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Harvesting Potential in Burlington: The Schoolhouse Learning Center Harvesting Potential in Burlington: The Schoolhouse Learning Center

By Allison Wilson

From a farm-to-table harvesting program to incorporating table-top hockey into math studies, the Schoolhouse Learning Center in Burlington encourages children to learn who they are and how they fit into the world around them.

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Burlington Country Club Offers World-Class Golfing and Family-Friendly Atmosphere  Burlington Country Club Offers World-Class Golfing and Family-Friendly Atmosphere

By Pamela Sosnowski

Burlington, Vermont is known for its colleges and restaurants, and as the birthplace of Ben and Jerry's Ice Cream. It's also the home of one of Vermont's oldest country clubs.

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School Meals and Nutrition Benefits Help Fight Hunger School Meals and Nutrition Benefits Help Fight Hunger

By S. Mathur

Hunger Free Vermont uses a variety of programs to tackle the problems of hunger and food insecurity. School meals, legislative advocacy, fundraising activities and statewide Hunger Councils are some of the activities that raise awareness and make a real difference.

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Trinket: A Personal Museum of Accessories Trinket: A Personal Museum of Accessories

By Elisha Neubauer

In Burlington, Trinket's clean lines and stark white interior make for a bold statement when paired with the colorful collections displayed within its walls.

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There's a Signpost Up Ahead - Your Next Stop: John Floyd's Design Signs There's a Signpost Up Ahead - Your Next Stop: John Floyd's Design Signs

By Paul Rowe

John Floyd first realized he wanted to produce signs professionally while managing a small boutique in northern New York. His company, Design Signs, Inc. has provided countless signs for the greater Burlington area.

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Not Your Typical Vermont Lodging: Warren's Hostel Tevere Not Your Typical Vermont Lodging: Warren's Hostel Tevere

By Paul Rowe

Hostel Tevere provides a unique, accessible, and stylish lodging place for travelers in Warren, Vermont. Whether it's after a day on the slopes or just before dinner, Hostel Tevere's in-house bar provides the perfect spot for weary travelers to rest up over a beer.

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Northern Lights Rock and Ice: Your Adventure Awaits Northern Lights Rock and Ice: Your Adventure Awaits

By Allison Wilson

Northern Lights Rock and Ice offers year-round recreation with outdoor rock and ice wall climbing, zip-lines, universally accessible obstacle courses, day camps, team development services, and so much more.

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Darkroom Gallery Exhibits Display the Creative Power of Photography Darkroom Gallery Exhibits Display the Creative Power of Photography

By S. Mathur

Located in downtown Essex Junction, VT, Darkroom Gallery hosts juried international fine art photography exhibits. With the goal of making it easy for photographers to exhibit their work, the gallery has established a strong reputation in a very short time.

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Year-Round Fun at the Champlain Valley Expo Year-Round Fun at the Champlain Valley Expo

By S. Mathur

The Champlain Valley Exposition, located in Essex, VT, hosts a variety of events, large and small, all year round. With events like the Champlain Valley Fair dating back a hundred years, the Expo is an essential part of life in the region.

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A Day at the Fair A Day at the Fair

By S. Mathur

The Champlain Valley Fair is the largest agricultural fair in Vermont. Celebrating the last days of summer with all kinds of entertainment, music, and shows, it has been a regional tradition for a hundred years.

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