Community Events Calendar

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Here is a list of Community & Non-Profit Events coming soon in our area: 


Thursday October 15 from 10:30am-to-6:45pm: “Blood Drive” at the Red Cross Blood Donation Center on North Prospect Street in Burlington.

Thursday October 15 from 1pm-to-6pm: “Red Cross Blood Drive” at the Holiday Inn in Plattsburgh.

Thursday October 15 from 11am-to-3pm: “Red Cross Blood Drive”  at the Stowe Community Church in Stowe.

Thursday October 15 from 10:30am-to-3:30pm: “Red Cross Blood Drive” at the Berlin Armory in Berlin, VT.

Thursday October 15 from 1pm-to-6pm: “Red Cross Blood Drive” at the Schroon Lake Volunteer Fire Department.


Friday October 16 from 7:15am-to-3:30pm: “Blood Drive” at the Red Cross Blood Donation Center on North Prospect Street in Burlington.

Friday October 16 from 11:30am-to-4:30pm: “Red Cross Blood Drive” at  the Minerva Community Church in Minerva. NY.


Saturday October 17 from 9am-to-3pm: “Pumpkin Craft & Yard Sale” at the Waterville Town Hall—to benefit the Waterville Sixth Graders. Hot foods and a baked goods are also for sale.

Saturday October 17 from 5pm-to-7pm: “Take Out Chicken Pie Supper” at the Bakersfield Historical Society. Reservations are appreciated.  Call Lisa at 802-827-3965.  Walk-ins are welcome.

Saturday October 17 from 10:30am-to-Noon: The Vermont Genealogy Library is offering a workshop, “Understanding and Using Your DNA Test Results”, with Ed McBride. The cost is $10.  To register, go to


Sunday October 18 at 2pm: The Ethan Allen Homestead Museum in Burlington presents Glen Fay, a seventh generation Vermont, with “Ebenezer Allen, Patriot, Commander and Emancipator.”  Learn more at


Monday October 19 from 12pm-to-5pm: “Red Cross Blood Drive” at the Brandon American Legion in Brandon, VT


Tuesday October 20 from 10am-to-3pm: “Red Cross Blood Drive” at Berlin City Kia in Williston.

Tuesday October 20 from Noon-to-1pm: The Howard center is offering a free speaker series with two medical experts to address “Parenting and Education During COVID 19: Building Family Resilience During Times of Toxic Stress.” Advance registration is required.  Visit


Wednesday October 21 from 1pm-to-5:30pm: “Red Cross Blood Drive” at the Barre Auditorium in Barre.


Thursday October 22 from 10am-to-4pm: “Red Cross Blood Drive” at the Smugglers Notch Resort in Jeffersonville.


Friday October 23 from 12pm-to-6pm: “Red Cross Blood Drive” at the Port Henry Knights of Columbus.

Friday October 23 from 11:30am-to-5:30pm: “Red Cross Blood Drive” at the Knights of Columbus Hall in Ticonderoga.

Friday October 23 from 11am-to-4pm: “Red Cross Blood Drive” at American Legion Post #63 in Northfield.


Saturday October 24 starting at 5pm: “Baked Ham Supper To Go” at the Binghamville Methodist Church in Fletcher. For reservations, call 849-2120

Saturday October 24 from 9am-to-3pm: “Milton Craft Hop” with open houses at over 30 crafters around town. Just like a garage sale, you go to their homes.  Participants and their addresses are listed on the Milton-Vt.–Craft-Hop Facebook page.

Saturday October 24 from 1pm-to-6pm: “Drive-thru Spaghetti Dinner” at the Cadyville Fire Department. Drive up or place your order ahead of time by calling 518-293-8326

Saturday October 24 from 9am-to-Noon: “Fill the Firehouse Food Drive” at the Lincoln, Bristol, New Haven, Monkton, & Starksboro Fire Stations. They are accepting non-perishable food items, toiletries and monetary donation in cash or by check.


Now through October 31: Families living in Addison, Chittenden, Franklin and Grand Isle Counties can get free early education for their children, health and wellness and services for pregnant women and children with special needs,  Apply at or call 1-802-651-4180


Heal Emberly’s Heart! … 2½ year old Emberly, is a cardiac warrior! She had open-heart surgery at 8 days old at Boston Children’s Hospital, a cath balloon procedure in January 2020 at Columbia Med in NYC, and is scheduled for her second open-heart surgery at Columbia Med on October 21st. Money raised that is not used for costs related to the families upcoming stay in NYC, will be used towards future medical expenses for this beautiful, brave and remarkable little girl. The cardiology team in NYC feels this might be her last open-heart surgery, if all goes well, but she will require follow-up care for the rest of her life.  Join us in efforts to help us heal Emberly’s heart! Make your donation today:


Got the COVID-19 blues? The Pathways Vermont Support Line is staffed by local peers, and ready to help Vermonters who may be struggling. Call or text 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at 833-VT-TALKS


Due to the current health crisis, some of the events may need to be postponed or cancelled. We suggest you call ahead to any organization, or check their website, before attending the event to be sure there haven’t been any changes.


No events are currently scheduled.