Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Weathersfield Weekly May 31

May 31, 2017
Weathersfield, VT


We went to our first Boston Red Sox game on Sunday. Unfortunately they broke their six game winning streak by losing to the Seattle Mariners 5-0. But Fenway Park was just a magical as it always has been and we got see a crazy number of double plays turned. Let's hope the Sox do better on their road trip.








More pre-game and game photos: CLICK HERE

Weathersfield select board news: The Town of Weathersfield is seeking local businesses that would like to be considered for non-bid required projects: electricians, plumbers, excavators and carpenters. Interested contractors must be able to provide the following: proper certifications, current certificate of insurance, business card to identify contractor as being in business, Form W-9, request for taxpayer identification number and certification. More information about the select board and the town, contact Town Manager, Ed Morris, at 802-674-2626 or townmanager@weathersfield.org.



Weathersfield School news: Summer school music lessons will be offered by WS music teacher Zachary Shambo. Classes for instruments and voice are being offered to students in current grades 4-8. Class times and dates are flexible. Contact Mr. Shambo at the school for more information. For further information about the school and events, call 802-674-5400.




Weathersfield Proctor Library news: The Friends of Weathersfield Proctor Library will meet June 7 at 7 p.m. and the Library Trustees will meet on June 15 at 7 p.m. More information about the library call 802-674-2863.



Get Out and About Events

Learn to Bake Your Own Cakes in Perkinsville June 3 10:30 a.m.-3 p.m. The Inn at Weathersfield is hosting a cooking class led by NYC Chef Molly Pam, Call for reservations. 802-263-9217.

Local Strawberries in Windsor June 3 9:30 a.m.-noon or 2-4:30 p.m. Blake Hill Preserves is hosting a Master Cooking Class at the location in Artisans Park. For reservations call 802-674-4529.

Spring Yard Sale in Ascutney, June 2-4 hosted by Ascutney Volunteer Fire Association, Times: June 2 and 3 7 a.m.-4 p.m., June 4 7 a.m.-1 p.m. They are accepting donations for the yard sale on Tuesday evenings from 7-8:30 p.m., and also by appointment. Please call Katie @ 802-376-5070 to schedule a time.

Herbs, Grow, Harvest in Perkinsville June 10 10:30 a.m.-3 p.m. The Inn at Weathersfield is hosting a cooking class led by Chef Michael Ehlenfeldt, Call for reservations. 802-263-9217.

WS BBQ and Dance in Ascutney Friday, June 16 4-6 p.m. The school is hosting a faculty vs. 8th graders softball game, a BBQ and a family dance. The event will also serve to thank all the school volunteers.

Frippery in Weathersfield Aug. 5. The historical society is hosting their annual Frippery in August and is looking for donations. They are also selling raffle tickets for a lovely quilt. Contact Maureen Bogosian at 603-252-0936 for more information



Music and Performances


Briggs Opera House in White River Junction. June 2 8:30 p.m. Nobby Reed BYOB Blues Dance Party. Yellow House Media/WRJ First Friday show.

Freight House in White River Junction. June 1 9 p.m. Club Steam Dance Night, June 2 7:30 p.m. Spanish Guitar with Stuart Ross Johnson.

Inn at Weathersfield Live Music Fridays in Perkinsville 7-9 p.m.: June 2 Peter Neri June 9 Jesse Peters, June16 Steve Ellis, June 23 Ali T, June 30 Dave Clark.

Lebanon Opera House in Lebanon NH. June 3 5 p.m. Dance Collective's Annual Dance Recital, June 22 7:30 p.m. Michael Franti and Spearhead.

Taverne on the Square in Claremont NH. June 1 6 p.m. Charlie Christos, June 8 6 p.m. Erik Boedtker, June 9 Conniption Fits, June 15 7 p.m. Jim Hollis, June 16 Evelyn Cormie, June 17 8 p.m. Shana Stack band.

Windsor Station Live Music in Windsor. June 1 7:30 p.m. Cosmonautz, June 2 9:30 p.m. The Party Crashers, June 3 10 p.m. Freevolt, June 6 6 p.m. Ana D'Leon, June 8 7:30 p.m. Still Hill, June 9 9 p.m. Stone Cold Roosters, June 10 10 P.m. The Roadtrash Band (Windsor Alumni Weekend.)



