The Meeting Place

Doreen Fabiano, certified in Tai Chi, is back with two six-week sessions - one a morning assembly and another for those who work.


Tai Chi offers excellent benefits for overall health. These series are intended to improve balance and prevent falls.

BE ON THE LOOKOUT...


This program is in the process of development. Check back for more details as they become available:


Being Mortal

As a follow-up to our recently held Death Cafe, Brattleboro Hospice will sponsor a screening of this FRONTLINE documentary that explores the hopes of patients and families facing terminal illness and their relationship with the doctors who care for them.


Type your paragraph here.

MOMS, POPS & TOTS DROP-IN

  Thursdays            9:30-11am

Resumes September 7th

Regina Downer, our Community Nurse has formed a playgroup and invites Moms, Dads and their toddlers to come by for some socialization and fun!


​Call 824-4343 for more information.

TAI CHI FOR BALANCE & FALL PREVENTION

Tuesdays 9.19 - 10.24  10-11

Thursdays 9.21-10.26     6-7


The Windham County Extension Master Gardeners are back and sponsoring a Fall Gardening Series.


Tuesday          October 3rd @ 1p    SOIL BASICS

Daryle Thomas, a veteran of the Rutland Extension

Master Gardener Help Line will discuss the make-up of soil and show you how to determine your garden soil's composition.


Wednesday    October 11th @ 1p  ROCK-A-BYE GARDEN

Somara Zwick, Windham County Extension Master Gardener will talk about preparing your garden for the winter. Her community forum format encourages all to share their favorite methods.


Tuesday                October 17th @ 1p     BASIC PRUNING 

​Rick White from the Vermont Department of Forests, Parks and Recreation will discuss basic pruning techniques for ornamental trees and shrubs.




FALL GARDENING SERIES

SENIOR DROP IN

is every Wednesday from 9:30-11:00

All are invited for lively discussions, games and movies!