Linde's Pick of the Week

There's so much going on in the Upper Valley Area, why not simplify your plans with our top pick for the upcoming week? 

Lots of fun and for a good cause!

The Great Rubber Ducky Race in Norwich!

Saturday, May 9th  11-12:30, Free to Watch, $5 to Join In

To be held at Huntley Meadow & Blood Brook

This Saturday the Norwich Public Library will be holding it's annual Great Rubber Ducky Race, proceeds to benefit the library and library programs.  Although short, the race is a lot of fun with the chance to win $50 for first place!  There will be more prizes too for the other fast duckys!  Along with the race crafts and games will be held under the pavillion.  If you want to race a ducky be sure to check in early at Huntley Meadow the morning of the race (or at the library desk itself up to the day before).  Cash or check only please, sorry, no cards can be accepted.  It is $5 a ducky or six ducky's for $25.  This is event is hosted and sponsored by the Friends of the Norwich Public Library. For more information go HERE.


If you're not ready to go home after the ducky race has run, check out the the Old South Cemetery Tour in Windsor, VT  and get your dose of quaint New England nostalgia. Hosted by the Windsor Historical Society in honor of the 250 Year Anniversary of the founding of the Old South Church, it's a great chance to hear some of the local and interesting history of this area. The tour is free and runs from 1 pm for an hour.  

Old South Cemetery Tour, 146 Main St, Windsor, VT

Free, 1-2 pm

For more information contact:

Kathryn Prevo

Old South Church