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Farmers market

Townshend: The Townshend Farmers Market is located on the lawn of the historic West Townshend Country Store. The Townshend Farmers Market will run every Friday through Oct. 14 from 4 to 7 p.m. On June 17, shop between 4 and 5 p.m. and receive a $2 discount on any purchase of $10 or more from participating vendors. Vendors include Wild Shepherd Farm and Sitting Tree farm, West Townshend Botanicals, Taft Hill Farm and Meadows Bee Farm, FinAllie Ferments, Bread From the Earth, Moose Robe, Nomadic Roots, Susan's Lemonade, Jersey Girl's Dairy, The Crooked Farm, Jamie's Jammin' Gifts, and Grafton Road Confections. Thai food offerings by Thai Hut and will be joined again by Yalla VT, offering fresh pita, hummus, and falafel.


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And from 4 to 7 p.m., wood-fired pizza, with a selection of local, seasonal toppings and Against the Grain gluten free pizza crust will be offered. Music for the evening will be performed by Shelving Rock.

Farmer's market

Bellows Falls: The Bellows Falls Farmers' Market will be held every Friday from 4 to 7 p.m. continuing through Sept. 16. On June 17, fresh produce, prepared foods, arts and crafts and more will be available for purchase, accompanied by family-friendly activities in the Hetty Green Park, just off Westminster Street and behind TD Bank on the corner of Church and School streets. Music by Jimmy Gordon and band. For more information, email daniel.hartigan@gmail.com or nana.glenda@gmail.com, or visit www.bffarmersmarket.com.

Invasives

West Brattleboro: On June 17, the Vermont Land Trust is partnering with Polatin Ecological Services to present a free workshop for people who manage private land that is infested with invasive plants. The field workshop will happen on land owned by the Vermont Land Trust. Participants will learn how to identify common invasive plants, map infestations, and control their growth and spread through demonstrations of tools and techniques. The workshop will run from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at 97 Meadowbrook Rd. Refreshments will be available at the beginning of the workshop, but please bring your own lunch. Space is limited. To register, contact Pieter van Loon, Director of Forest Stewardship at the Vermont Land Trust at 802-246-1502 or pieter@vlt.org.

Mud bog

Wilmington: On June 18, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., the Boyd Family Farm on East Dover Road is hosting a "Tonka Truck Mud Bog. Bring your Tonka, monster or favorite truck and experience the best mud Vermont has to offer. Washtubs provided for children and machines before the trip home. Pack a lunch and a change of clothes for the children and chairs for the parents are suggested. For more information, visit www.boydfamilyfarm.com or call 802-464-5618.

Fruit trees

Wilmington: On June 18 and 19, the Boyd Family Farm on East Dover Road is hosting a discussion on fruit trees and berry bushes. For more information, visit www.boydfamilyfarm.com or call 802-464-5618.

Spiritual insights

Brattleboro: What is the secret of relationships and what are the spiritual purpose behind our connections with others? All are welcome to an open discussion on "Spiritual Insights into Relationships," on June 18 at 3:30 p.m. at Brooks Memorial Library. Hosted by Eckankar. All are welcome. For more information go to www.eckankar-vt.org or call 800-772-9390.

Auditions

Guilford: On June 18, there will be auditions for the Guilford Center Stage's October production of "A Battle of Wits," between 10 a.m. and noon at the Broad Brook Grange.

Strawberries

East Dover: On June 18, the East Dover Baptist Church hosts its annual Strawberry Supper from 5 to 7 p.m. The menu includes a ham dinner with all the fixings and strawberry shortcake with real whipped cream for dessert. Tickets are $12 for adults, $5 for children ages 5 to 10; preschool and younger, free.

Summer reading

Vernon: On your mark, get set, read at the Vernon Free Library begins June 18. Stop in and sign a reading contract. For more information contact the library at 802-257-0150, email vernonfreelibrary@comcast.net or visit www.vernonfreelibrary.org.

Caterpillars

Brattleboro: The Brattleboro Area Farmers' Market welcomes The Caterpillar Lab on June 18 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Scandinavia

Brattleboro: In honor of Vermont's very own Social Democrat, Bernie Sanders, Latchis Arts presents a trio of films from Scandinavia on weekends in June. All films in the series are by donation, with proceeds benefiting Latchis Arts. On June 18, the feature will be "Good Things Await," and on June 25, the feature will be "Kon Tiki." All shows begin at 4 p.m. Proceeds from donations to the films benefit Latchis Arts. For information, visit latchisarts.org.

