Summer Children’s programming in Greensboro/0 Comments/in Children's activities, Golf, Greensboro News, Local Camp Programs, Sport, Tennis, Visual Art Exhibitions /by gaadmin
Looking for something to do with the children this summer in Greensboro? Check out the following organizations, who are all offering programs. There are storyhours, weekly camp programs, golf and tennis lessons, art programs, music, swimming and others. The Greensboro Association Swimming Lessons https://greensboroassociation.org/2012-swim-program/ Wonder and Wisdom https://wonderwisdom.org/programs/summer-journeys/ The Greensboro Historical Society summer exhibition “Scenes […]
Greensboro Association sponsors Swimming Lessons at Public Beach/0 Comments/in Children's activities, GA Events, Greensboro News, News /by gaadmin
The highly successful swim program at Caspian Lake returns! There will be two consecutive one-week sessions for children of all abilities July 9 – 20 at the Caspian Lake Public Beach taught by American Red Cross Certified Water Safety Instructors. Classes will be held at 10:00-10:45 am and 11:00-11:45am. Pupils must be at least 4 […]
The Miller’s Thumb Gallery opens in alliance with Caspian Arts/1 Comment/in Arts and Music Events, Greensboro News, Visual Art Exhibitions /by gaadmin
By Judy Dales As summer approaches, our small village braces itself for the frenetic pace of the summer months and the ratcheting up of all activities–recreational, communal, social and familial. We look forward to the return of our summer residents, resumption of the many diverse summer events, and the reopening of The Miller’s Thumb Gallery. […]
40th Anniversary Celebration of Barr Hill Preserve/0 Comments/in Greensboro News /by gaadmin
The 40th Anniversary of the Barr Hill Nature Preserve is being celebrated on July 22. The Preserve was established in December 2011, and is owned and managed by The Nature Conservancy of Vermont. Barr Hill, which was immortalised in Wallace Stegner’s book Crossing to Safety, was donated to the Conservancy in 1972. As the highest point […]
Circus Smirkus announces 25th anniversary tour/0 Comments/in Greensboro News, News /by gaadmin
Circus Smirkus is continuing their tradition of bringing joy and magic to towns all over New England and New York in 2012! The 2012 show theme is “Topsy Turvy Time Travel!” where audiences will hop aboard the circus-powered Time Machine and explore endless eons of fractured fun throughout history and beyond! For information about Smirkus […]
The 2012 Newsletter is on its way/0 Comments/in GA Events /by gaadmin
Look for the 2012 Greensboro Association Newsletter in your mailboxes (electronic and post office) this week! Lots of news about Willeys Store, Swimming Lessons, Fourth of July, the inaugural Community Fun Run, the Library, etc. etc.
Tracking Wallace Stegner’s footprints in Vermont’s Earth/0 Comments/in Greensboro News, News /by Betsy Hunt
LA Times: Vermont Travel Wallace Stegner is known for his depictions of the American West, but he spent summers contemplating and writing in neighborly Greensboro. By Mike Ives, Special to the Los Angeles Times April 8, 2012 Greensboro, Vt. —— Wallace Stegner wrote books about the American and Canadian West, so it’s understandable that people […]
Community will gather to discuss Underage Drinking Issues and Trends/0 Comments/in Greensboro News, News /by gaadmin
The Hardwick Area Community Coalition (https://haccprevention.com/) is sponsoring a discussion on Underage Drinking Issues and Trends on March 28 at Hazen Union High School at 6pm. The overall purpose is for the community to learn more about what our children are facing. Topics will include the scope of the problem, what parents say about underage […]
Sugar on Snow Party/0 Comments/in Greensboro News, News /by Betsy Hunt
Come join the fun at Craftsbury Community Care Center’s annual Sugar on Snow Party on Saturday, March 31st , 2 to 4 PM. Everyone is welcome and admission is free. In addition to fabulous maple syrup over fresh snow, there will be a Chinese auction of delicious baked goods. This year’s raffle features a beautiful […]
Ice Fisherman catches 15″ long perch on Caspian/0 Comments/in Greensboro News, News /by gaadmin
The number of huts on the ice of Caspian Lake shows that ice fishing season is well underway. On January 28, 2012, Chris Bissell from West Danville caught a 15″ long, 1 lb 14ounce perch at 10am in the morning. The girth on the fish was close to 12″! For further information, log into the […]
Greensboro Funky Fourth and Fireworks date set/0 Comments/in GA Events /by gaadmin
The Independence Day Celebrations for 2012 will occur on July 7. The Funky Fourth Celebration will include the parade, the UCC chicken barbeque, the festival and fair on Town Hall Green, and for the first year a Fun Run. Check back for further information, and join the Association for Email Updates of events.
Town meeting warned for March 6, 2012/0 Comments/in Town meetings /by gaadmin
The 2012 Town meeting for Greensboro will occur March 6, 2012 at 10am in the multipurpose room at Lakeview Union Elementary School.
Craftsbury Outdoor Center will maintain Highland Lodge XCC trails this winter/0 Comments/in XC skiing /by gaadmin
The Craftsbury Outdoor Center has agreed to maintain most of the over 60km winter trail system that Highland Lodge has set up and maintained over these past fifty years. The Outdoor Center will maintain the Marathon Trail over Barr Hill, through Skunk Hollow and back toward Craftsbury through the Fisher Sugarbush, as well as many […]
Cabin Fever Follies at UCC/0 Comments/in Greensboro News /by gaadmin
Shake off the yucky weather blues on February 18 at this annual mid-winter shakedown at United Church of Christ in Greensboro! Potluck dinner begins at 6pm – the show starts at 7pm and this year we’ll feature a variety of performances, from piano to theater, poetry to bluegrass. Bring a friend, and call us if […]
Highland Lodge Announces It will Close/0 Comments/in Greensboro News /by Betsy Hunt
It was announced today that the Highland Lodge is closing its doors effectively immediately. The immediate cause according to the press release is “a bad economy combined with an innkeeping format which is no longer sustainable in today’s tourism climate.” The decision, which has been under consideration for some time, was made with […]
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