The Brandon Artists Guild would like to invite you all to join us for two exciting and fun events:


The Rockathon

Saturday, May 24th, 7:00 PM, at the Brandon Town Hall

A preview of 30+ artfully hand-painted rocking chairs & other items that rock

Cake and cold drinks will be served



Saturday, August 23rd, 7:00 PM, at the Brandon Town Hall

An auction of 30+ artfully hand-painted rocking chairs & other items that rock

Wonderful rockers for your porch!!

Proceeds from the auction help to buy art supplies for 8 of our local schools

Check out a small sampling below of rockers to be auctioned!!!

Joan Drew's "Flower-Full Urn" rocker

Joan Drew’s “Flower-Full Urn” rocker

Robin Kent's "Vermont Panorama" rocker

Robin Kent’s “Vermont Panorama” rocker

Warren Kimble’s “Gone Fishin'” Rocker




5 Responses to Community

  1. Bill Powers says:

    Salisbury, Vermont Historical Society Event, 26 June 2014

    The Salisbury Historical Society presents the story of a 1957 Army
    airplane crash that claimed four lives in the town of Chittenden and its
    remarkable ‘unconventional” rediscovery over 50 years later. Hear about a
    victim’s family and the father they never knew! Firsthand accounts
    presented by Bill Powers & Brian Lindner.
    When: Thursday, June 26th at 7PM
    Where: Salisbury, VT Congregational Church

  2. Ben Fuller says:

    Some useful summer boating safety tips forwarded by Ben Fuller, chair of the Salisbury Selectboard and lakes supporter:

  3. Ben Fuller says:

    The LDFLA Blog is a great resource to learn about issues affecting the lake community. Want another tool to learn about what your other neighbors are doing and talking about? Salisbury and Leicester have recently joined the FRONT PORCH FORUM. FPF is an online blog that allows residents of a community to discuss issues of interest. See what else is happenign around your town and JOIN THE CONVERSATION!

  4. Sue Potter says:

    Interesting article regarding the State Entomologist:

    In the pantheon of least desirable jobs, Alan Graham’s deserves at least an honorable mention. Tapped to be state entomologist last February — he’s been with the Agency of Agriculture since 2001 — Graham is in charge of pest management, which often means going into Vermont’s buggiest bogs to count, catch and identify the tiny critters that sting, burrow or bite.

    Full article here:

  5. Sue Potter says:

    CERTIFIED PESTICIDE APPLICATORS ARE NEEDED. Would you consider becoming a pesticide applicator for the BLSG Insect Control District? If so, call the BLSG Insect Control District at 802-247-6779 and leave a message with your name and phone number.

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