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We want to acknowledge that there is a degree of uncertainty regarding what is safe and unsafe right now. As you know restaurants, retail and other businesses are beginning to open. The weather is finally nice enough to spend more time outside. Vermont has fortunately maintained low numbers of confirmed COVID cases.
Local photographer Matthew Lerman will be exhibiting his Painting Nature with Photography from June 25th to August 17th in a private, resident-only exhibit at Equinox Village. Matthew's photography attempts to portray a bit of the natural beauty in our environment --...
Shine up that chrome and go for a drive! Car enthusiasts are invited to our non-stop Cruise-By on Wednesday, June 10th from 4 to 5 p.m. All years, all makes and models are invited to join in and Cruise-By at 49 Maple Street, Manchester Center, Vermont. No...
We want to do everything we can to prevent residents from acquiring this disease and to keep it from spreading throughout the building. It is for that reason that at this point, we feel it is in the best interest of all residents to not start loosening our guidelines yet. If this disease enters our building, with a resident or staff person becoming ill, we may need instead to add precautions and restrictions, so please bear with us for a few more weeks to be safe.
Even though businesses are opening up in May and restrictions are being loosened, this virus has not gone away. It is still here and it is still hitting neighboring states, some very hard. Please do not think that we are in the clear and it is safe to come and go as we had back in February.
Terry Teitelbaum’s paintings and pastels reflect the beauty of the natural world and its constant changes. Terry’s expertise in color, form and texture developed during her former career in the fashion industry. Following her long passion for creating with color, she found the excitement of applying bold colors in paint.
An update from Kirt Sampson on COVID-19 as of April 24, 2020 regarding wearing masks in public and Governor Scott’s guidance as of 4/24/20.
An update from Kirt Sampson on COVID-19 as of April 18, 2020 regarding wearing masks in public and Governor Scott’s guidance as of 4/17/20.
An update from Kirt Sampson on COVID-19 as of April 11, 2020 regarding wearing masks in public and Governor Scott’s May 15 guidance.
Wishing our residents and their families a happy, healthy and blessed Passover.