2013-04-18 / 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.

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.
7 p.m. - Poetry Readings by Major Jackson followe by book signing and Q&A session, Kreitzberg Library Multipurpose Room, Norwich University, FREE.
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, Slippery Salamanders is the theme this week, North Branch Nature Center, 713 Elm Street,
$5 members/$8 noonmembers, 229-6206 for information.
5 - 7 p.m. - Author Event with Sen. Hinda Miller sharing observations from her book Perals of Sultana: What I Learned About Business, Politics and the Human Spirit,
Vermont Arts Council, 136 State Street.
6 - 9 p.m. - Adult CPR/AED, get the skills to respond to adult breathing and cardiac
emergencies, Fee includes all materials, $60, Montpelier High School, Room 101, 225- 8699 for information.
7 p.m. - Poetry Reading wiht Steven Cramer, author of five poetry collections and director of a creative writing program at Lesley University, a PoemCity 2013 Event, Kellogg- Hubbard Library, FREE, 223-3338 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.
Barre
1:30 p.m. - Goerge Houghton’s Civil War: Images from the Front with historian Donal Wickman, part of the Osher Lifelong Learning series, Aldrich Public Library, $5 non-members.

6 - 8:30 p.m. - Business Building Blocks Workshop, part of a 6 week series for new and prospective small business owners, Central Vermont Community Action Council, FREE, pre-register at 476-8493.
6 p.m. - Undergraduate Hitory Research Forum, students from across the state share recent research on topics in Vermont history, public welcome, Vermont History Center, 60 Washington Street, FREE.

THURSDAY APRIL 18

Northfield
6:30 p.m. - Home Energy Challenge Meeting, come with questions and ideas about weatherization, Community Room, Brown Public Library.
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
6 p.m. - Dinner to honor Lt. Gov. Phil Scott hosted by Washington County Republicans with portion of proceeds to Wheels for Warmth, Montpelier Elks Club,
$35/$60 a couple, social hour at 6 p.m., dinner at 7 p.m., RSVP 371-7080.
6 - 7:45 p.m. - In Our Children’s Climate with Amy Butler of the North Branch Nature Center discussing the educatoin of children outdoors, a Transition Town Montpelier Event, Kellogg-Hubbard Library, FREE.
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
Randolph
3 p.m. - GED Testing, writing at 3 p.m., math at 3:30 p.m., take only one, social studies, science and reading at 5:30 p.m., take any two, Randolph Learning Center, 12 S. Main Street, pre-register at 728-4492.
Randolph Center
11:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. - Red
Cross Blood Drive, all
are encouraged to
donate, Vermont
Technical College, 1-
800-RED-CROSS for
information.
Waterbury
7 p.m. - Fly Tying

Workshop with Bill and
John, for teens and
adults, materials provided, bring a vise if you
can, Waterbury Public
Library, FREE, must
pre-register at 244-
7036.

FRIDAY APRIL 19

Northfield
Noon - Midnight - Open
House at the American
Legion, food from the
grill available from 5 to
7 p.m.
Noon - Robert Plumb,
“Your Brother in Arms:
Civil War Letters of
George McCelland,”
155th PA Infantry,
Sullivan Museum &
History Center, Norwich
University, FREE, 485-
2183 for information.
Montpelier.
7 a.m. - Bike Ride with
Legislators hosted by
Vermont Bicycle &
Pedestrian Coalition in
honor of Earth Day,
gather in front of the
Statehouse for a round
trip ride to Red hen
Bakery in Middlesex.
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.
6 p.m. - Re-Arranged Art
Re-Opening,The Nature
of Things by Thea Alvin
and six other artists,
Goddard Gallery, 54
Main Street, refreshments and cash bar.
7 p.m. - Apollo Bridge Club
at Bethany Church, all
bridge players welcome,
223-3922 for information. 8 p.m.- Laugh Local VT
Comedy Showcase, a
wild mix of four
Burlington and four
Central Vermont
comics, shaken and
NOT stirred, American
Legion, 21 Main Street,
$8, 793-3884 for information. Stowe
6 - 9:30 p.m. - Auditions
for The Pirates of
Penzance, Stowe
Theater Guild production set for September
25 - October 12, Town
Hall Theater, 67 Main
Street, sign up
amena.smith@gmcr.com
or go to
stowetheater.com.

SATURDAY APRIL 20

Northfield
1 p.m. - Texas Hold’em
Tournament, American
Legion, $50 buy-in
through Friday, April
19/$75 buy-in day of
tournament, registration at Noon, games
start promptly at 1
p.m., 485-6713 for
information.
Berlin
11:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. -
Red Cross Blood Drive,
Berlin Mall, all are
encouraged to donate,
1-800-RED-CROSS 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. 11 a.m. - Summit Songs
with Summit School for
a showcase of poems set
to music, submit your
poems to director@summitschool.org, a
PoemCity 2013 event,
Kellogg-Hubbard
Library, 223-3338 for
information.
3 p.m. - Poetry Therapy
Workshop, join poet and
teacher Mary Rose
Dougherty to explore
how poetry can help us
realign ourselves when
we are thrown by life, a
PoemCity 2013 event,
Kellogg-Hubbard
Library, must pre-register at KHL or call 223-
3338.
7 p.m. - Masquerade &
Costume Party hosted
by Team Ella-Vators to
benefit ACS Relay for

