2013-04-11 / Calendar

COMMUNITY CALENDAR

ART EXHIBITS AROUND THE AREA

Northfield
Through December 20 -
Third installment of
Sesquicentennial commemoration of the Civil
War, “Norwich
University & The Civil
Way: Toward a Higher
Moral Purpose,”
Sullivan Museum &
History Center at
Norwich University
behind the library, open
weekdays.
Through June - Useful and
Elegant
Accomplishments,
Sullivan Museum.
Montpelier
Through April 26 -
Animals are Figures
Too, mixed media,
Kellogg-Hubbard
Library.
Through April 30 -
Underwater, oil paintings by Micki Colbeck,
Vermont Supreme
Court.
Through May 11 - The
Nature of Things,
Goddard Gallery, 54
Main Street, 7 artists
installation including
Thea Alvin, Khara
Ledonne, Forrest White,
Stone & Wood, Robyn
Alvin: Photography,
322-1685 for information. Randolph
Through May 29 - Jan
Rogers of Williamstown
displays her “X-pressions” graphite, pastel
and colored pencil
drawings, Gifford
Medical Center, art
gallery, 44 S. Main St.,
Randolph, 728-2324 for
information.
Stowe
Through April 14 - Source,
an exhibit of exquisite
fine furniture by
Vermont craftspeople,
Helen Day Art Center,
Main Gallery.

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10

Northfield
9:30 - 11 a.m. - Playgroup,
United Church of
Northfield, 262-
3292x113 for information. Noon - Vermont Civil War
Songboo with Linda
Radtke in period costume performing songs
popular in Vermont
during the Civil War,
Norwich University,
Sullivan Museum
Rotunda, FREE.
5:45 p.m. - Doors open for
Bingo at the Masonic
Temple on South Main
Street, beginning jackpot is $500.
Williamstown
10 a.m. - Bill and His
Critters, join Bill for a
story and craft,
Ainsworth Public
Library.
Berlin
4 - 8 p.m. - Wine Down
Wednesday, $4 glass of
wine, Fresh Track
Farms, Route 12.
Montpelier
10 - 11:30 a.m. -
Prescchool Discovery
Program for ages 3 - 5,
Feathers Flying is the
theme this week, North
Branch Nature Center,
713 Elm Street, 229-
6206 for information.
6 - 8 p.m. - CPR
Recertification/Adult &
Pediatric, must have
current unexpired card
for this course, fee
includes all materials,
Montpelier High School,
Room 101, $40, 225-
8699 to register and for
information.
7 p.m. - Community
Cinema Film Series:
The Island President
about President
Mohamed Nasheed’s
efforts to protect citizens of the Maldives
from sea level rise,
Kellogg-Hubbard
Library, FREE.
Barre
1 - 3 p.m. - History for
Homeschoolers:
Preserving Vermont’s
History for ages 6 - 12,
Vermont History Center,
$5 per child/$4 for VHS
members or families
with 3 or more participating children, 828-
1413 for information.
1:30 p.m. - Mother and
Daughter: Lindbergh
Family Memoirs with
writier Reeve Lindbergh,
part of the Osher
Lifelong Learning series,
Aldrich Public Library,
$5 for non members.

6 - 8:30 p.m. - Business
Building Blocks
Workshop, part of a six
week series for new and
prospective small business owners, Central
Vermont Community
Action Council, FREE,
pre-register at 476-
8493.
9 p.m. - Open Mike with
John Lackard, Green
Mountain Tavern, 10
Keith Ave.,no cover,
522-3482 for information.

