July 25, 2017

WILLISTON’S 250TH: Anniversary updates

Williston Moves Passport

Organizers of Williston Moves—a town-wide initiative as part of Williston’s 250th Healthy Challenge that encourages residents to get moving—have created a new way to get residents to raise their fitness levels.

The Williston Moves Passport allows residents to keep track of fitness activities they participated in. Residents can mark activities like walking, biking, golf, baseball, fitness classes, swimming and more, now through Labor Day. At the end of the summer, they can trade in the completed passport for awards, like discounts at local merchants.

The passport is available at the Williston Town Hall and on the town website, www.town.williston.vt.us.

For more information, visit www.facebook.com/Williston.moves.

 

Call to Williston artists

Celebrate Williston’s 250th anniversary by participating in the July art exhibit at the Dorothy Alling Memorial Library. Two-dimensional art works inspired by the town or with a Williston motif are welcome. For more information or to register, email Deb Runge at debra.runge@yahoo.com.

Mark Your Calendar

Upcoming 250th celebration dates:

May 11

Local historian Richard Allen will present a slideshow entitled “Stories from Williston’s Past” at the Dorothy Alling Memorial Library at 11 a.m.

June 7

“A Day in the Life of Williston” photo shoot and community potluck dinner, with the premier of Williston filmmaker Jim Heltz’s new film, “Williston Revisited.”

June 8

Community photo shoot at the Williston Community Park.

Comments

  1. tcoletta says:

    almost 3 decades ago when williston started it’s development review process the public works section was pushing for a wider roadway typical for residential streets. The town adopted 30 ft widths vs 24ft. That’s 6/24 (30%) additional impervious area and runoff that needs to treated before flowing into ALLEN BROOK. The town and selectboard have indicated a lack of interest to reach out and help communties like mine that have had expired stormwater permits for more then a decade. Its always been a wait and see, well I see where this headed now.

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