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EARLY BLOOMERS: Hepatica is just one of the early-blooming wildflowers to be seen in Vermont woods this spring. See it and other favorites such as trillium and bloodroot on one of the many spring hikes offered by the Green Mountain Club Breadloaf Section in the coming weeks. See the calendar for dates and locations. Photo/public domain

Thursday, April 15

“Dealing with Reactive Dogs: How to make leash walking a pleasure” virtual presentation. Thursday, April 15, noon, Zoom. Emily Lewis, Certified Dog Behavior Consultant at Homeward Bound and owner of A Click Away Training, leads this presentation. Free and open to the public. Pre-registration is required. More info: email Hannah Manley at hmanley@homewardboundanimals.org

 “Indigenous Ways of Knowing, Healing, and the Path Forward” virtual lecture. Thursday, April 15, 5-6 p.m., Zoom. Melody Walker Brook, Abenaki educator, activist, and artist will give this talk as the final installment of CCV’s Abenaki series. Walker Brook is a citizen of the Elnu Abenaki Band and has previously served as the vice chair and chair of the Vermont Commission on Native American Affairs. For more information and to register, visit ccv.edu/speakerseries.

Burrito Pillowcase virtual workshop. Thursday, April 15, 7-9 p.m., eMakery Sewing Lab. This is a unique way of constructing a fun-to-make pillowcase using a “roll-up” method. Some say these make great gifts. This can be a sew-a-long session.

Gardening tips and talk online. Thursday, April 15, 7 p.m., Zoom. Join local gardeners Kris Andrews and Christine Turner for a general gardening discussion and Q & A as you plan your gardens and yards and start seeds. Also talk about Salisbury Public Library’s free seed library. Email salisburypubliclibrary@gmail.com for login information.

 

Friday, April 16

Split/Screen online film screening. Friday, April 16-Sunday, April 25. This online monthly movie series resumes with its April edition, a five film mix of documentaries and dramas. Check out the descriptions and trailers below and then go buy your Pass or Tickets at vtiff.org/vtiff-now/split-screen. Monthly Passes for Split/Screen April are $40, entitling you to watch all five films this month, and individual tickets are $12.50.

“4 bloomings of Spring” virtual performance. Friday, April 16. The Middlebury Community Music Center (MCMC) will be premiering 4 Bloomings of Spring, an original composition by MUHS grad Simon Broucke written especially for the MCMC faculty. The performance will be streamed until April 18th on the MCMC youtube channel.

Green Mountain Club hike in New Haven. RESCEDULED TO APRIL 30. Friday, April 16, the TAM Belden Falls Loop. Moderate 2.5-mile hike on the Trail Around Middlebury (TAM) with minimal climb, partly along the Otter Creek Gorge. Some muddy patches likely. Contact Ruth Penfield at ruthpenfield@gmail.com or 802-388-5407 for details and to register. Conducted in accordance with statewide GMC COVID-19 protocols. Limited to 10 participants. More info at gmcbreadloaf.org.

Age Well Grab-n-Go meal pick-up in Bristol. Friday, April 16, noon-1 p.m., Mary’s Restaurant, Route 116 North. Loop around the parking lot and drive up to the walkway. Meals will be there. Menu includes lasagna, vegetable, coleslaw, bread and cookie. Advanced reservations only. Call Michelle by Wednesday, April 14, at 802-377-1419. Open to anyone age 60 and over. All meal recipients will be contacted to register with Age Well. One meal per person. Free. Call Tri-Valley Transit (TVT) at 802-388-2287 if you need a ride or a meal delivery.

Great Decisions: “Persian Gulf Security Issues” virtual presentation. Friday, April 16, 2:30-4:15 p.m., Zoom. After opening video, George Jaeger Sr., a retired Foreign Service Officer and former Diplomat-in Residence at Middlebury College, will explore the changing power relationships in the Persian Gulf, the fulcrum of the now fast-shifting power balances in the Middle East in which Russia, China and the U.S. are all major players. Q&A to follow. Free. For the link, call 989-7515 or email programming@eastviewmiddlebury.com.

