Lamoille Union Middle School math teacher Danielle Peveril squeezed in a financial literacy class as the school year wound down.
For the past month, students in the Big Picture program at South Burlington High School have gotten out in the community to pursue hands-on learning.
Burlington Moose Lodge, 1636 Williston Road, is holding a yard sale to benefit the American Cancer Society, Saturday, June 26, 8 a.m.-3 p.m.
In March, as many Vermonters waited to become eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine, organizers of LACiNg Up For Cancer faced a tough decision about whether to hold its annual walk to raise money for families battling the disease.
A rally for justice will be held, Sunday, June 20, 1-2:09 p.m., at the roundabout at Routes 108 and 15, Jeffersonville.
Are you an avid young reader?
Stowe Land Trust hosts Seed Bombs: A DIY Pollinator Garden, Saturday, June 26, noon-2 p.m. at its Mill Trail property, Notchbrook Road, Stowe.
Come see the moon through telescopes at the Grout Observatory at People’s Academy in Morrisville. See craters, mountain ranges and oceans of billion-year-old frozen lava, Thursday, June 17, 8:30 p.m., with Lamoille County Star Gazers.
Noyes House Museum, 122 Lower Main St., in Morristown has several new exhibits — and events — for summer.
American Legion, 16 Stowe St., Waterbury, is hosting a blood drive, Thursday, June 17, 10:30 a.m.-4 p.m. For information, call Shirley Dow, 244-8442.
The Lamoille County Civic Center holds its annual board meeting Saturday, June 26, 10 a.m., 24 Upper Main St.
Vermont Dog Rescue is holding a silent auction with items from over 100 contributors.
The Nature Conservancy is hosting three temporary art installations by Tunbridge artist Elizabeth Billings, including one at the LaPlatte River Marsh Natural Area in Shelburne.
Vermont Studio Center in Johnson launched “Pride: A VSC Queer Alum Online Exhibition” in honor and celebration of Pride month 2021.
A solo exhibition of new mixed media works by artist Melora Griffis is on display at 571 Projects, 56 Park Street, Stowe, through July.
“A Modern Artist: The Commercial Art of Rachael Robinson Elmer,” which explores the career of Rachael Robinson Elmer (1878-1919) and her early 20th-century success as a professional illustrator, is now on display at Rokeby Museum, 4334 US Route 7, Ferrisburgh, through Oct. 24.
A summer music tradition continues when the Morrisville Community Band presents a series of Thursday night concerts under the direction of Nick Allen.
The Friends of the Plainfield Opera House and Plainfield Recreation Committee are holding a music series this summer that kicks off Saturday, June 26, 4 p.m., with the Dave Keller Blues Trio.
Julia Rose graces the Wednesday Night Live stage, Oxbow Riverfront Park, June 23, 5:30-7:30 p.m.
The classical quartet VSO Music at the Beach returns this summer for a series of three concerts at Charlotte waterfront park.
I never tire of watching the aerial acrobatics of swallows as they swoop over fields, darting back and forth to snap up flying insects. With their smooth, flowing flight and pointed wings, they are beautiful, graceful fliers. Tree swallows and barn swallows are the most abundant and widespread of our six northeastern swallow species, and these are the birds I see hunting insects on summer evenings.
Stowe farmer Ken Ricketson is partnering with Stowe Land Trust and the Vermont Land Trust to protect 210 acres of farmland on Route 100 that has been in his family for three generations.
Vermont’s bass fishing season kicks off on Saturday, June 12.
Would an e-bike make your life easier? Well, you can find out for free.
Looking for something to do on Friday night?
The 5th Vermont Renaissance Faire returns to Stowe, June 26-27, 10 a.m.-6 p.m., to the events field, 80 Weeks Hill Road.