THE BATTENKILL

Friday           February 26          2pm

The BattenKill is one of Vermont's pre-eminent wild trout streams, but a near collapse of the brown trout population in the 1990s found that a lack of in-stream cover was leading to low survival of mid-size trout - contributing to the population decline.


Leee Simard, a Fisheries Biologist with the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department will discuss how the implementation of in-stream habitat improvement projects have resulted in an increase in the number of fish among multiple age classes and how the Department's collaboration with watershed groups, Federal and State agencies and other dedicated organizations and individuals is improving the overall health of the BattenKill watershed.


The Meeting Place

ORCHIDS!

MONDAY          MARCH 12th              2-3pm


Bob Aldrich, co-proprietor of the Inn at Weston has lectured widely across New England about the evolution and biology of orchids as well as how to grow these magnificent plants in a home environment.


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.

ARE WE ALONE IN

THE UNIVERSE?

THURSDAY          MARCH 22           5pm


All of us have asked this question. Claudio Veliz from the Southern Vermont Astronomy Association will discuss the latest evidence which suggests, that no, possibly not.

TAI CHI FOR OVERALL HEALTH

6 week series beginning Monday January 22nd @ 10am


Doreen Fabiano is back with her popular series! If you ever wanted to try Tai Chi, you will not want to miss this. Tai Chi, though originally conceived as a martial art is excellent for overall health. The practice aids in fall prevention, balance, diabetes and arthritis.

SENIOR DROP IN

is every Wednesday from

9:30-11:00

All are invited for lively

discussions, games and movies!


THE REALITIES OF CLIMATE CHANGE

THURSDAY     MARCH 8     5:30


In 2006, Nobel Laureate and former US VP Al Gore got the world talking about climate change with the award-winning film An Inconvenient Truth. It was the beginning of the climate revolution. Later that year he founded The Climate Reality Project - comprised of a diverse group of passionate individuals who have come together to solve the greatest challenge of our time.


One of those individuals, trained by the former Vice President through the Climate Reality Leadership Corps, will be here to spread awareness of the climate crisis and to continue the important work toward a safe and sustainable future with zero net carbon emissions by the second half of this century.