Cavendish Update 5/24/19: SB/103 schedule/News/Events

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5/24/19 Cavendish Update

1. Work schedule for 103 for 5/27/19

2. Cavendish Select Board Meeting

3. Cavendish Related News

4. Events

 

1. WORK SCHEDULE ON 103 FOR THE WEEK OF 5/27/19: Anticipated Weekly Work Schedule from Pike Industries. All work is subject to change due to weather or other unforeseen delays.

SPECIAL TRAFFIC CONSIDERATIONS FOR THE UPCOMING WEEK: Alternating one-way traffic patterns may occur at the location of active construction operations. A speed reduction zone (40 MPH) will be put in place throughout the length of the daily active construction zone. Speed limit reduction signs will be taken down at the end of each work day, and the speed reduction will not be in effect during non-work hours.

 Paving operations are dependent on weather and surface conditions, and the paving schedule is subject to change as a result.

MEMORIAL DAY HOLIDAY: In observance of the Memorial Day holiday, crews will be off of the road by noon on Friday, 5/24. Work will resume on Tuesday, 5/28 at 7:00 AM. Have a safe and enjoyable holiday.

 Tuesday (5/28) to Saturday (6/1) Paving: Paving final PPST (wearing course) in Ludlow working towards Mount Holly.  Speed reduction from Ludlow to Mount Holly. Line Striping Target placement for line delineation.

 Tuesday to Friday Plug Joint (bridge joints): Bridge Plug Joint in Chester and Cavendish. Speed reduction Chester to Ludlow.  

2. MAY 13 CAVENDISH SELECT BOARD MEETING: Cavendish Select Board Meetings are videotaped by Okemo Valley TV and are available at their website.  In addition, minutes are available at the Cavendish Municipal website.

The following actions were taken at the May 13th meeting:

• Approved Liquor License for Outer Limit Brewing. Located on the Proctorsville Green, plans to open July 4th.

• Approved Outdoor Consumption Permit for Neal’s

• Approved Dan Tyrrell to the Cavendish Fire District #2 (Cavendish Fire Dept) Prudential Committee, completing Stuart Lindberg’s term, who recently resigned from the Committee.

• Approved service contract with Windsor County Sheriff’s Department for FY 19-20. The deputies will continue to patrol for 12 hours per week at a cost of $55 per hour and .60¢ per mile.

• Approved CCCA using the Proctorsville Green for Summer concerts for six Wednesdays during July and August.

• Approved use of the Proctorsville Green for CTES 6th grade graduation on June 19

Discussed:

• Green Up Day activities-50 volunteers cleaned 20 roads in town

• Plans for replacement of bridge/culverts located on Brook Rd and Meadowbrook Farm Rd

• VT 100 Endurance Race, open to runners and horseback riders, will pass through parts of Cavendish on July 20-21.

• Depot St. Bridge replacement is on schedule

• Wastewater Aeration System replacement will be starting soon, as well as cleaning out the ditches on the dirt roads.

• Town wide reappraisal is complete and property owners should have received an Official Notice of Change of Appraisal booklet.

• Cavendish’s Memorial Day activities will take place on Thursday, May 30, starting at 10 am at CTES. This year’s parade will be in Cavendish Village

• Select board member Sandra Russo read a statement in support of fellow Selectmen Stuart Lindberg. See the Vermont Journal

 

3. CAVENDISH RELATED NEWS

Meal Train for Courtney Hillhouse and sons: To help support Cavendish resident, Drew Kauffman’s family-Drew recently died after a 15-year battle with brain cancer- a “meal train” has been established. Please go to the Meal Train website if you can make a meal.

Cavendish Historical Society News: The Cavendish Historical Society’s Spring Newsletter is now on line. The new doors in the Museum are now installed and are awaiting painting and some finish work. The Annual Plant Sale takes place on Saturday morning, May 25, from 8:30 to noon, with an early bird special from 5-7 on Friday.