 

Saturday, April 17

Green Mountain Club ephemeral hike in Weybridge. Saturday, April 17, Snake Mountain. Moderate hike from the Weybridge trailhead on Snake Mountain Road. Hike to the summit and hope for early wildflowers. Plan for icy, wet conditions and walking through puddles. Moderate hike of about 5 miles with good climb. Contact Ellen Cronan at 908-595-2926. Conducted in accordance with statewide GMC COVID-19 protocols Limited to 10 participants. More at gmcbreadloaf.org.

Curbside pick-up spaghetti dinner in Bristol. Saturday, April 17, 4-5 p.m., 2 Elm St. Held by the Masons at Libanus Lodge. Menu includes meatballs served with sauce on spaghetti with grated Parmesan cheese, garlic bread (baked locally), tossed salad with Italian dressing and dessert. Everything except the pasta will be homemade. $10/dinner. Please don’t get out of your car. A Mason will come right to your car and take your order and bring your dinner right to your car window. Reservations are strongly recommended. Call 802-453-4877 to reserve your meal. All proceeds go toward funds to put on a new roof.

 

Tuesday, April 20

Tome Talk “The Hidden Life of Trees” virtual discussion. Tuesday, April 20, 6 p.m. Join the discussion of “The Hidden Life of Trees,” Peter Wohllenben. To get a copy of the book or to join the discussion contact renee.ursitti@ilsleypubliclibrary.org.

 

Wednesday, April 21

Age Well Grab-n-Go meal pick-up in Middlebury. Wednesday, April 21, 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., VFW, 530 Exchange St. Loop around the parking lot to the check in spot. Stay in your car. Meal will be put in your back seat or trunk. Menu includes stuffed chicken tarragon, vegetable rice pilaf, chopped spinach, roll, chocolate cake and milk. Advanced reservations only. Call Michelle by Sunday, April 18, at 802-377-1419. Open to anyone age 60 and over. All meal recipients will be contacted to register with Age Well. One meal per person. Free. Call Tri-Valley Transit (TVT) at 802-388-2287 if you need a ride or a meal delivery.

“New Approaches to Ancient Art” virtual lecture. Wednesday, April 21, 4:30 p.m., Virtual Middlebury. Pieter Broucke, Department of History of Art & Architecture, will give a talk as part of the 2020-21 Carol Rifelj Faculty Lecture Series “New Approaches to Ancient Art: the Teaching Collection of Antiquities at the College Museum.” Free and open to the public. More info at middlebury.edu/events/event/carol-rifelj-faculty-lecture-series-pieter-broucke-new-approaches-ancient-art.

Sister-to-Sister Wednesday Workout. Wednesday, April 21, 7-7:45 p.m., Zoom. Middlebury College’s Sister-to-Sister team invites all 6th graders and middle school girls* and non-binary students for a free Zoom workout with Sal Nakhlawi, founder of StrongHER girls. Sal is a 2019 Middlebury graduate who has received national attention as a coach. Her workouts combine physical exercise with short reflections. No equipment necessary. If you have questions, please contact Karin Hanta at khanta@middlebury.edu. To access the workout, go to go.middlebury.edu/sal or tinyurl.com/s2s-workout-Sal; the password is: 325955.

 

Thursday, April 22

Gift Bags virtual workshop. Thursday, April 22, 7-9 p.m., eMakery Sewing Lab. Learn a reusable eco-friendly way to wrap a gift that can, in many cases, become a gift in itself. This session can be a sew-a-long. Make a few simple gift bags and discuss ideas for other reusable wrappings. Class description and registration links are available at: makeryatpahcc.org/events.

Junior Jumpstart college search virtual workshop. Thursday April 22 at 8 p.m. The Vergennes Union High School counseling service is hosting this event for juniors and their families to help answer questions about the college search process. Register at sixcolleges.org/rsvp/rsvp-students-april22.html.

 

Friday, April 23

Red Cross Blood Drive in Vergennes/Waltham. Friday, April 23, 10 a.m.-2:30 p.m., Victory Baptist Church, 862 Route 7. The Red Cross continues to urge healthy individuals, especially those with type O blood, to give blood to ensure hospitals can meet patient needs. Schedule a donation appointment by downloading the Red Cross Blood Donor App, visiting RedCrossBlood.org, calling 1-800-RED CROSS (1-800-733-2767) or enabling the Blood Donor Skill on any Alexa Echo device.

