Great Falls Farmers Market

Welcome to Autumn. As I celebrate the Autumnal Equinox today, I look forward to tomorrow's Farmers' Market knowing that the Fall crops are in and ready for me to enjoy. Pumpkins, butternut squash, kori squash, brussels sprouts--the delights of Autumn. Fall squashes are amazing storage crops, meaning they keep really well for a long time, so buying now when they are in season is a great way to reduce your overall grocery bill.


Join JoAnne Russo on a journey into the darkness to learn about our local night-time jewels on Wednesday, September 6 at 7 p.m. in the Rockingham Library’s Top Floor Meeting Room.

Did you know that Vermont has about 2500 species of moths or that they have ears on their abdomens? Moths are much more than the pesky insects attracted to porch lights in the spring, summer and fall. JoAnne is a naturalist who lives in Rockingham. She's helping to identify the moth species of Vermont and has participated in the Vermont bumble bee and wooly adelgid surveys.

The Aftermath of the Vietnam War - A Film By: Ken Burns and Lynn Novick

A Landmark Documentary Event


Join us for an exclusive preview screening of the new landmark documentary event coming to Vermont PBS September 17th - The Vietnam War -a film by Ken Burns and Lynn Novick.

This free screening event will include a 1-hour preview of all ten episodes of the documentary followed by a panel discussion.

Panel members:

Smokey Aumand- Commander of the local Bellows Falls American Legion and Veteran


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