This year’s fall foliage contest brought out, far and away, some of the most talented photographers in our 15 years of holding the competition.

Meagan Downey of Shelburne isn’t counting eggs because her startup business is still in the process of hatching, but she’s got to feel confident her proposed company will fly.

Hyde Park is already thinking about spring as its flower power initiative gets underway to connect the villages of Hyde Park and North Hyde Park with a blooming bridge of daffodils.

A new exhibit of handmade quilts by Shelburne resident Hope Johnson is on display at the Pierson Library. The show features several works featuring honeybees, a theme the artist has focused on since learning how to sew a quilt, and is on view in the south entrance foyer.

When you are out and about during Vermont’s season of the color, be sure to go see Morristown photographer Nan Carle Beauregard’s exhibit, “Notable Sculptors of Barre Gray Granite,” at the Vermont Granite Museum through Oct. 30.

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