Here is a list of Community & Non-Profit Events coming soon in our area:
North Country Federal Credit Union: Money goes further when you bank at a financial cooperative. Experience the difference at North Country – Your Community Credit Union.”
Monday October 26 from 7:15am-to-3:30pm: “Blood Drive” at the Red Cross Blood Donation Center on North Prospect Street in Burlington.
Tuesday October 27 from 10am-to-3pm: “Red Cross Blood Drive” at the National Guard Armory in Winooski.
Tuesday October 27 from 10am-to-3pm: “Red Cross Blood Drive” at the Talent Skatepark on Queen City Park Road in Burlington.
Wednesday October 28 from 10am-to-3pm: “Red Cross Blood Drive” at Green Mountain Support Services in Morrisville.
Thursday October 29 from 12:30pm-to-5pm: “Red Cross Blood Drive” at the Victory Baptist Church in Vergennes.
Friday October 30 from 11am-to-4pm: “Red Cross Blood Drive” at the University Mall in South Burlington.
Friday October 30 from 11:30am-to-5:30pm: “Red Cross Blood Drive” at the Morrisville V-F-W.
Saturday October 31 from 9am-to-2pm: “Red Cross Blood Drive” at the Beeman Elementary School in New Haven.
Saturday October 31 from 11:30am-to-2:00pm: “The Strike Zone Boys and Girls Breast Cancer Awareness Softball Game” at Maple Street Park in Essex Junction. The 13U and 14U boys “Strikers” teams and the girls “Venom” teams will be playing two games to raise money for Breast Cancer research. To donate, call The Strike Zone at 802-662-4233 or click here to visit their GoFundMe page.
Now through October 31: Families living in Addison, Chittenden, Franklin and Grand Isle Counties can get free early education for their children, health and wellness and services for pregnant women and children with special needs, Apply at www.champlainvalleyheadstart.org or call 1-802-651-4180
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.