Flags are Flying in Cavendish and Proctorsville Villages: Thanks to Streetscapes and the Cavendish and Proctorsville Fire Departments, flags are now flying in both villages. Just in time for Memorial Day weekend, the volunteers had to fight the black flies in Proctorsville and very wet conditions in Cavendish. Nonetheless, spirits were good as many volunteers helped to “raise our flags.” To support the Streetscapes effort, as well as to honor someone with a flag, please go to Cavendish Streetscapes: Raise Our Flags

 High Speed Chase Goes Through Cavendish: A Mount Holly woman, who was out on court-ordered pre-trial release conditions after she pleaded innocent last December to charges that she attempted to rob a convenience store, is accused of leading police on a drug-fueled chase Wednesday morning at speeds of up to 130 mph in a stolen car. The half-hour-long chase began at 8 a.m. in Weathersfield and wound around North Springfield a couple of times before it roared up through the Proctorsville Gulf on Route 103 into Cavendish, squeezed through a narrow construction zone and eventually ended in downtown Ludlow. Jennifer Graham, 37, was brought into court Thursday afternoon in White River Junction where she pleaded innocent to felony counts of attempting to elude police, grand larceny and operating a vehicle without the owner’s consent.  She also pleaded innocent to accompanying misdemeanor charges of speeding, drugged driving, providing a false name to police and violating conditions of pre-trial release. Currently, across all her cases in various counties, Graham is facing a maximum potential penalty of over 50 years in prison if she were to be convicted of all the charges now pending against her. Daily UV

TRSU Violated Open Meeting Law: With Two Rivers Supervisory Union (TRSU) Superintendent Meg Powden not in attendance, board chair Paul Orzechowski admitted that the TRSU board had violated Vermont’s Open Meeting Law and apologized at a May 16 special meeting held by video conference. What do we have to do to remedy the situation?” asked Dan Buckley, the lone TRSU board member holding down the fort at the SU offices in Ludlow – the site of the meeting warned in the agenda. Orzechowski said that his apology and training would take care of it, then asked for a motion to hold an open meeting training session at the next TRSU board meeting on June 6, 2019. Chester Telegraph

AOT Maps Route to Lower Speed Limit at GMUHS: Representatives of Vermont’s Agency of Transportation came to Chester on Monday to look at Rt. 103 around Green Mountain High School and hear from the public on why the speed limit should be lowered from 40 mph to 30 mph there. Chester Telegraph

 

4. EVENTS

MAY 24 (FRIDAY): Early Bird special at the Cavendish Historical Society’s Annual Plant Sale 5-7 pm in front of the Museum.

• Ludlow Farmer’s Market begins

MAY 25 (SATURDAY): Cavendish Historical Society Annual Plant Sale, 8:30-noon in front of the CHS Museum.

MAY 25 -26 (SATURDAY-SUNDAY): VT Open Studio. Location #99 (Fletcher Farm) Instructors will be demonstrating in the barn. From 10-4 the Fabric and Craft Supply Sale will continue in the Craft Shoppe. Creative Metalworking class with Piper Strong in the Rough Barn. Space is still available! Remember, 50% off one class annually, for Cavendish residents!

MAY 27 (MONDAY): MEMORIAL DAY. Legal Holiday. Town Office and school closed

MAY 28 (TUESDAY): School closed for teacher in-service

MAY  30 (THURSDAY): Cavendish Memorial Day celebration starting at 10 am at CTES. This year’s parade will be in Cavendish Village.

JUNE 8 (SATURDAY): GMUHS Alumni Parade Chester

JUNE 14 (FRIDAY): GMUHS Graduation

JUNE 19 (WEDNESDAY): CTES 6th grade graduation. Proctorsville Green, 6 pm

• Last Day of School for GMUHS

JUNE 20 (THURSDAY): Last day of school at CTES

JULY 27 (SATURDAY): 9th Annual Cavendish Town Wide Tag Sale. 9-2

SEPTEMBER 14 (SATURDAY): VT Golden Honey Festival. 10-4 Part craft fair, part food festival, the VT Golden Honey Festival is a community favorite. Located on the lawn of the Golden Stage Inn, 399 Depot St. in Proctorsville. Proceeds of this event will benefit VT Coalition of Runaway and Homeless Youth (Ludlow and Proctorsville. For vendor and other information: vtgoldenhoneyfestival@gmail.com or 802-226-7744 (Julie).

For information on upcoming events, go to the Cavendish Connects Calendar. For area events, check the Okemo Valley Chamber of Commerce calendar.  