Age Well Grab-n-Go meal pick-up Bristol. Friday, April 23, noon-1 p.m., Mary’s Restaurant, Route 116 North. Loop around the parking lot and drive up to the walkway. Menu includes lasagna, vegetable, coleslaw, bread and cookie. Advanced reservations only. Call Michelle by Wednesday, April 21, at 802-377-1419. Open to anyone age 60 and over. All meal recipients will be contacted to register with Age Well. One meal per person. Free. Call Tri-Valley Transit (TVT) at 802-388-2287 if you need a ride or a meal delivery.

Closing artists reception in Brandon. Friday, April 23, 5-7 p.m., Brandon Artists Guild, 7 Center St. A reception for “Pet Project” — an animal-themed exhibit that celebrates all creatures great and small. The exhibit runs from March 5 through May 2. Free and open to the public.

Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center: “Bach: The Complete Brandenburg Concertos” virtual performance. Friday, April 23, 7:30 p.m., go.middlebury.edu/digitalstages. At the end of every calendar year, the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center has a tradition of presenting the complete set of six Brandenburg Concertos. A Q&A session with the artists follows the broadcast. The concert will be available on demand through May 3. Pre-registration available at go.middlebury.edu/pas. The performance is free and open to all. More info at (802) 443-MIDD (6433) or middlebury.edu/arts.

 

Saturday, April 24

Green Mountain Club hike in Bristol. Saturday, April 24, at the Watershed Center, Plank Road. Moderate 5-mile hike on the Waterworks property, mostly level. Some muddy patches likely. Meet at parking area on Plank Road. Contact David Andrews at vtrevda@yahoo.com or 802-388-4894 for more information and to register. Conducted in accordance with statewide GMC COVID-19 protocols. Limited to 10 participants. More at gmcbreadloaf.org.

Red Cross Blood Drive in Middlebury. Saturday, April 24, 9 a.m.-2 p.m., The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 133 Valley View Dr. The Red Cross continues to urge healthy individuals, especially those with type O blood, to give blood to ensure hospitals can meet patient needs. Schedule a donation appointment by downloading the Red Cross Blood Donor App, visiting RedCrossBlood.org, calling 1-800-RED CROSS (1-800-733-2767) or enabling the Blood Donor Skill on any Alexa Echo device.

Take-Out fish dinner in Vergennes. Saturday, April 24, 5 to 6:30 p.m., St. Peter’s Parish, 85 South Maple St. Back by popular demand. Menu includes beer battered haddock, zesty potato wedges, mixed vegetables, coleslaw, Hawaiian roll, butter and chocolate chip brownie. Cost, $10 adults/$5 children under 12. Reservations suggested at 877-2367 and drive up as long as the fish lasts. Sponsored by the Knights of Columbus St. Peter’s Council.

 

Wednesday, April 28

Age Well Grab-n-Go meal pick-up in Shoreham. Wednesday, April 28, 11 a.m.-noon, Halfway House, Route 22A. Contact-free pick up. Drive up to the back door and honk once. Meals will be brought out to you. Menu includes spaghetti and meatballs, vegetables, bread, coleslaw and dessert. Advanced reservations only. Call the Halfway House at least 24 hours in advance to reserve 802-897-5160. Open to anyone age 60 and over. All meal recipients will be contacted to register with Age Well. One meal per person. Free. Call Tri-Valley Transit (TVT) at 802-388-2287 if you need a ride or a meal delivery.

Movement Matters virtual master class with Sydnie Mosely. Wednesday, April 28, 4:30 p.m., Virtual Middlebury. Sydnie Mosely and company share their experiences and methodologies in dismantling racism and sexism. Middlebury alumna Jessica Lee will join additional company members in sharing their reflections. Free, open to the public and to all experience levels. Pre-register on the Dance Program website to receive the Zoom link at middlebury.edu/events/event/movement-matters-master-class-sydnie-mosely.

Sister-to-Sister Wednesday Workout. Wednesday, April 28, 7-7:45 p.m., Zoom. Middlebury College’s Sister-to-Sister team invites all 6th graders and middle school girls* and non-binary students for a free Zoom workout with Sal Nakhlawi, founder of StrongHER girls and a 2019 Middlebury graduate who has received national attention as a coach. Her workouts combine physical exercise with short reflections. No equipment necessary. Questions? Contact Karin Hanta at khanta@middlebury.edu. To access the workout, go to go.middlebury.edu/sal or tinyurl.com/s2s-workout-Sal; the password is: 325955.

