Hiking Club 2016

2016-10-24T14:59:43-04:00

Summer traditions at King Street run strong. For the sixth year in a row, Janet Bellavance (an Edmunds Elementary School teacher) comes to King Street and takes a determined group of fourth and fifth graders on a series of hikes. This year our students are tackling Mt. Philo, Mt. Elmore, Snake Mountain, and then finally across the lake to Coon Mountain. Kadar, one

Hiking Club 20162016-10-24T14:59:43-04:00

King Street Skates!

2016-10-24T14:59:43-04:00

Friends for A_Dog Teach King Street kids to Skateboard! The kids of King Street had a very special opportunity this past month. Soon on the heels of the Burlington Skatepark dedication in the memory of Andy "A-Dog" Williams, Friends for A_Dog hosted their first ever skateboarding camp - and invited King Street Center youth to participate. King Street kids, from

King Street Skates!2016-10-24T14:59:43-04:00

Vermont Life captures the best of King Street Center summertime

2016-10-24T14:59:43-04:00

Photographer Daria Bishop of Vermont Life presents the most gorgeous of slide shows depicting summer life at King Street Center from 2015. Enjoy it here... Tim Johnson's full Vermont Life article can be found here...    

Vermont Life captures the best of King Street Center summertime2016-10-24T14:59:43-04:00

Bluebird BBQ wraps up successful One Love Campaign

2016-10-24T14:59:43-04:00

Sue Bette and her team at Bluebird BBQ hosted its 2nd annual One Love Campaign to raise funds for King Street's Kids on the Ball program. In addition to a traditional Community Night (10% of proceeds to benefit our programs) customers were invited to purchase a tennis ball to add to the "Wall of Fame" in the restaurant.  

Bluebird BBQ wraps up successful One Love Campaign2016-10-24T14:59:43-04:00
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