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2/10/14 - 6/30/14 in Brattleboro

Ballet with Donlin Foreman, High Intermediate/Advanced and low intermediate/Intermediate
City:Brattleboro
Place:Head Room Stages 17 Elliot Street
Price:$250
Time:4 p.m.
Contact Name:Brenda Lynn Siegel
Phone:4102273173
Email:flow_yoga_dance@yahoo.com

Low Intermediate/Intermediate, Mondays 4pm – 530pm High Intermediate/Advanced, Mondays 5pm-630pm For Donlin Foreman (former Principle dancer for Martha Graham) Ballet class has been a specific door into the house of expressive dancing and maintenance of the body. Through this ballet class we will deal with the fundamentals of: placement, rhythm, physicality, line, and cultivating performance quality. His extensive work with Alexander Technique (google it) and Pilates greatly influences his point of view. His concentration in both levels is: placement, line, rhythm, physicality, and performance quality using the ballet vocabulary and steps to become stronger more aware dancers. This class has an incredible grasp on artistry and technique while taking a unique focus on each individual dancer. This is not like any ballet class that you have experienced and greatly increases you ability both in line, focus, artistry and technique. This class does require commitment.


2/24/14 - 5/14/24 in Barnet

Mukpo Institute: Spring Semeste
City:Barnet
Place:Karme Choling 369 Patneaude Lane Barnet, Vermont 05821
Price:$3300
Phone:802-633-2384
Email:marketing@karmecholing.org

Mukpo Institute students conduct a three-month investigation into intensive meditation practice and contemplative study in beautiful rural Vermont. At its root, the curriculum presents the heart teachings and forms of Shambhala Buddhism, as presented by both Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche and the Vidyadhara, Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche. The Mukpo Institute is made up of a series of retreats that are offered over the course of the semester (Fall/Spring). The heart of the Mukpo Institute semester is a month-long mindfulness retreat called dathün. During dathün, students apply mindfulness to all activities in addition to scheduled walking and sitting meditation sessions. Meals are taken in traditional Japanese monastic style; silence or mindful speech is observed; also mind-body disciplines are practiced. Immersing oneself in the Mukpo Institute allows the space and time to delve into the age old question of what it really means to be human and alive within the context of living in a contemplative community.


3/8/14 - 4/26/14 in Putney

Winter Sunshine Series: World-class puppet shows for all ages
City:Putney
Place:Sandglass Theater
Price:$8
Time:See Schedule Below
Contact Name:Kirk Murphy
Phone:802-387-4051
Email:info@sandglasstheater.org

Sandglass Theater's Winter Sunshine Series presents world class puppetry to family audiences in and around Southern Vermont. This coming winter marks our seventh season with this fast growing family favorite. We’re happy to be welcoming back some of our favorites from previous years, as well as some exciting new performers! All shows take place on Saturday afternoons, with two showings, first at 1pm then at 3pm. Reservations are highly recommended as many shows quickly sell out! March 8 - Tanglewood Marionettes in "An Arabian Adventure" March 29 - Crabgrass Puppet Theatre in "The Pirate, The Princess and the Pea" April 26 - Sandglass Theater in "Kasper, Fritzi and Me" See website for full details! www.sandglasstheater.org


3/11/14 - 8/1/14 in Burlington

SOLE Camp Registration is Open
City:Burlington
Place:Ethan Allen Homestead
Price:150
Time:Open
Contact Name:Ashley
Email:americorps@wvpd.org

SOLE Camp pairs adventure with nature. Teaching occurs through exploration and games. Campers learn what it means to be a naturalist and how they can be conservation stewards. SOLE camp is offered for ages 9-12. Camp sessions are 5 days, Monday through Friday from 9am – 4pm. Campers will need a packed lunch, snack, and water bottle for each day, except Friday when we will have a cook out. Camp Sessions June 6/16 - 6/20 6.23 - 6/27 August 8/4 - 8/8 8/11 - 8/15 For more information or to RSVP contact Ashley at americorps@wvpd.org


4/10/14 - 5/8/14 in Barnet

Spring Dathun: A month of Meditation
City:Barnet
Place:Karme Choling 369 Patneaude Lane Barnet, Vermont 05821
Price:$1450-2235
Phone:802-633-2384
Email:marketing@karmecholing.org

