The Greensboro Planning Commission currently has two vacancies. The commission meets the second Monday of the month at 7 PM. You do not have to be a full-time Greensboro resident to serve on the commission. This is a 7-member board that is responsible for developing amendments to the zoning bylaws and the town plan. They […]
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Read our Spring Newsletter! Lots of news and information about upcoming events in Greensboro. Thank you to Whitney Sowles, our Newsletter Editor.
Since last summer, the Lakeview Union School Board has been assessing the functionality of our school facilities. The existing Lakeview Union School building has served students from the Greensboro and Stannard communities well for the past 30 years. Our facility, however, is now in need of significant repairs and upgrades to remain not only safe […]
That’s right, this is not an oxymoron! You are invited to camp at 409 Breezy Ave on Saturday June 3rd and together we’ll get camp set up for the summer season, Smirkus style! This involves painting, gardening, cleaning and lots of fun! Bring your foam hammers, your polychromatic paintbrushes, and your clown work boots for […]
It’s the time of year when camp owners return and begin opening cottages for summer use. With all the cleaning that is often needed to make a camp homey again, it’s easy to lose sight of the importance of choosing safe cleaning products for our lakes. Avoiding phosphates, bleach, and other chemical detergents and cleaners […]
The Greensboro Arts Alliance & Residency recently announced plans for its summer season in our community. Plans include a production of William Saroyan’s The Time of Your Life. Directed by Sabra Jones, the production will take place in the GUCC Sanctuary on August 19. Auditions will be held over the Memorial Day Weekend. In addition, […]
Winter in Greensboro and across Vermont was on the milder side this year. As a result, health agencies are anticipating a challenging tick season for anyone who enjoys being outside in Vermont. There are several varieties of ticks in Vermont, and not all are prone to biting humans. For photos and information on each tick […]
Summer is right around the corner! Have you firmed up your family member’s summer camp plans? Some camps have filled, but others still have availability. Circus Smirkus has openings for its 1- and 2-day camps in late June. These are a great introduction to Circus Smirkus, or for kids that have not had an overnight […]
Finishing touches are being put on the new Highland Center for the Arts, and the anticipation for the grand opening of Greensboro’s new theater is building. The Highland Center for the Arts released its opening weekend schedule of events this past week. All events are free and open to the public and include music, theater, […]
Online registration for the Caspian Challenge is now open. This year’s race is on Sunday, July 23. Click here for details and to register
As of the last weekend in April, the ice is out on Caspian Lake, and anglers have already been spotted on Caspian. The State of Vermont’s Department of Fish and Wildlife provides extensive information on fishing locations and regulations, events and family fishing programs, the 2017 fish stocking schedule, and boating safety and regulations. For […]
Join Hazen Union High School’s drama students — the first actors to set foot on the brand new Highland Center for the Arts Main Stage — for their unique take on Shakespeare’s most popular comedy. The cast and production team for this abbreviated Midsummer is made up of students from Hazen Union High School who […]
We are saddened to report to you that a Greensboro landmark business will not be reopening this summer. For decades, David Allen and Diana Griffiths have provided our community with locally-grown, organic vegetables, fruits, meats and chceses and in recent years, specialty pantry items – not to mention The New York Times every day. Several […]
The 2017 Town meeting held on March 7, 2017 at Fellowship Hall was civil, very well attended and productive. The minutes will be available on the town website; also, Kyle Gray videotaped the proceedings. We will post links to those when available. The annual report is here. Highlights included: 1) The Greensboro Award was given […]
Are you in the planning stages for a special event in Greensboro? We are fortunate that our town offers several venues that can be reserved for your gathering. We’ve taken a moment to compile some information to help you locate the perfect spot in Greensboro. The Mountain View Country Club: Clubhouse rental is available for […]
Materials for the 2017 Greensboro Town Meeting are now available for online viewing. Click here Please note that town offices will be closed on Monday, March 6 and Tuesday, March 7.
The Greensboro Historical Society will present “Car Talk: The History of Garages in Greensboro”. Featured will be Tim Nisbet for Greensboro Garage, Janet Long for Lyles’ Garage and Jacquie Molleur and Anne Hanson for Tanguay Garage. Join us at the GUCC Fellowship Hall on Sunday, March 5 from 2-4 pm. Refreshments will be served.
Greensboro’s Town Meeting will take place on Tuesday, March 7, 2017 at 10:00 AM. For information on seats up for election at this year’s meeting, as well as town committees looking for appointees, visit https://www.greensborovt.org . The annual meeting of the Lakeview Union School District will be Thursday, March 9, 2017 at 7:00 PM in […]
Children’s Summer Camps: Registration Open for The Art House /Wonder & Wisdom Summer Journeys Camps, Circus Smirkus, and Hosmer Point Saplings Day Camp and Traditional Overnight Camps The Art House in Craftsbury has teamed up with Wonder & Wisdom of Greensboro to diversify and expand their 2017 summer camp offerings for children. Registration information […]
Sterling College’s School of the New American Farmstead continues to offer a wide range of year-round continuing education opportunities. This year you can discover your inner agrarian, teamster (working horses and cattle), weaver and basket maker, orchardist, bee keeper, brewer, baker, and much more. Information and registration is available here: https://www.sterlingcollege.edu/school-of-the-new-american-farmstead/
- 2018 Spring NewsletterMay 9, 2018 - 6:32 pm
- Town Meeting 2018March 16, 2018 - 8:00 am
- 2018 Winter UpdateFebruary 10, 2018 - 5:41 pm
- Children’s Summer Camps: Registration Open for WonderArts Summer Journeys Camps, Circus Smirkus, and Hosmer Point Saplings Day Camp and Traditional Overnight CampFebruary 2, 2018 - 4:20 pm
- Highland Center for the Arts Names New Executive DirectorFebruary 2, 2018 - 4:18 pm
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