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First Friday Gallery Walk - 5:30-8:30 p.m. First Friday of the month.Galleries, eateries and businesses exhibit artwork by local artists. Brattleboro

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Southern Vermont Traveler
Have guests coming and want something special to do? The Windmill Hill Pinnacle Association has self-guiding nature brochures for two of its many trails. These guides present information about their specific territory that will enhance any hike. The Pinnacle hiking system features 20 miles of trails running from Putney Mountain to Grafton. Full Story

State forests offer New England's unique beauty
The United States Forest Service dates back to 1905. There are now more than 150 national forests covering nearly 190 million acres of land throughout the country.  Full Story

Annual Putney Craft Tour Named Top Ten Vermont Winter Event
For the second year in a row, the Vermont Chamber of Commerce has named the Annual Putney Craft Tour as a Top Ten Winter Event (2015/16). The tour has also been approved as a Vermont Arts Council 2015 event. Also of note, the tour is the oldest continuing craft studio tour in North America. Full Story

Puppets in the Green Mountains International Festival: Walking to the Borders - embracing "otherness"

Sandglass Theater is presenting its 9th international Puppets in the Green Mountains Festival: Walking to the Borders from September 11 to 20 with a tidal wave of puppet experiences in and around Putney and Brattleboro. Full Story

New Faces, New Places
The B's Nest, a new store at 19 Elliot Street, Brattleboro, grew from a chance encounter, when two sisters, Brenda Knock and Beverly Buccheri, walked by a couch in the window of an empty storefront caught Buccheri's eye. She stopped. "I like that couch!" she said. Full Story