Dathün (Tibetan for "month session") is a month-long group meditation retreat for those who wish to establish or deepen their meditation practice. You will be introduced to Shambhala Meditation, Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche’s new practice of connecting directly with basic goodness as the ground for meditation practice and everyday life. The basic practice of shamatha-vipashyana will be developed over the course of the dathun using the classic Four Foundations of Mindfulness, and the structure of the dathun will reflect the wisdom of the Four Dignities. For beginning as well as advanced practitioners, this program will provide a powerful experience at any age or stage of life. Deepen your meditation practice, as well as fulfill group practice requirements for the Shambhala Buddhist path. Dathün consists of individual meditation instruction, guided meditation, contemplations, and dharma talks, which develop insight and open our hearts of compassion. Each day follows a traditional schedule, with periods of sitting and walking meditation, exercises, chants, and a short work session. Functional silence is observed for most of the retreat, and meals are served Shambhala Oryoki style. Participants are encouraged to attend the entire dathun. Those who are able to attend only one or two weekthüns are very welcome to do so, but please note that first-time participants must enter at the very beginning. Those who have attended dathün previously may enter either at the beginning or at the midway point. Any exceptions must receive permission from the director. Shrine room floor accommodations are included in the dathün price for people taking the full program.


4/12/14 - 4/27/14 in Burlington

ECHO: Earth Weeks/ MudFest
City:Burlington
Place:ECHO Lake Aquarium and Science Center
Price:Free With Admission
Time:10:00am - 5:00pm
Phone:1.877.324.6386
Email:info@echovermont.org

As sure as April showers bring May flowers, spring also signals Earth Day and Mud Season. We will be celebrating in muddy fashion with our 9th annual ECHO Earth Weeks’ MudFest. For sixteen fun-filled days we will be abuzz with muddy activities and games with our ever popular mud fling every day at 2:30 p.m. Right in the middle, we’ll have a knee-slapping “Muddy Music Festival", April 19-22, showcasing acclaimed Vermont musicians, with a headliner band on Earth Day, all produced by family-friendly Re-Bop records. Free with admission. 1.877.324.6386


4/22/14 - 4/22/14 in Burlington

ECHO: Story Explorers: Mud
City:Burlington
Place:ECHO Lake Aquarium and Science Center
Price:Free With Admission
Time:10:30am-11:00am
Contact Name:Bridget Butler
Phone:1.877.324.6386
Email:bbutler@echovermont.org

In celebration of Mud Fest and Earth Day, we’ll read Mud by Mary Lyn Ray. Explore a little soil science with us & groove to a muddy tune. Free with admission. 1.877.324.6386


4/22/14 - 4/22/14 in Burlington

ECHO: Rock Collectors Camp: Curious Crystals
City:Burlington
Place:ECHO Lake Aquarium and Science Center
Price:$55 Members, $60 Non-Members
Time:8:30am-2:30pm
Contact Name:Nina Ridhibhinyo
Phone:1.802.864.1848x142
Email:camps@echovermont.org

Is Kryptonite real? Can you really turn an animal into a diamond? Come uncover the rockin’ world of geology at ECHO. Campers will learn where to find different rocks in Vermont, discover their special properties, and explore their unique uses. Ranging from fossils to flint, campers will leave each day with an awesome new rock for their home collections! For grades K - 5th. Aftercare available until 5 p.m. for an additional fee. Visit www.echovermont.org/camps or call 1-802-864-1848 x 142 for more information.


4/22/14 - 4/22/14 in Strafford

Earth Day Alien Invasion: Workshop on Invasive Species Identification & Control
City:Strafford
Place:Justin Morrill Homestead Education Center, 214 Morrill Memorial Highway, Strafford, Vermont 05072
Price:$10 adults - $5 under 14
Time:7:00-8:00pm
Contact Name:Michael Caduto
Phone:802-765-4288
Email:director@morrillhomestead.org

Plants and animals from "away' have taken hold throughout the region. When aliens invade, who ya gonna call? The Host Busters. Learn to identify invasive plants in our area, what makes them invasive & how to control them. Mary Beth Adler (Vermont Fish & Wildlife Dept.) & Marie Levesque Caduto (Vermont Agency of Nat. Res.) will train participants to identify terrestrial and aquatic plants and animals threatening ecosystems in Vermont & New Hampshire, discuss control methods & how to keep "invasives" from spreading farther.


