Category Archives: Events in the Broader Community

Climate Solutions Walk – April 5-9

Our plan is to walk from Middlebury to Montpelier, April 5 to 9, 2019. During the five days, we’ll use our collective strength, as well as our connections with each other and the land, to deepen our knowledge of the climate emergency, celebrate solutions, and discuss ways to support and sustain next steps. Click here […]

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Invitation to Destination BTV – March 22

Dear Friends, Even though it’s been cold, snowy and icy, many wonderful new Congolese families are arriving in Vermont. We  hope you will join us at our annual fundraiser at the airport on March 22nd to celebrate refugee resettlement in Vermont and help us raise much needed funds so we can continue to provide excellent service […]

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Show up for Climate Action! Attend a Public Hearing in your area – Feb. 25th

The time is now to prioritize climate action and we need you to add your voice to this fight. Monday, February 25th from 6-7pm, the Committees on Appropriations are holding six public hearings across the state to get input from citizens on the FY2020 Budget. Can we count on you to be there and stand up […]

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Job Opening at Crow’s Path (VT)

February Newsletter In this newsletter: Welcome Back! February Vacation Camps: Winter Survival (grades 5-8) Winter Thrival – Snowboard/Ski (grades 5-8) Forts & Fire Gnomes (grades K-4) Limited Space Available April Alive! Vacation Camp (grades K-5) April Alive! Apprenticeships (grades 6-8) Summer Camps – Priority Registration Closes 2/15/19 Crow’s Path is Hiring! Please Consider Making a […]

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Coding to help Lake Champlain / Water Quality web application Inbox x

Help Build A New App To Put Lake Champlain Water Information At The Fingertips of Every Burlington Citizen A free application being built by, and for, the Burlington community will let anyone get Lake Champlain water quality information quickly from a phone or other device. Your input is needed to make this app a model […]

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Rockin’ for a Reason on March 7th!

Rocking For A Reason On Thursday, March 7th, join A House on Fire and WOMEN UNITED® for a night of movin’ and groovin’ to support financial stability for women and their families in Chittenden, Franklin, and Grand Isle counties. Doors open at 6:00 PM. Reception until 7:00 PM Band & Raffle from 7:00 – 9:30 PM Food and drinks all […]

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Branch Out Burlington! announces 2019 events

We are a group of volunteers who help plant and care for the trees of Burlington. Our goal is to promote a vision of a city graced by a variety of beautiful and healthy trees, and a citizenry actively involved with the perpetual expansion and preservation of our urban forest. Branch Out Burlington! was formed […]

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Save the Date: COTS Walk – May 5, 2019

The annual COTS Walk is a 3.5-mile trek (a shorter 1-mile route is available) around downtown Burlington that starts from Battery Park and follows the path a person experiencing homelessness might travel to connect with COTS shelter and services. This is the one day of the year COTS opens our program spaces to the community […]

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Call for Workshop Proposals: Building a Better Activist Conference – March 30 @UVM

“Every moment is an organizing opportunity, every person a potential activist, every minute a chance to change the world.” Dolores Huerta The planning committee for the Building a Better Activist: Social Change Education for the Activist in You conference invites you to submit a proposal (workshop, skills-building session, performance, or presentation) for our 2019 conference. CALL FOR […]

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Winter Bike to Work Day and more bike stuff!

Now that that pesky polar vortexy thing is over…maybe its time to get some fresh air and exercise on your commute? Your chance is upon you! February actually has a bunch of bikey things going on. See below. Feb 7th – Tomorrow! is the monthly Queen City Bicycle Club group ride. The ride is a group of femme, trans, womxn, and queer folks on […]

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