Woodstock Early Bird has been getting some posts and updates from Hunter Melville of South Woodstock who has organized a new South Woodstock Hiking and Walking Club, in part to help his Boy Scout Troop complete a badge, but also as a way to integrate locals with dogs in need of exercise into the mix. So far two hikes have taken place…and here is Hunter’s latest invitation for a walk this coming Sunday morning, December 4th. You’ll note that he has included a link to a new Facebook page at the bottom also the map to the left. Fresh air, new friends, exploring, doggy outings…what could be better?
Archive for December 2nd, 2011
Woodstock Early Bird passes this along from the owners (Charles and Miranda) and employees of Shackleton Furniture and Miranda Thomas Pottery in Bridgewater….We always enjoy this get-together because they provide crafty projects for us to enjoy as we schmooze and admire (maybe even buy?) the beautiful furniture and pottery on display. Good music, a massage (?!) and some munchies. Let’s get festive, people, FESTIVE!
We warmly invite you to our Holiday Party this Saturday, Dec. 3rd, 3-6pm atThe Mill in Bridgewater, VT.
On Saturday we will be having our holiday party and open house from 3-6pm at The Mill in Bridgewater, Vermont. It will be a festive evening with plenty of excitement. There will be live music by Sabrina Brown and Fred Haas with the WUHS jazz ensemble. Come explore our recently renovated showroom and tour our workshops to see how we make our furniture and pottery. Come decorate your own ceramic tile or make festive holiday crowns with the kids. There will be a tasting of chocolate sauce by Tita Manice and a cheese tasting from the Vermont Farmstead Cheese Company. Enjoy a massage from the team from The Spa at The Woodstock Inn. See Deirdre Donnelly’s jewelry designs, and visit the Change the World Kids table. See you there!
“We would like to thank our customers, community and friends for their huge support. You helped get us back together after the flood.”
- Charles & Miranda
Woodstock, Vt.: A Historic Festival in a Picturesque Town
An unfortunate squirrel met its demise early this morning when it monkeyed around with a transformer on Maple Street, knocking out power to about 2,760 customers in Woodstock and Hartland at 7:45 or 8 a.m., according to CVPS officials. According to CVPS Spokesperson Christine Rivers, a utility crew made it out to Maple Street and had the transformer up and running around 9 a.m. In Woodstock, the outage impacted the Woodstock Elementary School, the Sunset Farm office building on the East End, and other parts of the village.