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The southwestern corner of Vermont, known as The Shires of Vermont, is defined by the Taconic Mountains on the west and the Green Mountains on the east. This region has the distinction of having two ... more info
 
 
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Speak Sooner: ask questions now, live the answers
Bennington, VT - Founded in 2006, the CCM's mission is to educate patients, families and healthcare professionals about the key role of communication in improving healthcare delivery. Illness does not just impact one person. Discover the new interactive Difficult Conversations Toolkit and learn how patients and families can partner with doctors in making decisions about care and secure the supports they need - sooner rather than later.
Hampton Inn & Suites by Hilton Manchester
Manchester, VT - Choose from 97 standard rooms and studio suites right in the heart of Manchester. Walk to local shops, designer outlets, and restaurants. Close to Stratton and Bromley for recreation.
The Elf Express - A Family Adventure in the Green Mountains of Southern Vermont
Manchester, VT - The Elf Express™ is a charity event sponsored by the Manchester Lions Club. Enjoy this whimsical one-hour holiday train ride through the Green Mountains of Southern Vermont, with holiday song & dance routines performed by the theater & dance program of Burr and Burton Academy. Passengers will also enjoy refreshments served on decorated trains, and guest appearance of Santa & Mrs Claus. December 21 and 22, 2019.
Bromley - Vermont's Sun Mountain
Peru, VT -Looking for a great family summer adventure? Visit Bromley, Vermont’s Mountain Adventure Park, home to countless rides and attractions including the legendary Triple Track Alpine Slide, the Big Splash Waterslide, The Giant Swing, Mini Golf and more. Plus, don’t miss the forested, five-acre, 60-element Aerial Adventure Park rated best treetop play by the Boston Globe or the Woods and Meadows, 18-hole Disc Golf Course.
The Phone Company, a Division of Mountain Telecom Inc., is a leading supplier of integrated solutions for voice, data and video networking.
Manchester, VT - The Phone Company is a leading supplier of integrated solutions for voice, data and video networking. We focus on designing a system that meets the client's present needs while allowing for an incremental expansion at affordable prices in the future. We have established accounts with companies and organizations ranging from light industry to schools and professional offices to hotels. The Phone Company is a "customer first, service first" organization.
Komen Vermont MORE THAN PINK Walk - Manchester, VT
Komen Vermont MORE THAN PINK Walk - Manchester, VT Join or donate today to help reduce breast cancer deaths in in the US by 50% by 2026. The walk is no longer a timed event, with the goals to raise funds for research and support. Learn about the four pillars: research, care, community, and action. Walk begins 9:15am on July 20th at Riley Rink at Hunter Park
RE/MAX Four Seasons
Manchester Center, VT - Our dedicated agents at RE/MAX Four Seasons provide a full range of professional services to buyers and sellers of real estate in the local market. We combine local expertise with the global brand recognition of RE/MAX to provide exceptional service to our customers and clients.
The Equinox Golf Resort & Spa
Manchester, VT - Located in the heart of Vermont’s beautiful Green Mountains, The Equinox is the perfect home base for outdoor explorations. We’re surrounded by stunning natural landscapes and unique experiences you won’t find anywhere else, with plenty of opportunity to just relax and take it all in.
 
 

Cities & Towns of the Manchester-Bennington Region


East Arlington
East Dorset
Manchester Center
Manchester Village
North Bennington
North Pownal
South Dorset
South Shaftsbury
West Arlington
West Rupert


Vermont Events in January


Advanced Photography – Virtual Photography Studio 1/5/22 - 2/23/22

INSTRUCTOR: THOM WILLIAMS Ages: 16+ This is a free-form advanced photography class. Every time this is offered it is different, but every time it will push you into areas of photography you may never have considered exploring. The goal of this course is to keep you growing; it can be taken multiple times by students who desire a group learning and critique environment. January Classes: Seeing and Shaping Light (Tues. 1/4, 1/11, 1/18, 1/25 @ 4 p.m.) Introduction to Lightroom (Tues. 1/4, 1/11, 1/18, 1/25 @ 6 p.m.) Advanced Photography (Wed. 1/5, 1/12, 1/19, 1/26, 2/2, 2/9, 2/16, 2/23 @ 4 p.m.) Beginner 1 Photography (Wed. 1/5, 1/12, 1/19, 1/26 @ 6 p.m.) Still Life (Thurs. 1/6, 1/13, 1/20, 1/27 @ 4 p.m.)