Life, ages 18 and up,
costumes optional,
Montperlier Elks Club,
$10 suggested donation, doors open at 7
p.m., party from 8 p.m.
to Midnight.
Barre
7:30 p.m. - Northern Third
Musical Collaborations
Chamber Concert featuring violinist Sofia
Hirsch, cellist John
Dunlop, pianist Alison
Cerruti and violinist
Elizabeth Reid, Barre
Opera House, $15/$5
under 18, 476-8188 for
tickets and information.
8 p.m. - Stand Up Comedy
Show with comedians
Carmen Lagala, Ben
Orbison, Autumn
Spencer, Nancy Shultz,
Mike Thomas, rated PG-
15, benefits Project
Independence adult day
service, Project
Independence, 81 N.
Main Street, $12
advance/$16 at the
door, www.pibarre.org
for tickets and information. Randolph
9 p.m. - John Lackard
Blues Band, The
Railside Taveern,
Merchants Row, no
cover, 728-9182 for
information.
Stowe
10 a.m. - 2 p.m. -
Auditions for The
Pirates of Penzance,
Stowe Theater Guild
production set for
September 25 - October
12, Town Hall Theater,
67 Main Street, sign up
amena.smith@gmcr.com
or go to
stowetheater.com.

SUNDAY APRIL 21

Plainfield
7 p.m. - Do the Math Tour,
a documentary film followed by discussion
with leaders in the climate change movement,
Community Center
Media Room, Goddard
College, 123 Pitkin Rd.

MONDAY APRIL 22

Northfield
7 p.m. - Selectboard
Meeting, Community
Room, Brown Public
Library.
Montpelier
9:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. - All
Day Three Day Camp
for children K - 3, Three
Day April Vacation
Workshop, Day One:
Earth Day in Action,
North Branch Nature
Center, 713 Elm Street,
3 days for $100 members/$ 110 non-members, 229-6206 for
information.
Plainfield
3:30 p.m. - Tipping Point,
film viewing and discussion of the impacts of
Canadian tar sands and
what a native community is doing about it,
Community Center
Media Room, Goddard
College, 123 Pitkin Rd.
7:30 p.m. - Kristen Iversen
reading and Q&A, reading from her new book,
Full Body Burden,
Haybarn Theater,
Goddard College.

TUESDAY APRIL 23 Northfield

7 p.m. - Village Trustees
Meeting, Community
Room, Brown Public
Library.
Williamstown
7 p.m. - World Book Night,
handing out copies of
‘My Antonia’ by Willa
Cather while supply
lasts, Ainsworth Public
Library, for more information 433-5887,
ainsworthpl@yahoo.com
Montpelier
19:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. - All
Day Three Day Camp
for children K - 3, Three
Day April Vacation
Workshop, Day Two:
Jumpin Start on Spring,
amphibians, North
Branch Nature Center,
713 Elm Street, 3 days
for $100 members/$ 110 non-members, 229-6206 for
information.
7 p.m. - Janet Sylvester &
Wendy Call poetry reading, a PoemCity 2013
event, hosted by
Goddard College
Faculty, FREE,
Goddard College
Gallery, 54 Main Street.
Plainfield
7:30 p.m. - Keynote by
artist John Sims,
Rhythm of Structue:
Journey of a Math
Artist, Haybarn Theater,
Goddard College.

WEDNESDAY APRIL 24

Northfield 9:30 - 11 a.m. - Playgroup,

United Church of
Northfield, 262-
3292x113 for information. Montpelier
19:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. -
All Day Three Day
Camp for children K - 3,
Three Day April
Vacation Workshop,
Day Three: Wandering
Wildlife, birds and
mammals, North
Branch Nature Center,
713 Elm Street, 3 days
for $100 members/$ 110 non-members, 229-6206 for
information.
7 p.m. - Woodcock Watch,
listen and watch for
courtship flight of
American Woodcocks, a
sandpiper that nests
along the North Branch
and we could be serenaded by a Wilson’s
Snipe as we are sure to
hear Spring Peepers,
North Branch Nature
Center, 713 Elm Street,
$5 members/$8 nonmembers. Barre
1 - 4 p.m. - Kids ages 6

through 12 can sign up
for School Vacation
Days at the Vermont
History Center in Barre.
They can enjoy the
Vermont Heritage
Galleries and participate in games, crafts,
and a snack inspired by
topics featured at the
History Center. The
program runs from
1:00 to 4:00 pm.

Saturday, April 27 -
American Legion Auxiliary
& Sons of the American
Legion are holding their
annual Spring Fling
Dinner/Raffle at the
American Legion in
Northfield. Roast Pork dinner at 6 p.m. Tickets are
$50, which includes dinner
for 2, and a raffle ticket.
Everybody wins a prize, and
the grand prize is $1,000.
We can use your help selling tickets and gathering
donations of prizes. Call
485-6713 for tickets and
information.

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