Blog :: 02-2020

February School Vacation - To Dos!

Outdoor Activities

Check out the Vermont Outdoor Guide Association website - http://www.voga.org/ 

The “Activities/Tours” column provides information and links to Dog sledding, horse drawn sleigh rides, ice skating, skiing, snowshoeing and snowmobiling.

Another great website for info on ski area offerings and current snow conditions is https://skivermont.com/

For local sledding spots, we find https://www.findandgoseek.net/category/sledding is a good website.

 

Indoor Activities

Get Air Trampoline Park - https://getairsports.com/williston/

Gonzo HD Sports - https://www.gonzoshdsports.com/about-us/

Green Mountain Training Center - https:www.greenmountaintrainingcenter.com/

metroROCK Vermont - https://www.metrorock.com/burlington

Petra Cliffs - https://www.petracliffs.com/

Spare Time Entertainment - http://www.sparetimeentertainment.com/colchester/

 

For The Arts Check Out

Flynn Center - https://www.flynncenter.org/

Burlington City Arts - https://www.burlingtoncityarts.org/

Radiate Art Space - https://www.radiateartspace.org/

Davis Studio - https://davisstudiovt.com/

And Local Libraries

 

Museums

Billings Farm & Museum - https://billingsfarm.org/

ECHO - https://www.echovermont.org/

Fleming Museum - https://www.uvm.edu/fleming

Montshire Museum - https://www.montshire.org/

Shelburne Farms - https://shelburnefarms.org/

VT Ski& Snowboard Museum - https://www.vtssm.org/

 

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    Create Your Own Valentine

    How to Create Your Own Cute and Clever Valentine

     

    1. Start with your valentine wish or theme.  If you need help with a valentine wish, click HERE to go to a link to 150 Valentines Day Sayings. 

    2. Purchase an item related to your valentine saying.  Depending on the item, attach it to a card or maybe fill a bag or jar.

    3. Decorate with saying, to and from, and any other decorations of choice like stickers, ribbon, washi tape, etc. or use one of the free pintables found with the 150 Valentines Day Sayings on www.creatingreallyawesomefunthings.com.

     

    Sincerely, 

                                                         The Marcelino Team                                                       

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      Winter Storm SAFETY!

      Forecast Says Potential for 10”-20” of Snow Thur/Fri

      Remember to clear around your FURNACE VENTS, drains and fire hydrants when clearing your drive and walkways. 

      Also, please follow these safety tips!

      National Safety Council recommends the following tips to shovel safely:

      * Do not shovel after eating or while smoking

      * Take it slow and stretch out before you begin

      * Shovel only fresh, powdery snow; it's lighter

      * Push the snow rather than lifting it

      * If you do lift it, use a small shovel or only partially fill the shovel

      * Lift with your legs, not your back

      * Do not work to the point of exhaustion

      Don't pick up that shovel without a doctor's permission if you have a history of heart disease. If you feel tightness in the chest or dizziness,

      stop immediately. A clear driveway is not worth your life.

      Snow Blower Safety

      Be safe with these tips from the American Society for Surgery of the Hand and the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons:

      * If the blower jams, turn it off

      * Keep your hands away from the moving parts

      * Do not drink alcohol and use the snow blower

      * Be aware of the carbon monoxide risk of running a snow blower in an enclosed space

      * Refuel your snow blower when it is off,   never when it is running

       

      Find additional Winter Safety Tips here - National Safety Council

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        Thanks to Phil, the Spring Market is coming early!

        Punxsutawney Phil didn’t see his shadow, So the Spring Market is right around the corner.

         

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          Make Your Own Pillow Covers

          Changing Out Pillow Covers Was One Item Mentioned to Give Your Home a Fresh New Look & Feel for 2020

          So wanted to share these free directions to create slip on pillow covers.

           

          Free Directions to Sew Envelope Pillow Covers

          By Debbie Colgrove  |   Updated 11/20/19   |   thesprucecrafts.com

           

          These step-by-step directions are designed to save you the expense of new pillows. The envelope design of these pillow covers makes them

          removable slipcovers for your throw pillows. Always preshrink your fabric so that your finished pillow covers stay the same size after washing.

           Materials needed

          Fabric needed for standard sizes

          12-inch pillow: Fabric 12x28 inches

          14-inch pillow: Fabric 14x32 inches

          16-inch pillow: Fabric 16x36 inches

          18-inch pillow: Fabric 18x40 inches

          Thread

          Sewing machine

          Measuring tools

          Note: The cutting directions do not add a seam allowance so that the finished pillow cover is a little smaller than the form and creates a "plump" pillow with no space.

          ***NOTE - Great way to use clothing that you no longer wear or make a special cover out of a loved ones past clothing.

           

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