Weathersfield Weekly Blog, January 24 edition

Greetings from Key West, Florida

Yes, I am a wimp, I ran away from the below zero weather and have been enjoying the sunny, warm days in Key West.

I've visited this island, probably 6 or 7 times over the years, but this is the first time where I/we have concentrated on doing the non-drunken Parrothead (Jimmy Buffett Fans) things.

Over the next week, I'll be posting my travel adventures here in my blog, in case you'd like an escape from our frigid Vermont weather.

Happiness is a wild bottled nose dolphin playing off shore.

News You Can Use
ICYMI (In case You Missed It)

Juvenile seriously injured in West Windsor snowmobile crash, officials say

WEST WINDSOR — A juvenile operating a snowmobile suffered severe injuries when he crashed and was thrown from the vehicle near Farnham Hill Road in West Windsor on Sunday afternoon, according to authorities.

The injured juvenile, whose identity was not released, was flown by helicopter to Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, authorities said. His condition was not clear as of Wednesday.

“Speed was certainly a major factor, and unfamiliarity in operating the vehicle,” said Lt. Jason Gravelle, warden with the Southern District of Vermont Fish & Wildlife in Springfield, who was among the responders to the scene.

Gravelle said the operator of the snowmobile “struck an embankment” near a stream bed and was thrown from the vehicle.

West Windsor Fire Department, West Windsor FAST Squad, Windsor Ambulance, Windsor Police and Vermont Fish & Wildlife responded at the scene.

Black Bears Giving Birth 

Mary Holland writes in her Naturally Curious Blog

It's hard to imagine at this time of year, but sometime between the last half of January (the full moon in January is often called the ‘bear moon’) and the first part of February Black Bears give birth to between one and five (usually two) tiny, blind, almost hairless, 9-inch long, one-half pound cubs, each about the size of a chipmunk. The cubs are totally dependent on their mother for food and warmth.

Most dens are exposed to the cold air, as they are located under fallen logs and brush, or are dug into a bank. Occasionally they are on the ground with little or no cover; in all of these locations, the mother acts like a furnace, enveloping her young and breathing on them to keep them warm. The cubs do not hibernate, but nap frequently. Like human mothers, Black Bear mothers sleep when their young sleep, and are alert when their cubs cry and let them know that they are in need of attention. (Photo: taken in March of two-month old Black Bear cubs)

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If you're a Loon-atic like me you might enjoy this talk...
Our Favorite Loon Stories by Daniel and Virginia Poleschook

In this presentation on February 3rd at 7 PM EST, Daniel Poleschook, Jr. and Virginia R. Poleschook, a husband-and wife team who have studied Common Loons in the Pacific Northwest for 26 years, will recount their favorite loon stories. They will discuss many of the behaviors and events that they have documented over the years, including: territorial and other social interactions between loons, instances that demonstrate loons' high intelligence, tales of loon migration in western North America, and many other stories that reveal amazing characteristics of loons. This talk will be live streamed on LPC's YouTube channel.

Rapid tests slated for general public may be diverted to schools

Mike Dougherty reporting for VT Digger writes: 

On Jan. 6, Gov. Phil Scott announced a new initiative to mail 500,000 rapid Covid-19 tests directly to Vermont households.

Two weeks later, more than two-thirds of those tests have been shipped to Vermonters’ doorsteps. But Scott’s office has now signaled that the remainder may be diverted from the general public to schools, child care providers or long-term care facilities.

Officials have not yet decided how to allocate the 150,000 remaining tests, said Jason Maulucci, Scott’s press secretary, on Friday. But the administration “wanted to keep options open based on what the situation and circumstances will be at the time.”

The shift comes as schools struggle to secure enough test kits to implement the state’s new “test at home” guidance and as long-term care facilities face a sudden new spike in cases.

Supplies of at-home rapid antigen tests have been limited at Vermont pharmacies throughout the fall and winter, and demand far exceeded supply at state-run distribution events before the holidays.

New vaccination requirement takes effect Saturday at Canada border
Fred Thys reporting for VT Digger writes:

Starting Saturday, the United States will require anyone who is not a U.S. citizen or permanent resident to provide proof of vaccination against Covid when crossing the land borders or coming over by ferry.

“Starting on January 22, 2022, the Department of Homeland Security will require that non-U.S. individuals entering the United States via land ports of entry or ferry terminals along our Northern and Southern borders be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and be prepared to show related proof of vaccination,” said Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro N. Mayorkas in a press release.

