June 10th, 2013
BRISTOL/VERGENNES — Local schools will be out for the summer this week, but in community centers and summer camp programs across the northern half of Addison County, the Addison Northeast Supervisory Union Food Co-op will be hard at work providing free, healthy lunches to children for the third year running.
MIDDLEBURY — The 2013 Middlebury Arts Walk season continues with this summer’s second event taking place on Friday, June 14. This month will feature nearly 30 hosting venues displaying a diverse array of art — the majority of which has been created by Addison County residents. In addition to the Arts Walk, this may be one of the last opportunities to see and play any of the six vibrantly painted pianos around town, which celebrate Town Hall Theater’s fifth anniversary.
MIDDLEBURY — “It seems like we opened just yesterday,” says Town Hall Theater executive director Douglas Anderson. “It’s come as a shock to all of us that we’ve been at this for 5 years. I guess time passes when you’re having fun.”
MIDDLEBURY — In recognition of Dairy Month, Roger Allbee, former Vermont secretary of agriculture, will present a talk on the history of dairy in Vermont on Friday, June 14, at 6:30 p.m. at the Sheldon Museum in Middlebury. The talk is presented in conjunction with the Sheldon’s current exhibit “From Dairy to Doorstep,” a partnership with Historic New England. Admission is free but donations are welcome.
ADDISON — At the Chimney Point State Historic Site in Addison, site interpreter Karl Crannell on Saturday, June 15, will offer the first of three hands-on monthly third Saturday programs, “Blast from the Past: How They Made It in New France.” The program runs between 1:30 and 3:30 p.m. June’s program looks at the French soldiers who served at the French fort at Chimney Point in the 1730s and their clothing.
WOODSTOCK — Mount Abraham Union High School senior Jona Scott earned Division II and overall medalist honors at the state championship meet at the Woodstock Country Club this past Wednesday by firing a 69, but his Eagle team fell one stroke short of a D-II team championship.
MIDDLEBURY —The No. 2 Middlebury Union High School girls’ lacrosse team on Friday scored four times in the final 4:16 of the first half on the way to a rain-soaked, 14-7 Division I quarterfinal victory over No. 7 Mount Mansfield.
The Tigers will be seeking yet another berth in a D-I final when they host No. 3 Mount Anthony (13-6) on Tuesday at 4 p.m., with two-time defending champion South Burlington almost certainly awaiting the winner at Castleton State College on Friday. The 14-0 Rebels will host No. 4 Brattleboro (9-7) in Tuesday’s other semifinal.