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Chester Townscapes Walking Tour Brochure of Chester

Chester Townscapes Walking Tour Brochure of Chester

posted Thursday, September 3, 2015

Chester Townscape's new self-guided walking-tour brochure is attracting the interest of visitors from far and near to Chester. Here Madeleine and Bob Boslet of Callawassie Island, SC, who are visiting friends in town, review architectural details featured at the Emery Bolles house, one of the historic buildings described in the brochure entitled "Take A Walk Along Main Street in Historic Chester Village."

The brochure, published by Chester Townscape, describes 16 buildings important in Chester history and central to the Main Street Village Green area.

Copies of the tour, first distributed earlier this summer, have been enthusiastically received, and the brochure is already in its second printing. A great resource to attract visitors and entertain guests, it is available free at local stores, restaurants, and inns. Requests for additional map copies may be made by contacting Nancy Chute at nchute@earthlink.net or 802-875-8971.

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Saturday, June 23
Grand Re-Opening of the Bellows Falls Fish Ladder and Visitor Center
Join The Nature Museum and master diver Annette Spaulding, who has been diving in the Connecticut River for over 30 years, for the grand re-opening of the Bellows Falls Fish Ladder and Visitor Center on Saturday, June 23! From 10am to 4pm, Annette will be sharing stories and showing artifacts she has found on her dives.
Saturday, June 23
Vermont Invasive Patroller Workshop
Fletcher Memorial Library
88 Main St., Ludlow, VT
(Park in back; library opens at 10 AM)
Afternoon VIP Paddle
Echo Lake, Camp Plymouth State Park
10am-2pm
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