“These updated travel requirements reflect the Biden-Harris Administration’s commitment to protecting public health while safely facilitating the cross-border trade and travel that is critical to our economy.”

The new restriction applies to all border crossings between Canada and Vermont.

The measures were first announced by the Department of Homeland Security in October.

They mirror vaccination requirements already imposed by Canada, and match the requirements the U.S. has imposed for international travelers arriving by air.

Unlike Canada, the United States is not requiring proof of a negative Covid test for admission through the land border.

Vermont reports 7 more Covid deaths on Friday, bringing January’s total to 34

The Vermont Department of Health reported seven more Covid-19 deaths Friday, after it was unable to report fatality figures on Thursday due to a “widespread server issue.”

Thirty-four people have died in Vermont from Covid so far in January, putting this month on track to see fewer deaths than December.

However, infections and hospital visits for the virus have skyrocketed in recent weeks, leading the Department of Financial Regulation to predict on Tuesday that deaths would remain elevated through February.

The Department of Financial Regulation also said Tuesday that Covid cases would “slow and possibly decline,” based on regional patterns and Vermont’s lowering average.

The health department reported 1,766 new people tested positive for Covid as of Friday, lowering the seven-day average to 1,396 cases per day. The average has dropped about 14% in the past week, but remains far higher than the roughly 800 cases per day reported at the start of January. Hospitalizations also remain high. The state reported 108 people were in Vermont hospitals due to Covid-19 on Friday, including 27 in intensive care. That’s compared to a peak of 122 Covid-19 patients two days ago.

In total, 514 people have died in Vermont from Covid-19 since the beginning of the pandemic.

2022 UVTA Skate-a-Thon at Lake Morey-Postponed until February 12 10 a.m.-3 p.m.
1 Clubhouse Road - Fairlee, VT 05045

Join the Upper Valley Trails Alliance and other winter sports enthusiasts as they skate laps around the Lake Morey Skating Trail a.k.a the longest groomed skating trail in the United States!

Entry fee gets you free Nordic Skate Rentals (first come, first served - Skate rental is VERY limited this year. Please bring skates if you have your own), hot chocolate, soup, and raffle tickets for awesome prizes! Skaters get one additional raffle ticket for each lap around the lake (5 laps = 5 tickets).

Purchase event tickets here or at the Lake Morey Resort on the day of the event. Tickets purchased on the day of the event can be by cash, check, or credit card (for a small additional fee).


Passport holders get into the event for FREE! If your children bring their passport to the event and present it to the registration table, they qualify for free admission and can count the ice skating as a day of physical activity in their passport! To qualify, children MUST have passport present and discount only applies to children with passports. Accompanying adults and children without passports present will have to purchase tickets.

All proceeds from this fundraiser go to support the Trails Alliance in their efforts to develop and maintain trails in the region.

Brought to you by the Upper Valley Trails Alliance, with support from the Lake Morey Resort and Nordic Skater.

Why Get Vaccinated?

Well...Check out these stats

Hospitalizations/Deaths by Age and Vaccination Status

Do it for Yourself, Your Family, Your Community

The best way to make an appointment is through the Health Department’s website:
Or call 855-722-7878 
Monday – Friday, 8:15 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday, 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

COVID-19 Boosters Available for Vermonters 12+
You should get a booster if you are 12 or older and you received:
your Johnson & Johnson vaccine at least two months ago or
your second dose of Pfizer or Moderna vaccine at least six months ago


Getting your booster shot is FREE and easy! Visit for more information, and to find a location that offers the Pfizer vaccine near you.

To register through the Health Department website:
Click the “make an appointment” button.
Log in to your account. Have the information you need to log in ready.
If you are eligible by work or medical conditions, you may need to update your details in the registration system before making an appointment. Go to the Dependent/Household/Client tab and click the UPDATE DETAILS button.
Proceed with making your appointment.

If you have not previously been vaccinated through the state registration system, need assistance or speak a language other than English, call 855-722-7878.

You will not need to show proof that you’re eligible or have to be a Vermont resident, but please bring your vaccination card. You must have an appointment for the vaccine clinic.

Health officials are also reminding Vermonters that it’s time to get your annual flu vaccine, and that there is no waiting period between getting a COVID-19 booster and getting your flu shot.

