A warm St. Patrick’s Day and sudden snowmelt turned Eden’s backroads into a viscous muck that stranded one unlucky Connecticut visitor in the mud for hours.
Sturdy stocky tomato plants from a neighbor’s greenhouse. Vigorous perennials dug from local gardens. Annual vegetable and flower starts. Houseplant divisions to brighten your indoor space.
Little River Hotglass Studio in Stowe is donating 100 percent of the proceeds from the sale of two glass-blown ornaments to help the animals in war-torn Ukraine.
Greg Popa was inducted into the New England Newspaper Hall of Fame over the weekend, and the publications he oversees received dozens of awards for writing, photography and design.
Vermont high school students looking for a scholarship to help pay the way for college can apply to the League of Women Voters of Vermont Education Fund, Winona Smith Scholarship program.
The Vermont Ski and Snowboard Museum’s current exhibit is “The Art of the Graphic” and features the work of graphic designers for skis and snowboards. It’s a beautiful exhibit worthy of an art museum. If you haven’t seen it, you have until October to check it out.
The Champlain Valley Quilt Show is holding a three-day event featuring quilts, eight vendors and a special exhibit by Catherine Symchych on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, April 22-24, 9 a.m.-4 p.m., St. Lawrence Holy Family Parish Hall, 30 Lincoln St., Essex Junction.
The Percy family tradition of sugaring in Stowe stretches back even before Paul Percy was born in 1940, before his family fully settled in the town, to when his father converted maple sap into syrup in the late 1930s.
The sun beamed through frigid temperatures as a group of young people ran alongside an extraordinary sight: the tiny house that they had built by hand was sliding up the road behind a tow truck to its new home.