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VERMONT- Vermont Humanities announced its participation in a nationwide initiative about civics that will bring digital civics events to Vermont. A series of online discussions hosted by Meg Mott, former professor of constitutional law and political theory at Marlboro College, will begin on...
BRATTLEBORO-  The Windham Solid Waste Management District has adopted its updated Solid Waste Implementation Plan. The SWIP outlines how the district will meet the Vermont solid waste and recycling goals over the next five years for its 18 member towns (Brattleboro, Brookline, Dover, Dummerston,...

Local Vermont resident shows off Everyone Eats meals.
WINDHAM COUNTY-  In the dwindling days of 2020 with CARES Act funding coming to an end, scores of inquiries were placed to community organizers: Is Everyone Eats ending? When will it come back online? The partners of Vermont Everyone Eats are thrilled to announce that this valuable program came...
BRATTLEBORO- On Thursday, January 21, at 7 pm, Northeast Woodland Training will be offering a webinar on sharpening a chainsaw chain. John Adler will explain the mechanics of how a saw chain works. The goals of this webinar will be: understanding the five different parts of a cutter tooth and how...

Example of a mini upcycled ice shanty. - Ross Smart
BRATTLEBORO- The Brattleboro Museum & Art Center presents “Mini Upcycled Ice Shanties,” an online workshop with Ross Smart on January 23 and 30 at 10 am.
Children will use repurposed and recycled materials to build their own miniature ice shanties. The workshop is recommended for ages...

A screenshot of sing-along participants.
BRATTLEBORO- The Brattleboro Concert Choir and music director Jonathan Harvey invite all to join them for the next series of Stay-At-Home Sing-Alongs and virtual performances of inspiring choral works.
From February through April, singers are invited to attend monthly Sunday Stay-At-Home...
VERMONT- The Children’s Literacy Foundation has been offering virtual author visits for kids and adults during the pandemic when its regular in-person programming is on hiatus. Every Wednesday at 1 pm it offers storytelling and workshops for kids and families, highlighting works by Vermont and...

WWAC invites the public to talk to five panelists on the subject of Intersectionality of Gender-Based Violence.
WINDHAM COUNTY- How do patterns of social injustice, marginalization, discrimination, and cultural bias shape gender-based violence? How have these dynamics shifted in the context of the pandemic?
Join the Windham World Affairs Council on Sunday, January 17, from 4 to 5:30 pm, for a...
VERMONT- Nearly 38% of adults in the United States battled a substance abuse problem at some point in the 2020 year. That’s over three times the amount that have been exposed to the COVID-19 virus. Be safe and keep an eye out for loved ones who might be caught in the grip of addiction. If anyone...
VERMONT- Friends of Recovery Vermont is now accepting applications for the upcoming Family Coaching Specialty Training. This two-day Family Coaching Specialty Training program is designed for recovery coaches who want to learn more about the role that recovery coaches play in supporting family...

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