Sample hearty appetizers and decadent desserts while bidding on art from local artists and some of the best domestic and international wines from around the world at the Stowe Art, Wine and Food fundraiser Thursday, June 2, at the Jewish Community of Greater Stowe, 1189 Cape Cod Road.

The next Monday Munch at the Charlotte Senior Center is May 9, 212 Ferry Road, 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. The meal includes chicken with barley and spring veggies, green salad, bread, beverage and peanut butter cookies.

Lamoille County Republicans in partnership with Teen Challenge are holding a chicken dinner and meet and greet with statewide Republican candidates, Saturday, May 7, 6 p.m., at Teen Challenge, 1296 Collins Hill Road, Johnson.

The Center for an Agricultural Economy in Hardwick was the beneficiary of a $71,823 state grant to help outfit its 3,000-square-foot Yellow Barn project, which will double its storage capacity.

North Country Animal League, through its NCAL Meals program in partnership with Meals on Wheels of Lamoille County and Lamoille Community Food Share, is urging people to help those in need feed their pets.

Gardeners in cold climates have learned to extend the growing season by building greenhouses. As early as 30 A.D., reports of greenhouses appeared in the writings of the famous Pliny the Elder, Roman savant and scientific authority of his time.

A simple staple in many cuisines and recipes, onions can be a satisfying plant to grow in the garden. While it is easy to buy them at the grocery store, fresh onions are unique in flavor and intensity.

On Saturday, April 23, noon-2 p.m., Most Holy Name of Jesus Parish will host a free soup lunch for members of the Morristown community with a variety of homemade soups and bread.

Students from Alison Fox’s third grade class at Stowe Elementary held a bake sale April 4 and raised more than $1,300 for the International Committee of the Red Cross and the Ukraine crisis.

The first Jr. Iron Chef Vermont competition in two years saw over 30 middle and high school teams competing in the kitchen once again, including a team from Champlain Valley Union High School.

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