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Cavendish Update 5/17/19 Work schedule 103/Mentors/Events

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5/17/19 Cavendish Update

1. Work schedule for 103 for 5/20/19

2. Cavendish Related News

3. CTES Needs Mentors

4. Events

1. WORK SCHEDULE ON 103 FOR THE WEEK OF 5/20/19: Anticipated Weekly Work Schedule from Pike Industries. All work is subject to change due to weather or other unforeseen delays.

 Paving operations are dependent on weather and surface conditions, and the paving schedule is subject to change as a result.

Monday & Tuesday May 20-21: Continue final Bonded wearing course machine paving in Chester, VT working toward Ludlow village. Please be aware that there will be a numerous amount of trucks during paving operations. Line Striping Targets (LST) will be used for temporary line delineation. Temporary 40 MPH speed reduction package from Route 10 in Chester to the Ludlow/Cavendish town line. Begin bridge plug joints in Chester, VT just north of Route 10, and continue to Shrewsbury, VT.

Wednesday 5-22-19: Final Bonded wearing course machine paving in Chester, VT working towards Ludlow village. Please be aware that there will be a numerous amount of trucks during paving operations. Line Striping Targets (LST) will be used for temporary line delineation. Temporary 40 MPH speed reduction package from Route 10 in Chester to the Ludlow/Cavendish town line.

 Thursday -Saturday May 23-25: Similar to Wednesday’s schedule plus Begin bridge plug joints in Chester, VT just north of Route 10, and continue to Shrewsbury, VT.

 

 2. CAVENDISH RELATED NEWS

Celebration of Life for Drew Kaufman: For the last 15 years, Drew Kauffman lived fully with brain cancer. Unfortunately, his life was cut short at 44 years of age, leaving behind his wife Courtney Hillhouse and his two young sons, Sawyer and Finley. A Celebration of Life will be held on Sunday, May 19, 2 pm at Dejours in Ludlow. To support the Kaufmanns during this challenging time, and to offset medical bills, a Go Fund Me site has been set up as well as a donation jar at the Cavendish Library. Checks can also be sent to  Courtney Hillhouse, 44 Laplante Rd., Cavendish VT 05142.

Lindberg Resigns from CFD Prudential Board: At the monthly meeting of the Cavendish Fire Department, Prudential Board member Stuart Lindbergh submitted his resignation. Daniel Tyrrell will take his place on the Prudential Board. CFD Minutes.

SB Member Defends Lindberg: At the Monday, May 13, Select Board meeting, member Sandra Russo made a statement in support of fellow board member Stuart Lindberg. He had come under “personal attack” by Amy Perry, a Proctorsville Fire Fighter,  at the last Select Board meeting April 8. She had called for his removal from the board, criticizing the objectivity of Lindberg, who is a volunteer at the Cavendish Fire Department, in the wake of increasing tension between the two departments as the subject of a fire district merger has come to the forefront in Cavendish town politics. Russo went through each complaint levied by Perry, having contacted other organizations where Perry accused Lindberg of inappropriate behavior. Neither group found a problem with his behavior.  Chief Audette of Pine Point Fire Training responded to Russo that he didn’t know where these comments came from and that Lindberg was “professional and courteous and not out of line.”  As for Perry’s concern of Lindberg having hidden personal agendas, Russo offered, “I don’t think anyone has to worry about Stu’s hidden personal agendas. There is nothing hidden about Stu. He tells you how he feels about everything.” Russo finished by saying, “As far as I’m concerned, this issue with Stu being on the Select Board is closed.”  Vermont Journal

GMUSD Board Oks Contract, Appoints New Members, Seeks Safety Upgrades in Cavendish: The board of directors of the Green Mountain Unified School District (GMUSD)  ratified its agreement with its support staff at a special meeting last Thursday, but not without questions about the timing of the work. Wayne Wheelock replaces Kahty Muther as the Baltimore representative to the board. Cavendish representative Doug McBride brought up the issue of school safety at CTES, pointing out that the signal to reduce speed when flashing hasn’t worked in weeks, the school crossing graphics and other lines painted on the street have all but disappeared. He moved to have the superintendent see to them and also on a “non-urgent” basis look into lights for the CTES parking lot and report to the board when the budgeted safety gates would be installed at the school. The motion passed. Chester Telegraph

 

