Corinth Bulletin Board and Calendar

 

NEW GREEN-UP DAY COORDINATOR SOUGHT!

Consider being the new Green-Up Day coordinator for Corinth. The position is fun and highly rewarding! See details here: Green-Up-Day-responsibilities-2017

CERT TRAINING COURSE

Learn how to respond to emergency situtations. This course is free and open to anyone 16+ years. Info here: CERT-Training-3-2017

CORINTH QUARTERLY NEWSLETTER

Download the most recent issue here (in living color):  Corinth Quarterly Newsletter, July-August 2017

CORINTH UNCLAIMED ‘PROPERTIES’ – GET YOUR MONEY!

The Unclaimed Property Division of the Vermont State Treasurer Office reunites Vermont residents with lost and/or abandoned assets. An unclaimed property is: any type of financial asset owed to an individual, business, agency, nonprofit, etc. and in possession of a holder for a specified amount of time without any contact from the “owner.” Call (802) 828-2407 or go here for more information:  http://www.vermonttreasurer.gov/content/unclaimed-property
List of Corinth unclaimed properties: Corinth-unclaimed-properties-2017
(Office of the State Treasurer has requested that this info be posted on town websites)

CORINTH-TOPSHAM FAST SQUAD

The Corinth-Topsham Fast Squad is seeking new members; if interested please contact Jim Ainsworth at 439-3059. [posting renewed Dec 2016]

TOWN HALL WI-FI

The wi-fi network is available for public use during hours when the town office is closed (see hours here). The network is: Corinth_PUB (no password is needed)

FIRE WARDEN – BURN PERMITS

You must get a burn permit if you are planning to burn. Contact Joe Truss, Corinth Fire Warden, for a permit: 439-6178. Please try to plan ahead and call a few days before the burn to insure you can contact Joe for the permit before you have the fire. If Joe isn’t available call Fire Chief, Ed Pospisil at 439-6074. Note: During winter when there is snow on the ground a burn permit is not required.

JULY 6 — Blake Memorial Library: “NESTING SEASON” with live raptors from the Vermont Institute of Natural Sciences (VINS). 10AM.

JULY 8 — Corinth Historical Society Museum and Café at the Corinth Academy in Cookeville. 10AM – noon. Superb collection of local artifacts, tools, pictures, maps and memorabilia on display. Come see your history!

JULY 15 — Corinth Historical Society Museum and Café at the Corinth Academy in Cookeville. 10AM – noon. Superb collection of local artifacts, tools, pictures, maps and memorabilia on display. Come see your history!

JULY 22 — GARDEN TALK & TEA: Don Avery, noted plantsman of Cadys Falls Nursery, will give a talk on conifers and perennials at Xiaohong Liu and John Paden’s extensive gardens in East Orange, 1-4PM. For the benefit of the Blake Memorial Library. $15 in advance, $20 on the day. Rain or shine.

JULY 22 — Corinth Historical Society Museum and Café at the Corliss-Prescott House/Agricultural Museum located in East Corinth Village. 10AM – noon. Superb collection of local artifacts, tools, pictures, maps and memorabilia on display. Come see your history! PLUS: the Topsham Historical Society will be displaying some of its collection.

JULY 29 — Corinth Historical Society Museum and Café at the Corinth Academy in Cookeville. 10AM – noon. Superb collection of local artifacts, tools, pictures, maps and memorabilia on display. Come see your history!

AUGUST 5 — Corinth Historical Society Museum and Café at the Corinth Academy in Cookeville. 10AM – noon. Superb collection of local artifacts, tools, pictures, maps and memorabilia on display. Come see your history!

AUGUST 12 — Corinth Historical Society Museum and Café at the Corliss-Prescott House/Agricultural Museum located in East Corinth Village. 10AM – noon. Superb collection of local artifacts, tools, pictures, maps and memorabilia on display. Come see your history!

AUGUST 19 — Corinth Historical Society Museum and Café at the Corinth Academy in Cookeville. 10AM – noon. Superb collection of local artifacts, tools, pictures, maps and memorabilia on display. Come see your history!

AUGUST 26 — Corinth Historical Society Museum and Café at the Corinth Academy in Cookeville. 10AM – noon. Superb collection of local artifacts, tools, pictures, maps and memorabilia on display. Come see your history!

AUGUST 26 — END-OF-SUMMER BOOK & PLANT SALE. Blake Memorial Library will once again have thousands of great books carefully sorted by genre and author, and a large variety of plants for your garden. The library will be seeking donations of books starting mid-July and plants in the days leading up to the sale. Thank you for your support!

SEPTEMBER 4 — Corinth Historical Society Museum and Café at the Corliss-Prescott House/Agricultural Museum located in East Corinth Village. 10AM – noon. Superb collection of local artifacts, tools, pictures, maps and memorabilia on display. Come see your history!

SEPTEMBER 8 — Blake Memorial Library hosts READ ALOUD. Brown Girl Dreaming by Jacqueline Woodson (2017 VT Reads Book Selection). 4:30PM.

SEPTEMBER 15 — Blake Memorial Library hosts Vermont Humanities Council Reading & Discussion Series with Suzanne Brown. The first of four discussions will be about Brown Girl Dreaming. 4:30PM.

CALENDAR

Events listed in the calendar below occur at the Town Hall. Click event titles for details.