King of the Court tennis sessions and the 3rd Annual Backyard Classic. Tuesday, August 27.
Burlington Free Press – The Architectural Excellence Award was established in 1986 in honor of Hertzel Pasackow, owner of the Mayfair on upper Church Street. Pasackow was a founding member of both the Burlington Business Association (BBA) and the Church Street Marketplace Commission. BBA honors annual award winners The new King Street Center, winner of the award, is double
Kids Vermont - If you see a tennis-ball-green minibus whizzing down the road, it's likely filled with Burlington kids headed out on a community adventure. The King Street Learning Bus hit the streets last month, thanks to a grant from Dealer.com and additional funds from Champlain Valley Head Start. Read the article by Kids VT here.
King Street Center is thrilled to roll out a 2016 bus that will transport its kids - as well as those who participate at partner organizations - on great community adventures. Replacing an older vehicle known as "Clifford the Red Bus," this brand-new model is made possible by a very generous grant from Dealer.com. Additional funding was secured through
Burlington Free Press - Vicky Smith fought back tears Wednesday as she welcomed everyone to the new King Street Center. "You know that expression "crying out loud?" Smith, the center's executive director, asked the crowd of nearly 500 people. "Well, I feel like crying out loud." It's been a year in the making, and Wednesday was about acknowledging a job
BURLINGTON, Vt. —This morning the King Street Center in Burlington retired its 10-year-old bus and the Head Start Pre-school class hopped on a brand new learning-mobile. See the full story
WVNY ABC 22 - After 20 long years the King Street Center in downtown Burlington is finally re-modeled after, around, a $5.5 million upgrade. They spent about a year renovating the entire building from the ground up and now they are ready to share the space with the public. Nearly everything is brand new and the final facility is 21,400
Seven Days - After a full year in temporary quarters, the kids returned quietly to King Street Center late last month — well, as quietly as children ever do. But they, along with the adults who care for them, will raise a joyful ruckus next Wednesday, February 18, when they celebrate their center's grand opening. Read story