• Town of Weathersfield, Vermont

  • Town of Weathersfield, Vermont

  • Town of Weathersfield, Vermont

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Post-Thanksgiving Contradance

 at the Weathersfield Center Church

Come and use that food energy from feasting! Dance to the calling of Dudley Laufman and enjoy your neighbors. 

Friday, November 23, 7:00, Weathersfield Center Church and Meeting House. 

All welcome. This is a great dance for children, families, beginners and all who love a traditional New England dance.

Entrance is $8 or $15 for a family.



Veterans Day

 is a day to remember and honor the selfless dedication of service members, men and women, 

who have boldly stood in harm’s way carrying the torch of freedom fighting to protect our abundant way of life. 

Please come to the Perkinsville Green, in Perkinsville, Vermont on 

Sunday, November 11th at 11 AM to celebrate Veterans.


Tuesday, November 20, 12 pm

Where? Perkinsville VT Community Church Sanctuary - monthly potluck with conversation. 

Bring a hot dish, salad or dessert.  Beverages, paper goods, cutlery provided. 

Come join the fun!  Lorraine Zigman 802-263-2545;  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Vermont Author Barbara Williams Sheperd
will speak and sign books
Wednesday night, November 14th, 6:30 p.m
About the Author
Barbara holds a Master in Counseling degree from Antioch University. She studied writing at the University of
Vermont and took additional courses at St. Michael’s College, Johnson and Lyndon State Colleges. She worked
thirty years in education, five as a classroom teacher and twenty-five as middle school or high school counselor. Barbara honed her skills writing thousands of college reference letters, guidance newsletters, and directives.
Her short stories and articles have been published in Mainstream Magazine, Keene State Today, The Barton
Chronicle and the St. Albans Messenger. During the two years she worked for the University of Vermont
Extension Service, she wrote a weekly column for The News and Citizen and a monthly newsletter for 4-H
families. In 2016 she published her first children’s novel,
Under An Eagle’s Wing is based on her father’s life growing up an orphan in Vermont during the 1920s.
Gone Too Soon, and Gone Too Soon, Book II, are a Biography of Anne Crahan Williams who was born in
Pittsford, Vermont in 1909 and lived much of her adult life in Weathersfield.
Barbara lives a quiet life on a small Northern Vermont lake. In addition to writing, she is passionate about
genealogy and restoring vintage photographs. She sings in Northsong, a classical chorus, plays guitar in a Ceilidh group, and clarinet in the Newport Community Band, The Newport Area Community Orchestra, and at local
Musicales. She also ushers at the Highland Center for the Arts.
She has three grown children and six grandchildren.
Photo by Dr. Thurmond W. Knight


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