Still Life – Virtual Photography Studio 1/6/22 - 1/27/22

INSTRUCTOR: THOM WILLIAMS Ages: 16+ This class will explore still life photography, including discussion of product photography. Students will have the experience of shooting both. We will discuss professional equipment as well as tips, techniques and tricks to help you create wonderful images from what you have to work with. There will be demos to help students see the topics discussed in a real-world context. January Classes: Seeing and Shaping Light (Tues. 1/4, 1/11, 1/18, 1/25 @ 4 p.m.) Introduction to Lightroom (Tues. 1/4, 1/11, 1/18, 1/25 @ 6 p.m.) Advanced Photography (Wed. 1/5, 1/12, 1/19, 1/26, 2/2, 2/9, 2/16, 2/23 @ 4 p.m.) Beginner 1 Photography (Wed. 1/5, 1/12, 1/19, 1/26 @ 6 p.m.) Still Life (Thurs. 1/6, 1/13, 1/20, 1/27 @ 4 p.m.)


Botanical Drawing Fundamentals, Online With Corry Buckwalter 1/11/22 - 2/15/22

INSTRUCTOR: CORRY BUCKWALTER TUESDAY, JANUARY 11 – TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 2022 (SIX TUESDAYS) 6 – 8 P.M. SVAC Member: $105; Non-member: $130 Six Tuesday evenings via Zoom. Come brighten these winter evenings by awakening plants in your artwork! Participants will learn observational drawing skills in graphite pencil to create lively botanical illustrations of leaves, plants, flowers, bulbs, funghi, fruits and more. Study botanical details to create accurate, expressive and graceful drawings. Each session includes a brief lecture on historical references and basic botany, step-by-step demonstrations of several illustration techniques, ample time for drawing to learn direct observation skills, as well as instructor feedback on individual work. Exercises taught in class will develop participants’ control of line, shading, texture and composition. (Builds skills useful for any kind of drawing; suggested before taking Botanical Drawing in Colored Pencil, offered spring 2022.) Limited scholarships are available. Contact Erin Kaufman at ekaufman@svac.org or 802-367-1306. Botanical Drawing Supplies: Botanical Drawing Fundamentals Supplies List -Pad of smooth drawing paper, i.e. Bristol Smooth, 9” x 12”, 15-25 sheets, such as Canson brand, or another. -Pad of hot press drawing paper, at least 250 grams, 9” x 12” or several sheets for final project (if available). -Inexpensive sketchpad, 9” x 12” -12-inch roll of white trace paper, or 9” x 12” pad of tracing paper. -4H, 2H, H, HB, B, 2B, and 5B graphite pencils. -A 0.3 mechanical pencil with H lead for details. -Kneaded and plastic erasers. -Pencil sharpener. -Pencil brush for sweeping off eraser debris from your drawing. -Ruler, clear plastic is best, but use what is available. -Embossing stylus, such as Fiskar or Kemper brand. -Inexpensive magnifying glass. -Removable painter’s or artist’s tape. -Optional: 2 mm clutch pencil with H lead and a sharpener.


Smooth Flow Yoga With Alexandra Langstaff 1/18/22 - 2/22/22

INSTRUCTOR: ALEXANDRA LANGSTAFF Join us for Smooth Flow yoga every Tuesday morning for six weeks. Alexandra Langstaff will guide the class as we move in ways that promote balance, flexibility and strength, and help us develop ways to quiet down our chattering minds. Vaccination required. *If dropping in, class fees should be paid directly to Alexandra. Vaccination required for attendance. Alexandra is a RYT 500 whose lighthearted, sensitive and compassionate teaching style has benefited students of all abilities and age ranges for decades. Her favorite thing is coming up with ways to make people say, “Ahhhhhh!”


Rich Lumber of Manchester and Wanakena, New York 1/27/22 - 1/27/22

Green Mountain Academy for Lifelong Learning (GMALL) is excited to partner with the Manchester Historical Society to present this talk about the Rich Lumber Company. In 1912, the Rich Lumber Company moved its operations from Wanakena, New York to Manchester, Vermont, to harvest the 12,000+ acres of woodlands of the Lye Brook wilderness and beyond. The company employed over 300 people, many of them Italian, Swedish, and French-Canadian immigrants. To house its employees, the company built a neighborhood along what is now Richville Road and Cass Terrace. Some of the employees rode the 16 miles of standard-gauge rail up into the mountains where they would live and work over the next several years. When the mill burned in 1919, the company did not rebuild, but a number of the workers stayed in Manchester, and the echoes of this endeavor still ring in the valley and mountains today. MHS curator Shawn Harrington and board member Bill Badger will be joined by special guest Robert Waibel to explore this chapter in Manchester’s history. Registration is $18 per person in advance. For more information or to register, please call 802-867-0111 or visit our website at greenmtnacademy.org.


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