Pond life

Grafton: The Nature Museum's Director of Education, Kimberly O'Connor, will give a short indoor presentation on pond life, then will lead the group on a brief walk over to the pond across from The Nature Museum, from 10 to 11:30 a.m., June 18. The interactive program is geared for all ages and is fun for the whole family. Admission is by donation for the program and for browsing The Nature Museum. RSVP at www.nature-museum.org or by calling 802-843-2111.

Solstice

Williamsville: On June 18, starting at 3 p.m., there will be a Summer Solstice celebration at Manitou, including a circle dance, a sound healing concert and storytelling. Participants are encouraged to bring a picnic meal. Donations accepted for more information, contact Mary at 802246-1152 or mary@marystowe.com.

Building bridges

Chesterfield, N.H.: Come join Friends of Pisgah volunteers June 18, at 10 a.m., to create a new 23-foot span and ramp over a beaver-flowage stream on the South Woods Trail in Pisgah State Park. The new bridge will be put together on a new pathway bypass on the northern leg of the South Woods Trail, a bypass that does away with three rundown spans in the vicinity. The work day starts at the Horseshoe Road parking lot at 10 a.m. It's a mile walk down to the job site.

Dancing

Dummerston: An evening of community contra and square dances will take place at the Evening Star Grange on June 18, from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. Calling the dance and playing accordion for the dance will be Andy Davis, who will be joined by the band Continuum, from Amherst, Mass. All local graduates of an area school will be admitted free to this dance. There will be a potluck supper before the dance at 5:30 p.m. The program includes traditional New England contra dances, square dances, circle mixers, and couple dances. Admission is $4 for children, $7 for adults and $20 for a family. For more information or directions call Andy Davis at 802-257-1819 or email village@dancingmasters.com.

Swap program

Brattleboro: The WSWMD Swap Program on Old Ferry Road is a free outlet for materials that are still usable but for which there is no traditional re-use program. People are asked to use all other available outlets before bringing items to the Swap Program. Items brought in may be passed along to other non-profit groups. The Swap Program is open Saturdays from 8:30 a.m. to noon. Items brought in must be clean and in usable condition and must be accepted by a staff member before being left. Due to the need to close promptly at noon, large loads of donations may not be accepted after 11:45 a.m. Some items that usually are not accepted are appliances, upholstered furniture, carpet, computers, mattresses, clothes and tires. These items may be placed on www.freecycle.org. Items available this week include puzzles, games, books, baskets, records, coffee makers, flower pots, windows, toys, ski boots, bathroom sinks, dishes, coffee mugs, office chairs, records and audio cassettes. Swap Program info is available at windhamsolidwaste.org; email questions to swapshop@windhamsolidwaste.org.

Tag sale

Newfane: The Friends of the Moore Free Library are sponsoring a community tag sale on the Newfane Common on June 25, from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. More than 30 sellers have already reserved spaces but spaces are still available by contacting Julie at 802-365-7278 or julielav@sover.net or pickup a reservation form at the library, 23 West St.

Caterpillars

Walpole, N.H.: On June 19 from 1 to 4 p.m., at Distant Hill Gardens, Sam Jaffe of the Caterpillar Lab in Keene, will lead a discussion about some of the more important native host plants and the colorful and interesting caterpillars that need them to survive. The workshop will start with a short indoor presentation followed by an exploration of the forests, fields, and wetlands of Distant Hill Gardens in search of some of the many beautiful and ecologically important caterpillars found there. There is a suggested donation of $15 at the door. Space is limited; registration is recommended at distanthillgardens@gmail.com or 603-756-4179. This workshop is designed for adults. There is a child-friendly Caterpillar Lab event at Distant Hill Gardens on July 7. For more information, visit www.distanthill.org.

Learning differences

Putney: On June 19, starting at 7:30 p.m., Landmark College hosts Brock Eide and Fernette Eide, who will present "How Should We Think About Learning Differences? Why It's Time For a New Approach." Landmark College invites local and regional educators, professionals, community members, parents, and adults and teens who learn differently to attend. The talk will be the keynote address for the 26th annual Landmark College Summer Institute. The event is free, accessible, and open to the public. For more information, call 802-387-1662 or visit institute@landmark.edu.

Father's Day brunch

Guilford: On June 19, there will be a Father's Day Brunch at the Broad Brook Grange from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. The menu includes all-you-can-eat eggs and omelettes made to order; pancakes, French toast, Guilford maple syrup, fruit salad and homemade baked goods. $12 for adults, $10 for seniors, $5 for ages 2 to 12; free for those under 2. No reservations necessary. For more information, call 802-257-1961.