COVID-19 vaccines are highly effective, and a booster dose gives your body extra protection. This is especially important as the world continues to face the Delta variant of the virus that causes COVID-19. Moderna and Johnson and Johnson boosters have not yet been authorized by the CDC, and we will keep Vermonters up to date as we await guidance.

Masks Work
If you don't think so, next time you're in the hospital for surgery tell your doctor you don't think masks work so they should take them off during your procedure. Just saying.

Cases in Vermont

Vermont Current Cases Dashboard
(Click on the graph to be taken to the web page. Use the arrows at the bottom of the screen on the web page to scroll through the graphs.)

Weathersfield has 226 cumulative case of COVID-19 since March 2020.
Seventeen (17) new cases since last week, reported on 1/21/2022

Vermont State Resources and COVID-19 Response Information

COVID-19 In Vermont Communities

COVID-19 Frequently Asked Questions:
COVID-19 vaccinations:

Stay Safe
  • Get vaccinated (and boosted!) as soon as you are eligible
  • Stay home if you feel sick
  • Get tested if you have any symptoms, may be a close contact, or have taken part in activities that could put you at risk, such as large gatherings
  • Wash your hands regularly

Wearing a mask:
The Health Department currently recommends wearing a mask in public indoor settings, because a significant portion of the population remains unvaccinated and the more transmissible Delta variant is spreading.

Wearing a mask helps protect you and the people around you from getting or spreading COVID-19. A mask helps contain your respiratory droplets and can keep them from reaching other people. COVID-19 can spread even if a person does not have any symptoms. This is how we reduce spread of the virus and outbreaks in our communities, schools and businesses.

If you are fully vaccinated – it is still possible to get and to spread the virus, but the risk is lower. Wearing a mask in public indoor settings is recommended, but you can also assess whether a mask is needed based on a space’s size, the number of people in it, the amount of time you’ll be there, and case rates in the county and in the community.

We urge everyone to follow the prevention steps to protect yourself and the people around you, especially if:
  • you have a weakened immune system or are around someone who does
  • you have children who can’t yet be vaccinated
  • you’re traveling to a place with high transmission and low vaccination rates

The Vermont Health Department revised their guidelines on December 30, 2021

If you test POSITIVE (PCR, LAMP or ANTIGEN) Regardless of Vaccination Status:

Stay home and
isolate for 5 days
You can leave your home on day 5 if: 
  • You never had symptoms, or your symptoms have improved and you feel better
  • AND you have had no fever for at least 24 hours without the use of medicine that reduces fevers
  • AND you wear a mask around others through day 10.
  • AND, when possible, it is recommended that you have two negative antigen tests performed at least 24 hours apart beginning no earlier than day 4
Health Care workers have different guidelines.

Notify your close contacts that you have tested positive.

If you do an at-home test REPORT your Test result.

Home COVID-19 Test Kits-How to Use Them
VT Digger-Riley Robinson

A lot of us are thinking about how to celebrate the holidays while feeling a little more Covid-19-safe this year. Testing is one tool for that, and here’s posted by VT Digger a little how-to video on using an at-home rapid test.


Follow the latest USA vaccination and COVID Risk Maps at

Town of Weathersfield

AARP Tax Aide Return to Proctor Library

The Weathersfield Proctor Library announced that they will be hosting the AARP Foundation Tax-Aide assistance on Tuesdays at the library at
 5181 Route 5 Ascutney, Vermont.
Please call 802-875-2418 to make your appointment.

Weathersfield Police Blotter 

Select Board

All regular meetings are broadcasted live on Comcast channel 1087, VTEL Channel 161, and on Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m.

Selectboard Members  
David Fuller Chair  
Mike Todd   Vice Chair
Kelly O'Brien  Clerk
Joseph Jarvis Member
Paul Tillman Member

Select Board Meets 1st and 3rd Mondays of the Month 6:30 p.m. 
February 7
February 21

Meeting Minutes
January 18/January 20 (should be published Tuesday 1/25)
December 6 (Not posted at press time Dec. 13 in violation of Vermont's Open Meeting law. )
November 1 (Not posted at press time Nov. 8 in violation of Vermont's Open Meeting law. The posted minutes are from the October 18th meeting NOT Nov. 1)
July 19 (posted on Monday, July 26 at 8:22 a.m. in violation of Vermont's Open Meeting law)
July 6  
April 19
April 5February 1

*Vermont Open Meeting Law
Minute posting: Minutes of all public meetings shall be matters of public record, shall be kept by the clerk or secretary of the public body, and shall be available for inspection by any person and for purchase of copies at cost upon request after five calendar days from the date of any meetingMeeting minutes shall be posted no later than five calendar days from the date of the meeting to a website, if one exists, that the public body maintains or has designated as the official website of the body. Except for draft minutes that have been substituted with updated minutes, posted minutes shall not be removed from the website sooner than one year from the date of the meeting for which the minutes were taken.

