Vermont Wedding Country

Whether you are dreaming of a winter wonderland in Vermont, romantic fall foliage, spring or green/eco wedding, Riverside Farm in Vermont can assist you and to plan an elegant Vermont country wedding, one that you and your guests will always remember. Specializing in the destination Vermont weddings, our Vermont wedding estate hosts elegant and unique barn weddings, outdoor weddings, rehearsal dinners, ceremonies and receptions. Imagine your Vermont wedding of a life time as a three-day celebration, which would include a delicious rehearsal dinner, a beautiful outdoor ceremony, a magnificent reception and a farewell Sunday brunch, each utilizing a different location on the property. You may select a tented event on the fabulous landscaped grounds or an event in one of the property's stunning barns while allowing for every modern convenience.

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By Joseph Ax, NorthJersey.com Anthony Verley was sworn in as the town’s newest fire chief this week, the first time this diverse town has named a black man to the post. “When you make a milestone like that, it’s after the sacrifices of many before you,” Verley said Wednesday. “I appreciate that there are many […]
SOURCE: Associated Press (Ohio.com) Ohio Gov. Ted Strickland picked the woman who ran at his side in his failed re-election bid as the next justice of the Ohio Supreme Court. Yvette McGee Brown will be the first black woman to serve on the state’s highest court and the third black justice in Ohio history. She […]
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By Kemba Dunham, Boston Globe As a child, Ryan Rasmus dreamed of being a doctor. Now, the 22-year-old is a first-year student at Tufts University School of Medicine in Boston. “There is a great responsibility that comes with this education,’’ said Rasmus, an African-American who is originally from Houston. ’’It will enable me to impact […]
SOURCE Appalachian State University U.S. Surgeon General Dr. Regina Benjamin will deliver the commencement address Dec. 12 at Appalachian State University. She will speak on “The Surgeon General’s Vision for a Healthy and Fit Nation.” Benjamin will address graduates of the College of Arts and Science, Reich College of Education and University College at 10 […]
SOURCE: Associated Press The public can now listen to stories of segregation, community life and other issues important to Springfield’s African-American community simply by logging onto a computer. The Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum has put the oral histories online through a partnership with the Springfield African American History Foundation. State historian Tom Schwartz […]
By Farrell Evans, Golf.com The history of African-American golf has some notable milestones. In 1961, the fall of the PGA’s caucasian-only clause gave men like Charlie Sifford and Pete Brown a chance to play on the PGA Tour. In 1975, Lee Elder became the first African-American to play in the Masters. (Four years later, he […]
SOURCE: Vanderbilt University Long-neglected love letters between a domestic servant husband and his teacher wife have provided an important part of a new book that tracks how middle class African American marriages evolved in the early and mid 20th century. Stormy Weather: Middle-Class African American Marriages between the World Wars, published by The University of […]
By Andy Moore, Black Web 2.0 According to a recent study done by the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, students who attend Historically Black Colleges and Universities are more likely to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). On Monday, The Commission released its annual briefing report  on The Educational Effectiveness of Historically […]
By Dan Savage, Orlando Magic The Orlando Magic always make an extra effort to increase their immense number of off-the-court endeavors around the holiday season. This year is no different. Prior to heading on his team’s west coast trip, the Magic’s Brandon Bass paid a visit to pediatric patients at Florida Hospital for Children to […]
SOURCE: ABC Radio Signing a law that he says closes a “long and unfortunate chapter” in the nation’s history, President Obama put his signature on the bill Wednesday to settle African-American farmers’ and Native Americans’ lawsuits against the federal government. “This is one of those issues where you don’t always get political credit, but it’s […]