Life in the Islands, established by the North Hero Public Library during the Summer of 2022, is an online accessible platform committed to fostering civic pride and engagement through the collection of rich, local histories in the form of audio stories and related photographs.
“By listening to the stories of our past, we can build a better future.” Louis Bickford of Memria.org
If you are interested in sharing your story, please contact Diane Bahrenburg at firstname.lastname@example.org or 802-777-7402.
Life in the Islands-Hear the Stories
–Stories are in the process of being transcribed for your reading pleasure! Stay tuned for a link to read all these great stories! We’re testing our new link. Try it here!
Cedar Cove-A Magical Place
North Hero Chose Me
North Hero In My Mind
The Beginning of My Adventures with Larry on his Sailboat
So You Want To Be A Lawyer?
The Clark Family Wool Shed Part 1
The Clark Family Wool Shed Part 2
The Horican Family History
The Champlain Islands Fiber Bees
Art & Music in the Islands-Part 1
Art & Music in the Islands-Part 2
Lake Fun in the 1950s
Alive and Interested in Everything!
The History of Island Pickleball
North Hero-A Wonderful Place to Live-Part 1
North Hero-A Wonderful Place to Live-Part 2
Stories of Bay Cottage
We Live Here!
The Ice Storm
The Ice Storm Part 2
Living Through the Lake Flood of 2011
Shivering at School
A Fishing License Caper
Bob Camp’s Transcribed Story about Hero’s Welcome here