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WEST BARNET SENIOR MEAL SITE - Wed., July 7: Sticky pork rice, Colifornia vegetobles, solad, homemade breod, fruit cobbler. Fri., July 9: Baked ham, potato salad, green beans, homemode roll, bor cookie. "In house dining resumes - note time change 11:30am-12:30pm. FMI Jane 603-638-4002 or Jan 802-535-7860 * suggested donation $4 (S5 under age 60) DARLING INN SENIOR MEAL SITE: - Tue., July 6: Roost beef dinner with moshed potatoes ond gravy, corn, breod, fruit, butterscotch pudding Music with Joanne & Fridens. Wed., July 7: Pork chops, mashed potatoes and gravy, corn, rolls, frosted cupcokes. Thu., July 8: Cheeseburger, mocaroni sal- od, fruit, mandarin orange pudding with topping. Fri., July 9: Chicken potty on roll, corrot salad, fruit, coconut bars. Please make reservations by 10AM. 802-626-8700 dorling meals@gmail.com :60+ is a suggested donation of $4, un- der 60 is a fee of $6 Dining room will re-open Tuesday July 6. BURKE MEAL SITE-Mon., July 5: Hom solad sondwiches, pos- to salod, strawberry shortcake. Wed., July 7: Meatloaf, mashed pototoes, peas and corrots, ootmeal raisin cookie. Fri., July 9: Baked fish (tilapio), sweet potato wedges, green beans, fresh fruit cup. "The Burke Senior Meal Site will again be open for sit down meals. Lunch will be served at Noon. Please call the meal site at 802-467-3423 to reserve your spot. DANVILLE MEAL SITE - Tue., July 6: Roosted tomoto and sweet pepper fritattata (itolian style omelet), kale, chicken vegetoble soup, homemode Challah, honeydew melon. Thurs., July 8: Meatball marinara, whole-wheat pasta, mixed Colifornia vegetables, tossed solod, minestrone soup, homemode Challah, strowberries. Now OPEN FOR DINING. FMI: 802-684-3389. NORRIS COTTON CANCER CENTER-NORTH GENTLE YOGA BEGINNER CLASS ON ZOOM - Mondeys thru July 19, 1:00- 2:00pm. Internet occess needed. Registration required. To regis- ter for this FREE closs contoct Pofient and Fomily Support Services: concersupport@hitchcock.org or call 603-650-7751 ond give your name, phone number and email address. LYNDON AREA FOOD SHELF - Elm St., Lyndonville, is open every Wednesdoy ot 10om for pre-bogged groceries to anyone in our areal Queshons to Deb: 626-5586. NFPI Tais space provided complimens oft Benefits Insurance Wealth Management TO PUT YOUR NOTICE IN THIS SPACE FOR NON-PROFIT EVENTS, MAIL YOUR COPY TO: NFP, BOX 45n, ST. JOHNSBURY, VTNI9, E-MAILADDRESS: info peelosinsurance.com PLEASE LIMIT TO 35 WORDS OR LESS, SORRY, NO PHONE CALLS. NOTICES MUST BE RECEIVED BY THE THURSDAY PRIOR TO MONDAY INSERTION, ST. JOHNSBURY ATHENAEUM - Open for business Library & Gollery Monday-Friday 10am-5pm, Saturday 10am-3pm and Closed Sundays. FMI www.stjathenoeum.org ... .. STAR PARTY / OPEN HOUSE AT NORTHERN SKIES OBSER- VATORY IN PEACHAM! Starting ot 9:30pm on Thurs., July 8, Fri., July 9 OR Sat, July 10. We will choose the best night bosed on weather next week. Check https://www.focebook.com/nkaf.org for the night and further details! BURKLYN ARTS COUNCIL - The Bird is bock! The Burklyn Sum- mer Croft Fair will be held LIVE, July 3, 10om-4pm, in Lyndonville's Band Stond Park. For information or to opply as an exhibitor, email BurklynArts40@gmail.com. KINGDOM COMMUNITY SERVICES FOOD SHELF ot 36 Stee- ple Place, St. Johnsbury is open Tues. end Thurs, noon-3:45pm, 802-751-8581. We ore using all necessary precoutions ogainst COVID-19. NEW SPORT AT POWERS PARK IN LYNDONVILLE - Picklers meet Saturdays from 8-1lam at Powers Park and also Mondays 4-7pm. Age 16 and older. Bring your own poddles. Round robin play on 3 courts for beginner, intermediote and advanced picklers. (One pickleball court is ready to use at oll times; the other two pb courts require portable nets.) FMI: mimiller3149@ gmail.com. SHARES CORPORATION -A S01c3 non profit will be holding o craft fair at the St. Johnsbury Moose Lodge on Sot, July 3 from 9am till 2pm, Admission is free, all proceeds ossist the homeless in the orea VT HELPLINK is e stotewide, public resource for connecting Ver- monters with the substance use treatment and recovery services they need. Visit www.VTHelplink.org or call 802-565-5465. 8om- 10pm, Monday through Friday: 8am-6pm weekends/holidays. .... ST. JOHNSBURY HISTORY & HERITAGE CENTER - Celebrat- ing the town's rich legocy, the Center exhibits, preserves, and teach- es history to all oges. June-Sept. hours: Monday-Saturday, 10om to 4pm. Located ot 421 Summer Street, St. Johnsbury, (802-424. 