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Order Bulbs Now to Light Up Chester in 2016

posted Wednesday, September 30, 2015
Chester Townscape is continuing its ongoing campaign to Light Up Chester by encouraging people to purchase beautiful daffodil bulbs to plant this fall in order to produce a burst of color in spring of 2016. This year's choice is the bright and perky Goblet. With a yellow trumpet and white petals, Goblet will coordinate perfectly with last year's King Alfred bulbs and provide additional interest and color.

"Christmas Under The Tent" at the Chester-Andover Family Center

posted Wednesday, September 30, 2015
On Saturday, October 10, 2015, from 10:00-3:00, Columbus Day Weekend, the Chester- Andover Family Center will hold a HUGE "Christmas under the Tent" sale. Holiday items to meet all of your decorating, entertaining, and gift-giving needs will be available. We will have toys, gifts, items for your holiday table, artificial trees, and decorations galore. As always, we price items to sell. Everything under the tent will be priced from $1.00-$10.00.

Blessing of the Pets at St. Luke's Episcopal Church

posted Friday, September 25, 2015
This year St. Luke's Episcopal Church on Main Street in Chester is offering two opportunities to bring your pets for a special blessing on the side lawn at St. Luke's: Saturday, October 3 at 11:00 a.m. or on Sunday, October 4 at 4:00 p.m. The church school children will be making biscuits for pets and cookies for their owners.

Adult Formation Series at St. Luke's

posted Friday, September 25, 2015
The Rev. Heidi L. Edson, Rector at St. Luke's Episcopal Church. Is hosting a new series of study for adults entitled, "Two Writings of Wisdom." The group study begins with the Book of Proverbs and will then continue on to Ecclesiastes (or Qoheleth). This study is open to all interested persons who might enjoy becoming more familiar with ancient Hebraic wisdom literature found in the Bible and in the Deuterocanonical Writings (Apocryphal) as well.

RiverSweep Volunteers Rock the Black River

posted Wednesday, September 16, 2015
On September 11 and 12, volunteers from the Black River Action Team, 50 from the Springfield area and 18 sixth grade students from Cavendish Elementary, scoured the river bed and banks for trash and hauled out a wide array of items. From a combined 65 bags of household waste (including clothing, food, dirty diapers, and fast food containers) to 48 tires, a refrigerator door to a road sign, the garbage was sorted as well as possible and delivered to the Ludlow and Springfield transfer stations.

Springfield Community Chorus Begins Its 49th Season

posted Saturday, September 12, 2015
The Springfield Community Chorus is beginning its 49th season of musical productions this fall with director Kenneth Olsson conducting! Past concerts include performances of major works by composers such as Mozart, Puccini, Mendelsohn, Vivaldi and Haydn. The chorus also performs an annual holiday concert each December which includes a variety of both traditional and modern music.

Free Septic Smart Workshop September 26 in Springfield

posted Thursday, September 10, 2015
Does my septic tank need to be emptied every year? How can I tell if my leach field is still working? I am building a home on a challenging site and need advice on placing the septic system. Come and learn the dos and don'ts of septic system, discover the different types of systems, and how to tell if yours is working properly. This free Septic Smart workshop is open to the public and runs from 9am until 12 noon in Room B118 of the River Valley Tech Center, located at 307 South St in Springfield, VT.

Springfield Wrestling Team Thanks Supporters

posted Saturday, September 5, 2015
The recent Color Gauntlet fundraising 5K fun-run hosted by the Springfield, VT Wrestling Team was a resounding success. with a final tally of just over $3,000 raised for the team's goal of buying new mats. More than 70 people took part in the event, walking and running along the Toonerville Trail recreation path in Springfield, getting blasted with biodegradeable colored powder at "color stations." Event organizers Angela Ferland, Ruth Congdon, and Kelly Stettner are thrilled with the turnout and the support from area businesses.

Chester Townscapes Walking Tour Brochure of Chester

posted Thursday, September 3, 2015
Chester Townscape's new self-guided walking-tour brochure is attracting the interest of visitors from far and near to Chester. Here Madeleine and Bob Boslet of Callawassie Island, SC, who are visiting friends in town, review architectural details featured at the Emery Bolles house, one of the historic buildings described in the brochure entitled "Take A Walk Along Main Street in Historic Chester Village."

41st Annual Fall Festival Craft Show on the Chester Green

posted Thursday, September 3, 2015
Celebrate the 41st annual Fall Festival Craft Show on the Chester Green on September 19-20th from 10AM to 4PM. This weekend offers something for everyone in one of the "Most Beautiful Villages" in New England. Visitors will have the opportunity to watch demonstrations and speak with local New England artists as well as to purchase high quality handmade crafts: glass, quilts, fiber art, woodcarvings, turned wooden bowls, watercolor and landscape paintings, paper art, hand crafted soaps, jewelry, photography, pottery.

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I have a selection of limited edition prints of the Chester Village Green, the Stone Village and historic village vignettes framed and unframed.
Call Lew Watters at 802.875.2114 or email lewdog1938@gmail.com.
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Saturday, June 23
Grand Re-Opening of the Bellows Falls Fish Ladder and Visitor Center
Join The Nature Museum and master diver Annette Spaulding, who has been diving in the Connecticut River for over 30 years, for the grand re-opening of the Bellows Falls Fish Ladder and Visitor Center on Saturday, June 23! From 10am to 4pm, Annette will be sharing stories and showing artifacts she has found on her dives.
Saturday, June 23
Vermont Invasive Patroller Workshop
Fletcher Memorial Library
88 Main St., Ludlow, VT
(Park in back; library opens at 10 AM)
Afternoon VIP Paddle
Echo Lake, Camp Plymouth State Park
10am-2pm
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