Join Vermont State Archaeologist for a free presentation entitled: New Insights and Interpretations into the Archaeological History of the Lower Missisquoi Region. Recent work by Northeast Archaeology Research Center and the University of Vermont Consulting Archaeology Program in and near to the Missisquoi National Wildlife Refuge (MNWR) has revealed new sites and exciting details related to the precontact Native American lifeways along the lower Missisquoi. Work by the Vermont Division for Historic Preservation and the staff at the MNWR to synthesize new and old archaeological data in preparation for a National Register district nomination has enabled us to see new patterns in Native Lifeways and environmental changes that may have had an effect on them.
The United Way of Northwest Vermont does a large percentage of their good work right here in Franklin County! Learn more about this broad-reaching organizatin as they host the April Chamber mixer
PLUS, help them celebrate their KeyPerson of the Year … we can’t tell you who it is, but we can tell you that this person works right here, at Northwestern Medical Center!
Join us for a casual evening of idea exchange, great food and drink, and the famous Chamber raffle!
Join refuge volunteer, Greg Simard on a woodcock walk at the Stephen Young Marsh area. American woodcock have a unique and intriguing courtship display that incorporates an aerial figure 8 display and ground level calling. The courtship display occurs near sunset and into the early evening hours.
Registration required at the telephone number included in this listing.
Hunt for eggs in Taylor Park! Three separate sections divided by age group to make this event fun and safe for kids of all ages. Please remember that this event is only for the kids! Thank you in advance.
Presented by the Vermont Employee Ownership Center and the Cooperative Fund of New England, this seminar offers the opportunity to learn about the possibility of selling to your employees. Topics also cover the sale process and financing for employee groups of modest means.
The 53rd Vermont Maple Festival is a food and arts celebration held at St. Albans in the state of Vermont. The festival is a three-day event held annually over the last weekend in April. During the event, there are exhibits and demonstrations, entertainment, and a craft & antiques show all dedicated to maple syrup.
An official Maple Festival event, featuring 2 sessions with over 10 Vermont Maple Beverage producers.
Trail Design Public Meeting led by students from the Conway School of Sustainable Landscape Planning and Design, as part of the Marketing and Wayfinding Project. The trailheads under consideration are St. Albans, Greens Corners, Sheldon Junction, Enosburg access at Orchard St. and Richford. All welcome and RSVP is appreciated.
This workshop provides tools and resources to help you re-frame emotional or conflict situations to achieve a more productive outcome. Presenter Beth Martell provides insight into how the mind works that you may not have considered before. Light lunch served. Registration required.
An annual 5K walk/run in honor of Jim Bashaw. All proceeds donated directly to residents of Franklin and Grand Isle counties suffering wtih cancer and catatrosphic illness.
Please join me for the monthly Reiki Share at Sacred Energy & Wellness!!This is for only Reiki Practitioners from Reiki 1 to Master.Let’s get together and network with other practitioners in the area and get the energy goodness flowing ?☯️
The 2019 Run for Beer 5k begins in the14th Star parking lot. Please arrive early to register. Runners will head out on a designated 5k loop through St. Albans featuring Craft Beer Tasting Stations with three opportunities to sample 14th Star beer over the run!* Race After-party in the 14th Star Taproom for all race participants. Proceeds from this 5k fun run through St. Albans will go towards granting a wish to a local individual through the Make-A-Wish Foundation. *Beer samples are 21+ only.
****Now Happening the 2nd Saturday of EVERY MONTH*****
Join us for coffee/tea and conversation!
Meet other local Moms and let the kids play in the playroom.
The only requirement in kindness!
Great drinks, food, and snacks available for purchase.