1090). Visit www.stjhistory.org to find special orficles and events. WEST BARNET SENIOR MEAL SITE - Wed., July 7: Sticky pork rice, Colifornia vegetobles, solad, homemade breod, fruit cobbler. Fri., July 9: Baked ham, potato salad, green beans, homemode roll, bor cookie. "In house dining resumes - note time change 11:30am-12:30pm. FMI Jane 603-638-4002 or Jan 802-535-7860 * suggested donation $4 (S5 under age 60) DARLING INN SENIOR MEAL SITE: - Tue., July 6: Roost beef dinner with moshed potatoes ond gravy, corn, breod, fruit, butterscotch pudding Music with Joanne & Fridens. Wed., July 7: Pork chops, mashed potatoes and gravy, corn, rolls, frosted cupcokes. Thu., July 8: Cheeseburger, mocaroni sal- od, fruit, mandarin orange pudding with topping. Fri., July 9: Chicken potty on roll, corrot salad, fruit, coconut bars. Please make reservations by 10AM. 802-626-8700 dorling meals@gmail.com :60+ is a suggested donation of $4, un- der 60 is a fee of $6 Dining room will re-open Tuesday July 6. BURKE MEAL SITE-Mon., July 5: Hom solad sondwiches, pos- to salod, strawberry shortcake. Wed., July 7: Meatloaf, mashed pototoes, peas and corrots, ootmeal raisin cookie. Fri., July 9: Baked fish (tilapio), sweet potato wedges, green beans, fresh fruit cup. "The Burke Senior Meal Site will again be open for sit down meals. Lunch will be served at Noon. Please call the meal site at 802-467-3423 to reserve your spot. DANVILLE MEAL SITE - Tue., July 6: Roosted tomoto and sweet pepper fritattata (itolian style omelet), kale, chicken vegetoble soup, homemode Challah, honeydew melon. Thurs., July 8: Meatball marinara, whole-wheat pasta, mixed Colifornia vegetables, tossed solod, minestrone soup, homemode Challah, strowberries. Now OPEN FOR DINING. FMI: 802-684-3389. NORRIS COTTON CANCER CENTER-NORTH GENTLE YOGA BEGINNER CLASS ON ZOOM - Mondeys thru July 19, 1:00- 2:00pm. Internet occess needed. Registration required. To regis- ter for this FREE closs contoct Pofient and Fomily Support Services: concersupport@hitchcock.org or call 603-650-7751 ond give your name, phone number and email address. LYNDON AREA FOOD SHELF - Elm St., Lyndonville, is open every Wednesdoy ot 10om for pre-bogged groceries to anyone in our areal Queshons to Deb: 626-5586. NFPI Tais space provided complimens oft Benefits Insurance Wealth Management TO PUT YOUR NOTICE IN THIS SPACE FOR NON-PROFIT EVENTS, MAIL YOUR COPY TO: NFP, BOX 45n, ST. JOHNSBURY, VTNI9, E-MAILADDRESS: info peelosinsurance.com PLEASE LIMIT TO 35 WORDS OR LESS, SORRY, NO PHONE CALLS. NOTICES MUST BE RECEIVED BY THE THURSDAY PRIOR TO MONDAY INSERTION, ST. JOHNSBURY ATHENAEUM - Open for business Library & Gollery Monday-Friday 10am-5pm, Saturday 10am-3pm and Closed Sundays. FMI www.stjathenoeum.org ... .. STAR PARTY / OPEN HOUSE AT NORTHERN SKIES OBSER- VATORY IN PEACHAM! Starting ot 9:30pm on Thurs., July 8, Fri., July 9 OR Sat, July 10. We will choose the best night bosed on weather next week. Check https://www.focebook.com/nkaf.org for the night and further details! BURKLYN ARTS COUNCIL - The Bird is bock! The Burklyn Sum- mer Croft Fair will be held LIVE, July 3, 10om-4pm, in Lyndonville's Band Stond Park. For information or to opply as an exhibitor, email BurklynArts40@gmail.com. KINGDOM COMMUNITY SERVICES FOOD SHELF ot 36 Stee- ple Place, St. Johnsbury is open Tues. end Thurs, noon-3:45pm, 802-751-8581. We ore using all necessary precoutions ogainst COVID-19. NEW SPORT AT POWERS PARK IN LYNDONVILLE - Picklers meet Saturdays from 8-1lam at Powers Park and also Mondays 4-7pm. Age 16 and older. Bring your own poddles. Round robin play on 3 courts for beginner, intermediote and advanced picklers. (One pickleball court is ready to use at oll times; the other two pb courts require portable nets.) FMI: mimiller3149@ gmail.com. SHARES CORPORATION -A S01c3 non profit will be holding o craft fair at the St. Johnsbury Moose Lodge on Sot, July 3 from 9am till 2pm, Admission is free, all proceeds ossist the homeless in the orea VT HELPLINK is e stotewide, public resource for connecting Ver- monters with the substance use treatment and recovery services they need. Visit www.VTHelplink.org or call 802-565-5465. 8om- 10pm, Monday through Friday: 8am-6pm weekends/holidays. .... ST. JOHNSBURY HISTORY & HERITAGE CENTER - Celebrat- ing the town's rich legocy, the Center exhibits, preserves, and teach- es history to all oges. June-Sept. hours: Monday-Saturday, 10om to 4pm. Located ot 421 Summer Street, St. Johnsbury, (802-424. 1090). Visit www.stjhistory.org to find special orficles and events.

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