Springfield Vermont Garage and Yard SalesSaturday and Sunday- June 1st and June 2nd ONLY:  8AM-3PM – No Early Birds Please!

Lots of Kitchen Items
Metal Twin Bed Frame (blue)
Bar Chairs (4 matching) with home-made wooden lighted bar (optional)
Bar “drinking” games
Books, DVDs, CD’s (mostly from ’90’s)
Dining Room Table
Clothes (men, women, child- girl)
MISC Sport items (children’s items- bats, gloves, cleats, shin pads- all in great shape)
Children’s Toys
Blue cloth foot rest
$$Welders$$
…plus many more items

Homemade Baked Goods will also be available for purchase to include: Raspberry Cream Cheese Coffee Cake, Double Fudge Brownies, Chocolate Chip Cookies, Cake Pops, Old Fashioned Molasses Cookies, and more… bottled water will also be available for purchase.

Sorry- no public bathroom!

Spencer Hollow Road, right off Skitchewaug Trail– Look for the sign’s- will be hard to miss.

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There’s been a request for a resource to do obituary searches.  The Rutland Herald Obituaries includes obituaries for Springfield.  The  Rutland Herald website actually has a great search box for obits.  You can search by a person’s name, keyword (e.g. Springfield) or if you click on the More Options link in their search box, you can search/filter by a variety of Vermont newspapers, get all Vermont obituaries and search by date range as well.

 

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TUESDAY, 6/26/12
7:00PM
Unitarian Universalist Church in Springfield, VT
21 Fairground Road, Springfield, Vermont 05156
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How We Return Power to the People (in more ways than one!)
Lukas Snelling, Executive Director of Energize Vermont examines what’s wrong with the process of developing renewable energy in Vermont today and proposes a new path towards a renewable energy future that supports community input, combats climate change, and ensures appropriate “Vermont-scale” energy development.

All are welcome to attend this special presentation hosted by North Springfield Action Group.  Refreshments will be served.

TUESDAY, 6/26/12
7:00PM
Unitarian Universalist Church in Springfield, VT
21 Fairground Road, Springfield, Vermont 05156
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The Hole in the Hill Bar & Grill

30 Main Street, Springfield, VT 05156
(802) 885-4240 ‎

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Kyle Carey, a nationally/internationally touring Folk/Celtic artist, is on her Spring tour and will be appearing at the Springfield Town Library, May 4th  at 7:00pm.   Admission if FREE.

Hear some samples in her promotional video:

VTel WOW Internet Lines

A VTel/NexLink truck was spotted around town installing new lines this week.  Could this be the fiber for the long-awaited WOW system that promises blazing fast internet speeds?

From Vtel’s WOW web page:

“WOW will also extend Gigabit Internet of 1,000,000,000 bps over active fiber to every existing VTel customer in fourteen telephone exchanges in Vermont.”

“Coming soon we will also be offering wireless broadband access using 4G/LTE — at no additional cost!”

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