Category Archives: Events in the Broader Community

Feverish World

I am writing to share the press release for FEVERISH WORLD 2018-2068: Arts and Sciences of Collective Survival. It will be an interdisciplinary convergence and symposium for people engaged in the arts, sciences, humanities and activism to help prepare us to adapt and even thrive over these next 50 years of climate change. All events will be free of charge. […]

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The VPR – Vermont PBS Debates Start Wednesday

VPR and Vermont PBS are collaborating this year to bring you a series of debates ahead of the 2018 general election. The following debates will air on both VPR and Vermont PBS, and will be available after broadcast in the Vermont Edition podcast feed: Wednesday, Oct. 10 — Lieutenant Governor Don Turner Jr. (Republican) David Zuckerman (Progressive/Democrat) Airs […]

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350VT Annual Convergence, Sunday Nov. 11th!

Join Us Donate Events Every November, the 350VT community comes together from across the state to celebrate achievements, learn from each other, and build the climate justice movement together. Yes, it’s almost time for us to converge again! Here are the details for this year: When? Sunday November 11th from 11am – 7pm Where? Burlington, VT Who? […]

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October Digest: Survey about Drop-Off Center hours

OCTOBER 2018 The change to fall signals many things. Raking leaves. Apple picking! Raking leaves. Halloween candy! Raking leaves. Last chance for a maple creemee! Raking…well, you get it. For some of our staff, autumn is the signal that the Rover — our mobile collection unit for household chemicals & paint — is winding down. […]

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News and Events from the Peace & Justice Center

 Chocolate for kids made by child slaves? Please avoid it! Click here for quarterly Peace & Justice Newsletter. In This Issue Upcoming PJC Events A Well for Kunsi Keya Tamakoce. Voices from Palestine From the Blog: Fair Trade and Racism Chocolate Made by Child Slaves? Community Calendar Action Highlight: Say “naw” to Kavanaugh PJC Educational Programs […]

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VT Interfaith Power & Light newsletter – October 2018

Green Mountains, Blue Water Earth Care News October 2018 In this newsletter: Register Now for VTIPL’s Conference! Congregations Invited to be Sponsors of VTIPL’s Conference A Home Energy Forum in Manchester “Solar Baroque” Benefit Concert – October 28 Weatherize Program Kick Off in Jericho on Nov. 8 Ecology Monks in Thailand Seek to End Environmental Suffering […]

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Shelburne Farms’ News & Events

About • Our Work • Calendar • Support • Blog • Visit • Stay & Dine • Gather • Farm Store What a day! Our 40th annual Harvest Festival brought the community together around food, harvest, farm animals, traditional crafts, stories, and music. We’ve captured the day in photos here. We’re especially grateful to our volunteers and everyone who participates to make the Harvest Festival possible every year. Photo by Courtney Ley. Welcome, Robin! After […]

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City Market upcoming events & classes

Pennywise Pantry Wednesday, October 3, 2018 – 6:00pm to 7:00pm City Market, Downtown Store (map) With this interactive and hands-on tour, participants will learn how to shop for affordable, fresh, long-lasting, and nutritious foods at City Market. We will begin by exploring the Produce and Bulk departments, learning a simple method for finding the best […]

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Burlington Water Quality Town Hall Meeting – Sept. 27

Dear Neighbors- Last week, we announced the Clean Water Resiliency Plan: a seven-point, $30 million initiative to stabilize, modernize, and upgrade Burlington’s wastewater and stormwater infrastructure. Due to aggressive cost-mitigation measures, when borrowing is fully phased in, average single-families will see an approximately $5.36 increase in their monthly water bills. The City has been working toward […]

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Early Voting in VT has begun + VT gubernatorial debate dates

Saturday 9/22/18 marked the official opening date for early and absentee voting in Vermont for the November 6th election. With the elections just around the corner, AARP wants to make sure you are informed on the issues that matter most to you. With that said, please find below a list of upcoming events for both […]

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