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The 34th annual International Boutique begins Saturday, Dec. 2 and runs through Saturday, Dec 9. The Boutique is a benefit for Amurtel; all profits will go to support projects for women and children here in Vermont and around the world. And this year a special focus will be on supporting ongoing relief efforts in Puerto Rico.
In this day and age with climate change green initiatives are very important to many, many folks. Here in Vermont’s Mad River Valley Peter and Susan MacLaren, innkeepers of the West Hill House B&B in Warren, are doing a number of things to help protect and preserve the environment.
The Waitsfield United Church of Christ in Vermont is nearly done with a major project to renovate its Village Meeting House, which provides community members common areas and space to meet and gather.
Earlier this fall my friend Doug and I set out on our road bikes during a beautiful afternoon to climb the Roxbury Gap in Vermont
On a recent summer morning I set out on my road bike to make the climb up the beautiful Appalacian Gap, also know as the App Gap. I started my ride in Fayston, Vermont at the intersection of German Flats road and Vermont 17 and slowly climbed the 4.4 miles to the peak, which is at an elevation of 2,369 feet. Overall, it was an ascent of 1,370 vertical feet.
This past weekend the Vermont Mountain Bike Association (VMBA) and the Mad River Riders teamed up with Sugarbush and the Mad River Valley to host the Vermont Mountain Bike Festival. Based out of Mt. Ellen, this is the second year in a row the event was held in this location.
The Warren 4th of July parade was celebrated in the Mad River Vally Vermont for the 69th consecutive year on Tuesday, July 4th and it certainly lived up to its reputation as a wild, wacky and fun event. Bernie Sanders once again marched in the parade, which attracted both newcomers as well as die hards who have attended year after year.