Weathersfield School

Early Release Day January 28, 2022
No School February 14-18, 2022 Winter Break
Early Release Day February 25, 2022
No School March 11, 2022
Early Release Day March 25, 2022
Early Release March 31, April 1, 2022
No School April 11-15, 2022 Spring Break
Early Release Day May 27, 2022
No School May 30, 2022
June 14, 2022-Tentative last Day of School

From the School Newsletter, Principal Martes reported that the school has had several classes that have had an exposure to COVID and required quarantining or test to stay (TTS). Any students that were affected were notified by an email and phone call. 

The information on the new procedures was sent out by Dr. Baker earlier in the week. 

Kudos to Mrs. Robinson’s and Ms. Powers’ kindergarten classes adjusting their traditional “Peace Walk” to celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and making it virtual, so that the students still had the opportunity for the activity, but doing it in a virtual world. 

Students during PE class this week started with cross country skiing or snowshoeing. It was great to watch the students work on this very vigorous activity and have fun while doing it. 

Thank you to Mr. Shambo for completing our own original 7 habits song that highlights Leader in Me. We will be sharing it with students, so that they can start singing the 7 habits.  

Remember next Friday, January 28th is an early release day and all students will be released at 12:00 PM. 

Meeting Agendas may be found HERE

Weathersfield School Board will meet on Tuesday, February 8 at 6:00 p.m.

February 8
March 8
April 12
May 10
June 14

Location: 135 Schoolhouse RD Ascutney

School Board Meeting VIDEOS
Meeting Minutes
December 14 (Not posted at press time Dec. 20 in violation of Vermont's Open Meeting law. )

COVID-19 Plan for School Year

The plan for returning students has been posted online for parents to review. LINK

Windsor Southeast Supervisory Union

Dr. David Baker, Superintendent Update January 19, 2022

The proposed changes in guidance include the following:

Testing Positive
  • A student or staff member who tests positive must be quarantined for a minimum of five (5) days and produce consecutive negative antigen tests on days 4 and 5 and have no symptoms in order to return to school - this includes any after school activities. If that person continues to test positive, then they remain quarantined until they produce 2 consecutive days of negative tests or complete ten (10) full days of quarantine and are symptom free
  • If a student tests positive, they will not be allowed to return to sports programs, physical education, or outside recess unless they are cleared by a Primary Care Physician
  • Parents should contact the school nurse when any positive results are found using any testing protocol.

Close Contact
  • A vaccinated student or staff member who is a close contact may continue to come to school and participate in activities but must have two consecutive negative antigen tests on day 4 & 5 and remain symptom free.
  • An unvaccinated student or staff member who is a close contact may continue to come to school as long as they have consecutive negative antigen tests for five (5) days. If the unvaccinated person tests positive, then the clock starts all over again for any close contacts.
  • We will provide the appropriate number of Family Antigen Test Kits for all vaccinated and unvaccinated students or staff who either test positive or become close contacts.
  • We still ask that families use precaution when monitoring symptoms every morning. If you suspect a COVID-related symptom, then please contact your school nurse. We may be able to help provide the initial antigen test.
  • If you test positive, it is critical that you quarantine from all activity for the full five (5) days. We are finding circumstances where exceptions are being made for off-campus activities and this provides more cause for spread.
  • We still ask that students remain masked at school when inside, but students may now remain unmasked when outdoors.
  • We will continue to do what we can do with respect to sanitizing and hand washing in our buildings.
  • Individual building administrators and nurses will work with families around best methods for passing out the appropriate number of Family Test kits.
  • Family Testing is on the honor system and we trust that our parents will test as prescribed and report positive results.
Please keep in mind that if you test positive and choose not to participate in the testing program, then you will need to stay home and quarantine for a full ten (10) days and remain symptom free before returning. If you are a close contact and choose not to participate in the testing program, then you will need to quarantine for a minimum of five (5) days and be symptom free.