Compassion Friends

West Brattleboro: The Compassionate Friends of Brattleboro, a national self-help organization for families that have had a child die, will hold its next monthly meeting June 19 from 2 to 4 p.m. at the West Village Meeting House, 29 South St. The Compassionate Friends provides highly personal comfort, hope and support to every family experiencing the death of a son or a daughter, a brother or sister, or a grandchild, and helps others better assist the grieving family.

Collector club

Brattleboro: The Brattleboro Collectors Club celebrates Fathers' Day by joining the Keene, N.H., group holding a coin, sports card and postcard show at the Keene Knights of Columbus on June 19 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. There is no admission charge at these events. For more information, call Jim at 802-379-2353.

Ranger life

Brattleboro: On June 21 at in the conference room of Brattleboro Memorial Library at 7 p.m., Wendy Redlinger will present "Ranger Life in Yellowstone: 1933-1954," a discussion of her the first 13 years of her life living at Yellowstone with her father, Frank Anderson. Presented by Audubon Society of Southeastern Vermont.

Youth empowerment

Bellows Falls: On June 22, starting at 6 p.m., Greater Falls Connections is hosting a community meeting in response to the closure of the local Boys & Girls Club, in the Rockingham Town Hall. The mission of the meeting to is to find ways to create a new program for youth. RSVP by June 20 to Scott Sharland at scott@greaterfallsconnections.org or 802-463-9927, ext. 213.

Potluck

Drewsville, N.H.: The Walpole Seniors will meet at the Pickering's in Drewsville at noon on June 20 for their annual potluck picnic. In case of rain, it will be at the First Congregational Church in Walpole. Everyone is asked to bring a main course dish or a salad to share with the members. A lawn chair would be helpful. Dessert and beverages will be provided.

Wisdom

Chesterfield, N.H.: Registration is now being taken for "Honoring Our Wisdom: Manifesting Our Dreams," a day-long retreat for women on June 25, starting at 9 a.m. at Hallelujah Farm, a retreat center. Fee is $85 and includes continental breakfast and lunch) The retreat is limited to 12 women. More Information and to register, visit www.revdvorah.com or call 603/762-3311.

Farm stand

Brattleboro: The Brattleboro Retreat will begin hosting a weekly outdoor farm stand on the front lawn of the hospital's campus starting June 21. The farm stand will be open to the public and will be held throughout the growing season on Tuesdays from 2:30 to 5:30 pm. Fresh vegetables from New Leaf Community Supported Agriculture farm located in Dummerston will be for sale. This new venture was spearheaded by Retreat CEO Dr. Louis Josephson and New Leaf CSA farmer Elizabeth Wood. For more information, call 802-254-2531 or e-mail farmer@newleafcsa.com.

Summer reading

Brattleboro: The Rockingham Free Public Library Summer Reading Program kicks-off on June 21 with "Dance with Ashley!" a creative movement program led by Ashley Hensel-Browning. June 21 is also the night of the Eighth Annual Stuffed Animal Sleepover. Bring a doll, figure or stuffed animal to the Youth Department any time on June 20 or 21 and library staffers will create a video of how they spent the night in the library. For more information, call 802-463-4270, email youthservices@rockinghamlibrary.org, go visit rockinghamlibrary.org.

'The Borrowers'

Dover: The Dover Free Library is hosting a showing of "The Borrowers" on June 21 starting at 6 p.m. Rated G. Popcorn and door prizes will be provided. For more information, visiti www.doverfreelibrary1913.org.

Senior meal

Dummerston: Evening Star Grange and Senior Solutions will be sponsoring the 4th Wednesday Senior Lunch on June 22 beginning at noon. Chefs Sallie May and Larry Lynch will be preparing a meal of hamburgers, hotdogs, potato salad, tuna mac salad, as well as chips and strawberry/rhubarb cobbler for dessert. A sugar-free or reduced sugar dessert will also be available. Books will be available for borrowing from Lydia Taft Pratt Library until the next luncheon. A donation of $3 for seniors and $4 for the younger folks is requested. Takeouts are available by calling the Grange at 802-254-1138.

Reunion

West Brattleboro: The Brattleboro High School Class of 1956 will celebrate its 60th reunion on June 22 at noon at the home of Stu and Beverly Thurber at 30 Covey Rd. Classmates are urged to contact Pete Harrison at 802-722-3080 or studebaker99@comcast.net, or Stu and Beverly at 802-254-8113 or bthurber99@hotmail.com for details.

