VERMONT’S SUMMER FREE Fishing Day will be on Saturday, June 13 this year, which is also opening day of Vermont’s regular bass fishing season.
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MONTPELIER — Vermont’s annual, statewide Summer Free Fishing Day is Saturday, June 13 this year, which will also be opening day of the regular bass fishing season.
“Vermont’s Free Fishing Day gives anglers the opportunity to go fishing without a license for the day in Vermont lakes and streams,” said Fish and Wildlife Commissioner Louis Porter. “Fishing is an activity that can be shared with family or easily taught to newcomers while enjoying quality time together.”
Vermont’s regular bass season also opens on June 13, marking the start of some of the hottest bass fishing action in the...
THE HELIAND CONSORT
MIDDLEBURY — The year marks the 200th anniversary of the birth of composer and pianist extraordinaire, Clara Schumann. To honor the occasion, the Heliand Consort presents “Kindred Spirits”, a new program of chamber music by Clara and Robert Schumann and Johannes Brahms, along with letters detailing their deep love and friendship. This free concert will be held on Saturday, March 7, at 7:30 p.m., in the Mahaney Arts Center’s Robison Hall.
The concert will offer a glimpse into the tragic and beautiful story of love, friendship and art. The program includes Robert Schumann’s “Romances for Oboe...
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MIDDLEBURY — The Department of Music presents a Celtic music concert exploring tradition and innovation in a genre that is at once ubiquitous, diverse and loosely defined. The performance, on Sunday, March 15, at 3 p.m., in the Mahaney Arts Center’s Robison Hall, will feature Irish and Scottish traditional elements and fusion with different traditions, led by Jeffrey Buettner and Timothy Cummings. Free. For more info visit middlebury.edu/arts or call (802) 443-3168.
MIDDLEBURY — In what has become an annual tradition, a group of local volunteers will host a free dinner for area residents on Christmas Day, Wednesday, Dec. 25. The dinner will be held at 4 p.m. in the dining area of the Middlebury Commons, across from the Memorial Sports Center on Buttolph Drive.
All are welcome for a free turkey dinner and holiday fellowship. The dinner is free, but organizers ask that people bring a smile to share. Reservations are encouraged and arrangements can be made for those needing transportation. Anyone wishing to attend and to make transportation arrangements...
Vermonters shouldn’t have to pay for access to their government’s public records. Government transparency is far too important to be revoked by government agencies when they feel inconvenienced.
Generous access to public records is rooted in the Vermont Constitution, and comes from Vermont statutes:
“It is the policy of this subchapter to provide for free and open examination of records consistent with Chapter I, Article 6 of the Vermont Constitution. Officers of government are trustees and servants of the people and it is in the public interest to enable any person to review and criticize...