“Instinctive Paths,” a group exhibit of works in diverse styles and mediums from regional artists is now showing at Furchgott Sourdiffe Gallery in Shelburne through July 15.

Stowe High School presented “Noises Off” last weekend. Brimming with slapstick comedy, the play was a completely student-run endeavor, conceived and directed by Stowe High School seniors Evan Reichelt and Kenan Griffith.


Officials are cutting back how many lake trout are released annually into Lake Champlain after finding, for the first time in decades, sustained successful reproduction in the species — exciting news for biologists and anglers alike.

Ethan Tapper, award-winning forester for Chittenden County, will lead residents of Shelburne through the LaPlatte River Park to show how diverse riverine and upland forest habitats support a wide range of wildlife.

Bobolinks, Savannah sparrows and eastern meadowlarks enrich every summer with their songs, but their populations have suffered dramatic, long-term declines due to the loss of their grassland habitat.

This is the time of year when my yard feels bursting with life, as the neighborhood welcomes eastern phoebes, ruby-throated hummingbirds, and broad-winged hawks back from their long migrations.

RISE, a new summit hosted by the University of Vermont that brings research, innovation, sustainability and entrepreneurship together to address pressing problems that communities around the country face, will be held at the university’s Davis Center on Wednesday, June 21, 8:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m.

Join Healthy Lamoille Valley on Thursday, June 15, noon-4 p.m. at Jenna’s House in Johnson for an afternoon of action planning to prevent and reduce youth substance use and increase their overall health and well-being.

Local children’s book authors Jennifer and John Churchman visited Waterville Elementary School May 23 for a storytelling presentation.

The Vermont Chamber of Commerce is hosting a reception for the state’s business leaders to honor the career of Sen. Patrick Leahy on Thursday, June 8, 4:30-7:30 p.m. at the University of Vermont’s Dudley H. Davis Center.

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