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Catamount Arts, Discovery St. Johnsbury, and various town agencies have collaborated to create a two-day community celebration taking place over two September Saturdays. Sponsored in part by the Levitt Foundation, well known in the region for bringing the Levitt AMP St. Johnsbury Music Series to Dog Mountain, September’s community celebration is called St. Johnsbury #GETDOWNTOWN, and will feature live music, poetry, circus arts, and puppetry on September 12th and 26th.

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BROWNINGTON — Members of the Orleans County Historical Society decided last year to create an interactive walking path around the Old Stone House Museum grounds.

Howard and Vicki Gentler, of Irasburg, take a spin Monday afternoon on the bike path, Prouty Drive in Newport City with granddaughter Amelie. They were on their way to the Beebe rail trail bike path, a popular attraction.