The next Charlotte Senior Center Wednesday lecture is Dec. 8 for “Wrap Up a Good Read” with Charlotte Library director Margaret Woodruff. Join this book show-and-tell session just in time for the holidays as staff from the library share their favorite selections for all ages.

Following state law passed last week during a special session of the Vermont Legislature allowing towns to pass masks mandates at the local level, the Stowe Selectboard is holding a special meeting to take up the issue.

Peoples Academy baseball and Post 33 baseball are partnering with the Lamoille Valley Foster and Adoptive Families Association in a winter holiday baseball clinic to fill 100 stockings with Amazon gift cards.

Stowe’s Tree of Lights yearly fundraiser for Central Vermont Hospice and Lamoille Hospice begins Thursday, Dec. 2, and runs through Dec. 30 in the Stowe Reporter.

Agritourism Gatherings, a monthly webinar series designed to connect agritourism operators from across the globe, continues this fall, offering presentations on a diversity of topics from ways to promote buying local to agritourism and racial justice.

Liam McKone, president of the Fenian Historical Society and author of “Vermont’s Irish Rebel,” presents a virtual talk on aspects of restoring independence to Ireland focused on Vermont and Quebec, including Ira Allen’s arms deal in 1796, Vermont’s safe haven for the Patriots Movement in 1837, and the Fenian Brotherhood’s attacks on Quebec in 1866 and 1870.

Local author Joyce Slayton Mitchell is donating the profits of her new book about Hardwick, “Landmark Memories: A Vermont Village, 1930s – 1950s,” to support the Jeudevine Library expansion project if pre-ordered between Nov. 26 and Dec. 17.

Cambridge Fire Department is once again holding its annual blood drive, Saturday, Jan. 8, 9 a.m.-2 p.m., 153 Church Street, Jeffersonville.

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