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Cities & Towns of the Southern Vermont Region
Vermont Events in April
Ballet with Donlin Foreman, High Intermediate/Advanced and low intermediate/Intermediate 2/10/14 - 6/30/14
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.
Winter Sunshine Series: World-class puppet shows for all ages 3/8/14 - 4/26/14
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
Discover Girl Scouts in Brattleboro 4/19/14 - 4/19/14
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!
Neighbors Game Night 4/23/14 - 4/23/14
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!
Spring Wildflower Walk 4/26/14 - 4/26/14
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.
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