Spring Update from the GA President, Cathy Irwin/in Blog, GA Events, Greensboro News, News /by Betsy Hunt
The 2023 Dues Notice will be sent to all members on Sunday, March 26. Please read the Spring update from Cathy Irwin, GA President here.
Urgent: Public Meeting 2/15 – Proposed DEC Wakeboat Rules/in Blog, GA Events, Sport /by Betsy Hunt
On Wednesday, February 15, from 5:30-7:30 p.m. the Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) will give the public an opportunity to react to their proposed rule on the use of wake boats in Vermont. A meeting will be held in Greensboro at the Highland Center for the Arts and via Microsoft Teams. JoAnn Hanowski, co-chair of the Greensboro Association’s Lakes and […]
Interesting update on VT short-term rentals/in Blog, Greensboro News, News /by Betsy Hunt
Towns Across Vermont Are Beginning to Regulate Short-Term Rentals When Moriah Stokes and Vincent Connolly purchased a second home in Morrisville in 2017, they already had plans to list it on Airbnb. The couple were living in Colorado at the time, and Stokes, who grew up in Morrisville, wanted to be able to visit her […]
Tour de Greensboro/in Blog, Children's activities, GA Events, Greensboro News, News, Sport /by Betsy Hunt
DATE CHANGE: This event will be held on Sunday, February 5. Embrace the winter and sign up for the first annual Tour de Greensboro. This event, to be held on Saturday, February 4th, will consist of a 25km, classic ski tour on some of the most scenic trails in the northeast. Start and end at Highland Lodge […]
January Greetings/in Blog, Greensboro News, News /by Betsy Hunt
New Year’s 2023, looking towards Black’s Point –Karen Gowen, photographer On January 8, the lake froze (again), and by the 14th of January was sporting 4 inches of ice on the east shore. A few more good cold nights will be great news for all winter activities in the Northeast Kingdom! Those who […]
Caspian Challenge Results and Updates/in Blog, GA Events, Greensboro News, News /by Betsy Hunt
NEXT CASPIAN CHALLENGE JULY 30, 2023 8:30am start COMING NEXT YEAR–The 12th Annual Caspian Challenge, sponsored by the Greensboro Association, will be open for registration Spring 2023! 2022 RESULTS–A spectacular day greeted the 11th Annual Caspian Challenge on Sunday July 31, 2022. Seventy-five runners and eight walkers participated in the scenic race, which hosts a […]
Greensboro Association Updates: July 11/in Blog, Greensboro News, News /by Betsy Hunt
Summer Music from Greensboro | Tuesday, July 12th, 7:30 p.m. We invite you to attend the opening concert of Summer Music from Greensboro’s 2022 concert series. Giving performances that are “lithe, persuasive” (The New York Times), “eloquent and enthralling” (The Boston Globe), and described as “the most compelling American group to come on the scene” […]
Greensboro Association Notice of Annual Meeting/in Blog, GA Events, News /by Betsy Hunt
The 2022 Annual Meeting of the Greensboro Association will be held on Thursday, August 4 at 4:00 pm in Fellowship Hall at the United Church of Christ in Greensboro, VT. All members of the Association are invited and encouraged to attend. The Agenda and new slate of trustees will be distributed prior to the meeting. The minutes of the […]
Bear Coexistence Advisory from Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department 🐻/in Blog, Greensboro News, News /by Betsy Hunt
The Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department is receiving reports from across the state of black bears seeking food in yards, outbuildings, and livestock enclosures this spring. Many of these situations can be prevented if people take steps to make their backyards bear-safe before a bear shows up. Bears—and people—are at risk when bears spend time in […]
Swim Lessons at Caspian Lake!/in Blog, Children's activities, GA Events, Greensboro News, News /by Betsy Hunt
We are excited to announce that in collaboration with the Greensboro’s & Hardwick’s Recreation Committees, Teach Americans to Swim Program will be offering swim lessons to Greensboro & Hardwick Residents and children in surrounding towns. FOR AGES 2 Years – 13 Years during the week of July 18-22, 2022 Starting at 10AM. For more information […]
Funky Fourth Update/in Blog, GA Events, Greensboro News, News /by Betsy Hunt
Due to the rise in costs and worries about being able to get supplies needed from overseas in time for the celebration, the Greensboro Selectboard has decided to cancel this year’s 4th of July fireworks. Click here for the announcement on the town website. Other 4th of July activities will continue forward, with the addition […]
Caspian Challenge is set for July 31, 2022/in Blog, GA Events, Greensboro News, News /by Betsy Hunt
THE CASPIAN CHALLENGE! SUNDAY, JULY 31, 2022 8:30 a.m. REGISTRATION ONLINE & 7:15-8:15 a.m. on 7/31 at Ball Field Click here to register The 11th Annual Caspian Challenge lake run/5K, sponsored by the Greensboro Association, is now open for registration! We are back to normal this year, with official timing and bibs, and prizes for […]
2022 Greensboro Association Grants Application Now Posted/in Blog, GA Events, Greensboro News, News /by Betsy Hunt
The Greensboro Association is pleased to announce that due to generous donations from our members to our endowed Fund For Greensboro, the GA will be funding one-year project initiative grants as well as expanding to grants that support annual operation expenses. We will also consider on an exception basis, grants requests greater than $1000. The […]
Greensboro’s Funky Fourth Festival – Saturday, July 2nd: “Let’s Celebrate Democracy”/in Blog, Greensboro News, News /by Betsy Hunt
World-Famous Greensboro Parade Starts 10 AM This year’s parade will feature either the UCLA Marching Band, the Vermont Symphony Mobile Orchestra or the Bread and Puppet wondering entourage. Both President Biden and former President Trump have agreed to either attend or send caricatures and will be walking lock-step with the music. Jasper Hill will be […]
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