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Basin Harbor Club - On Lake Champlain, Vermont
Vergennes, VT - Open from mid-May to mid-October, the 700 acres of Basin Harbor encompass a complete vacation experience. For 122 years and through 4 generations, the Beach family has provided sanctuary from a hectic world. Experience wholesome family fun, romance, and recreational sports for every conceivable type.
Basin Harbor - On Lake Champlain, Vermont
Vergennes, VT - There is no other place like Basin Harbor for a celebration, whether you are just beginning your life together or gathering generations together for a family reunion. After all, families have been marking their special occasions with us since 1886. The stunning panoramic views of Lake Champlain and the natural beauty of our gardens supply the perfect setting.
Common Ground Center - Celebrating Families in all their Diversity
Starksboro, VT - Common Ground Center offers unique family camp programs, creating lasting relationships while engaging in life-long learning and community building. It's a place where families of different economic & cultural backgrounds have the opportunity to become part of a shared community, connecting & learning from one another. A place where stereotypes & prejudices are dissolved and where individual and family wellness is nurtured.

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Vermont Events in July

Rose Umerlik - The Human Experience 7/18/19 - 8/31/19

Rose Umerlik’s work is abstract with a focus on form and line. Working in graphite and oil on panel, she explores the complexity of what it is to be human by mirroring that complexity in the interaction and layering of forms and lines in her work. Umerlik has received a grant from the New Hampshire State Council on the Arts to participate in the Takt Kunstprojektraum Residency in Berlin, Germany; a fellowship to participate in the Sam and Adele Golden Foundation Residency. She received her Bachelor of Fine Arts from Syracuse University’s College of Visual and Performing arts. Her work has been reviewed in Art New England and Artscope. She has also published two books, Intimacy of Forms and Histories. Umerlik lives in Jeffersonville, where she maintains a full-time studio practice. The exhibition is on view at the gallery’s 221 Main St. location in Vergennes, Vermont from July 18th through August 31st with an opening reception on July 26th from 5-8pm.

Native American Elders Gathering 7/26/19 - 7/28/19

This Year’s Theme: We Can All Trace Our Roots the Stars.Stars https://sunray.org/programs/elders-gathering/ Hosted by Ven. Dhyani Ywahoo, Cherokee and Drikung Kgayu lineage, Native Elders from Zuni, Micmaq, Mohawk, and more. It is time we open the conversation and acknowledge that our dance upon the Mother Earth is an extraordinary exploration that began in outer space. It’s not the ‘woo woo’ drama of alien beings. This year the elders and presenters will speak about the elements through which all forms arise and how they began in outer space. Deep inner peace is understood when we recognize ourselves as multi-universal beings. We have relationships with multiverses. To think that what is done on Mother Earth is just an Earth impact is just an illusion. Whatever occurs resonates through the field and touches everyone in an instant. In an instant we can decide to be loving, compassionate beings. In an instant we can recall the power of our minds to manifest peace. This multicultural celebration is where people of many nations come together to pray, share and study ways that contribute to positive transformation in the world.

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