 

Thursday, April 29

Red Cross Blood Drive in Middlebury. Thursday, April 29, 10 a.m.-2:30 p.m., Counseling Services of Addison Co., 109 Catamount Park. The Red Cross continues to urge healthy individuals, especially those with type O blood, to give blood to ensure hospitals can meet patient needs. Schedule a donation appointment by downloading the Red Cross Blood Donor App, visiting RedCrossBlood.org, calling 1-800-RED CROSS (1-800-733-2767) or enabling the Blood Donor Skill on any Alexa Echo device.

T-Shirt Quilts virtual workshop. Thursday, April 29, 7-9 p.m., eMakery Sewing Lab. T-shirts can tell a story of events, travels, achievements, school memories etc. This demo will show you how to stabilize your t-shirt and offer suggestion on building a top for a quilt. Class description and registration links are available at: makeryatpahcc.org/events.

 

Friday, April 30

 

Green Mountain Club hike in New Haven. RESCEDULED FROM APRIL 16. Friday, April 30, the TAM Belden Falls Loop. Moderate 2.5-mile hike on the Trail Around Middlebury (TAM) with minimal climb, partly along the Otter Creek Gorge. Some muddy patches likely. Contact Ruth Penfield at ruthpenfield@gmail.com or 802-388-5407 for details and to register. Conducted in accordance with statewide GMC COVID-19 protocols. Limited to 10 participants. More info at gmcbreadloaf.org.

 

Red Cross Blood Drive in Bristol. Friday, April 30, 9 a.m.-1 p.m., Bristol Rec., 1 South St. The Red Cross continues to urge healthy individuals, especially those with type O blood, to give blood to ensure hospitals can meet patient needs. Schedule a donation appointment by downloading the Red Cross Blood Donor App, visiting RedCrossBlood.org, calling 1-800-RED CROSS (1-800-733-2767) or enabling the Blood Donor Skill on any Alexa Echo device.

Bike Swap in Middlebury. Friday, April 30, 3-6 p.m. & Saturday, May 1, 9 a.m.-noon, Cannon Park near Frog Hollow Bikes. Drop off bikes for the swap at Frog Hollow Bikes (FHB) before noon April 30 and indicate if you want sale proceeds to go to you or be donated to Midd Safe Routes. A percentage goes to FHB. Remember to record your bike’s make and number in case it’s lost or stolen and check with Middlebury Police Department.

Age Well Grab-n-Go meal pick-up in Bristol. Friday, April 30, noon-1 p.m., Mary’s Restaurant, Route 116 North. Loop around the parking lot and drive up to the walkway. Menu includes pulled pork, mac and cheese, cabbage, pickled veggie slaw and cookie. Advanced reservations only. Call Michelle by Wednesday, April 28, at 802-377-1419. Open to anyone age 60 and over. All meal recipients will be contacted to register with Age Well. One meal per person. Free. Call Tri-Valley Transit (TVT) at 802-388-2287 if you need a ride or a meal delivery.

 

Sunday, May 5

“Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom” by August Wilson online reading. Sunday, May 16, 4 p.m. The final online reading in Middlebury Acting Company’s American Dream Project, was inspired by the real-life Gertrude “Ma” Rainey. What begins as a routine recording session becomes more strained as tensions rise between the members of a blues band and the owners of the recording studio. The white producers mean to exploit the talents of the band — especially the gifted and impulsive Levee — but when Ma insists on having things her way, tensions are enflamed and the play builds to an unexpected climax. Moderated by Ro Boddie and François Clemmons. Visit townhalltheater.org for details and to register.

“From Politics to Poetry” virtual presentation. Wednesday, May 5, 7 p.m., hosted by Ilsley Public Library. As the first female governor for the State of Vermont, the ambassador to Switzerland for President Clinton, and the holder of other prestigious positions, Madeleine Kunin has inspired women and girls to discover their own voices as leaders. Governor Kunin will speak about her life in politics and read from her newest book of poetry, “Red Kite, Blue Sky.” You must register via Vermont Humanities for this talk at vermonthumanities.org/first-wednesdays/library-schedules/first-wednesdays-middlebury.

