Sue Raatikainen is a self-proclaimed library lover. When she moved to Vermont a few years ago, she naturally gravitated towards the Friends of the South Burlington Public Library, a group who organizes fundraisers and community events to support the library.
Have you seen the glow that is lighting up Stowe’s village green? It’s the Tree of Lights, and every light — all 623 — express love, joy, and thankfulness for loved ones, health care professionals, essential workers, animals and the goodness that makes our communities better in so many ways.…
The Tree of Lights on the Stowe Village Green supports the tradition to purchase virtual lightbulbs for $1 a bulb to honor and remember loved ones and give gratitude for blessings. Each week names and blessings will be published in the Stowe Reporter as requested.
Light up your Holidays with this fun and COVID-safe family activity! There are 30 residences and 5 businesses enrolled in the Holiday Lights Contest, ready to proudly show off their creative displays!
Ready to release your inner Griswold? How about your Martha Stewart? Or Snoopy? This year Cambridge Area Rotary is running the 1st Cambridge Area Rotary Light Contest as part of #VTLightstheWay.
The results of the Morrisville Rotary Club’s duck race are in. Here are the winners: Linda Demar, $1,000; Richard Brochu, $500; Roxannae Isbister, Theresa Davis, Donny Blake, Calvin Lampher and Craig Donais, each $100.
The Tree of Lights, which shines on the Stowe village green, is an annual fundraiser and a time to support local hospices during Stowe’s Festival of Lights season.
Ken Turino, from Historic New England, gave a talk via Zoom late last month sponsored by the Chittenden County Historical Society, about how the observation of Christmas has evolved, particularly in New England.
The Tree of Lights shines on the Stowe Village Green. This annual fundraiser is a time to give to our local hospices during Stowe’s Festival of Lights season.
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(NewsUSA) - Did you ever thumb through the Guinness Book of World Records as a kid, awed by the amazing feats? This year, families can help set records in ways that may not make headlines, but will make a difference.