Summer Events

Summer Events

June 12, 2007

You are invited to join the WRP this summer…

FARMER’S FAT TUESDAY – Tuesday, June 12, The Farmer’s Diner, Quechee, 4:30 – 7:30pm

The Farmer’s Diner in Quechee Village is donating 15{db44c3d5e5b2521111bb9179cb40e40c4d2777ab57a0c9e12ea819349259de2f} of their dinner food sales to the WRP on Tuesday, June 12. We invite you to join us, eat well and benefit our local nonprofit organization. Reservations are encouraged: 295-4600. For more information about community partnerships with the Farmer’s Diner, visit their website.

CLEAN WATER DAY – Saturday, June 9, Montshire Museum, Norwich, 10:00am – 2:00pm

The Governor’s Clean and Clear Program is hosting the second annual Clean Water Day to recognize the good work that Vermonters do to improve and maintain water quality in our lakes, ponds and rivers. This year’s celebration will feature events and projects in the Connecticut River Basin. The festivities this year kick-off in the morning with the Governor’s Press Event and Family Fun Day at the Montshire Museum (museum admission, $9 adults, $7 children). For more information about this and other events happening around the state, visit their website.

AYERS BROOK PUBLIC MEETING – Tuesday, June 5, Randolph Union High School, 6:00 – 8:00pm

Landowners along Ayers Brook and other interested community members are invited to join the WRP, the VT Water Quality Division, the US Fish and Wildlife Service, Two Rivers Ottauquechee Regional Commission, and Bear Creek Environmental to discuss the corridor management plan we are developing for Ayers Brook. Refreshments will be served.

EXOTIC INVASIVE PLANT WALK – Saturday, June 2, Royalton Academy building, 9:00am – 12:00pm

Celebrate Trails Day by joining us for a walkabout to identify non-native invasive plants. Mike Bald, who removes non-native invasive plants for the US Forest Service, will lead the walkabout.

For more information about these events, please contact us.