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PAWLET — The Pawlett Historical Society is pleased to present its August program, "Of Wheelmen, the New Woman, and Good Roads: Bicycling in Vermont, 1880-1920", to be presented by Luis Vivanco, a Professor of Anthropology at University of … more
MANCHESTER — Liz VanDelinder knows how it feels to be the only woman on the track, and she's ready to change that.The 26 year old motorcycle racer hasn't always had a need for speed, however."I didn't grow up riding bikes, I didn't even start … more
WATERBURY — The Commissioner of the Department of Public Safety, Thomas D. Anderson, and the Director of the Vermont State Police, Colonel Matthew T. Birmingham would like to express their sincere condolences to the families who have lost … more
On Aug. 17 at the next Dorset Historical Society Third-Thursday Lunchtime-Lecture, two ladies—Judy Harwood and Michele Pagan—will instruct you in how to uncover the full backstory of the house you live in. Ms. Harwood has extensively … more
Join the Green Mountain Club Manchester Section on either Saturday, Aug. 19, or Sunday Aug. 20, (or both) for this hike up Bromley Mountain. Join the trip leader for a wooded trail hike up the Long Trail from Routes 11 and 30 in Manchester to the … more
MANCHESTER —Learn to Knit at Manchester Community Library's Free WorkshopWant to learn to knit? Come to the Manchester Community Library's Free Beginners Knitting Workshop for all ages on Tuesday, Aug. 22, from 2 to 4 p.m. You can bring your … more
MANCHESTER — Manchester Elementary Middle School. came together with the community for its third St. Baldrick's Day on June 9.A total of 48 people cut their hair or shaved their head to do something to bring awareness to cancer. A total of 8 … more
Email calendar listings to news@manchesterjournal.com. We only accept events that are free to attend or benefit nonprofits or charitable causes. We prefer to receive submissions via email, and would like the information to be in plain text in the … more
PAWLET — Pawlet's Haystack Mountain Trail is receiving some much-needed maintenance, thanks to the efforts of the nonprofit Friends of Haystack and the Vermont Youth Conservation Corps.The trail winds up almost 1,200 ft in elevation to … more
With the departure of July we are entering the most challenging time of year for area fly anglers. As hard is it may seem to believe given the shrunken flows on our rivers the best dry fly fishing of the year is at hand. How can that be? The answer … more
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