We have some suggestions for how to spend your Sunday, November 2, 2013.
Do you dread helping your kids with homework, especially the tough subjects where you may not remember everything?
We've got some Homework Help - It's for first through eighth graders. They can get help with their reading, math and science assignments from Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Science students. That's from 2-6 p.m. at the Fletcher Free Library.
The Brattleboro Film Festival has an eclectic mix of 30 films, speakers and discussions. It celebrates independent filmmakers and production at the Latchis Hotel & Theater.
MEET THE AUTHOR
Book lovers can join Archer Mayor at the Stone Church in Chester - He's the Vermont author of the New York Times best-selling Joe Gunther mystery series. That's at 2 p.m. at the Stone Church.
Wind down the fall season at the Apres Foliage Fest this evening with wonderful local food, wine tastings and live music. Presented by the Davies Memorial Library, the event also hosts a silent auction. 3 p.m.-6 p.m. $30
Get a little taste of your neighbor's kitchen this afternoon at the Harvest Swap pantry party in Greensboro. Celebrate and swap homegrown edibles with other members of the community. 2 p.m. -- 4 p.m. at Lakeview Union School
WIZARD OF OZ
Enjoy the final performance of ‘The Wizard of Oz' tonight at the Town Hall Theater in Woodstock. Accompanied by a 14-piece orchestra and presented by the Pentangle Players, the performance celebrates the 75th anniversary of the film. 7:30pm, $12-22
Bring the kids to the Montshire Museum of Science this afternoon for fun and educational activities through the Science Hands-On Activities program. Build a glider that flies, compare plant and animal cells, and much more. 11 a.m. -- 3:30 p.m, Programs free with museum admission, $14 for adults, $11 for children 2–17, free for members and children under 2 years of age
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Teamwork between a Montgomery farmer and a corporal with the Franklin Country sheriff's department may have saved a life when they pulled off a daring rescue. A woman became trapped in her truck tryingMore >>
It was a lifesaving rescue in the nick of time. A Franklin County sheriff's deputy put his life on the line to save a woman trapped in a truck with floodwaters raging around her. More >>
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After this week's whirlwind weather events and major flooding Tuesday, Governor Shumlin (D-Vermont), VTrans and state transportation officials held a news conference Wednesday to discuss the aftermath. ShumlinMore >>
After this week's whirlwind weather events and major flooding Tuesday, Governor Shumlin, VTrans and state transportation officials held a news conference Wednesday to discuss the aftermath.More >>
Wednesday, April 16 2014 12:34 PM EDT2014-04-16 16:34:35 GMT
It looks like our region escaped any major flooding resulting from Tuesday's heavy rains. There were localized areas of high water and damage, like a road washout on Mud Hollow Road in Kirby. Water remainsMore >>
It looks like our region escaped any major flooding resulting from Tuesday's heavy rains.More >>
Wednesday, April 16 2014 12:02 PM EDT2014-04-16 16:02:05 GMT
The floods forced Gov. Andrew Cuomo to declare a state of emergency in New York. The governor made the declaration Tuesday night. It covers six counties in northeastern of New York, including two inMore >>
The floods forced Gov. Andrew Cuomo to declare a state of emergency in New York.More >>
Wednesday, April 16 2014 11:08 AM EDT2014-04-16 15:08:35 GMT
If you thought the weather Tuesday really stunk, you weren't alone. Apparently all the rain and the rushing rivers were too much for even a beaver. WCAX Producer Diane Landry caught video Tuesday in MiltonMore >>
Apparently all the rain and the rushing rivers in our region Tuesday were too much for even a beaver.More >>