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If you’re seeking warmth today, head to Tunbridge Central School


Don’t be like this guy.

Tunbridge Central School Principal Scott Farnsworth announced on Friday night that he will have the school open today from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. to provide shelter, warmth, and battery power to anyone in need during today’s deadly cold weather.

Visitors will be able to “warm up, charges phones and the like,” according to an email announcing the decision.

Please also remember that animals and pets are particularly vulnerable to the weather. Check out some tips for keeping them safe and warm here.

Jumpin’ for joy

Say cheese

Nelson Haley, a harness racer from Shrewsbury, #VT, puts harnesses on Famous Oscar, a #Standardbred, before a race on Thursday at the Tunbridge World's Fair in #TunbridgeVT. Harness racing is an example of what sets the Tunbridge World’s Fair apart from other regional attractions, said Robert Gearwar, whose son was participating. “You know, a lot of fairs don’t have racing anymore. They’ve gone out,” Gearwar said. “I don’t think there’s as many people (who) have the resources anymore.” ➡️ More photos and story at www.vnews.com. Direct link in profile. ⬅️ (Valley News – Charles Hatcher @chaz_e) #uppervalley #upval #vnewsuv #photojournalism #tunbridgefair #vermont #802 #fair #fairground #race #racing #horserace #harness #smile #? #??

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#tbt, Tunbridge Fair style