 

Thursday, May 6

The Makery Tool Training in Middlebury. Thursday, May 6, 5:30-7:30 p.m., Hannaford Career Center, 51 Charles Ave. Toll Training is a prerequisite for anyone interested in attending the Makery’s Woodworking Lab. More information and registration is available for all classes at makeryatpahcc.org/events.

 

Friday, May 7

Green Mountain Club wildflower hike in Ferrisburgh. Friday, May 7, Kingsland Bay State Park. Easy 2-3 mile hike, mostly level, with great views of Lake Champlain and likely sightings of Hepatica and white Trillium. Contact David Andrews at 802-388-4894 or vtrevda@yahoo.com for more information and to register. Conducted in accordance with statewide GMC COVID-19 protocols Limited to 10 participants. More info at gmcbreadloaf.org.

 

Sunday, May 9

Green Mountain Club wildflower hike in Ripton. Sunday, May 9, Mt. Moosalamoo. Moderate hike of 5.8 miles round-trip, with 1,125-foot ascent, starting from Moosalamoo campground. Contact Morris Earle 802-734-0984 for details and to register. Conducted in accordance with statewide GMC COVID-19 protocols Limited to 10 participants. More at gmcbreadloaf.org.

Green Mountain Bicycle Club ride: Vergennes Voyager. Sunday, May 9, meet at 9:15 a.m., Vergennes Union High School, Monkton Road. A 26-mile rolling or 39-mile flat to rolling rural ride running along Otter Creek to Middlebury for a bakery stop. The longer ride heads toward Kingsland Bay State Park before heading south to Middlebury. More info contact leader Kevin Batson at 802-825-2618, kevbvt@gmail.com; co-leader: Brian Howard at 802-304-0610, bjhowd@gmail.com; or social ride leader Donna Leban at 80 862-1901, lightspd@comcast.net.

 

Thursday, May 13

“On Golden Pond” screening and virtual discussion. Thursday, May 13, discussion begins at 7 p.m., ZOOM. In the final installment of the Middlebury Classic Film Club’s spring series on perspective, “On Golden Pond” reveals the evolving and sustaining love of an aging couple summering for perhaps the last time at their New Hampshire cabin. Making the situation more complex is the troubled relationship between father and daughter portrayed by real life father Henry Fonda and his daughter, Jane Fonda. Available on Kanopy through Ilsley Public Library. More info at info@ilsleypubliclibrary.org. To register for Zoom discussion call 802-388-4095 and leave a message.

 

Friday, May 14

Green Mountain Club adventure hike in Lincoln. Friday, May 14, Bristol Cliffs Wilderness. Let’s explore the wilderness, maybe find the ponds. This trail-less area may have wildflowers, wildlife, views and more, all waiting for us to find.  Bring plenty of water, food and a sense of adventure. Contact Ellen Cronan, 908-595-2926 to register. Conducted in accordance with statewide GMC COVID-19 protocols Limited to 10 participants. More at gmcbreadloaf.org.

 

Sunday, May 16

Vermont Sun Half Marathon in Salisbury. Sunday, May 16, 7:45 a.m., Branbury State Park, 3570 Lake Dunmore Rd. 5K, 10K, and Half-Marathon. Pre-registration/bib pick up, 7:45-8:45 a.m. sharp at Branbury State Park on race morning. All runs start at 9 a.m. More info at vermontsuntriathlonseries.com.

 

Monday, May 17

Kelly Boe Memorial Bike Ride in Middlebury. Monday, May 17, 4-7 p.m., meet at Middlebury Union High School, 73 Charles Ave. A slow-paced 8-mile bike ride in honor of those who have been injured or killed while cycling on public roads, including Middlebury’s Kelly Boe, for which the ride was started and named. Goes through Middlebury and Weybridge via Weybridge Street and Hamilton Road, escorted by police, and returns to MUHS by about 5 pm. Wear helmet. Cancelled in event of heavy rain.

 

Saturday, May 22

Green Mountain Club wildflower hike in Leicester. Saturday, May 22, Leicester Hollow Trail. Moderate hike, 6-8 miles depending on conditions starting from Minnie Baker Trail to Leicester Hollow and maybe the ridge. Bring water, snacks/lunch, layers and rain gear. Contact Jenn Mayhew to register, jennifer.wallace86@gmail.com. Conducted in accordance with statewide GMC COVID-19 protocols Limited to 10 participants. More at gmcbreadloaf.org.

