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Oral history recollections by a 17th generation Vermonter, the son of a former governor, and himself a life-long public servant.
Tom Davis was a political activist, public speaker, storyteller, author, and statesman. Also known as “Tom Terrific,” he was widely admired for his quick wit, humor, humility, kindness, wisdom, and generosity.
UPDATE: The Bakery Window has extended its hours it is now open on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday from 12:30 to 6:00 pm
How can bread be both fresh and historic? If you buy it directly from the "Rise Up Bakery" window at the historic Union Cooperative Store bakery building—now restored as a modern wood fired bakery.
You can now purchase bread right from the wood fired oven.
Saturday, December 15, 2018 from 4:00 to 9:00 pm
The Barre Historical Society announces the grand reopening of the Bakery building, exactly 105 years to the day from its first opening.
The restored Bakery building is now ready to bake. The sewer has been connected and the heating and electricity, and all the other amenities have now been installed to complement the wood-fired oven. The Bakery is already to make the baked goods from start to finish—all right on the premises. Let the festivities begin!
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Barre Historical Society and Vermont Labor History Society Board Member, Tom Davis, died unexpectedly on February 16 at age 85. His was a life well lived to the very last. His contributions to the people of Vermont cannot be overstated.
Pictures of the event are available for viewing and purchase. One set consists of pictures of the Hoffs and guests. The other set includes pictures of the guests. Photographer Terry Allen has kindly made these pictures available for purchase for the benefit of the Old Labor Hall. There is also another set of pictures taken …
The Barre Historical Society and Vermont Labor History Society honor Phill and Joan Hoff at the Old Labor Hall.