VCFA launches Art + Connection event series

Montpelier, VT — Vermont College of Fine Arts (VCFA) has launched Art + Connection, a spring event series and auction honoring the power of the arts to inspire continued resilience, healing, inspiration, and change. From May 19 through June 6, art lovers from around the world can register to view free readings, performances, presentations, and […]

Public invited to join upcoming conversation about climate change in Vermont  

MONTPELIER – Agency of Natural Resources (ANR) Secretary Julie Moore invites the public to join her on May 25 from 4:00-5:00 PM for a virtual conversation about climate change in Vermont. Secretary Moore will talk about the work of the Vermont Climate Council and provide an update on the upcoming Climate Action Plan. “Many of the activities and […]

100+ Women Who Care donates $15,700 to three organizations

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Deb Caulo 802-233-6620 BURLINGTON, Vermont, May 5, 2021, 100+ Women Who Care (100+ WWC), a worldwide charitable giving circle with a new chapter in Chittenden County, Vermont, awarded Vermont Family Network (VFN) with $12,500 at its fourth virtual meeting on April 28, 2021. 100+WWC is celebrating its one year anniversary having […]

InfiSense unlocks real world data to help experts solve the world’s most pressing problems

Burlington, VT / May 11, 2021 – InfiSense, a SaaS data company launched in 2019 that provides real world data feeds to the analysts, engineers and experts solving today’s most complex problems, announced that it graduated from the 2020/2021 Creative Destruction Lab (CDL-Montreal) supply chain stream program, and successfully raised a round of capital to […]

Rent the whole Brewster River Campground to reunite with family and friends

The Brewster River Campground near Smugglers’ Notch in Cambridge is fully opening for the 2021 season on Memorial Day weekend as pandemic conditions improve. Any restrictions imposed by the Vermont governor will be enforced to provide campers the safest possible opportunity to get out of the house and back into nature. With only 20 sites, […]

Central Vermont Council on Aging sponsors cross-Atlantic Memorable Times Online: ‘A Trip to the Oscars — Vermont and Scotland Share Screen Memories’ for those with memory loss and their partners

Barre, VT May 17, 2021 Memorable Times Online, the virtual memory cafe partnership between Central Vermont Council on Aging and the ABLE Library of the Vermont Department of Libraries, invites persons with memory loss and their care partners to join from home for a special international program on Wednesday, June 2nd from 10:30 to 11:30 […]

Forest Services urges caution with outdoor fires

RUTLAND, VT (May 17, 2021) The U.S. Forest Service is urging the public to be extremely careful with all types of outdoor fires as temperatures rise and we continue to see drying trends throughout New England. The agency is hoping to educate local and visiting campers about fire safety as the Memorial Day holiday approaches. […]

The Vermont Community Foundation welcomes Molly Walsh as a research and insight officer

The Vermont Community Foundation has hired Molly Walsh as a Research and Insight Officer. Molly joins the Community Foundation after more than thirty years covering Vermont as a newspaper reporter, spending the majority of that time at The Burlington Free Press, and most recently working for five years at the weekly newspaper Seven Days. Her […]

Virtual book club with award-winning Vermont author Katherine Paterson

The Children’s Literacy Foundation (CLiF) will host a virtual Book Club with National Book Award- and Newbery Medal-winning author Katherine Paterson on Friday, May 21, at 7:00 p.m. to discuss her memoir, “Stories of My Life.” You can sign up for the event here: This free, virtual event is part of CLiF’s Book Club […]

National Endowment for the Arts announces grants to support the arts across the country: Vermont organizations top $1.1 million

MONTPELIER—Thirteen Vermont organizations will receive grants to support the arts, accessibility and innovation from the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA). In addition, the Vermont Arts Council has been approved for an $807,740 NEA FY2021 partnership agreement to address arts programs, services and activities throughout Vermont. “As the country and the arts sector begin to […]

Blue Cross proposes lower premiums in 2022

Contact: Sara Teachout (802) 371-3254 [email protected] Overall premium reduction is almost -1% due to company’s cost containment initiatives Berlin, Vermont – For the first time since the inception of the Affordable Care Act, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Vermont (Blue Cross) can recommend a premium reduction. Compared with last year, the proposal is to […]