Showing posts from September, 2018

Weathersfield Weekly Blog Sept. 27

This last week of September will be a very busy week for me. Five concerts to attend and photograph and the 26th Annual Vermont 50 Mountain Bike or Ultra-Run at Mount Ascutney on the weekend. This will be my 26th time volunteering at the race. The best part is the Kids FREE fun rides and runs on Saturday afternoon. Seeing these young ones run or pedaling as fast as their legs will go is always a great time. The weekend benefits Vermont Adaptive Ski and Sports, an organization that I've been involved with since 1987. Fingers crossed for great weather. Assignments and Adventures I attended a Veterans Guitar Jam 2 at the Veterans Center on Prospect Street in White River Junction, Vermont. These guys are great. More photos:  CLICK HERE On Saturday I covered The Brave Challenge for the Vermont Standard. It was like a Spartan Race for every body. The event was the brain-child of Cody TanCreti and Jeff Thomas and it was a blast. On Sunday, The As

Weathersfield Weekly Blog, Sept. 19

Adventures and Assignments A garden visitor in our blueberries More photos CLICK HERE Cedar Hill Continuing Care Community Celebrates 30 Years!  More photos: CLICK HERE A2VT at Lebanon Opera House  Hip Hop comes to Lebanon NH News You Can Use Weathersfield select board and town news : At the Sept. 4 select board meeting the members approved increasing the Land Use Administrator to a full-time position. The board voted to move $20, 212 from the fire services budget into the fire equipment reserve fund. This motion passed with John Arrison voting no. The board is moving forward in applying for the FEMA mitigation application for the Amsden Store property and has asked that John Broker-Campbell from regional Planning attend the Sept. 10 meeting. Also at the Sept. 17 meeting the town manager plans to explain a Municipal Fire Department option to the board. More information about the select board and the town contact Town Manage

Weathersfield Weekly Blog, Sept. 12

There's a bit of fall in the air. I felt it on Sunday when I was at the 6th Annual Vermont Mac and Cheese Challenge in Windsor for the Vermont Standard. It was the perfect day to be sampling all sorts of Mac and Cheese. The Public House Lobster Mac was terrific and Singleton's "Everything But the Kitchen Sink" rocked. After getting my photos (and filling my belly with comfort food) I headed home to watch opening weekend of football. Politics aside, I still enjoy spending Sunday watching football from 10 a.m. (ESPN) until about 11 p.m. for 17 weeks. I don't really care which team is playing, I just like watching the on-field strategy. Oh, and I'm getting ready to volunteer for the Vermont 50 on Sunday, Sept. 30 at Ascutney Mountain. Always a great day-I'll be setting my DVR so I don't miss any football. Assignments and Adventures On a fall feeling Sunday, what's better than some comfort food? A whole lot of comfort food. The Vermont Farmstead

Weathersfield Weekly Blog, Sept. 5

Hope you all had a great Labor Day. Ah, the unofficial end to summer. We knew it was going to happen but it seemed to come to quickly. I know we have a lot of summer weather left but the kids are back at school and the gardens are being harvested; I'm making sauce and pickles like crazy. We have a freezer full of blueberries and peaches to carry us through the long, cold, winter months. I've even seen a few turning leaves. So fall is on it's way people. We'll be raking leaves before you know it. Assignments and Adventures Friday night we traveled toTaylor Farm in Londonderry Vt. The farm hosted the Terrible Mountain String Band on Friday night. Terrible Mountain String Band is Lila and Ida Mae Specker, Josh Norman, and special guest Will Mosheim. More photos around the farm and of the concert: CLICK HERE Saturday at The Climb Fitness Center on Mount Ascutney about 100 people ran a Rainbow 5K Fun Run. This was the 3rd Annual Rainbow Run. A rainb

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