Book lounge

Brattleboro: Duo Restaurant on Main Street is hosting a weekly mingle for poets, writers, and readers every Thursday from 7 to 10 p.m. The Book Lounge is curated by the editors of The Hopper literary magazine. On June 23, meet book agent/author/publisher Dede Cummings. On June 30, Anna Alter, the author of "Sprout Street Neighbors" will be on hand. And on July 7, Abigail Gehring, publisher at Skyhorse Publishing, will be in attendance.

Dinner and a movie

Putney: On June 23, Next Stage Arts Project and The Gleanery host dinner and a movie featuring "Beasts of the Southern Wild," with special guest host Joe Rudge. The chefs at the Gleanery will serve a special Louisiana-themed menu at 5:30 p.m., in time for diners to make it to the hosted 7 p.m. film screening around the corner at the newly-renovated and air-conditioned Next Stage. Prices for the dinner and movie combination are $23. For reservations call 802-387-3052. Limited seating available.

Artists' town meeting

Bellows Falls: The Rockingham Arts and Museum Project, in tandem with artists Chris Sherwin, Jeanette Staley and Clare Adams, is hosting an Artists' Town Meeting at 33 Bridge St. on June 23, starting at 6 p.m. The location is home to WOOL FM and Chris Sherwin's Glass Studio. The focus of these meetings is to bring together artists, artisans and local growers in order to share ideas, challenges and opportunities. The meeting is informal and includes a potluck. RSVPs are encouraged and appreciated at email ramp@sover.net with "Artists' Town Meeting" in the subject line or by calling 802-463-3252.

Senior meal

Williamsville: On June 23 at noon at the Williamsville Town Hall in the downstairs dining room, there will be dinner for seniors in Williamsville and surrounding communities. The menu includes chicken pot pie, roasted root vegetables, cranberry sauce, salad, apple pie and ice cream. The meal is prepared at the Williamsville Town Hall kitchen by Jon Julian owner/chef of Top of the Hill Grill, hosted by Nancy Rysz and Natalie Donovan and sponsored by Senior Solutions. The suggested donation for this meal is $3.50 for age 60 and over and $4 for under age 60. Call Nancy Rysz at 802-348-7729 for information and reservations.

Candidates for governor

Brattleboro: The Brattleboro Area Chamber of Commerce, Brattleboro Memorial Hospital, Auto Mall, Brattleboro Ford/Subaru, the Brattleboro Development Credit Corporation, the Brattleboro Retreat, Brattleboro Savings & Loan, Green Mountain Leadership Center, Hampton Inn, Sam's Outdoor Outfitters, The Works Bakery Café, Vermont Country Deli, WKVT and BCTV are hosting a Vermont Gubernatorial Candidates Forum featuring Matt Dunne (D), Peter Galbraith (D), Sue Minter (D), Bruce Lisman (R), and Phil Scott (R), on June 28 starting at 7:15 a.m. at the American Legion on Linden Street. The $12 admission includes a full buffet breakfast, but non-chamber members must pay in advance. RSVP required by Friday, June 24 at greg@brattleborochamber.org or 802-254-4565. The forum will be moderated by Chris Graff.

Community lunch

Brattleboro: On June 24, the Brattleboro Police Department and the Women's Freedom Center are hosting a free community lunch at the Whetstone Walkway from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. The menu includes hot dogs and hamburgers. The lunch is an opportunity to meet with members of the local police department.

Cuba

Brattleboro: The Vermont Center for Photography will host an artist talk with photographer and educator Magdalena Solé in conjunction with her solo exhibition "Cuba Hasta Siempre" on display at VCP, on June 24 at 6 p.m. at 49 Flat St. Free and open to the public. Light refreshments will be served.

Barbecue chicken

Hinsdale, N.H.: On June 25, from 5 to 7 p.m. at 105 Meetinghouse Road, the North Hinsdale Community Church is hosting a chicken barbecue with applesauce, baked beans, homemade coleslaw, rolls and strawberry shortcake. The cost is $7 for adults and $5 for children younger than $5. Advance tickets are $5 and $3. For more information, call 603-256-6930 or email nhcc.hinsdalenh@gmail.com.