3. CTES NEEDS MENTORS: Cavendish Town Elementary School is working with Windsor County Partners in running a mentoring program. This change allows mentoring to take place at the school as well as in the community. The goal of the mentoring program is to develop meaningful friendships based on trust and respect, and to promote healthy life choices that strengthen a mentee’s self –esteem and self-confidence. Mentors in the Community PALS program commit to two hour’s per week or six-eight hours per month, while School PALS mentors meet one-hour per week for the duration of the school year. FMI: 802-674-5101 or wcmentors@outlook.com

 

5. EVENTS

MAY 17TH-19TH (FRIDAY-SATURDAY): Black River Good Neighbor Rummage Sale at Fletcher Farm on 103. The sale is 10-4 on Friday and Saturday and 9-2 on Sunday. FMI: Audrey at 802-228-3663. The Fabric and Craft Supply Sale will take place from 10-4 in the Craft Shoppe at Fletcher Farm.

MAY 19 (SUNDAY): Drew Kaufmann Celebration of Life, 2 pm at Dejours in Ludlow, VT

MAY 24 (FRIDAY): Ludlow Farmer’s Market begins

MAY 25 (SATURDAY): Cavendish Historical Society Annual Plant Sale, 9-2 in front of the CHS Museum.

MAY 25 -26: VT Open Studio. Location #99 (Fletcher Farm) Instructors will be demonstrating in the barn. From 10-4 the Fabric and Craft Supply Sale will continue in the Craft Shoppe. Creative Metalworking class with Piper Strong in the Rough Barn. Space is still available! Remember, 50% off one class annually, for Cavendish residents!

JULY 27 (SATURDAY): 9th Annual Cavendish Town Wide Tag Sale. 9-2

SEPTEMBER 14 (SATURDAY): VT Golden Honey Festival. 10-4 Part craft fair, part food festival, the VT Golden Honey Festival is a community favorite. Located on the lawn of the Golden Stage Inn, 399 Depot St. in Proctorsville. Proceeds of this event will benefit VT Coalition of Runaway and Homeless Youth (Ludlow and Proctorsville. For vendor and other information: vtgoldenhoneyfestival@gmail.com or 802-226-7744 (Julie).

For information on upcoming events, go to the Cavendish Connects Calendar. For area events, check the Okemo Valley Chamber of Commerce calendar.  

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CFD May Monthly Meeting Minutes

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Monthly Meeting minutes for Cavendish Fire District Tuesday May 7th 2019 7 p.m.

2153 Main Street Cavendish, Vermont

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Public in attendance:  Daniel Tyrrell, Terry Ranney, Michele Lindberg(clerk) Abraham Gross, Mike Kell, Shawn Cunningham(Chester Telegraph) Rebecca Nareau.

Board in attendance: Scott Ranney, Bob Evens, Stu Lindberg  

Meeting called to order by Stu Lindberg 19:01 hours

Read and discussed secretaries report. Motion to accept by Scott Ranney, seconded by Bob Evens,

Read and discussed treasurer’s report. Motion to accept by Scott Ranney, seconded by Bob Evens

Prudential committee reorganization: Stu offered a letter of resignation to become effective at the end of the meeting: Letter reads,

May 7, 2019

“To the Cavendish Fire District 2 committee,

Effective at the adjournment of the CFD2 monthly meeting on Tuesday May 7th, 2019 I resign my position as a member of the committee. I will be continuing on as a member of the fire department and doubling my efforts, time and energy in enlisting new members, responding to calls and furthering my training as an emergency medical responder.

Sincerely,

Stu Lindberg”

Motion by Bob Evens to accept, second by Scott Ranney.  So moved.

Stu made a motion to appoint Daniel Tyrrell, as a new member of the Cavendish Fire District 2 Prudential Committee.  Second by Scott Ranney, All in favor. So moved.

Discuss old business: No old business

Discuss new business: Engine 3 and 4 are both repaired and operational.

Deputy Chief’s report: Abe spoke to the change in leadership in the department and the challenges of the modern fire service.

Discussion with the Public: Question and Answer session with Shawn Cunningham regarding the mission of the fire department and future plans.

Motion to adjourn the meeting at 19:59 by Bob, second by Stu. So moved.

 

Cavendish Update 5/10/19: Tech Cafe/TRSU/103 Schedule

Spring is here and work is once again underway on the Museum’s new doors. Thank you Dave Stern and Bob Naess.