Ongoing Events

Weathersfield Hikes: Cathedral Rocks Saturday, June 10, 9:30 a.m.; The Ancient Hemlocks Saturday, June 17 9:30 a.m.; Tucker Trail Lookout Saturday, June 24, 9:30 a.m.; Little Ascutney Saturday, July 1 9:30 a.m.; To the Cabin Sunday, August 12 11:30 a.m.; Ferry Road and the Connecticut River Saturday, September 2 5 p.m.; Cooks Pond Loop Saturday, September 23, 9:30 a.m.; Ascutney Mountain Saturday, October 7 9 a.m.

Weathersfield Food Shelf in Perkinsville every Thursday from 2-3 p.m. Route 106 at the old Perkinsville Elementary School.

Low cost spay/neuter clinics in Springfield. Springfield Humane Society is hosting low cost spay/neuter clinics: June 6, July 11, Aug. 8, Sept. 5, Oct. 24, Dec. 5 at the Springfield Humane Society, on Route 143. Cost is $50 for female cat and $40 for male cat. Weathersfield residents may be reimbursed up to $50 for the surgery with a limit of three pets per year. Get your SNAP form from the town office. Please call Springfield Humane Society for an appointment at 802-885-3997.

Valley Court Diversion Programs: Volunteers are needed in Weathersfield/Springfield areas to work with low level offenders in the community. The group meets once a month at the Springfield Police Department, your commitment will require about three hours a month. Training is provided. For more information please visit our website at vcdp.org or call Maureen at 281-5213.

Senior Exercise Program in Ascutney: Free. Sponsored by RSPV. Mondays and Wednesdays 10-11 a.m. in basement of Martin Memorial Hall, Route 5, Ascutney. Classes are led by Sandy Lemois. If interested call 674-5254 for more information.

Need to Find a Business in Weathersfield: weathersfielddirectory.org.

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Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Weathersfield Weekly May 24

May 24, 2017
Weathersfield, Vermont

The Weathersfield Directory is accepting applications to be included in the next publication. Businesses, service groups and other organizations in town are invited to apply. The next meeting for Directory organizers is May 30 at 4:30 p.m. Martin Memorial Hall.  Call Lynn for more information 802-738-7413.

Wellwood Orchards is looking to hire a part-time register position which could become full-time during apple season. Call Lillian at 802-263-5200 for more information.

On Friday afternoon I covered the return of the "Angel of Bethesda" to St. James Church in Woodstock. The statute was created by Springfield's own Mary Eldgredge and restored by Quechee's Jeffrey Sass.



 More photos from the event: CLICK HERE

I was up early Saturday morning to cover the 9th Annual Friends of Veterans Ride for Homeless Veterans. The ride began at the FOV Office at the Gilman Office Complex in White River Junction and went to Wilkins Harley Davidson in Barre.





 More photos of the event: CLICK HERE

Saturday night I got to hear the great Judy Collins perform at the Briggs Opera House in White River Junction. The show was a Kirschner Concerts Production.




More photos of her performance: CLICK HERE

Now to the news you can use
Weathersfield select board news: The board reviewed and approved the Fireworks Policy. Mark Girard applied for a July 3, 9:15-9:35 p.m. fireworks permit at 167 Thrasher RD, by Northstar Fireworks, which the board approved. There was discussion about the Town Festival to be held on Sept. 30. A planning meeting will be held on June 27 at 6 p.m.. More information about the select board and the town, contact Town Manager, Ed Morris, at 802-674-2626 or townmanager@weathersfield.org.

Weathersfield School news: Thank you to the Springfield Rotary Club. The club bought books for every K-4 classroom and spent time reading the new books to each class on Monday, May 15. Special thanks to Ethan McNaughton for making this happen. For more information about the school and events, call 802-674-5400.

Weathersfield Proctor Library news: The library has museum and fun passes that can be checked out by patrons to be used at places like: VINS, Echo Lake Aquarium, Vermont State Parks. More information about the library call 802-674-2863.




Get Out and About Events
Night of 1000 Stars in Ascutney Friday, May 26 6:30 p.m. The Friends of Weathersfield Proctor library are hosting a night of community readings at the library. Readers include Earl Small, Christina Gregory, Rika Henderson, Debbie Gibbs and Heather Shand.