Things to Do In and Around Weathersfield

Get Outdoors, Entertainment, Classes, Workshops 

Music and Laughter in the Air...

Lebanon Opera House

Banff Centre Mountain Film Festival-Tuesday, January 25 & Wednesday, January 26 7:00 p.m. Tickets

Mike McDonald's Comedy Extravaganza-Friday, February 11 7:30 p.m. Tickets

St. Paul and The Broken Bones-Saturday, March 12 7:30 p.m. Tickets

Allman Betts Band-Wednesday, March 16 7:30 p.m. Tickets

Bela Fleck My Bluegrass Heart-Tuesday, April 5, 2022  7:30 p.m.Tickets

Keystone Revisited-Saturday, April 9 (rescheduled from October 2021) Tickets GA Orchestra and Reserved balcony seats.

Bob Marley (comedian)-Friday, May 13 Tickets

"If I Could Ride" (film premiere) Sunday, May 15 Tickets are FREE but a reservation is required. Donations to Helping Hooves accepted at the door. 

If I Could Ride is based on the book of the same name by local author Don Miller. This heartwarming tale–filmed in Upper Valley locations including Plainfield, Windsor, South Woodstock, and North Hartland–follows two teenagers: Jodie, a girl with physical disabilities whose family struggles, and Bridgett, a girl whose family lives a very lavish lifestyle. Witness how fate unites two seemingly different young girls to prove the existence of true friendship through physical and emotional trials. A family-friendly movie suitable for all ages!

If I Could Ride is donating all proceeds from the film screening to Helping Hooves at Willow Brook Farm in Plainfield, NH, which offers Equine-Facilitated Mental Health counseling services to children and teens.

A suggested $10 donation per ticket is requested at the theater entrance. Checks are payable to Willow Brook Farm/Helping Hooves. We appreciate your support in this effort!

COVID-19 Health and Safety rules in effect at LOH:
For entrance to all indoor Lebanon Opera House events, all patrons, staff, and volunteers must show a valid ID and proof of full vaccination – 14 days past their final vaccination shot – or proof of a negative COVID-19 test within three days of the event. Children under 12 years of age are exempt from this policy.

Face coverings will be required for everyone, regardless of age or vaccination/testing status, at all times while inside the building per City of Lebanon requirements. Masks will be provided to any guests that request them.

Proof of vaccination can be in the form of your physical vaccine card or a photo/scan of your card. We do, however, recommend patrons use the safe and secure Bindle app that’s being adopted by other arts organizations throughout the region. Download “My Bindle” via the Apple App Store or Google Play Store.

Although our general policy is “no refunds/no exchanges” unless the show is cancelled or rescheduled, we acknowledge that the “rules of engagement” are changing and you may be interested in seeking a refund. In those cases you will have options to get a credit for a future show or a refund. Please contact us at and we’ll be happy to assist you.



Whole Roasted Tro

Within Reach Yoga 

at The Perkinsville Community Church

Indoor Classes are at Perkinsville Community Church-You must Register for each class at least a day ahead by emailing Lisa.
Class sizes limited to 7.

Candlelit Gentle Flow Mondays
Mondays, 5:30-6:30pm
Jan. 24, 31 for $40 pre-paid
~Perkinsville Church~

Slow Flow, Rest + Restore Tuesdays
Tuesday Options: 8:15-9:15am OR 9:30-10:30am
Jan. 25 for $30 pre-paid
~Perkinsville Church~

Yoga at Perkinsville Community Church

Monthly yoga class series are being held in-person at the Perkinsville Community Church, 5 Church Street, Perkinsville VT (the greater Springfield/Ascutney/Okemo area). 

Walk-ins can register up to 24hrs ahead by emailing Lisa and are available on a first-come, first served basis (classes fill early!). 

Please arrive 5 minutes early with your own props and mats. Covid guidelines are being upheld with distancing and masks required anytime you're off your mat. An air purifier runs during class. Please do not attend if you feel sick.

