View the latest updates on business operations (including town services, restaurants, activities, lodging and shops) and events courtesy of the Stowe Area Association. As Vermont slowly begins to reopen, the information can change rapidly, so please check with a business before going there.
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.
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.
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.
The soft, folksy songs of Burlington band Cricket Blue practically beckon the listener to come closer.
Since March, duo Laura Heaberlin and Taylor Smith have had to keep fans at more than arm’s length, awaiting safer days for live performances.
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.
One of Stowe’s signature events, Music in the Meadow, is another victim of the coronavirus crisis.
“My Polish Honeymoon” is the second of three films in the fifth Stowe Jewish Film Festival, being presented online through the Spruce Peak Performing Arts Center.
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.
Once, when I was little, I was so thrilled to come across a gorgeous, dark red trillium that I picked it and placed it in a vase in the house. I was disappointed when it quickly wilted. And it smelled bad.
Opening day was May 10 at the Waterbury Stowe Fish and Game Club, 5365 Waterbury Stowe Road, Waterbury.
As spring arrives, so do… bats? Like many other naturalists, I spend lots of time during this season looking for migrating salamanders and blossoming bloodroot. I’ve never thought much about what bats are doing this time of year.
Shop locally. Spend locally. Invest locally.
Buying and shopping locally helps independent businesses, which in turn helps all of us shape our community’s distinct flavor, personality and character. When you shop local you make a personal investment in your neighborhood and community. For every dollar spent, 67 cents is reinvested into your community — 44 cents goes to business owners and their employees and 23 cents is invested into other businesses and services in the community. We’re all in this together.
With graduation and other milestone events canceled this year, celebrate your graduate with a “Salute a Grad” ad in the newspaper! Great for parents, grandparents, friends and businesses. No deadline: We’ll be running graduation ads as they come in through June. Ads start as low as $30. Call 802-253-2101 (Stowe Reporter), 802-888-2212 (News & Citizen), 802-985-3091 (Shelburne News/The Citizen) or 802-864-6670 (The Other Paper) for more information.