Memorial Day in Perkinsville Monday, May 29 at noon. This is a solemn day to remember and honor the men and women who have served us and have passed on.

Learn to Bake Your Own Cakes in Perkinsville Saturday,June 3 10:30 a.m.-3 p.m. The Inn at Weathersfield is hosting a cooking class led by NYC Chef Molly Pam, Call for reservations. 802-263-9217.

Spring Yard Sale in Ascutney, June 2-4 hosted by Ascutney Volunteer Fire Association, Times: June 2 and 3 7 a.m.-4 p.m., June 4 7 a.m.-1 p.m. They are accepting donations for the yard sale on Tuesday evenings from 7-8:30 p.m., and also by appointment. Please call Katie @ 802-376-5070 to schedule a time.

WS BBQ and Dance in Ascutney Friday, June 16 4-6 p.m. The school is hosting a faculty vs. 8th graders softball game, a BBQ and a family dance. The event will also serve to thank all the school volunteers.

Music and Performances

Freight House in White River Junction. May 26 7:30 p.m. Dylan Keith and Chris Von Staats; June 1 7:30 p.m. Club Steam Dance Night.

Inn at Weathersfield Live Music Fridays in Perkinsville 7-9 p.m.: May 26 Erik Boedtker, June 2 Peter Neri, June 9 Jesse Peters, June 16 Steve Ellis, June 23 Ali T., June 30 Dave Clark.

Lebanon Opera House in Lebanon NH. Thursday June 22 7:30 p.m. Michael Franti and Spearhead.

Taverne on the Square in Claremont NH. May 26 7-10 p.m. RC Thomas; June 1 6-9 p.m. Charlie Christos; June 2 8-11 p.m. Tirade; June 8 6 p.m. Erik Boedtker; June 9 8 p.m. Conniption Fits.

Weathersfield School Concerts and Programs in Ascutney. May 26 8:15-9:15 a.m. Memorial Day Ceremony for K-8.

Windsor Station Live Music in Windsor. May 26 9 p.m. About Gladys; May 27 9 p.m. The Gully Boys; May 30 6 p.m. Mike Parker R&B Duo; June 1 7:30 p.m. The Cosmonautz; June 2 9:30 p.m. The Party Crashers; June 3 10 p.m. Freevolt.



Ongoing Events

Weathersfield Hikes: Cathedral Rocks Saturday, June 10, 9:30 a.m.; The Ancient Hemlocks Saturday, June 17 9:30 a.m.; Tucker Trail Lookout Saturday, June 24, 9:30 a.m.; Little Ascutney Saturday, July 1 9:30 a.m.; To the Cabin Sunday, August 12 11:30 a.m.; Ferry Road and the Connecticut River Saturday, September 2 5 p.m.; Cooks Pond Loop Saturday, September 23, 9:30 a.m.; Ascutney Mountain Saturday, October 7 9 a.m. For more information call Steve 263-5439.

Weathersfield Food Shelf in Perkinsville every Thursday from 2-3 p.m. Route 106 at the old Perkinsville Elementary School.

Low cost spay/neuter clinics in Springfield. Springfield Humane Society is hosting low cost spay/neuter clinics: June 6, July 11, Aug. 8, Sept. 5, Oct. 24, Dec. 5 at the Springfield Humane Society, on Route 143. Cost is $50 for female cat and $40 for male cat. Weathersfield residents may be reimbursed up to $50 for the surgery with a limit of three pets per year. Get your SNAP form from the town office. Please call Springfield Humane Society for an appointment at 802-885-3997.

Valley Court Diversion Programs: Volunteers are needed in Weathersfield/Springfield areas to work with low level offenders in the community. The group meets once a month at the Springfield Police Department, your commitment will require about three hours a month. Training is provided. For more information please visit our website at vcdp.org or call Maureen at 281-5213.

Senior Exercise Program in Ascutney: Free. Sponsored by RSPV. Mondays and Wednesdays 10-11 a.m. in basement of Martin Memorial Hall, Route 5, Ascutney. Classes are led by Sandy Lemois. If interested call 674-5254 for more information.

Need to Find a Business in Weathersfield: weathersfielddirectory.org.

