Here is a list of Community & Non-Profit Events coming soon in our area:
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Monday May 10 from 11am-to-4:30pm: “Red Cross Blood Drive” at the Barre Elks Club in Barre.
Tuesday May 11 from 10am-to-4pm: “Red Cross Blood Drive” at Ivy Computer in Waterbury.
Wednesday May 12 from 11am-to-3pm: “Red Cross Blood Drive” at the Franklin Town Hall in Franklin, VT.
Wednesday May 12 from 12:30pm-to-5:30pm: “Red Cross Blood Drive” at the Keene Central School in Keene Valley, NY.
Thursday May 13 from 11:30am-to-5pm: “Red Cross Blood Drive” at St. Jude’s Parish in Hinesburg.
Thursday May 13 from 12pm-to-6pm: “Red Cross Blood Drive” at the Days Inn on Route 3 in Plattsburgh.
Thursday May 13 from 10:30am-to-3:30pm: “Red Cross Blood Drive” at St. Albans City Hall.
Thursday May 13 from 12pm-to-4:30pm: “Red Cross Blood Drive” at the Swanton VFW.
Friday May 14 from 11am-to-4pm: “Red Cross Blood Drive” at the University Mall in South Burlington.
Saturday May 15 from 9am-to-3pm: The Fourth Annual “Auto Show” to benefit the Wounded Warrior Project is taking place at the Keeseville Elks Lodge #2072, 1 Elk Lane in Keeseville. There will food, music, a swap meet and more. To register a vehicle or reserve a table, call Austin at 518-551-0030.
Saturday May 29 at Noon: “Family Fundraiser” at the Keeseville VFW–to benefit a North Country family dealing with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. Samantha was diagnosed with the cancer in October 2020, just three months after giving birth to her first child, James. She had already used disability for her maternity leave, and was denied disability financial assistance, despite needing more active treatment. Samantha, James, and her husband Matt are facing the burden of additional medical scans, and procedures to treat her cancer. This fundraiser, which will include silent and Chinese auctions, 50/50 raffles, a car show, game tournaments, a Michigan dinner, and more, will directly benefit the family as they navigate through this tough time. For more information, contact Betty Loreman: 518-593-9703.
Got the COVID-19 blues? The Pathways Vermont Support Line is staffed by local peers, and ready to help Vermonters who may be struggling. Call or text 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at 833-VT-TALKS
Due to the current health crisis, some of the events may need to be postponed or cancelled. We suggest you call ahead to any organization, or check their website, before attending the event to be sure there haven’t been any changes.