Come hang out with us in the bar, dining room, or on the deck and enjoy good food, and great company in a comfortable space. Play a board game, we've got tons of choices, or bring your own. Anyone wanting to start a card game or weekly meeting for poker, euchre, setback, pitch, or tuc game is also welcome! Or just enjoy the atmosphere. Casual menu and drink specials each week.
Looking for practical methods and techniques to overcome obstacles to creativity? In this course we will write from prompts and discuss ways to leap and go deep on the page whether you write poetry, nonfiction, memoir or fiction. Together we’ll examine the kinds of blocks all of us encounter in our work, and we will explore ways to leap over them using exercises to develop action, depth, perspective, lyricism, and voice to renew our awareness and confidence as a writer. No writing experience necessary! Free. Laurie McMillan, writer, M.Ed, Therapeutic Writing Specialist has lead workshops in several states for over 20 years focusing on the power of creativity and community in her writing classes.
Have you been touched by cancer? Then join the Central VT community in the fight against cancer, while raising funds to support the American Cancer Society's efforts in cancer research, free patient lodging and patient transportation to and from treatment. This family-friendly 12-hour event is a celebration of all of the fundraising efforts done prior to the event and to celebrate those touched by cancer. THIS YEAR'S THEME IS: WISH UPON A CURE- A DISNEY INSPIRED EVENT Register team OR join an already-established one: www.relayforlife.org/centralvt It is our hope that at least (1) team member is on the track at a time, hence the "relay" aspect of the event. No one is obligated to stay the entire 12 hours, but highly encouraged. It is being held on the track at the Montpelier High School from Friday June 22- Saturday June 23. Gates open at 2 P.M. and registration begins at 4 P.M. Opening Ceremony will begin at 6:30 P.M. IMPORTANT INFO FOR ALL SURVIVORS & CAREGIVERS: You are encouraged to be on-site for the traditional survivor and caregiver lap which be held approximately at 6:50 P.M. The Survivor/Caregiver reception will be inside in the MHS caferteria from 5pm-6pm prior to the opening ceremony. More info to come. For more information about the event, free to contact the American Cancer Society Staff partner, Erin Regan at email@example.com
Come join us for a fun filled night of trivia presented by Top Hat Entertainment! Trivia is free and starts at 6:00 p.m. There will be food and beverages available for purchase. Space is limited please call or e-mail to reserve your team spot!
"People say it's one of the best one day dirt road bike tour routes in Vermont, the scenery is unbroken." Choose from 15, 30 and 60 mile routes. Short route is family friendly and gradual. The long route is demanding, with 6000 feet of elevation gain. Well marked courses, four food stops, bike patrol on duty, full cookout at end of ride. Kids and teens ride free (so bring a crowd.) $60 registration from adults is a donation to the Cross Vermont Trail - working to connect neighborhoods, schools and parks with safe, fun bike paths. Also, maple creemees.