Easter Brunch at Consider Bardwell Farm, Sunday, March 31: Ham, Consider Bardwell Cheese, Roasted Potatoes, Muffins, Fritatta, Salad, Easter Cake, Tarts, Egg Hunt, Easter Bunny, Baby Goats to see! Music, Roy Egg Mural, 11am Rte 153 W. Pawlet at the farm. Look for the big tent. $15 adults, $5 kids, under 5 free. Supports Town Hall Project. Weather for Sunday, March 31: mostly Sunny, 55°

Holy Week at the Pawlet Community Church: Thursday, we will have a Tenebrae service at 6:30.  Sunday, March 31, Easter Sunday, we will start with a sunrise service at approx 6:30 AM in the cemetery, then have breakfast at the church.  At 9:30 we will celebrate the Easter Sunday Service.

Flea Market, Easter food sale: The West Pawlet Ladies Auxiliary of the West Pawlet Volunteer Fire Department is having a spring flea market and Easter food sale on March 30, 9 AM to 3 PM at the West Pawlet Firehouse. Easter activities for the children will happen around 12:30 to 1 PM. Lots of homemade food and Easter goodies! For more information contact Edna Winot at 645-0174.

West Pawlet Farmers Market, Fridays, 4-7 Fish & Game Club Building: Menus and goods look very tempting! Come join the fun! Find “West Pawlet Fish and Game Club Building” on Facebook.

Pawlet Energy Group monthly meeting Wednesday, April 3, 12 noon, Town Hall

Historical Society seeks help for newsletter: The Pawlett Historical Society publishes three newsletters and needs help from someone who is proficient in desktop publishing and design and layout.  Please contact Susanne Rappaport at 326-0993 or ssr@sover.net if you are interested.  Thank you! Steve Williams, Acting President, Pawlett Historical Society

Donations sought in memory of Chris and Amy Olson’s daughter Kelly Claire: Please visit www.indiegogo.com/projects/the-kelly-claire-fund to  make a donation in Kelly’s name. Money that is collected will go towards Girls on the Run scholarships and Vermont Adaptive Ski and Sports. Thanks from the Olson~Roberts Family.

Don’t forget to file your Homestead Declaration with the Vermont Department of Taxes by April 15: See http://www.tax.vermont.gov/pdf.word.excel/forms/income/FAQ%20Homestead%20Declaration.pdf

The Mettawee Community School will be participating in the I Matter…You Matter Day Family Event on March 28th from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM at the Riley Rink at Hunter Park in Manchester, VT:  The school will have a table that will display various acts of caring along with any artwork that the students create that show they care for each other. There will be music, games, pizza, beverages, popcorn, and caring coins for all the people that are present. The organization You Are Never Alone Foundation has set a goal to have one million “Acts of Caring” around the world by March 28th. To learn more about the I Matter….You Matter Acts of Caring please go the website www.YouAreNeverAloneFoundation.org

Call for spring issue of Pawlet Newsletter: Please send any material for this issue by April 5. Approximately 1,200 copies of each issue are distributed to Pawlet residents and out-of-town subscribers. News, upcoming events, announcements to: Elizabeth Gibson, egib@vermontel.net. For advertisements contact Barry  Schoenwetter, bartsky@together.net. Rates for single issue: $25 for business card size ad; $50 for double business card size ad (20% discount to advertise in 4 issues).