4/22/14 - 4/22/14 in Burlington

The Human Experiment
City:Burlington
Place:Aiken 102 (University of VT campus)
Price:free
Time:7 pm
Contact Name:Sasha Adkins
Phone:802 497 0932
Email:tadkins@uvm.edu

The Human Experiment lifts the veil on the thousands of untested chemicals that are in our everyday products, and inside of us. From Oscar® winner Sean Penn, The Human Experiment takes viewers to the front lines as activists go head-to-head with the powerful and well-funded chemical industry. These activists bring to light a corrupt system that’s been hidden from consumers... until now. Free film screening followed by a panel discussion.


4/23/14 - 4/23/14 in Montpelier

Drones Film and Talk
City:Montpelier
Place:Savoy Theater 26 Main St, Montpelier, VT 05602
Price:free
Time:6pm - 7:30pm
Contact Name:Lydia Bates
Phone:802-863-2345 x6
Email:lmbates@uvm.edu

Come to Montpelier’s Savoy Theater for an evening of education and discussion centered on drones as a political and moral issue. Learn about the legal controversies that surround the use of drones internationally and domestically. The evening will begin with a presentation by Lydia Bates on the current status of drones, continue with the screening of the short film Wounds of Waziristan by journalist, Madiha Tahir and conclude with a brief discussion of what actions can be taken to spread awareness and help prevent more transgressions.


4/23/14 - 4/23/14 in Burlington

ECHO: Rock Collectors Camp: Marvelous Magnets
City:Burlington
Place:ECHO Lake Aquarium and Science Center
Price:$55 Members, $60 Non-Members
Time:8:30am-2:30pm
Contact Name:Nina Ridhibhinyo
Phone:1.802.864.1848x142
Email:camps@echovermont.org

Is Kryptonite real? Can you really turn an animal into a diamond? Come uncover the rockin’ world of geology at ECHO. Campers will learn where to find different rocks in Vermont, discover their special properties, and explore their unique uses. Ranging from fossils to flint, campers will leave each day with an awesome new rock for their home collections! For grades K - 5th. Aftercare available until 5 p.m. for an additional fee. Visit www.echovermont.org/camps or call 1-802-864-1848 x 142 for more information.


4/23/14 - 4/23/14 in Weston

Neighbors Game Night
City:Weston
Place:Inn at Weston
Price:A reservation costs $5 per person and all funds raised through reservations will be donated to a different local community organization each week.
Time:Seating at 6pm; Trivia starts at 7pm sharp!
Phone:802-824-6789

Join your friends and fellow community members every Wednesday from February to June at The Inn At Weston for Neighbors Game Nights! Enjoy our deliciously inexpensive, game-night-only pub menu full of comfort food and weekly specials. A reservation costs $5 per person and all funds raised through reservations will be donated to a different local community organization each week. All patrons are entered into a free raffle to win their dinner that night and the winning trivia team's prize is free dessert! Neighbors Game Night Trivia starts at 7pm sharp! How Neighbors Game Night Works 1. Call up your friends to form a team (max. 6 people per team) 2. Make your reservation by calling 802-824-6789. There is a 6pm or 6:30pm seating. 3. Choose a team name at Neighbors Game Night 4. Participate in trivia at 7pm 5. Trivia and Raffle winners will be announced at the conclusion of the Trivia game 6. Have fun, laugh, and play the night away! So come to The Inn At Weston, where your patronage gives back to the community!