Town picnic

Vernon: On June 25 starting at 9:30 a.m., Vernon residents are invited to the town's annual picnic and firefighters' muster. From 9:30 a.m. to 11 a.m., there will be a softball game between Vernon residents and town employees. At noon, the Vernon Fire Department will take on members from area fire departments in the muster. The fire department will also prepare a barbecue lunch. There will be a penny carnival from 3 to 5 p.m. and a town potluck from 5 to 7 p.m. Dance to a DJ at the pavilion and stay to watch the fireworks. For more information on how you or your business or organization can be involved, contact Josh Unruh at 802-380-2875.

Chicken dinner

Hinsdale, N.H.: On June 25, from 5 to 7 p.m., the North Hinsdale Community Church is hosting a barbecue chicken dinner at 105 Meeting House Rd. The menu includes barbecue children, applesauce, baked beans, homemade coleslaw, rolls, and strawberry shortcake. The cost is $7 for adults and $5 for children older than 7. Advanced tickets at $5 and $3 are available by calling 603-256-6930 or emailing nhcc.hinsdalenh@gmail.com.

Ham radio

Townshend: On June 25 and 26, at 2099 Simpson Brook Rd. starting at 2 p.m., the West River Radio Club will be hosting "Field Day," a demonstration of emergency communications abilities and an opportunity for the public to talk with ham radio operators. For directions to this event and to learn more about amateur radio, visit www.westriverradio.org or send an email to ka1zqx@arrl.net.

Circle dance

Brattleboro: On June 26 from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. there will be a community circle dance at the Aikido Studio, 11 Cottage St. Led by Mary Koon and Floyd Guyette. All dances taught. No partner needed. All welcome. Donations appreciated. For information, call Parker Huber at 802-257-9108 or Mary Ellen Cannon at 603-631-0768.

Roses

Wilmington: On June 26, the Boyd Family Farm on East Dover Road is hosting a discussion on roses. For more information, visit www.boydfamilyfarm.com or call 802-464-5618.

Cowboys

Brookline: On June 26 starting at 10 a.m., West River Stables is hosting Cowboy Mounted Shooting, a sport that combines elements of old-time Wild West, along with the elements of equestrian skills; all done while using two .45 caliber single action revolvers, loaded with five rounds each of black powder blanks to shoot ten balloon targets set in a special random pattern. Free and open to the public. Lunch prepared by the Horse Crazed 4-H Group available for purchase. For more information, contact Christine Boudreau at 802-353-0554 or sasafras67@aol.com.

Community dinner

West Brattleboro: From noon to 1:45 p.m. on June 26 at the West Brattleboro Baptist Church at 979 Western Ave., there will be a community meal featuring barbequed chicken, homemade potato salad, watermelon, Italian bread, dessert, and beverage of choice. All are welcome.

Hill hike

Westminster West: The Windmill Hill Pinnacle Association will offer a free guided hike on June 26 from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Led by Pinnacle Board Member Tony Coven, the hike will follow the wilder route to lesser-known Latham Trail. Hikers should call Tony Coven at 802-387-6650 to register or receive additional information. Participants should meet promptly at 9:30 at Westminster West Church to split cars and carpools between the start at Latham Trail and finish at the Holden Trail kiosk.

Contra dance

Brattleboro: Brattleboro Dance is presenting a contradance on June 26 at 118 Elliot St., from 7 to 10 p.m. The caller for this bimonthly dance (second and fourth Sundays) is Nils Fredland. Live music will be preformed by Anadama from Boston. Admission is $10 to $12 for adults, $8 for college students, and $5 for youth. For information, email brattcontra@gmail.com or call 802-258-1723.

Change

Putney: On June 26 from 3 to 5 p.m. at the Putney Public Library, Parents Exchange for Change, a campaign of 350Vermont, will present "Joanna Macy and the Great Turning," a 26-minute film about building solidarity amongst parents by taking action to protect the health and safety of the collective future. Kids activities and childcare available. Free. For more information, contact Abby@350vt.org

Fitness

Brattleboro: Beginning June 27, the Recreation and Parks Department is hosting an eight-week fitness class at the Gibson-Aiken Center, 207 Main St. for people16 years of age and older. The cost of the program is $50 for once a week, $60 for two times a week and $75 for three times a week. Non-residents add $25. Drop ins are $10 a class, which runs from 12:10 to 1:10 p.m. with yoga on Mondays, yoga and strength on Wednesdays and yoga and pilates on Fridays. The instructor, Cyndy Gray, has a B.S. in Physical Education and is a certified to teach both Yoga and Pilates. Also available are kickboxing and conditioning classes on Saturdays at 9 a.m. and Wednesdays at 5:30 p.m. For more information, call 802-254-5808.

