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Sparkle Barn Short Films Night

Introducing Sparkle Barn Shorts – Film Night!
Every third Friday of the month we host a 1 hour curated compilation of short films, clips, and videos based on a new theme each month.

We promise a fascinating, inspiring, and totally unique line-up!

This is a free event!

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Sparkle Barn Short Films Night

Introducing Sparkle Barn Shorts – Film Night!
Every third Friday of the month we host a 1 hour curated compilation of short films, clips, and videos based on a new theme each month.

We promise a fascinating, inspiring, and totally unique line-up!

This is a free event!

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Sparkle Barn Short Films Night

Introducing Sparkle Barn Shorts – Film Night!
Every third Friday of the month we host a 1 hour curated compilation of short films, clips, and videos based on a new theme each month. This month’s theme is “New Beginnings.”

We promise a fascinating, inspiring, and totally unique line-up!

This is a free event! First screening of the year: Friday, Jan 18th – 7:00pm – 8:00 pm

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Wallingford Memorial Day Parade

Wallingford Memorial Day Parade

The Wallingford Memorial Day Parade will take place on Monday, May 28th.

All organizations are welcome to participate. Line up is at 9:45 a.m. near the True Temper parking lot on Maple Street.

In case of rain, the ceremony will take place at Wallingford Elementary on School Street.

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Wallingford Town-Wide Demos, Fair, Sale & Flea

Wallingford Town-Wide Demos, Fair, Sale & Flea

Wallingford Merchants group is organizing a tag and craft sale the weekend of Sunday, May 27 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the Gilbert Hart Library and other Main Street locations.

Fabulous finds abound as town members offer a Town-Wide Art /Craft Fair, Tag Sale, & Flea Market.

Vendors will be set up at the Gilbert Hart Library, 14 North Main Street, various cross streets, and other Main Street locations.

For more information, call Lisa Williams at 446-9463 or email katmanduzen@aol.com

The day prior in town, on Saturday, May 26th, demonstrations on “Sheep & Needle Felting”, as well as, “Basket-weaving” will be taking place from 9:00 AM – 2:00 PM, at 271 South Main Street (The William’s Micro Farm / Village Community Acupuncture.)

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Handcrafted Art and Unique Gifts

Are you in the market for unique, handcrafts art and gifts?  The Sparkle Barn has just what you need! At The Sparkle Barn, they bring together the world’s most colorful independent artists under one very cool roof!  ​Come EXPLORE and discover why just setting foot in The Sparkle Barn is an experience in itself.  If […]

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How Will Climate Change Affect Vermont?

How Will Climate Change Affect Vermont?

A Presentation by Dr. Alan Betts – Atmospheric Researcher, This talk will explain how global climate change is affecting Vermont, and review the transformation of society already underway.

How can we develop a systems approach to land conservation and utilization as climate changes?

Come join the discussion – refreshments will be served.

802-446-2928

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Get the skills you need with My Decision Driving

Learn what you are doing right and what you are doing wrong or simply sharpen your skills so you are ready for any situation.  The Chamber is excited to have My Decision Driving as a member and to hell spread the word about all they have to offer. My Decision Driving offers the latest in […]

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Free Community Christmas Dinner

Free Community Christmas Dinner

The Brick Church is excited to provide this special Christmas meal for families in our community. Please contact us to reserve your spot today (space is limited). You can register through our website or call us.

If you need a ride please contact us by Tuesday, December 13.

RESERVE YOUR SPOT TODAY (NOT REQUIRED BUT SPACE IS LIMITED) Click here to reserve

Menu Includes
Tossed salad, roast ham, scalloped potatoes, vegetables, dinner roll, apple crisp & ice cream, coffee, tea, water.

Every child 16 and under who attends will receive a hat and mittens. In addition, every child 12 and under will receive a wrapped gift.

Free Door Prize drawings.

802-773-3873

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