The Brookfield Old Town Hall Market Day on Sunday, Aug. 21 has expanded to include even more activities and fun for all ages, beginning at 1 p.m. At the newly-renovated Hippo Park, “sculptor Jim Sardonis and hippo-lovers from throughout central Vermont gather at 5 p.m. to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the hippo statue that graces the bank of the pond, next to the Floating Bridge.” (For the complete Herald of Randolph Market Day article click HERE.)
Sunday, August 221st
Starts at noon
In the Park next to Bridge
Please come and support the Repair to the Bridge.
Read the latest The Herald of Randolph article about the Brookfield Historical Society’s Civil War exhibit. (Click HERE to view the article by Sandy Vondrasek)
Neil Goodwin, author of “We Go As Captives,” the first in-depth book about the Royalton Raid in 1780, the last Indian raid to occur in New England, will speak about his book Tuesday, Aug. 16 at 7 p.m. at Brookfield’s Old Town Hall in Pond Village near the Floating Bridge. (For the complete The Herald of Randolph article click HERE)