Cooking Classes

Saturday, January 29 - 5:30 PM EST
Visita a la Taquería Parada #1: Al Pastor
Virtual Taco Tour Stop #1: Al Pastor
- $ 15.00

Saturday, February 12 - 5:30 PM EST
Mole Rosa con Pollo, Cerdo
o Vegetales
Chicken, Pork, or Vegetables in
Pink “Mole” Sauce
- $ 15.00

Saturday, February 19 - 5:30PM EST
Pipián Rojo con Pollo, Cerdo,
o Vegetales
Chicken, Pork, or Vegetables in
Red “Pipián”
- $ 15.00

Sunday, Februay 27 -10:30AM EST
Burritos de Chorizo Rojo y Verde
Burritos with Homemade
Red and Green Chorizo
- $ 15.00

Saturday, March 5 - 5:30 PM EST
Visita a la Taquería Parada #2: De Bistec
Virtual Taco Tour Stop #2: Mexican Style Beef
- $ 15.00

Saturday, March 19 - 5:30 PM EDT
- $ 15.00

Sunday, March 27 - 10:30 AM EDT
Mercado de Mariscos Parada #1:
Coctel de Camarón y Pescaditos
Seafood Market Stop #1:
Shrimp Cocktail and “Pescaditos”
- $ 15.00

Saturday, April 2 - 5:30 PM EDT
Chile Ancho Relleno Para Cuaresma
Vegetarian Stuffed Ancho Pepper
- $ 15.00

Sunday, April 10 - 10:30 AM EDT
Mercado de Mariscos Parada #2:
Consomé de Camarón
y Tostadas de Camarón
Seafood Market Stop #2:
Shrimp Broth and Shrimp Tostadas
- $ 15.00

Saturday, April 30 - 5:30 PM EDT
Visita a la Taquería Parada #3:
Alambre de Pollo y Volcanes
Virtual Taco Tour Stop #3:
Chicken with Vegetables
and “Volcanoes”
- $ 15.00

Workshops Online


Vermont Online Workshops

Lots of events and movies online. Contact: AARP Vermont Email: with questions.

Visit Our Local Restaurants

Bistro Midva Midva is open Wednesday-Saturday 4:30-9:30 p.m. (Closed Sunday, Monday and Tuesday) Call (802) 299-1553 or visit their FACEBOOK PAGE for more information.

Exit Ate  Eat In or Take-Away Has Been SOLD
Greg will be cooking until December 31st. 

Harpoon Beer Garden and Brewery 802-674-5491
336 Ruth Carney Drive
Windsor, VT 05089

Inn at Weathersfield (802) 263-9217 
Dine inside or outside Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays, call for a reservation 802-263-9217. 1342 VT Route 106 Perkinsville, VT 05151

Outer Limits Brewing (802)-287-6100
Closed Mondays and Tuesdays;  Wednesdays and Thursdays 3-8 p.m.; Saturdays noon-8 p.m. with LIVE MUSIC; Sundays noon-6 p.m..
60 Village Green, Proctorsville, VT 05153 

Springfield Diner-seating inside/outside daily 7 a.m.-2 p.m. Ice cream shop open Thursday-Sunday 1-7 pm. Daily specials.

Villagers Ice Cream Restaurant-CLOSED for the season 

The Hanover Chamber put together this list of Curbside Restaurants:

Check to see if your favorite restaurant is open for outdoor and/or indoor dining. Most are requiring reservations so call ahead for their guidelines and business hours.

Food Assistance

Ascutney Union Church Food Cupboard in Ascutney 5243 Route 5 Saturdays 9-10 a.m. call 802-674-2484.

Weathersfield Food Shelf in Perkinsville.

Beginning Thursday, January 13, the regular opening schedule of 2:00 pm-4:00 pm on the 2nd and 4th Thursdays of each month will resume. 
 The Weathersfield Food Shelf is located in the 1879 Perkinsville Schoolhouse at 1862 Route 106 in Perkinsville. The Food Shelf has lots of good food to offer!

Call the Weathersfield Town Office to be refereed to a volunteer, visit the Weathersfield Food Shelf Facebook page and leave a message, email
Donations of non-perishable food are always welcomed and may be dropped off at the facility during open hours or placed in the collection box at Martin Memorial Hall. For more information, call 802-263-5584 or email

Hartland Food Shelf in Hartland. 4 Corners UU Church Fridays 8-10 a.m., Saturdays 10 a.m-2 p.m.

Reading-West Windsor Food Shelf in Reading. Mondays 2-4 p.m. and Thursday 4-6 p.m. Stone School 3456 Tyson Rd, Reading.

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