Rose-breasted Nuthatch Before our snow melted away... Let Nature Nurture Try to get outside for 30 minutes of fresh air each day, rain or shine. It's good for both physical and mental health. Things to Do In and Around Weathersfield (Safely and/or Online) Virtual Family Science Workshops Hosted by the Montshire Museum Dec 28 at 10 AM – Dec 31 at 2:30 PM Fill your winter vacation with the joy of science! Take part in 90-minute family workshops for children 6-12 years old and their caregivers. Specific workshops are designed for older children. Even extended families in multiple locations can participate! Topics: December 28th: Salty Science and Save that Box! December 29th: Sink or Swim and Tesselations December 30th: Upcycled Fashion and Pop-up Cards and Creations December 31st: Mobiles and Ball Drop! Online Event https://www.montshire.org/montshire-at-home/virtual-family-science-workshops Words of Hope, Songs of Peace An Interfaith New Year’s Eve Vesper Service with Julane De
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A visitor during Winter Storm Gail-Male Cardinal And Speaking of Winter Storm Gail...We Got Some Serious SNOW How Much Snow Did You Get? Let Nature Nurture Try to get outside for 30 minutes of fresh air each day, rain or shine. It's good for both physical and mental health. Black capped chickadee White-breasted nuthatch White-breasted nuthatch Tufted titmouse On a recent hike before the snow hit, we saw some very interesting rock formations. Big Powder Attracts Out-of-State Visitors Our big snow storm on Thursday, Dec. 17 is attracting a lot of out-of-state skiers and riders. WCAX-TV 's Ike Bendavid was at Killington on Friday trying to find Vermonters to interview but wasn't having much luck. Watch his story at: https://www.wcax.com/2020/12/18/big-powder-day-attracts-out-of-state-visitors/ Be careful out there Vermonters! We'll be having LOTS of out-of-state visitors over the next few months; and not all may be adhering to the COVID-19 pandemic travel restrictions.