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Cities & Towns of the Lake Champlain Valley Region
Vermont Events in September
ECHO: Rock Collectors Camp: Awesome Arrowheads 4/25/14 - 4/25/15
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.
South End Art Hop 9/5/14 - 9/7/14
The South End Arts & Business Association (SEABA) is proud to present the 22nd Annual South End Art Hop happening September 5-7! Last year over 30,000 visitors were able to experience and enjoy an array of exhibits from over 500 participating artists throughout Burlington's South End. Join us in celebrating Vermont's largest Art Festival. Visit http://seaba.com/art-hop/ soon for all the sites, artists, sculpture, events and more! Hop this Way to the South End, September 5-7, 2014
Citizen’s 5K trail run and Kid’s 1-mile race 9/6/14 - 9/6/14
Before the start of the state-wide High School Cross Country meet in Essex, VT there is a 5K Citizen’s race run on the same trail the students use to compete. There is also a Kid’s 1-mile race kicking off at 8:30. All children up to the age of 10 are welcome to participate. Prizes will be awarded for both races. This is the race’s inaugural kick-off at The Tree Farm - come help us celebrate its introduction.
Indigenous Peoples Movies 9/6/14 - 9/6/14
ECHO teamed up with Vermont ethnographer Ned Castle and award-winning Vermont filmmaker Matt Day to create the four films in our Native American series. Each originally produced film focuses on a specific topic including basket making, drumming, language, and fellowship.
Conversation with Sister Lucy Kurien, Founder of Maher Ashram 9/6/14 - 9/6/14
Join us for tea and conversation with Sister Lucy Kurien. Sister Lucy is the founder of Maher Ashram in Pune, India which is one of the Peace & Justice Store's vendors. Found out more about the story and impact behind their products! Maher's primary purpose is to provide shelter and care to women in crisis. Maher also has children's homes, homes for women with mental disabilities, homes for elderly women and a home for men who cannot care for themselves due to physical or mental disability. In addition to its shelters Maher conducts extensive community outreach work focused on women's rights, education, microloan co-ops, and environmental sustainability. Sister Lucy, a catholic nun from Kerala, India, founded Maher in 1997. Maher has grown from a single safe home for battered women to a large NGO housing over 1,000 people and serving hundreds of communities. Sister Lucy us a leading humanitarian activist who has much to teach about eradicating poverty using grassroots techniques. For more about Maher, visit their website here: http://www.maherashram.org/content/maher-glance
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