Last Saturday’s “Shelburne Day” festivities were again organized by the Shelburne Business and Professional Association (SBPA). The day was filled with sunshine and smiles from all in attendance as they strolled among vendor tables that also included the Farmers Market stands. Besides activities on the Town Green, Shelburne merchants organized the ever-popular town-wide sidewalk sale.
According to Tod Whitaker who heads up the SBPA and organized the event, “it was terrific – all went smoothly, thanks to all the SBPA members who helped.”
Cristy and William Wisell, owners of Cucina Antica, prepare pizzas for baking as they do every Saturday at the Farmers Market.
Members of Shelburne Rescue Squad handed out mugs, balloons, and pencils and let kids climb in an ambulance.
Lynne Enman of Shelburne sold Vermont scenery photographs at Shelburne Day.
Most of the Whitcomb family stopped by the Wind Ridge Publishing booth to submit names for the new mascot, an English bull dog puppy.
Jazzercise co-owner Kit Sayers, at left, and Karen Speidel perform a jazzercise routine for onlookers at Shelburne Day.
Shelburne residents Rosalyn Graham, at left, and Mary Candon chat while waiting for a treat at the French Farmhouse Crepes at the Shelburne Farmers Market.