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  • January Selectboard Minutes

    MINUTES OF THE CABOT SELECTBOARD (SB)   January 30, 2012 The Cabot Board of Selectpersons did meet as warned at the Willey Building on January 30, 2012 at 7:00 pm.  Attending were: Caleb Pitkin (SB Chair), Fred Ducharme, Ted Domey, Dan Dunham, Al...

    By Tara Rogerson, Cabot Town ClerkDecember 7, 2011 The Cabot Board of Selectpersons did meet as warned at the Willey Building on December 7, 2011 at 7:00 pm. Attending were: Caleb Pitkin (SB Chair), Fred Ducharme, Allan Perry, Dan Dunham, Ted Domey, Carl...
  • Mazie’s AMAZING Scientific advice. . .

    The Universe Without LightBy Mazie O’Connor    What would become of the universe without light?  First of all, everything would be dark causing massive mayhem with the circadian rhythms of most every species than can synthesize light on the planet. ...
  • Cabot Hosts the Heart of Vermont Annual Chamber Meeting

    By Chronicle Staff     On Monday, January 23, the Heart of Vermont Chamber met for their annual meeting in Cabot’s Willey Building Hall.  Making a proactive step to promote economic and community development, the  Cabot Worx Group invited the Heart...
  • Legal Rights For Women

    Please click the following link to read about Legal Rights For Women...
  • Weather at the Change of the Seasons

    An Original PoemBy Ron Lay-Sleeper Weather at the change of seasons turnsUpon itself like the doubtful heart waveringBetween allegiance to self and other. NeverDoes the year turn deathless. The new emergesFrom the ruin of the old....
  • Legislative Session 2012 Vermont League of Cities and Towns

    MUNICIPAL POLICY PRIORITIES     Founded in 1967, the Vermont League of Cities and Towns (VLCT) is a voluntary membership organization that provides services to Vermont’s municipalities.  All 246 cities and towns in Vermont are currently members, as ...
  • Legislative News

    By Kitty Toll     On Tuesday, January 3, 2012, the state legislature returned to Montpelier to begin the second term of the biennium. Committee assignments for members are assigned for a two-year period, and I look forward to continuing my work on the ...
  • You Didn’t Hear It From Me...

    By Chronicle Staff     Some concerned citizen contributions:     People should stop littering our sidewalks and lawns with their garbage and cigarette butts.  If you can carry it out, you can carry the garbage to a trash can!...
  • Going Sweetly Into Winter

    Author: Lilian Shen     As the landscape settles into winter, one of the things we notice (and likely enjoy) is the virtual absence of insects. As small, cold-blooded creatures, insects cannot stay active at low temperatures; they quickly chill, their ...
  • Reflections From Mentors Making A Difference

    Taken from a personal interview with Sarah and Stephen Watkins     Sarah:  “We wanted to be mentors because we both care about Cabot and we wanted to give back in some way. Some of the things we do with our mentee include going to the movies, playin...
  • Green Mountain Youth Symphony “the music is just the beginning . . . ”

    Local Cabot Musicians Perform in  Green Mountain Youth Symphony            The Green Mountain Youth Symphony (GMYS), under the direction of Artistic Director Robert Blais, performed its end-of-semester concert at the Barre Opera House on December ...
  • Our Pets: Rabies Alert

    By Andrea Gilbert, D.V.M.     Please check all your pets’ rabies vaccine status!     A skunk tested positive for rabies the second week of January in East Hardwick. This was the first positive in Vermont in 2012. Too close to home.     All cats...
  • Pyramid Black Belt Academy: A Home Away From Home

    By Lynn M. JonesAt a house like any other, in a quiet Hardwick residential community, students in white uniforms enter a garage converted into a do-Jang. Students come from many surrounding towns and include at least five families from Cabot. Upon enterin...
  • Under The Golden Dome

    By Megan Walker, 8th Grade Legislative Page      Working 7:30 - 4:30, Tuesday through Friday, regular job, right?  No. The difference -- this job is for 8th graders and lasts only six weeks.  This is a program at the Vermont State House called the ...
  • New Public Café on the School Campus

    By Chronicle Staff     The new ‘School Grounds Café’ is in business!  The school-based enterprise is a project of the Business Entrepreneurial and Sustainability Class, led by educator Dave Schilling.  The former music room has been dramatically...




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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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