Can get you to the doctor, your COVID Vaccine, grocery shopping, a friend's house, event the mall; in or out of Burlington. Ages 60 or over or disability or 300% of the Federal Poverty level or below are eligible.
Children in grades 2-5 are invited to celebrate this Mexican holiday. Traditional Mexican board game and lots of other themed activities. Registration begins on April 28 at 8am and activity kit can be picked up at curbside on May 5 from 10:15am to 6pm. Zoom meet will be promptly at 6:30pm and the link will be sent out the day before the event.
Board of Selectmen April 26th Meeting
Play solo, or with a team (virtually speaking). Pre registration is required. No webcams or microphones necessary.
Learn how to make a recipe for one (or two) using simple ingredients, a microwave and a mug. Participants will need to provide their own ingredients. Registration begins on 4/19. Those signed up will receive an email with the required ingredients. Grades 6-12 are welcome.
Test your skills with a game of virtual chess. Play single games against other players or a 50-minute tournament. Registration is required.
Agenda Highlights: Transportation Update, Fox Hill Project. Click Here for the full agenda:
Agenda Highlights: Reorganization of the Board of Health, X-Golf Click Here for the full agenda.
Agenda Highlights: Facilities Subcommittee Report, Superintendent Report. Click Here for the full agenda.
Video Voyagers is BCAT's after school video program for middle school students in Burlington. We are still navigating through the COVID-19 pandemic and will be meeting virtually until further notice.
For more information please visit our site. Registration is required
Agenda Highlights: FY22 Warrant Article Reviews, Other Town Financial Articles Click Here for the full agenda.
Thursday, April 29: JV Malibu Shop, Kitty's Creative Cards and Woobie's Whimsies. All COVID Protocols required.
The book they will be discussing is "Tea Girl of Hummingbird Lane: by Lisa See. Copies of the book are available at curbside pickup and Marnie Smith will lead the discussion. Registration is required.