A Fall foliage Fly over, an Annual Fire wood Bee Buzzathon save the date, and a couple of Concerts for you.

Just in case you need something to do!

Good Morning Norwich and beyond. I hope all are doing OK and staying safe. I thought I would combine a few postings to make it a one stop viewing event and also to limit the # of e-mails in your inbox. These were in today’s list serv and are being posted here in case you missed them. The fly-over is first followed by the two concerts and after you are totally relaxed you might just want to get out and move some wood around. The save the date info is an event you can start training for now. Enjoy and have an nice weekend all.

43. FLYOVER - BRIGHAM HILL FALL LEAVES - 1PM - September 26, 2020
From: Chad <chad.finer@gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 26 Sep 2020 14:12:38 -0400

FLYOVER - Brigham Hill Fall Leaves - September 26, 2020 at 1pm

55. MUSIC OF THE UPPER VALLEY - FORD DALEY AND PAUL BARKER - 3rd Set of Gospel Sing - beaver Meadow/West Norwich Vermont - September 20, 2020 - DAILY TUNES
From: Chad <chad.finer@gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 26 Sep 2020 23:18:17 -0400

FORD DALEY & PAUL BARKER - 3RD SET Gospel Sing on the grounds of the Beaver
Meadow Union Chapel in Beaver Meadow/West Norwich on September 20, 2020
More Tomorrow

Chad Finer

Music in the Time of COVID

39. MUSIC IN THE UPPER VALLEY - TOM PIROZZOLI at the Anonymous Coffeehouse in Lebanon, New Hampshire on February 14, 2020 - A DAILY TUNE
From: Chad <chad.finer@gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 26 Sep 2020 12:45:20 -0400

TOM PIROZZOLI - at the Anonymous Coffeehouse in Lebanon on February 14, 2020
More Tomorrow

Music in the Time of COVID

Chad Finer

The below phrase and photo is from the posting of this event last year.

They cut,they split,and they stacked,so that others can stay warm this winter

Bark up or Bark down?

Header Image

Some of the volunteers keeping a busy and buzzing away.

45. Save the Date: Annual Firewood Bee - Saturday October 17th - Norwich Community Firewood Sheds
From: David Hubbard <dwhubbard@outlook.com>
Date: Sat, 26 Sep 2020 19:15:57 +0000

Hello everyone,
Autumn is here; cool nights and early frost has brought us to the firewood burning season.
It is time to think about cutting, splitting, stacking, and delivering firewood (16-18" length) within Norwich and the surrounding community.
For those people who are unfamiliar with the Annual Firewood Bee this event was started by a former town resident who many may know - Jake Blum.
The purpose is to provide firewood for those people in need, who otherwise cannot afford or need help to keep their residence warm.
A lot of log length wood has been accumulated, to process on the landing beside the firewood sheds on Beaver Meadow Road.

We will meet the third Saturday of October - the 17th; beginning at 9:00 AM until 2:00 PM.
Location: One quarter mile beyond the entrance to Parcel #5, on the opposite side of Beaver Meadow Road.

Equipment needed:
Many willing gloved hands to handle cut to length round blocks, operate and support the splitters, load trucks and wheelbarrows and stack split firewood in the sheds.
Several firewood splitters (3-4)
Many wheelbarrows (6-8)
Chain saws with operators - in preparation bucking to length (16-18") can be done prior to this date
Pickups and dump body trucks to make local deliveries

Personal equipment:
Mask to protect yourself and others
Hearing protection
Water and food sustenance

We need to be mindful in these Covid 19 times that it will be a challenge to maintain social distance. Masks will have to be mandatory, and more thought into how we can keep everyone safe and comfortable. Family or nuclear groups can choose to work together as a unit, and if you or your group prefer to work another day, we will be happy to accommodate.

If there are any questions please call, text or email me.

Thank you for your support and all who volunteer.

David Hubbard
Cell: 802-296-1160
Email: dwhubbard@outlook.com

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