Pastor Keith Shorey and his wife Veronica can be reached at 732-4568.
Burlington Bible Church
Located at the four corners in Burlington
Services: Sunday’s at 10:45 a.m.,
Sunday School at 9:30 a.m. and Wednesday Prayer Service at 6 p.m.
LaBelle-Perkins VFW Post #1605
Who We Are
While carrying the label as a veterans organization, our commitment is to better the local communities through annual scholarships, and general aid to those less fortunate. To accomplish these goals, we depend on the support we receive from the kind citizens of our local area. Our post home is located on the Richardson Road in Burlington and is available for private functions at reasonable rates. BINGO is held every Tuesday at 6:00 p.m. During the winter months join us on Saturdays for cribbage. Up coming events and activities will be posted here and on our Facebook page. The VFW Post #1605 also has an active Ladies Auxiliary.
For more information or to join the Auxiliary contact the VFW at 732-3568.
Back Country Snowmobilers
We're having fun in the snow
Our Mission is to grow and have fun with all of our community.
We are a great club and we have tons of fun riding all of our groomed trails or on the weekends stopping at the club house for lunch, coffee, or soda.
We are constantly working to groom the trails and make sure they are ready for local snowmobilers to enjoy.
We can’t wait to see you out on the trails!
The Back Country Snowmobilers meets at 7:00 p.m. on the first and third Thursday of each month (November through April) at the clubhouse in Burlington. All are welcome!!
Burlington 4-H Club
The Burlington 4-H Club was founded in 2005 and has been growing strong ever since. Area youth from several neighboring towns are part of the group which currently averages around 20 in attendance.
The club meets in Enfield at the Amadamast Grange during the school year and then concentrate its attention on community service here in Burlington with the maintenance of the 4-H barn and all of the grounds around the Tavern and historical buildings.
The July 4th Celebration here in Burlington is a main focus for the club and many of the family oriented activities are sponsored by the 4-H. If you would like further information on the Burlington 4-H club please contact Sheila Wakefield at 732-4702.
Burlington Historical Society
Who We Are
The museum includes five buildings along Burlington’s Main Road, including the tavern and the Willing Worker’s “Comfort Lodge.” In addition to the antique furniture, appliances and items of daily work and living there are many old photographs, scrapbooks, newspaper clipping and town reports available to browse or study.
The museum is open on the 4th of July following the pancake breakfast, and Sundays from 2 to 4 PM after the 4th of July through Labor Day. Volunteers from the historical society open the buildings and remain on hand to welcome visitors. There is no cost of admission.
The historical society is entirely funded by donations, fundraisers and membership dues. Stewart M. Lord Memorial Historical Society. Facebook and website links below.