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Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Weathersfield Weekly May 17

May 17, 2017
Weathersfield, Vt.


Weathersfield Parks and Recreation have announced their fifth annual Weathersfield hikes schedule. See below for dates and times. In between rain drops, I put out the hummingbird feeders and immediately a male was sitting and sipping. Got the garden turned over-thanks Jay. And I'm ready to put in some seeds. The seedlings are in the garage waiting to be planted.

This weekend I saw a great Cajun band, visited a children's room in the Norman Williams Public Library and watched some really fast people run 6.1 miles in Woodstock.

The Revelers returned to New England and to Manchester Vt. on Friday night. Last time through they played at Billsville House Concerts. Friday they played at the Inn at Manchester but the show was put on by Billsville. 120 tickets had pre-sold and there were many walk-ups to the newly renovated barn.






I was up early Saturday to cover the 11th annual running of the Road to the Pogue in Woodstock. The 6.1 mile course wound it's way around the Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historic Park. William McGovern from Stowe, Vt, won the men's race with a gun time of 42:27 and Alicia Freese from Burlington, Vt. won the women's race with a gun time of 42:54, she was also second overall. 304 runners crossed the finish line.






I hopped over to the Norman Williams Public Library to check out their newly renovated Kidspace Children's Room. They did a really nice job sprucing the space up.







Weathersfield select board news: The select board met on May 1. There was discussion about putting a second compactor at the transfer station. Former select board member, John Arrison objected to this measure saying it would be difficult to have two employees overseeing the two compactors. He also objected to the plan to ship food waste. Town manager, Ed Morris said the obtaining permits for onsite composting would be extremely difficult to get. Select board chair, Kelly Murphy asked for more information about local composting. More information about the select board and the town, contact Town Manager, Ed Morris, at 802-674-2626 or townmanager@weathersfield.org.

Weathersfield School news: Thanks go out to Clayre Waters and Christy Chamberlain for volunteering to maintain the gardens around the school. They've weeded and will soon be planting more flowers. School Report Night will be held on Tuesday, May 30 5-6 p.m., pizza, salad, drinks, and dessert will be served in the AP room. For more information about the school and events, call 802-674-5400.



Get Out and About Events

WS Dance and Graduation in Ascutney. The annual 7 and 8 grade dance-Friday, May 19 7-10 p.m. Graduation-Monday, June 19 at 7 p.m. in the gym.

Lower Perkinsville to the Grout Cemetery Hike in Perkinsville Sunday, May 21 2 p.m. The Weathersfield Historical Society is sponsoring a hike in the Army Corps reservoir area. Leaders will point out locations of homesteads, farms, and covered bridges that existed before construction of the North Springfield dam. Meet at the Army Corps parking area at the end of Maple Street in Perkinsville. Call 802-885-9517 for further information.

An Evening in Paris Dinner in Windsor Saturday, May 20 6-8:30 p.m. The Village at Cedar Hill is hosting a very special night of music, fine dining and fun to benefit the Windsor High School World Language Program. Cocktails, appetizers, and a silent auction with prizes donated by local businesses. A French dinner will be prepared by Chef John Vigneault. Tickets: $25 pp and space is limited. Tickets must be purchased in advance. For more information call Cedar Hill at 802-674-2254.

Night of 1000 Stars in Ascutney Friday, May 26 6:30 p.m. The Friends of Weathersfield Proctor library are hosting a night of community readings at the library. Readers include Earl Small, Christina Gregory, Rika Henderson, Debbie Gibbs and Heather Shand.



Music and Performances


Briggs Opera House in White River Junction. Saturday, May 20 8 p.m. Judy Collins.

The Engine Room in White River Junction. May 19 7:30 p.m. Spanish Guitar with Stuart Ross Johnson; May 25 9 p.m. Club Steam Dance Night; May 26 7:30 p.m. Dylan Keith and Chris Von Staats;

Inn at Weathersfield Live Music Fridays in Perkinsville 7-9 p.m.: May19 Ben Fuller, May 26 Erik Boedtker.

Taverne on the Square in Claremont NH. May 19 8-11 p.m. Mark and Deb Bond; May 20 Tirade 8-11 p.m.; May 25 7-10 p.m. Kid Pinky; May 26 7-10 p.m. RC Thomas.

