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Tuesday, Oct. 31COMMUNITY Bennington Senior Center: Painting, 9 a.m. to noon; Walking aerobics, 9:30 to 10:30 a.m.; Games, 1 to 3:30 p.m.; Ukulele, 10:30; Belly Dancing, 5 to 7:30 p.m., 124 Pleasant … more
The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department has two shooting ranges currently open for use by the public, one in Hartland and another near Island Pond. Both ranges are open seasonally from April to mid-December.Hammond Cove Shooting Range at the end … more
On Sept. 28, the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department will celebrate the grand opening of the new Dead Creek Visitor Center, and share the new facility with the public and distinguished guests at the Dead Creek Wildlife Management Area (WMA) in … more
Email calendar listings to news@benningtonbanner.com. We only accept events that are free to attend or benefit nonprofits or charitable causes. We prefer to receive submissions via email, and would like the information to be in plain text in the … more
The Vermont Suicide Prevention Center (vtspc.org) promotes public and well-informed conversation about suicide prevention in Vermont. There is a pressing need to understand the prevalence of suicide as a public health problem and that there are … more
"The Mystical Suspense of Robert Frost" is the title of Chard deNiord's talk on Sunday, 2 p.m., at the Robert Frost Stone House Museum in Shaftsbury.Following in Frost's footsteps as Poet Laureate of Vermont, de Niord will focus on the dialectic … more
Fall heralds the season waterfowl hunters look forward to all year. But before hunters begin building waterfowl blinds, the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department reminds them to pay attention to the materials used and to avoid spreading invasive … more
SaturdayNORTH BENNINGTON Free Second Saturday SupperThe North Bennington Baptist Church will be hosting our free Second Saturday Supper this month on Saturday, Nov. 11, from 5 to 6 p.m. in the church … more
Tree stands get hunters out of sight and smell of wary deer, but they can also get hunters into trouble. Here are some tips from the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department to help stay safe and get the most out of your tree stand hunting … more
The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department is reminding hunters of a law designed to help keep Vermont deer healthy by not using any type of deer urine-based or deer body fluid attractant scents.The infectious agent of Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD), … more
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