4/24/14 - 4/24/14 in Burlington

ECHO: Rock Collectors Camp: Gorgeous Geodes
City:Burlington
Place:ECHO Lake Aquarium and Science Center
Price:$55 Members, $60 Non-Members
Time:8:30am-2:30pm
Contact Name:Nina Ridhibhinyo
Phone:1.802.864.1848x142
Email:camps@echovermont.org

Is Kryptonite real? Can you really turn an animal into a diamond? Come uncover the rockin’ world of geology at ECHO. Campers will learn where to find different rocks in Vermont, discover their special properties, and explore their unique uses. Ranging from fossils to flint, campers will leave each day with an awesome new rock for their home collections! For grades K - 5th. Aftercare available until 5 p.m. for an additional fee. Visit www.echovermont.org/camps or call 1-802-864-1848 x 142 for more information.


4/24/14 - 4/27/14 in Lyndonville

Lyndon State College Presents The Drowsy Chaperone
City:Lyndonville
Place:Alexander Twilight Theater-Lyndon State College
Price:By donation
Time:7:30pm and 2pm
Contact Name:Gianna Fregosi
Phone:802-626-3663
Email:gianna.fregosi@lsc.vsc.edu

Lyndon State College's Twilight Players present The Drowsy Chaperone. This 'musical within a comedy' is a valentine to musicals and the fans who adore them. Curtain is at 7:30pm 4/24-26 and at 2pm on 4/27.


4/25/14 - 5/4/14

5th Annual Vermont Restaurant Week
Place:At participating restaurants

Enjoy local cuisine at about 80 participating restaurants offering prix-fixe dinners for $15, $25 or $35. Ten percent of sponsorship proceeds and 100 percent of special events admissions will be donated to the Vermont Foodbank.


4/25/14 - 4/25/15 in Burlington

ECHO: Rock Collectors Camp: Awesome Arrowheads
City:Burlington
Place:ECHO Lake Aquarium and Science Center
Price:$55 Members, $60 Non-Members
Time:8:30am-2:30pm
Contact Name:Nina Ridhibhinyo
Phone:1.802.864.1848x142
Email:camps@echovermont.org

Is Kryptonite real? Can you really turn an animal into a diamond? Come uncover the rockin’ world of geology at ECHO. Campers will learn where to find different rocks in Vermont, discover their special properties, and explore their unique uses. Ranging from fossils to flint, campers will leave each day with an awesome new rock for their home collections! For grades K - 5th. Aftercare available until 5 p.m. for an additional fee. Visit www.echovermont.org/camps or call 1-802-864-1848 x 142 for more information.


4/26/14 - 4/26/14 in Burlington

ECHO: Story Explorers: Mud
City:Burlington
Place:ECHO Lake Aquarium and Science Center
Price:Free With Admission
Time:10:30am-11:00am
Contact Name:Bridget Butler
Phone:1.877.324.6386
Email:bbutler@echovermont.org

In celebration of Mud Fest and Earth Day, we’ll read Mud by Mary Lyn Ray. Explore a little soil science with us & groove to a muddy tune. Free with admission. 1.877.324.6386


4/26/14 - 4/26/14 in Brunswick

Nulhegan Pond and Bog Exploration
City:Brunswick
Place:Silvio O. Conte National Wildlife Refuge 5396 Vermont Route 105
Price:Cost: $20
Phone:802-723-6551

The Nulhegan Basin is well known as a remote landscape with an abundance of wildlife, including many rare-to-Vermont boreal species of birds, such as spruce grouse, black-backed woodpecker, and gray jays. We’ll cross in an out of the Nulhegan Basin Division of the Silvio O.Conte National Wildlife Refuge as we explore, beginning with a visit to the Refuge Visitor Station where we will get our bearings for the day. Check out the carnivorous pitcher plants and other unique bog species while exploring the boardwalks of Mollie Beattie and Moose Bog, and then enjoy a beginner-friendly paddle via canoe on the placid waters of Lewis Pond, deep in the Nulhegan. Bring a bag lunch and warm layers. Canoes, paddles, pfds and transportation included in fee. Please register by April 23.


4/26/14 - 4/26/14 in Plainfield

Discover Goddard Day
City:Plainfield
Place:Goddard College
Price:Free
Time:10:00am
Contact Name:Admissions Office
Phone:800-906-8312
Email:admissions@goddard.edu

Join us at the Goddard College campus in Plainfield to learn more about Goddard's low-residency BA, BFA, MA and MFA degree programs. Attend an information session, meet current students, program directors and faculty, tour our historic campus & gardens, and have lunch on us in our Dining Hall.