Weathersfield School Concerts and Programs in Ascutney. May 26 8:15-9:15 a.m. Memorial Day Ceremony for K-8.

Windsor Station Live Music in Windsor. May 18 TDB; May 19 9 p.m. My So Called Band (90s tribute night); May 20 9:30 p.m. TOAST; May 23 6 p.m. Rough and Tumble.



Ongoing Events

Weathersfield Hikes: Perkinsville Lower Valley May 21 2 p.m. Becky Tucker is leading this historic tour; Cathedral Rocks Saturday, June 10, 9:30 a.m.; The Ancient Hemlocks Saturday, June 17 9:30 a.m.; Tucker Trail Lookout Saturday, June 24, 9:30 a.m.; Little Ascutney Saturday, July 1 9:30 a.m.; To the Cabin Sunday, August 12 11:30 a.m.; Ferry Road and the Connecticut River Saturday, September 2 5 p.m.; Cooks Pond Loop Saturday, September 23, 9:30 a.m.; Ascutney Mountain Saturday, October 7 9 a.m.

Weathersfield Food Shelf in Perkinsville every Thursday from 2-3 p.m. Route 106 at the old Perkinsville Elementary School.

Low cost spay/neuter clinics in Springfield. Springfield Humane Society is hosting low cost spay/neuter clinics: June 6, July 11, Aug. 8, Sept. 5, Oct. 24, Dec. 5 at the Springfield Humane Society, on Route 143. Cost is $50 for female cat and $40 for male cat. Weathersfield residents may be reimbursed up to $50 for the surgery with a limit of three pets per year. Get your SNAP form from the town office. Please call Springfield Humane Society for an appointment at 802-885-3997.

Valley Court Diversion Programs: Volunteers are needed in Weathersfield/Springfield areas to work with low level offenders in the community. The group meets once a month at the Springfield Police Department, your commitment will require about three hours a month. Training is provided. For more information please visit our website at vcdp.org or call Maureen at 281-5213.

Senior Exercise Program in Ascutney: Free. Sponsored by RSPV. Mondays and Wednesdays 10-11 a.m. in basement of Martin Memorial Hall, Route 5, Ascutney. Classes are led by Sandy Lemois. If interested call 674-5254 for more information.

Need to Find a Business in Weathersfield: weathersfielddirectory.org.

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Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Weathersfield Weekly May 10

May 10, 2017
Weathersfield, Vt.

Are you ready for Mother's Day? It's Sunday, May 14. And even if you don't have a mom to celebrate with, you can bring some joy to a special woman in your life this weekend. Many area restaurants are hosting their annual Mother's Day Brunches but if sharing a meal isn't your thing, how about getting the home gardens ready. The Ascutney Volunteer Fire Department is hosting their annual plant sale on Saturday and I for one plan to be there bright an early to get the best selection of annuals and perennials. And if the rain ever lets up I hope to get the garden turned over, the outside windows washed, and maybe even move the garden furniture outside. It's also time to hang out the hummingbird feeders in anticipation of their return to our area. I feel like we'd moved to the Northwest with all this rain. I hope it means a long and happy growing season. Did I mention my peach trees are blooming?




Weathersfield School news: The school sends out a huge thank you Jim Taft, WSESU Facilities Manager and his crew who cleaned up the baseball and softball fields. Jim sent a team of people who raked and lined both fields. Jim also donated an old chalk liner, so WS can mark the fields in the future. Helping out Taft's crew during the clean-up, Jim Rice a parent and former PTA President. Jim cleaned out a lot debris around the edges of the fields. For more information about the school and events, call 802-674-5400.


I was lucky this week, I was part of two special events at the Inn at Weathersfield in Perkinsville. I was the "elopement" photographer for two couples who decided to get married at the Inn.
I have had the pleasure of photographing a number of ceremonies and special events there too: CLICK HERE


Sunday, I took in a concert at the Briggs Opera House. Yellow House Media presented Session Americana. It was a really fun show! This was the perfect venue to see this band in.




More photos of the show: Click Here

More Yellow House Media show videos: Click Here

On Tuesday, I venture to Albany, NY to see Lucinda Williams perform at The Egg Performing Arts Center. Erika Wennerstrom (of the Heartless Bastards) opened for her.





