Regional Solid Waste Management District and the Lamoille Chamber of Commerce will host a Zoom meeting to inform the public about the upcoming composting requirements coming into effect and answer questions.
Live music is coming off computer screens and into the streets next month. Spruce Peak Arts is organizing a drive-by concert series, bringing live music outside in this era of social distancing. On June 20, from 7 to 8:30 p.m., the first concert will kick off in Morrisville.
Meals on Wheels has partnered with N.A. Manosh and will relocate this fall to its location at 21 Munson Ave. in Morrisville. Among the advantages: plenty of parking, easy access to the building, and daily dining available.
The Stowe Jewish Film Festival will have its fifth annual incarnation despite the pandemic — presented online through the Spruce Peak Performing Arts Center.
Vermont singer-songwriter Christine Malcom and Rudy Dauth will perform a free 30-minute live concert on Wednesday, May 20, at 7 p.m. through the Spruce Peak Performing Arts Center’s YouTube channel.
In disappointing but unsurprising news, Stowe Performing Arts has canceled its planned, in-person “Noon Music in May” concert series, and will instead broadcast the lunchtime concerts online.
After considerable discussion and due to circumstances beyond its control, the Stowe High School Alumni Committee regretfully has agreed to cancel the 2020 alumni banquet, which was to be held…