Reprinted by permission of The Vermont Standard
You never know what wonders nature will place along your path. Walking in Ludlow the other day I watched a small red squirrel chasing a larger grey one. That fierce little guy was in hot pursuit!
Recently our family enjoyed an amazing weekend in Burlington, where we surprised Tom for his birthday with a sailboat ride through Whistling Man Schooner Company. It was a perfect day – sunny, warm and breezy enough to move us nicely through the beautiful waters of Lake Champlain. So, if you are looking for some different way to enjoy nature, I would highly recommend it. Plus, Church Street always provides entertainment and interesting shopping!
Reminder about the annual Strawberry Festival starting at 5:00 PM on Wednesday evening at Camp Plymouth State Park – food, fun, and Adam Boyce for entertainment.
The Reading Group will meet on Thursday, 6/21 at the Community Center at 6:30 PM to discuss Rules of Civility by Amor Towles. All are welcome.
Consider attending Sunday morning yoga with Dawn Wetzel at 10:30 AM at the Community Center. The cost is $12 per class or $90 for 10 classes. You will need to bring your own mat. For more information contact: email@example.com
I understand that the New England Brass Band (NEBB) will provide a free performance on Tuesday, July 3rd at Albert Bridge School in Brownsville beginning at 5 PM. Starting at 6 PM, there will be music, food, then fireworks at dusk at Ascutney Mountain. It is a lovely spot and perfect for kids to work off some energy.