THE AMERICAN MARTEN IS SUBJECT OF LECTURE FROM THE VERMONT FISH AND WILDLIFE DEPARTMENT

Monday              December 11th             11am


Martens, with long slender bodies, pointed faces, small prominent ears, short legs and furry tails are roughly the size of their more aquatic relative, the mink. They are on the state's endangered species list with a recovery plan adopted in 1990 at the outset of their re-introduction effort. 


Katy Crumley, Fish and Wildlife Specialist with The Vermont  Fish and Wildlife Department will discuss the history of the re-introduction effort, the Department's attempt to evaluate its success and the monitoring activities to date. The work she is doing will help the Department better understand Vermont's marten population and implement conservation measures to ensure the future of this important species.


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OPEN HOUSE AFTER TREE LIGHTING.

                              December 8th


Susie Wyman and the Londonderry Rotary are sponsoring the Londonderry Tree Lighting at 5:30pm on December 8th. There will be caroling by The Nordic Harmonii and an appearance by Santa.


All are invited afterwards to an Open House at Neighborhood Connections for home-made cookies and hot chocolate.



DOCUMENTARY TO SCREEN DECEMBER 15th


Doreen Fabiano and Carlene Lindgren, local advocates for important issues facing our world, will screen SEED: The Untold Story at 6:30pm on Friday, December 15th.


Few things on earth are as vital and miraculous as seeds. But 94% of our seed varieties have disappeared as biotech chemical companies control the majority of seeds. Farmers, scientists, lawyers and indigenous seed keepers are fighting to defend the future of our food. In a harrowing and heartening story,  SEED tells the story of these heroes as they rekindle a lost connection to our most treasured resource.



SENIOR DROP IN

is every Wednesday from

9:30-11:00

All are invited for lively

discussions, games and movies!


The Meeting Place

MOMS, POPS & TOTS DROP-IN

      Thursdays                 9:30-11am

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.