4/26/14 - 4/26/14 in Brattleboro

Spring Wildflower Walk
City:Brattleboro
Place:Bonnyvale Environmental Education Center
Price:Free
Time:1:00-3:30
Contact Name:Emily Wergin
Phone:802-257-0124
Email:emily@brattleboromuseum.org

Early spring brings a bloom of hardy wildflowers, those that take advantage of light reaching the forest floor before the trees leaf out. These flowers, including blue cohosh, hepatica, dutchman’s britches, squirrel corn, foamflower, violets, and more, are particularly abundant in rich forest sites. Brattleboro’s Bonnyvale Environmental Education Center (BEEC) has a “sweet soil” site where these flowers proliferate. BEEC naturalist Patti Smith has been observing the bloom for many years and will be your guide for this walk, offered in connection with the exhibit Flora: A Celebration of Flowers in Contemporary Art. She will lead you off trail to see a few of the more unusual plants that bloom in this special area. This walk is about 3/4 of a mile on very hilly terrain, but the pace will be leisurely.


4/26/14 - 4/26/14 in Burlington

Discover Girl Scouts in Burlington
City:Burlington
Place:University Mall, Dorsett Street, Burlington
Price:Free
Time:12:00PM
Contact Name:Anna Satir
Phone:888 474 9686 4165
Email:asatir@girlscoutsgwm.org

When you just can't wait for what you'll do next, you can do anything! At Girl Scouts, girls are always counting down to the next adventure they'll go on together. With us, you'll make a bunch of new friends and have a ton of new experiences that show you how exciting the world is, and how awesome you are, over and over again. As a volunteer, you'll introduce girls to new experiences that show them they're capable of more than they ever imagined. Whether you can give a day, a few weeks, or the whole year, it all starts with you. So what are you waiting for? Join today!


4/26/14 - 4/27/14 in Bennington

Bennington Aurora Dance Party - 10th Anniversary
City:Bennington
Place:190 North Street
Price:$15.00
Time:8:00 PM -1:00 AM
Contact Name:Michelle Hogan
Phone:802-447-3311
Email:auroradanceparty@aol.com

The AURORA DANCE PARTY is coming soon! Get ready to dance the night away. This is the Bennington Area Chamber of Commerce's 10th anniversary of our popular Aurora celebration. This year's theme is MASKS. So make one, buy one, borrow one and come for a night of fantasy and lots of fun. (Go to the Aurora Dance Party facebook page: www.facebook.com/auroradanceparty to check out the past 10 years of Bennington’s dance extravaganza.) So, Save the Date: April 26th 8 PM - 1 AM. The place is 190 North Street (Old Graphitek) Bennington, VT. where the decorating conversion to an after hours club is starting. Tickets sold in advance for $13 are available at Kevin’s Sports Pub (North Bennington), Bennington Bookstore, Evans’ News, Bennington Area Chamber of Commerce, and the Bennington Beverage Den. Tickets at the door are $15. The cash bar will be by Kevin’s Sports Pub and music by DJ RAY/C. Call 802-447-3311 for more information or e-mail us at auroradanceparty@aol.com .


4/26/14 - 4/27/14 in St. Johnsbury

Free Golf Weekend!
City:St. Johnsbury
Place:St Johnsbury Country Club, 4357 Memorial Dr.
Phone:802-748-9894

No Green Fees after noon both days!


4/27/14 - 4/27/14 in Brattleboro

Curator Tour with Mara Williams
City:Brattleboro
Place:Brattleboro Museum & Art Center
Price:Regular museum admission applies
Time:4:00pm
Phone:802-257-0124

Gain insights, ask questions, and share your impressions during a guided tour of the museum’s current exhibits with Chief Curator Mara Williams, always an engaging speaker on contemporary art.


4/27/14 - 4/27/14 in Brattleboro

Orchid Care Workshop
City:Brattleboro
Place:Brattleboro Museum & Art Center
Price:Free
Time:7pm

In connection with the exhibit Flora: A Celebration of Flowers in Contemporary Art, Sally Winchester of Windham Flowers presents a hands-on workshop about orchids and their care. She will demonstrate pruning, watering, and potting, and will provide handouts with key tips for participants.