Invasives

Bellows Falls: On June 27 at 7 p.m. at the Rockingham Library, Marie Caduto will present a program about the most common invasive plants and insects in southeastern Vermont. This program is free and open to the public. For more information, call 802-463-4270, visit rockinghamlibrary.org or stop by the library at 65 Westminster St.

Great books

Brattleboro: The Brattleboro Great Books Discussion Group will be discussing "Immigrant Voices: 21st Century Stories," by Leonardo La Fountain-Stokes, "Diogenes," by Pablo Helguerra, "Bamboo," by Edwardo Halfon, and "Encrucijada," by Roberto G. Fernandez on June 27 from 7 to 9 p.m. in the meeting room of Brooks Memorial Library. For more information, call Michael N. Landis at 802-257-1851 or e-mail emagicmtman@gmail.com.

Climate change

Brattleboro: The Climate Change Café will host a discussion at its 4th Tuesday of the month gathering on June 28 at 6 p.m. in the Brooks Memorial Library Meeting Room. As always, the cafe is free, and light refreshments will be available. The meeting will explore with those present what their needs are right now in the midst of this crisis? What are their concerns and those of their families, friends and their community? Is global warming part of what concerns them? Special guests at this cafe gathering will be members of the locally based 99th Monkey Affinity Group, who have been grappling with some of these questions in defining their own mission. For more information, contact Tim Stevenson at bereal@vermontel.net or 802-869-2141.

Summer reading

Putney: Putney Public Library is kicking off its summer reading program on June 29 at 11 a.m. with a family concert by Stephen Coronella. This year's theme is On Your Mark, Get Set, Read!, and Coronella will perform his sports-themed program titled Racing With the Wind. Kids can also sign up for the reading tracking portion of summer reading, a self-paced, non-competitive reading program that includes tracking how many books you've read over the summer

Fireworks

Wilmington: The Annual Deerfield Valley Independence Day Celebration and Fireworks will take place on July 2 (Rain date, July 3) from 6 to 9 p.m. at Hayford Field. In addition to fireworks, there will be bouncy houses for kids, the Jacksonville Blues Band, and hot dogs, burgers, pizza, and much more to feast on during the pre-fireworks festivities. Fireworks display begins at 9:10 p.m.

Chamber mixer

Bellows Falls: Join the Great Falls Regional Chamber of Commerce on July 13, from 5:30 to 7 p.m. for its annual mixer, "A Taste of the Great Falls Region," at the Waypoint Welcome Center, 17 Depot St. New, existing and prospective members are invited to experience the welcome center, designed with historical and interpretive area photographs. Enjoy local foods, microbrews and networking. Door prizes include the chance to win a free one-year Chamber membership worth $300. For more information, contact Deb or Doreen at info@gfrcc.org, call 802-463-4280 or visit www.greatfallschamber.org

Old Home Day

Bellows Falls: The 40th annual Rockingham Old Home Days will be held on Aug. 6, at the Waypoint Center. The Chamber is currently seeking craft, food, and flea market vendors to participate in this celebrated, family-friendly community event. Many new events have been added this year, including performances by the finalists of Southern Vermont Idol, and a record crowd is anticipated. For more information, contact Deb or Doreen at info@gfrcc.org, call 802-463-4280 or visit www.greatfallschamber.org

Old Home Day

Jamaica: Vendors now needed for Jamaica Old Home Day, which is set for July 23. Artists, crafters, homesteaders, gardeners, self-sustaining entrepreneurs and vendors. For more information and to get an application, contact dkameden@svcable.net or find Jamaica Old Home Day on Facebook.

Fair Day

Townshend: The Grace Cottage Hospital Auxiliary Fair Day is continuing a wonderful tradition. The Aug. 6 event will again include an art show. Area artists and craftspeople are encouraged to display their works in this show, which will be held in the Townshend Church on the Townshend Common throughout Fair Day. The artwork and crafts pieces in the show will be for sale, with a portion of the proceeds going to benefit Grace Cottage Hospital. Those interested in exhibiting in the show should contact Lois Phoenix at 802-365-7568 or stoneagers@yahoo.com, Pokey Lyman at 365-7964 or shotsie@svcable.net, or Lauri Miner at 802-365-4194 or ldm@svcable.net as soon as possible. Space is limited. The Grace Cottage Hospital Auxiliary Fair Day is a major fundraiser that helps the hospital purchase needed equipment. This year's Fair Day begins at 9 a.m. and goes until 6 p.m. on August 6. For more information about Fair Day, call 802-365-9992 or 802-365-9109.