THURSDAY APRIL 11

Northfield
1 - 3 p.m. - Panel
Discussion as part of
the 18th Annual Writers
Symposium at Norwich
University,, theme this
year is ‘Coming Home:
The Hopes, Fears and
Challenges of Veterans
Returning from War,’
Plumley Armory, FREE.
7 p.m. - Oklahoma,
Northfield Middle/High
School production in
the Auditorium, $7,
485-4500 for information. Berlin
5:15 - 6:30 p.m. - Yoga and
Wine with Lori Flower
from Sattva Yoga, all
levels invited to participate, bring you own
mat, $8, wine bar open
after yoga class, Fresh
Tracks Farm, Route 12.
Montpelier
9:30 - 11 a.m. - Play
Group, St. Augustine’s
Church, Lower Level.
10 a.m. - 4 p.m. - Trinity
Community Thrift
Store, 137 Main Street,
donations accepted,
229-9155 for information. 2 - 5 p.m. - Green
Mountain Care Board
Meeting, Vermont
Program for Quality in
Health Care Annual
Report with Catherine
Fulton, continued discussion on health care
expenditure targets,
Department of Financial
Regulation, 3rd Floor
Conference Room, 89
Main Street.
4:30 - 6:30 p.m. - Pacem
School Open House,
indpendent school for 7
- 12th grade as well as
coursework and support for homeschoolers,
Pacem School, 223-
1010 for information.
6 - 7:30 p.m. - Dad’s and
Kids Playgroup, Family
Center of Washington
County.
6 p.m. - 5 week Aikido
Course to cultivate
energy, harmony and
well-being, 1 Grantie
Street, 343-5880 for
information.
7 p.m. - Poetry Reading
with Tony Magistrate,
the UVM professor will
read from his new collection ‘Entanglements’
and more, a Poem City
2013 program, Kellogg
Hubbard Library,
FREE, 223-3338 for
information.
Barre
10 a.m. - Speak Out ofr
Understanding with
Maureen Charron Shea,
Washington County
Retired Teachers
Association, Aldrich
Public Library, Milne
Room, lunch at Noon,
RSVP if you are staying
for lunch to 479-4300.
1 - 3 p.m. - History for
Homeschoolers:
Preserving Vermont’s
History for ages 6 - 12,
Vermont History Center,
$5 per child/$4 for VHS
members or families
with 3 or more participating children, 828-
1413 for information.
3 p.m. - GED Testing,
social studies, science
and reading at 3 p.m.,
take any two, writing at
5:30 p.m., math at 6
p.ma., take only one,
Barre Learning Center,
46 Washington Street,
pre-register at 476-
4588.
Randolph
6 - 7 p.m. - Medicare:
Ready or Not with Scott
McKee of Acadia
Benefits speaking on
Medicare, its parts, eligibility and resources,
Gifford Conference
Center, FREE, pre-register at 728-2248.

FRIDAY, APRIL 12

Northfield Noon - Midnight - Open

House at the American
Legion, food from the
grill available from 5 to
7 p.m.
7 p.m. - Oklahoma,
Northfield Middle/High
School production in
the Auditorium, $7,
485-4500 for information. Berlin
6 - 9 p.m. - New American
White Wine Release, live
music with Big Hat, No
Cattle, Free taste of the
new wine, Fresh Track
Farms, Route 12.
Montpelier.
7 - 8:30 a.m. - Spring
Migration Walks, find
hot spots for spring
migrating birds, North
Branch Nature Center,
713 Elm Street, $10
non- members/ members free, 229-6206 for
information.
10 a.m. - 4 p.m. - Trinity
Community Thrift
Store, 137 Main Street,
donations accepted,
229-9155 for information. Noon - Poetry Brown Bag
Lunch, share your
favorite poems in a
small group setting with
other local poets, A
Poem City 2013 program, Kellogg Hubbard
Library, 223-3338 for
information.
7 p.m. - Apollo Bridge Club
at Bethany Church, all
bridge players welcome,
223-3922 for information.

SATURDAY, APRIL 13

Northfield
9 a.m. - 2 p.m. - Indoor
Rummage Sale with
proceeds benefiting
Youth Mission to New
Jersey to help cleanup
from Hurricane Sandy,
New Life Community
Church, 29 East Street,
485-4500 for information. 7 p.m. - Oklahoma,
Northfield Middle/High
School production in
the Auditorium, $7,
485-4500 for information. Berlin
9:30 a.m. - 26th Annual
Scholastic Chess
Championships, Berlin
Elementary School, all
Vermont students in
grades K through 12 are
eligible to compete, all
abilities welcome, US
Chess Federation sponsored, register at 9:30
a.m., games start at 10
a.m., 223-1948 or at
vtchess.info for information. Montpelier
9:30 - 11 a.m. - Dad’s and
Kids Playgroup, Family
Center of Washington
County.
10 a.m. - 4 p.m. - Trinity
Community Thrift
Store, 137 Main Street,
donations accepted,
229-9155 for information. 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. - Winter
Farmers Market, produce, meats, cheeses,
baked goods, prepared
foods, crafts, Decorate
eggs, enjoy Sugar on
Snow, Vermont College
of Fine Arts Gym.
Barre
7 p.m. - 7th Annual
Kaleidoscope of Talent
show featuring 20 acts
to benefit United Way,
Spaudling High School
Auditorium, tickets at
the door or call 229-
9532.
Randolph
9 p.m. - John Lackard
Blues Band, The
Railside Taveern,
Merchants Row, no
cover, 728-9182 for
information.
Waterbury
9 - 11 a.m. - Charm
Bracelet Workshop, create your own charm
bracelet with Sue
Premore for teens and
adults, chain and
charms provided, feel
free to bring extra materials, Waterbury Public
Library, FREE.
10 a.m. - 2 p.m. -
Waterbury Farmers
Market, Thatcher Brook
School, Stowe Street.