4/27/14 - 4/27/14 in Burlington

Creating Peace by Learning to Speak a Language of Life
City:Burlington
Place:Peace & Justice Center Suite 1C 60 Lake Street Burlington Vermont 05401
Price:$90 (full and partial scholarships available, application required)
Time:9am-5pm (bring a brown bag lunch)
Contact Name:Kyle Silliman-Smith
Phone:(802)863-2345 x6
Email:kyle@pjcvt.org

Creating Peace by Learning to Speak a Language of Life A Nonviolent Communication (NVC) Seminar Lead by John F. Reuwer, MD If you wish you could find more peace within yourself, or have more energy and skills to make peace with people you love and people you don’t, this seminar is for you. The “language of life” has been used as a description of nonviolent communication, developed by Marshall Rosenberg, and adapted here by Dr. Reuwer. This highly interactive day will give you the opportunity to develop valuable skills to make life easier and more enjoyable. Areas to be covered include: Definitions of peace – what does peace mean to you? What makes human beings tick - what is alive in us that motivates us to do everything we do – an overview of NVC. Learning to experience the freedom and power that comes from seeing things as they are (before we judge how they should be): transforming “should” energy into living energy. Learning the power of feelings – what they tell us, and how we can transform even negative emotions into energy for positive change. Our beautiful needs – how they define who we are and where we want to go. Learning to make requests of yourself and others in a manner that creates the peace you want. Practicing the language of life. How to carry this into your world to make life easier and more peaceful with anyone you encounter. You will have the opportunity to practice real life situations in a safe environment if desired.


4/29/14 - 4/29/14 in South Burlington

Heroes Breakfast
City:South Burlington
Place:DoubleTree Hotel, So. Burlington
Price:$35
Time:7:30 AM
Contact Name:Haley LaBonte
Phone:802-660-9130 ext 111
Email:haley.labonte@redcross.org

The Heroes Breakfast recognizes local heroes who performed extraordinary acts to save a life or make their community a better place. Heroes will be recognized in the following eight categories: Armed Forces/Military Hero, Youth Good Samaritan, Adult Good Samaritan, Animal Hero, First Responder, Community Impact, Blood Services/Gift of Life, and Spirit of the Red Cross.


4/29/14 - 4/29/14 in Burlington

ECHO: Story Explorers: Green
City:Burlington
Place:ECHO Lake Aquarium and Science Center
Price:Free With Admission
Time:10:30am-11:00am
Contact Name:Bridget Butler
Phone:1.877.324.6386
Email:bbutler@echovermont.org

How many kinds of green are there? Vermont is known as the Green Mountain State, so let’s explore the lush green colors of where we live. We’ll read Laura Vaccaro Seeger’s book Green and play a matching game. Free with admission. 1.877.324.6386


4/30/14 - 4/30/14 in Weston

Neighbors Game Night
City:Weston
Place:Inn at Weston
Price:A reservation costs $5 per person and all funds raised through reservations will be donated to a different local community organization each week.
Time:Seating at 6pm; Trivia starts at 7pm sharp!
Phone:802-824-6789

Join your friends and fellow community members every Wednesday from February to June at The Inn At Weston for Neighbors Game Nights! Enjoy our deliciously inexpensive, game-night-only pub menu full of comfort food and weekly specials. A reservation costs $5 per person and all funds raised through reservations will be donated to a different local community organization each week. All patrons are entered into a free raffle to win their dinner that night and the winning trivia team's prize is free dessert! Neighbors Game Night Trivia starts at 7pm sharp! How Neighbors Game Night Works 1. Call up your friends to form a team (max. 6 people per team) 2. Make your reservation by calling 802-824-6789. There is a 6pm or 6:30pm seating. 3. Choose a team name at Neighbors Game Night 4. Participate in trivia at 7pm 5. Trivia and Raffle winners will be announced at the conclusion of the Trivia game 6. Have fun, laugh, and play the night away! So come to The Inn At Weston, where your patronage gives back to the community!



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