http://www.reformer.com
Subscribe via RSS

Brattleboro

Brattleboro Halloween 2014


Twin Valley Boys Soccer Playoff Game vs. Craftsbury Academy

The Twin Valley boys soccer team beat Craftsbury Academy 3-0 and will meet fellow undefeated Sharon Academy in the D-4 final on Saturday.


Fulcrum Arts

Fulcrum Arts, Brattleboro’s newest arts destination, is now open to the public. Located on Route 30, 1.7 miles from downtown Brattleboro, Fulcrum Arts houses the studios of Natalie Blake (ceramics) and Randi Solin (glass), both highly exclaimed artists in their fields. Fulcrum Arts Gallery, a 1,000 square foot retail gallery, features the works of these two artists, as well as other juried fine crafts, including tile murals, glass, jewelry, furniture and lighting. Interested collectors and buyers are able to purchase finished one-of-a-kind pieces and functional wares, and commission new work. They also offer design consultation for in-home art placement.

Fulcram Arts provides glassblowing and ceramics demonstrations, gallery talks, ongoing classes, workshops, and private tutoring in glass and ceramics.

The gallery is open Monday – Saturday 10-6.


Leland & Gray Girls Soccer vs. Richford Senior High School

The Leland & Gray Girls Soccer team beat Richford Senior High School 3-2 in a shoot out during their first round playoff game in Townshend on Wednesday afternoon.


Leland & Gray Boys Soccer vs. Randolph

The Leland & Gray Boys Soccer team beat Randolph Union High School 4-1 during their first round playoff game in Townshend on Tuesday afternoon.


BUHS Field Hockey vs. Fair Haven


BUHS Fall Play – “Brave New World”

Performances of “Brave New World”, directed by Bob Kramsky, will take place at the BUHS auditorium on October 17 & 18 at 7:00pm. For ticket information, contact 451-3400.


Brattleboro Senior Meals Celebrates 10 Years


BUHS Varsity Football vs. Colchester

The BUHS varsity football team took on Colchester on Friday, Oct. 10th at home. Colchester won 47-14.


Solar Energy Project Ribbon Cutting

A ribbon cutting took place on Wednesday afternoon to mark the official completion of the Brattleboro Solar Energy Project. Over 81 hundred ground mounted panels are located on the 12 acre site off of Technology Drive, with a total system size of 2.5 megawatts. The project ground breaking occurred on May 15th and the system commissioning and activation occurred on September 18th. This is the first project of this size in southeastern Vermont, with the energy produced by this project to equal approximately 7.5% of Brattleboro’s residential annual energy needs. The construction employed over 75 local residents.


Previous Entries

PHOTOS: Virgin Galactic SpaceShipTwo crashes in Mojave Desert

A Virgin Galactic space tourism rocket exploded Friday after taking off on a test flight, killing one person aboard


Photos: 2014 Breeders’ Cup World Championships Day 1

The 2014 Breeders’ Cup World Championships at Santa Anita Park in Arcadia, Calif., Friday, Oct. 31, 2014.


Photos: San Francisco Giants, fans celebrate World Series victory

Hundreds of thousands of San Francisco Giants fans turn out in the rain to celebrate the Giants’ World Series