SUNDAY APRIL 14

Montpelier
9:30 a.m. - Second Sunday
Concert with Carolyn’s
Angel Band, a hospice
choir, public welcome,
Bethany United
Church, FREE, breakfast

available at 9 a.m.
for $5.
Call for time - Walk with
the Green Mountain
Club, moderate 7.5 mile
road walk with views,
bring lunch and water,
dress for mud and
weather, meet at
Montpelier High School,
call 223-3550 for meeting time.
Barre
Call for time -Family Walk
with GMC Youth
Adventurer’s Club for
families with young
children, easy to moderate walk, pass or trail
fee required, 223-8403
for time and place as
well as details.
1 & 4 p.m. - Vermont
Symphony Youth
Concert, nearly 100
young musicians from
throughout Vermont
and New Hampshire will
play in the two end-ofsemester concerts,
Barre Opera House,
Advance prices: $15 for
adults, $10 for children
under 18. At the door:
$18 for adults, $12 for
children, Call 476-8188
for tickets and information. Waterbury
2 p.m. - The Allen Brothers
original Vermont developers with Vince
Feeney, part of the
Friends of Waterbury
Library’s Spring Tea
Event, public welcome,
refreshments provided,
American Legion Post
No. 59, FREE.

MONDAY APRIL 15

Northfield
7 p.m. - Planning
Commission, Municipal
Building.
Montpelier
10 - 11:30 a.m. -
Prescchool Discovery
Program for ages 3 - 5,
Feathers Flying is the
theme this week, North
Branch Nature Center,
713 Elm Street, 229-
6206 for information.

TUESDAY APRIL 16

Northfield
4:30 – 5:30 p.m. - CSI
Concepts and Illicit
Drug Manufacturing,
Investigator Robert B.
Appleton '92, New York
State Police, Dole
Auditorium, Norwich
University, part of 6th
Annual CSI
Symposium.
5:40 – 7 p.m. - Forensic
Interview and
Interrogation, Dr.
Richard Ovens, Dole
Auditorium, Norwich
University, part of 6th
Annual CSI
Symposium.

WEDNESDAY APRIL 17

Northfield
9 - 9:50 a.m. -
Accreditation and
Quality Initiatives in the
Forensic Science
Laboratory, Cathryn L.
Levine, Supervisor -
Forensic Science
Program, New York
State Division of
Criminal Justice
Services, Dole
Auditorium, Norwich
University, part of 6th
Annual CSI
Symposium.
9:30 - 11 a.m. - Playgroup,
United Church of
Northfield, 262-
3292x113 for information. 10-10:50 a.m. - Forensic
Odontology, Dr. Lowell
J. Levine, DDS, New
York State Police,
Medicolegal
Investigation Unit, Dole
Auditorium, Norwich
University, part of 6th
Annual CSI
Symposium.
11-11:50 a.m. - Cyber
Crimes, Ken Bell, M'13,
Rhode Island State
Police (ret.), Raytheon
Company,Dole
Auditorium, Norwich
University, part of 6th
Annual CSI
Symposium.
1 – 1:50 p.m. - Document
and Media Exploitation
(DOMEX), Charles F.
Nettleship IV,'85, M'03,
Raytheon
Company,Dole
Auditorium, Norwich
University, part of 6th
Annual CSI
Symposium.
2 - 2:50 p.m. - FBI

Investigations, Special
Agent Gary E. Hoover,
Jr. '92, Federal Bureau
of Investigation, Dole
Auditorium, Norwich
University, part of 6th
Annual CSI
Symposium.
5:45 p.m. - Doors open for
Bingo at the Masonic
Temple on South Main
Street, beginning jackpot is $500.
Williamstown
10 a.m. - Bill and His
Critters, join Bill for a
story and craft,
Ainsworth Public
Library.
Berlin
4 - 8 p.m. - Wine Down
Wednesday, $4 glass of
wine, Fresh Track
Farms, Route 12.
6 - 7:45 p.m. - Man to Man
Prostate Cancer Support
Group Meeting, Central
Vermont Medical Center,
Conference Room #2, Dr.
Scott D. Perrapato,
Urologist and Urologic
Oncologist, Fletcher
Allen Health Care
speaking on Prostate
Cancer and Minimally
Invasive Surgery and
Procedures.
Montpelier
10 - 11:30 a.m. -
Prescchool Discovery
Program for ages 3 - 5,
Feathers Flying is the

theme this week, North
Branch Nature Center,
713 Elm Street, 229-
6206 for information.
7 - 8 p.m. - Foresters for
the Birds, Audubon VT
and VT Department of
Forests join to create a
network of foresters
who can make a difference for birds while
protecting the health of
our forests, North
Branch Nature Center,
713 Elm Street, FREE,
229-6206 for information.

THURSDAY, APRIL 18

Berlin
5:15 - 6:30 p.m. - Yoga
and Wine with Lori
Flower from Sattva
Yoga, all levels invited
to participate, bring you
own mat, $8, wine bar
open after yoga class,
Fresh Tracks Farm,
Route 12.
East Montpelier
6:30 - 8 p.m. - Take a walk
through Waldorf education on a guided tour
describing the core cirriculum and showcasing student work, registration recommended,
call 456-7400 or e-mail
morgan@ovws.org

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