If you are hosting an event in the community and would like to post it on the Halifax website, please contact Robbin Gabriel at halifaxsecretary@gmail.com or Patty Dow at Halifax@myfairpoint.net

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Community Events

Tour de Heifer Bike Rides

The  Tour de Heifer Dirt Road rides are set for Sunday, June 4th, 2017The Tour de Heifer is a group of three bike rides, with the 30 and 60 mile routes drawing more experienced riders and the 15 mile route drawing less experienced riders. We expect to see 300 riders spread out over the three rides. Both the 60 mile and 30 mile routes go through Halifax. The 60 mile route comes west on Jacksonville Stage road, goes north on Josh Road (including the class 4 section), takes a left up Deer Park Road (a long climb), a right on Old County Road to Whitneyville, and then onto Brook Road and Reed Hill Road in West Halifax. Eventually the riders come back into Halifax on Butterfield Road and Green River, then going north on Moss Hollow. The 30 mile route goes up Green River Road and then north on Moss Hollow. There will be a water stop at the corner of Green River Road and Moss Hollow Road.

Halifax Community Club

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Whitingham-Halifax Lions Club

The Whitingham-Halifax Lions is active in building a better community with its outreach in eyesight assistance, support for educational services, relief from food insecurity, and helping with local recreation and beautification.  Fundraisers include the Hungry Lion Bike Tour each September right here in Whitingham.  The Lions enjoy local support that enables the club to live up to its motto “We Serve.”  The club was chartered in 1954 and meets twice monthly except during the summer.

To learn more, visit http://www.e-clubhouse.org/sites/whitinghamhalifax/index.php.

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Halifax School Happenings

 

Woodard Nature Camp 2017

Join us for four mornings of nature adventures led by naturalist Marshal Case, volunteer and naturalist for the Trust for Wildlife, assisted by Stephanie Spring, teacher at Twin Valley Elementary School.

Nature Adventures will focus on exploring woods, fields, and waterways, examining native plants and animals. Come learn and appreciate the food chains and habitats of the forest.

All children in Halifax, Whitingham, Readsboro and Wilmington are being invited to participate, though the program is geared toward students entering grades 1 – 8. Participants should show up clothes suitable for exploring the outdoors in hilly terrain.

Nature Adventures is sponsored by Trust for Wildlife and offered at no charge!

Dates: Monday, July 31 – Thursday, August 3

Time: 9 – 12

Place: Johnson Nature Preserve, Woodard Road, Halifax Center

To enroll your child, or to get directions to the camp, email Stephanie, sspring@tves.k12.vt.us, with the following information:

Name and age of child

Parent email and phone number

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NEWSLETTER LINKS

Halifax School Newsletter, May 19, 2017

Halifax School Newsletter, May 12, 2017

Halifax School Newsletter, May 5, 2017

Halifax School Newsletter, April 28, 2017

Halifax School Newsletter April 14, 2017

Halifax School Newsletter, April 7, 2017