As the Stowe Land Trust moves ever closer to buying the tract of wilderness known as Brownsville, it’s worth remembering it wasn’t always that wild.
All kinds of tours can be taken through our town, and the recent Gardens of Stowe tour gave people a glimpse into the bloomiest, most colorful and most creative gardens around town. The tour included both commercial gardens — at inns, restaurants and hotels around town — and home gardens.
Sometime in mid-November, a snowflake floated down from the sky and joined some other ones at the first place it could find, the highest point in Vermont, the Chin of Mount Mansfield.
The annual Hyde Cup hockey tournament is like learning to swim by jumping into the deep end of the pool, floundering around a bit before the good swimmers teach you how it’s done.
When looking up at Mount Mansfield today, it’s easy to see the intricate network of lifts and trails that make Stowe Mountain Resort a world-class ski destination for visitors from all over the world.
“It’s not home, but it’s certainly nice to have it,” said Kitty Coppock, describing the Stowe Free Library’s satellite location in Memorial Hall at the Akeley Memorial Building.
Find things to do this week in Stowe, Waterbury, Morrisville and across the county: community, exhibits, film and theater, kid-friendly, meetings, music and nightlife, sports and outdoors, talks, workshops and more.