Erika


More photos of Lucinda and Erika: Click here

I also got to meet three fantastic women who make beautiful things out of discarded materials.

Jayne Webb, Encore in Woodstock Vt.

Mary Jo Cooke, South Pomfret Vt.

Wanda Huff Woodstock Vt.

The fun continues, tonight I'm off to see Northern Stage's Mamma Mia-this show is almost completely SOLD OUT for it's run in White River Junction.

Thursday night I'm off to Shaker Bridge Theatre in Enfield, NH to see Fully Committed.

Friday night I'm heading out to a Cajun dance party in Manchester Vt. Billsville House Concerts is bringing The Revelers back to southern Vermont. This time to the Inn at Manchester. Get tickets!

And the beat goes on...

Get Out and About Events

Mother's Day Plant Sale in Ascutney, Saturday May 13 8 a.m. at the Ascutney Volunteer Fire Department Station. Cocoa mulch available. Contact 802-674-5021

Wild Edibles & Foraging in Perkinsville Saturday May 13 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Inn at Weathersfield's Hidden Kitchen Cooking Class with Didi Emmons and David Craft. Call 802-263-9217 for details and reservations.

LuLaPalooza Mother's Day Edition in White River Junction, Saturday May 13 10 a.m.-3 p.m. at the Newberry Market.

WS Dance and Graduation in Ascutney Grad. Dance-Friday, May 19 7-10 p.m. Graduation-Monday, June 19 at 7 p.m. in the gym.

WS BBQ and Dance in Ascutney Friday, June 16 4-6 p.m. The school is hosting a faculty vs. 8th graders softball game, a BBQ and a family dance. The event will also serve to thank all the school volunteers.



Music and Performances


Briggs Opera House in White River Junction. Saturday, May 20 8 p.m. Judy Collins.

The Engine Room/Freight House in White River Junction. May 13 10 a.m.-10 p.m. Off the Rails Open Game Day. Networking Social May 18 5-8 p.m. bring business cards.

Inn at Weathersfield Live Music Fridays in Perkinsville 7-9 p.m.: May19 Ben Fuller, May 26 Erik Boedtker, June 2 Peter Neri.

Lebanon Opera House in Lebanon NH. June 22 Michael Franti and Spearhead, July 7-15 Beauty and the Beast; July 29-Aug. 12 Opera North: Kiss Me, Kate, Aug. 1-9 Opera North: La belle Hélène Aug 4-13 Opera North: Madama Butterfly, Sept. 30 Swan Lake.

Taverne on the Square in Claremont NH. May 12 8-11 p.m. Kelly and Martin; May 13 7-10 p.m. Kim Logan.

Weathersfield School Concerts and Programs in Ascutney. May 26 8:15-9:15 a.m. Memorial Day Ceremony for K-8.

Windsor Station Live Music in Windsor. May 11 7:30 p.m. Strangled Darlings; May 13 9:30 p.m. Traveling Broke and Out of Gas; May 16 6 p.m. Ted Mortimer.



Ongoing Events

Weathersfield Food Shelf in Perkinsville every Thursday from 2-3 p.m. Route 106 at the old Perkinsville Elementary School.

Low cost spay/neuter clinics in Springfield. Springfield Humane Society is hosting low cost spay/neuter clinics: June 6, July 11, Aug. 8, Sept. 5, Oct. 24, Dec. 5 at the Springfield Humane Society, on Route 143. Cost is $50 for female cat and $40 for male cat. Weathersfield residents may be reimbursed up to $50 for the surgery with a limit of three pets per year. Get your SNAP form from the town office. Please call Springfield Humane Society for an appointment at 802-885-3997.

Valley Court Diversion Programs: Volunteers are needed in Weathersfield/Springfield areas to work with low level offenders in the community. The group meets once a month at the Springfield Police Department, your commitment will require about three hours a month. Training is provided. For more information please visit our website at vcdp.org or call Maureen at 281-5213.

Senior Exercise Program in Ascutney: Free. Sponsored by RSPV. Mondays and Wednesdays 10-11 a.m. in basement of Martin Memorial Hall, Route 5, Ascutney. Classes are led by Sandy Lemois. If interested call 674-5254 for more information.

Need to Find a Business in Weathersfield: weathersfielddirectory.org.


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