Spring is here and work is once again underway on the Museum’s new doors. Thank you Dave Stern and Bob Naess.

 

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5/10/19 Cavendish Update

1. Tech Cafe-May 14

2. Work schedule for 103 for 4/29-5/3

3. Cavendish Related News

4. Events

1. TECH CAFE-MAY 14: Cavendish Connects and the Cavendish Library are co-sponsoring the first ever “Cavendish Tech Cafe” on May 14 (Tuesday from 6-8 pm) at the Library in Proctorsville.  Bring your smart phone, laptop, tablet (iPad) to learn how to use them as well as how to use Facebook, Instagram and other social media sites. For those bringing devices, be sure they are well charged and/or bring power cable just in case. This is a free and open to the community event. FMI: cavendishconnects@gmail.com or 802-226-7807.

2. WORK SCHEDULE ON 103 FOR THE WEEK OF 5/13/19: Anticipated Weekly Work Schedule from Pike Industries. All work is subject to change due to weather or other unforeseen delays.

Monday 5-13-19: No Work Scheduled

Tuesday 5-14-19: No work Scheduled

Wednesday 5-15-19: Final Bonded wearing course machine paving in Chester, VT working towards Ludlow village. - This will include lots of trucks; Line Striping Targets (LST) will be used for temporary line delineation; Temporary 40 MPH speed reduction package from route 10 in Chester to Ludlow, Cavendish town line.

Thursday 5-16-19: Continue final Bonded wearing course machine paving in Chester, VT working towards Ludlow village. - This will include lots of trucks; Line Striping Targets (LST) will be used for temporary line delineation; Temporary 40 MPH speed reduction package from route 10 in Chester to Ludlow, Cavendish town line; Begin bridge plug joints in Chester, VT just north of route 10, and continue to Shrewsbury, VT.

 Friday 5-17-19: Continue final Bonded wearing course machine paving in Chester, VT working towards Ludlow village. - This will include lots of trucks; Line Striping Targets (LST) will be used for temporary line delineation; Temporary 40 MPH speed reduction package from route 10 in Chester to Ludlow, Cavendish town line; Continue bridge plug joints in Chester, VT just north of route 10 and continue to Shrewsbury, VT.

 

3. CAVENDISH RELATED NEWS

Household Hazardous Waste Collection: There will be a household hazardous waste collection on Wednesday, May 15 at the Springfield Transfer Station, 2:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. for residents of Andover, Athens, Baltimore, Cavendish, Chester, Grafton, Ludlow, Plymouth, Reading, Rockingham, Springfield, Weathersfield, West Windsor, and Windsor. Sponsored by the Southern Windsor/Windham Counties Solid Waste Management District and the host town. Call 674-9235 for more information or visit www.vtsolidwastedistrict.org for a list of what to bring and what not to bring.

Chester Telegraph Claims TRSU Board Violated State Open Meeting Law: In a complaint dated May 7 and sent to Two Rivers Supervisory Union Superintendent (TRSU) Meg Powden, board chair Paul Orzechowski, and copied to board members and Chris Winters, Vermont Deputy Secretary of State,  Cynthia Prairie, editor and publisher of The Chester Telegraph, is contending that the board of the SU improperly entered into an executive session even after it was warned that it was doing so illegally. This is not the first time The Telegraph has filed a complaint about the board violating Vermont’s Open Meeting Law. This law allows “public bodies” like select boards and school boards to meet in private but only under specific circumstances. At the May 2 TRSU board meeting, board members did not appear to understand why they were being called into an executive session, nor did the nature of the item to be discussed, “labor relations” met the criteria for exemption. When questioned about the executive session, Powden stated that they weren’t obligated to give any further information, then what appeared on the agenda. The Telegraph believes that it was not cited properly and Powden’s refusing to answer violated at least the spirit of the law that says that the board must “indicate the nature of the  business of the session.” The Telegraph’s written letter to the TRSU Superintendent and Board chair is available here, while the article appears at The Telegraph’s website.

TRSU May 2 Board Meeting: At the May 2, Two Rivers Supervisory Union (TRSU), the board approved a job description for Meg Powden, Superintendent, and looked at a Non-bargaining Personnel handbook draft, which would equalize days off for employees doing the same job across districts. For more information on this meeting, see the VT Journal.