Human Powered parade and celebration in Bristol. Saturday, May 22, 10-2:30 p.m., Bristol Rec Park. This community event launches with a professional high-flying BMX show and moves through town on human powered wheels. An after party includes a community-wide party at the skate park with bands, pickleball, cargo bike test rides and bike races for kids.

 

Monday, May 24

“Navigating and Belonging: A Special Session for First-Generation and Low-Income Students” virtual presentation. Monday, May 24, at 8 p.m. or Wednesday, May 26, at 8 p.m. Register at sixcolleges.org/rsvp/rsvp-students-may24.html or sixcolleges.org/rsvp/rsvp-students-may26.html.

Green Mountain Club hike in Lincoln. Sunday, May 30, Mt. Abraham via Battell Trail. Strenuous hike of 6 miles. Chance to see mountain wildflowers, learn bird songs at elevation, bring food, water, extra layers and a bug net in case of blackflies. For info and to register, contact Morris Earle 802-734-0984. Conducted in accordance with statewide GMC COVID-19 protocols Limited to 10 participants. More at gmcbreadloaf.org.

 

Saturday, June 19

Microchipping and rabies clinic in Middlebury. Saturday, June 19, 10 a.m. to noon, Homeward Bound, 236 Boardman St. The clinics are open to both dogs and cats. Shelter staff asks that all dogs be on leash and cats be in carriers. Pre-register at 802-388-1100. First come, first serve. The rabies vaccine is $10 and the cost of microchipping, which includes the microchip implant and initial registration.

 

Saturday, June 26

Triathlons in Salisbury. Saturday, June 26, Branbury State Park, 3560 Lake Dunmore Rd. Vermont Sun sponsors two USAT State Championship races. The Lake Dunmore Triathlon includes a 0.9-mile swim, 28-mile bike, and 6.2-mile run. Registration/bib pick up 6:40-7:30 a.m. Race starts at 8 a.m. The shorter Vermont Sun Triathlon includes a 600-yard swim, 14-mile bike and 3.1-mile run. Pre-registration/bib pick up, 6:45-7:45 a.m., race begins at 8:30 a.m. More info at vermontsuntriathlonseries.com.

 

Sunday, July 18

Triathlons in Salisbury. Sunday, July 18, Branbury State Park, 3570 Lake Dunmore Rd. Vermont Sun Triathlon features a 600-yard swim, 14-mile bike and 3.1-mile run. The Branbury Classic triathlon features a 1.5-mile paddle, 14-mile bike and 3.1-mile run. Pre-registration/bib pick up for both races is 6:55-8 a.m.; races begin at 8:30 a.m. More info at vermontsuntriathlonseries.com.

 

Saturday, Aug. 7

Vermont Gran Fondo in Bristol and surrounds. Saturday, Aug 7, beginning 4:30 a.m., meet at Bristol Rec Park, Airport Rd. Road cycling over Addison County mountain gaps: Appalachian, Middlebury, Lincoln. Choose from three courses. Details at vermontgranfondo.com.

 

Sunday, Aug. 15

Triathlons in Salisbury. Sunday, Aug. 15, Branbury State Park, 3570 Lake Dunmore Rd. The Lake Dunmore Triathlon covers a 0.9-mile swim, 28-mile bike & 6.2 mile run. The Vermont Sun Triathlon includes a 600-yard swim, 14-mile bike & 3.1-mile run. Pre-registration/bib pick up, 6:25-7:45 a.m., races begin at 8:30 a.m. More info at vermontsuntriathlonseries.com.

 

Sunday, Sept. 19

18th Annual TAM Trek in Middlebury. Sunday, Sept. 19, Wright Park, Seymour Street Ext. Help raise funds for the Trail Around Middlebury. More info at maltvt.org/tam-trek.

 

Saturday, Sept. 25

Microchipping and rabies clinic in Middlebury. Saturday, Sept. 25, 10 a.m. to noon, Homeward Bound, 236 Boardman St. The clinics are open to both dogs and cats. Shelter staff asks that all dogs be on leash and cats be in carriers. Pre-register at 802-388-1100. First come, first serve. The rabies vaccine is $10 and the cost of microchipping, which includes the microchip implant and initial registration.

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