News Afro beat in the heat July 15, 2021 Helen Weston (left) greets the crowd that came out to enjoy the music.KeruBo (right) is a Vermont-based singer/songwriter born in Kenya.KeruBo and fellow musicians (top and center) appeared in concert at the Isham Farm inWilliston on Sunday, July 11. The concert — African folk music and Afro jazz, fromslave spirituals, African laments, civil rights songs, story songs, gospel songsand beyond — was part of the First: Earth Summer Series, a non-profitcreated by the Isham Family Farm that supports the natural environment.OBSERVER PHOTOS BY AL FREY Post navigation Previous Article 7/1/2021 Next Article 7/8/2021 Related Articles News December 30, 2020 Sterling Students Contribute Students in Williston Central School’s Sterling House have been giving back to their community in a COVID-friendly way this December. Students participated in the Sterling Chore Challenge, compl Read More News July 8, 2021 Back together again Independence Day serves as community reunion BY JASON STARR Observer staff For weeks this spring, Gov. Phil Scott talked up the Fourth of July as the “return-to-normal” date in Read More News January 22, 2021 Stern Center chooses new leader Laurie Quinn will become the Stern Center for Language and Learning’s second president, board chairman Jon Pizzagalli announced last week. Quinn comes to the organization from Champlain College, where Read More Comment here Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.