Guilford girl, dad had great time in Alaska | Sports

GUILFORD — Ava Joyal, who sold her Brattle Bears at the May 6 Gallery Walk in Brattleboro in order to raise money for her trip, recently returned home with her father from a ski jumping camp in Alaska. “Ava and Corey both said this was the best week of their lives and they’re already planning


Fun at Guilford Fairgrounds | Community-news

GUILDFORD — The Friends of the Guilford Free Library raised money to “Send a Kid to Camp” with a Raffle Concert at the Guilford Fairgrounds on Saturday, June 11. About 150 people attended the free concert by The Rear Defrosters, a honkytonk, country soul, rock-n-roll band, whose players come from Vermont, New Hampshire, and western


Pixies Decamp to Vermont to Record New Album in Short Documentary

This past winter, Pixies decamped to Guilford, Vermont to record their first new album in three years, Doggerel. While the album won’t be arriving until Sept. 30, fans can get a behind-the-scenes look at the making of the record in a new short documentary. The clip opens with frontman Black Francis offering one side of


Guilford Cares to lead Packer Corners walk | Community-news

GUILFORD — Stroll around the Packer Corners neighborhood on Monday, June 13, at 10:30 a.m. Explore historic “Total Loss Farm” with Verandah Porche then cross the road to South Belden Hill to marvel at Lana’s and Myron’s meandering gardens featuring unique stone creations and view Susan’s and Gordon’s once one-room schoolhouse, now a B&B. Begin


The Green River Bridge Inn ties in arts after acquisition

The Green River Bridge Inn has a new owner and a new focus in the same bucolic setting. Jamie Mohr, director of Epsilon Spires, said the inn is designed to “bring international artists here to really experience Southern Vermont in a way that’s inspiring and memorable. I think a stay here while they’re working on projects will be really exciting to them and also a great way to showcase Windham County.”


Guilford girl earning way to Alaska

Ava Joyal, who competed in the Harris Hill Junior Jumper competition last February, continues her quest by traveling to Alaska for a ski jumping camp. The young seamstress is making “Brattle Bears” to sell to help her fund her adventure.


Guilford Cares offers scenic walks for seniors

To encourage area seniors to get outdoors for some moderate exercise, see scenic Guilford and enjoy good company along the way, Guilford Cares is leading both monthly and weekly walks.


Guilford Church hosting Celebration of Maple

Due to COVID, the traditional Sugar-on-Snow Supper at Guilford Community Church is being replaced by a “Celebration of Maple” via Zoom at 3 p.m. Saturday, March 19. Join in for songs and stories from Peter and Mary Alice Amidon and Andy Davis, and the raffling off of six gallons of local maple syrup donated by Coombs Family Farms, Deer Ridge Farm and Jon and Tammy Sargent.


Guilford’s Good Body Products Now USDA Organic Certified

Good Body Products, in Guilford, VT is very proud to announce they are now USDA Certified Organic for both farm operations as well as processing and manufacturing. They are among a handful of companies in Vermont to be licensed for both hemp farming as well as the manufacture of CBD topicals and oils.


The Guilford Free Library presents an Autumn ‘Cello Celebration

A quartet of world-class cellists once again will make the Vermont hills alive with the sound of music when they gather at the Guilford Center Meeting House in what has come to be a much-anticipated gala concert enjoyed by music lovers from all over the region.


Free University of Guilford

Join community members for a day of FREE lectures, workshops, and demonstrations highlighting the wealth of knowledge and experience in our local community. This event, happening June 30th from noon to 6pm at the Broad Brook Community Center, is meant to be fun, convivial, and will conclude with a potluck at 6 PM.


The Haunting of Guilford Center Village

Join us for the haunting of Guilford Center Village.  This year, many local Guilford organizations will participate to present a handful of activities to celebrate autumn, halloween, harvest season, and our great community.

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