December 15, 2018


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Senior Holiday Luncheon and student choir performance


11 a.m.-1 p.m.

Thursday, Dec. 13

Williston Federated Church

44 North Williston Road


The Williston-Richmond Rotary Club presents a performance of the Williston Central School choir. Lunch will be served at noon. For more information contact Andy Mikell 802.343.2704 or




CVU Celebrate the Arts Night


6-7:30 p.m.

Thursday, Dec. 13

CVU High School, Hinesburg


Students from the Champlain Valley School District display visual arts and experiential learning projects. Music performances by the CVU Women’s Chorus and the CVU Jazz Ensemble.



Town tree lighting

4:30 p.m.

Sunday, Dec. 16

Town Gazebo, Williston Village

Gather with the community for treats, hot cocoa, caroling and a ceremonial tree lighting. Bring a non-perishable food item or cash donation to support the Williston Community Food Shelf. The SD Ireland holiday truck will make a visit.



Lecture: The many meanings of maple


Thursday, Dec. 20

University of Vermont


UVM’s Third Thursday lecture series presents: What is Maple? Michael Lange of Champlain College will explore what maple means for Vermont, and how those many meanings are woven tightly into the fabric of Vermont’s own identity. Details and directions at





Christmas mixer at Fire Department

6:30-7:30 p.m.

Friday Dec. 14

Williston Fire Department, 645 Talcott Road

The Williston Fire Department hosts a Christmas mixer sponsored by SD Ireland. Enjoy hot chocolate and candy canes while checking out the company’s Christmas mixer.


Criminal record expungement clinic

2-6 p.m.

Friday Dec. 14

Winooski Community Justice Center

27 West Allen St., Winooski


Vermont Legal Aid presents a free criminal record expungement clinic with volunteer lawyers to help people determine whether prior convictions can be expunged from their record and how to go about it.

Gifts Galore Art Festival

10 a.m.-3 p.m.

Sunday, Dec. 16

Richmond Free Library, 201 Bridge St., Richmond


A holiday gift-buying opportunity, in a small setting with 14 local vendors. Come to the second floor of the Richmond Free Library, where shoppers can find a wide variety of gift ideas and price ranges, including table top decor, art, jewelry, wood products, clothing and notecards and more. Refreshments will be hosted as a fundraiser for the Richmond Library Children’s Program.