Okemo Valley TV Seeking Board Nominations: The annual Board of Directors election is coming up in June. Would you or someone you know be a good candidate to help local profit, independent, & local public media grow and thrive? Any resident of Andover, Ludlow, Mount Holly, Plymouth, Reading, or Cavendish who is at least 18 years of age is eligible to serve on the Board. Multiple seats are available. If interested contact Executive Director, Patrick Cody 228-8808. Nominations must be received by June 7, Friday.  FMI

Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive:  On Saturday, May 11, the National Association of Letter Carriers together with other partners is hosting its 27th annual Stamp Out Hunger food drive. Postal carriers in Cavendish will be participating. Please leave your bag of food donations at your mailbox on Saturday before your letter carrier arrives. In Cavendish, a bin will be set up in the post office to receive donations. The food will be collected and distributed to Black River Good Neighbor Services. Some nonperishable items that are very good choices include canned meat, canned fish, canned fruit and vegetables, box meals, canned soups and chili, boxed or bagged cereal, peanut butter, and coffee. Please do not leave outdated products, home-canned good, or perishable items.

 

4. CHS PLANT SALE CHANGED TO MAY 25: Since it was started, the Cavendish Historical Society’s (CHS) annual plant sale has been held the Saturday before the 4th of July. However, as a result of Town Garage fire (Feb. 2017), the Museum's water supply was adversely impacted.

As the expression goes, "Vermont has two seasons, winter and the 4th of July." Last year’s plant sale was on one of the hottest days in the summer and it was difficult protecting plants from the sun and keeping them hydrated. The decision was made to avoid that by switching the weekend to the Saturday of Memorial Day, which many think of as the planting weekend anyway.


To that end CHS’s annual plant sale will take place on May 25, Saturday, from 9-2 in front of the Museum (Route 131 in Cavendish). The plant list, with new information being added, is available at the CHS Blog. Some plants can be pre ordered including the tomato plants. 

If you have plants you would like to donate to the sale, please call 802-226-7807 or e-mail margocaulfield@icloud.com CHS can help with pots and soil.

 

5. EVENTS

MAY 11 (SATURDAY): Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive. Leave your bag of food donations at your mailbox on Saturday before your letter carrier arrives. You can also bring donations to the Cavendish Post Office.

MAY 12 (SUNDAY): HAPPY MOTHER’S DAY

• Dr. Gene Bont’s Celebration of Life will be held at Gethsemane Church Parish Hall from 2-4 pm. The church is located off Depot St. in Proctorsville.

MAY 14 (TUESDAY): Cavendish Connections Tech Cafe, 6-8 pm at the Cavendish Town Library in Proctorsville. Bring your smart phone, laptop, tablet (iPad) to learn how to use them as well as how to use Facebook, Instagram and other social media sites. This will be free and open to the Cavendish community.

MAY 15 (WEDNESDAY): Hazardous Waste Collection, 2-6 PM at the Springfield Transfer Station.

MAY 16 (THURSDAY): GMUSD board meeting, 6 pm at the Chester Andover Elementary School.

MAY 17TH-19TH (FRIDAY-SATURDAY): Black River Good Neighbor Rummage Sale at Fletcher Farm on 103. The sale is 10-4 on Friday and Saturday and 9-2 on Sunday. FMI: Audrey at 802-228-3663.

MAY 25 (FRIDAY): Ludlow Farmer’s Market begins

MAY 26 (SATURDAY): Cavendish Historical Society Annual Plant Sale, 9-2 in front of the CHS Museum.

JULY 27 (SATURDAY): 9th Annual Cavendish Town Wide Tag Sale. 9-2

 SEPTEMBER 14 (SATURDAY): VT Golden Honey Festival. 10-4 Part craft fair, part food festival, the VT Golden Honey Festival is a community favorite. Located on the lawn of the Golden Stage Inn, 399 Depot St. in Proctorsville. Proceeds of this event will benefit VT Coalition of Runaway and Homeless Youth (Ludlow and Proctorsville. For vendor and other information: vtgoldenhoneyfestival@gmail.com or 802-226-7744 (Julie).

 For information on upcoming events, go to the Cavendish Connects Calendar. For area events, check the Okemo Valley Chamber of Commerce calendar.  

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