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      Monday, 5/21/2012Approved Present:  School Board:  Chris Tormey, Ry Hoffman, Sharon O’Connor and Paul Stecker.  Administration:  Nancy Thomas, Superintendent.  Absent: Jackie Folsom and Karen Stewart, Principal.   1.      The meeting w...

    Thursday, May 10, 2012Approved. Present:  School Board:  Chris Tormey, Ry Hoffman, Sharon O’Connor and Paul Stecker.  Administration:  Karen Stewart, Principal and Nancy Thomas, Superintendent.  Absent:   Jackie Folsom.    1.      The ...

    Monday, May 7, 2012 Approved Present: School Board: Chris Tormey, Ry Hoffman, Sharon O’Connor, Paul Stecker and Jackie Folsom. Administration: Karen Stewart, Principal and Nancy Thomas, Superintendent....
  • Letterboxing in the Green Mountains: Join a Century Old Treasure Hunt!

    By Todd Jones,        Looking for a summer adventure or an ongoing hobby for the whole family? Look no further than your own back yards. Were you aware that there is an ongoing treasure hunt that is all around you, it’s all over the world, it’s...
  • Congratulations To The Class of 2012

    Our 2012 seniors are ready for graduation. Take a look: page one; page 2. ...
  • Butters Restaurant Grand Opening May 12

  • The Hardware Store - A Letter To The Community

    By Julie Ackermann        We found ourselves at a crossroad and came to the conclusion it just didn’t make sense to continue.  Thank you for understanding how difficult this decision was.      Looking ahead, it’s awful to think this wonde...
  • LT GOV PHIL SCOTT IN CABOT Job Shadows Allison Cornwall, DVM

    By Chronicle Staff       March 28, just an ordinary day of vet calls for Allison Cornwall, DVM.  It began with a stop to check up on a couple of horses, and now she was enroute to the Long Field Farm, a goat dairy in Cabot, to do some dehorning ...
  • Opening May 12! BUTTER’S RESTAURANT

    By Alyssa Bernadino     After years of sitting vacant, the historic Cabot Inn will soon be home  to a brand new, family owned and operated restaurant.  Stan and Kathy Linkovich of Lyndonville will open the doors mid-May to offer the Cabot community a...
  • Harry's Hardware Closed

  • Tips For Your New Pet

    By Andrea Gilbert, D.V.M     What you do with your new young pet will influence how he or she is as an adult. When an animal is fearful of something as an adult, it is probably because they were not introduced to the activity or had a bad experience ea...
  • Preschool Screening

    Preschool Screening in Marshfield, Plainfield and Cabot.Read More ...
  • CABOT COMMONS to Host a Work Day Barbecue

    The Cabot Commons is looking for volunteers on Friday, May 11,  for a barbecue lunch and to then offer some help in cleaning out the flower beds around the senior housing building.   Interested volunteers should RSVP to Cia Considine at 563-2904 or...
  • Online Farmers' Market

    Kicking Off This JulyInformation for sellers and buyers. Read All About It ...
  • Legislative News

    By Kitty Toll     As I am writing this, the Legislature is in the final two weeks of the session, hopefully adjourning two weeks earlier than scheduled. The actual date is questionable due to a back-log of bills in the Senate....
  • Cabot's 3rd and 4th Grade Basketball

     Cabot's 3/4 basketball teams (girls and boys) worked hard this season and earned their end of the season basketball party.  Coaches Beth Herrick and Ian Burfoot-Rochford dedicated countless hours to teaching our young players basketball skills, teamwor...
  • The Dreaded Tomato Blight - What to Do?

    By Amanda Legare     I have had a number of questions about tomato blight. There are several types. Early blight starts out as brown or black leaf spotting on the lower leaves and works its way up the plant. These spots migrate to the stem and can lead...
  • Joe’s Pond Ice Out Winner

       Judy Lavely of Danville has been declared the winner of the ice-out contest on Joe’s Pond.  Lavely came within four minutes of nailing the time that the ice went out. The cinder block dropped into the water at 5:25 p.m. on Sunday, April 8. Lavely...
  • SASH Program To Be Launched From Cabot's Senior Housing

     Supports And Services at Home (SASH) provides a system of coordinated, person-centered supportive services and care in the home.  SASH was designed with residents of a housing community in Burlington participating with us over a period of a year. ...
  • Living with Alzheimer’s for Early-stage Caregivers

    A Free Education Program     In the early stages of Alzheimer’s disease, families face new questions as they adjust. What does the diagnosis mean? What kinds of plans need to be made? What resources are available to help? Living with Alzheimer’s fo...




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Cabot Vermont Annual Events 2014

March, 2014
Maple Fest 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Cabot School Gym
July 4, 2014
4th of July Parade and Field Activities
11:00 a.m. Main Street Parade
12:00 Chicken BBQ and Activities at Recreation Field
October, 2014
Fall Foliage Festival
Crafts, Tours, Rides, Hikes, Presentations
9:00 a.m. Coffee Hour
11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Luncheon
5:00 and 6:15 p.m. Turkey Dinner
Throughout town
October, 2014
Apple Pie Festival 9:00 - 3:00 p.m.
Apple Pie Baking Contest
Crafts, Apple Pies and Chili Luncheon
Cabot School Gym 


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