TUESDAY JUNE 20th 4-5:30
Do you and/or your children suffer from anxiety? Learn how to bring your body back into balance without drugs - using safe, effective and natural remedies, techniques and simply learning to JUST LET GO! This is perfect for children with anxiety as well as parents. Join us for some fun and helpful information to lessen the stressors in your life.
Presented by the Windham County Extension Master Gardeners
Tuesdays May 16, 23 and 30
Join us for the last presentation in this line-up!
May 30th 2pm Garden Tools - Somara Zwick
Winham County EMG will bring a few of her favorite garden tools and invites everyone to bring one or two of her favorite tools as well. Or perhaps you have a "mystery" tool you need identified. We can share our thoughts about what equipment we find most helpful in our gardens and discuss how best to care for them.
An Encore Presentation
Friday June 2nd 6pm
This movie was so well-received when shown on April 7th that we are bringing it back for an encore presentation.
Doreen Fabiano and Carlene Lindgren, local advocates for the environment and other important issues facing our world today will host this screening of Michael Moore's award-winning film. This epic movie is an expansive, hilarious and subversive comedy/documentary in which the political provocateur confronts the most pressing issues facing America today and finds solutions in the most unlikely places. This is an eye-opening call to arms to recapture the American Dream and restore it to - of all places - America. Popcorn will be served.....
Do you have a special talent or subject knowledge you would like to share with the community? Consider volunteering as a Program Presenter in The Meeting Place! Call MC at 824-4343 to discuss.
SENIOR DROP IN
is every Wednesday from 9:30-11:00
All are invited for lively discussions, games and movies!
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 CHIwith Doreen Fabiano
May 18th - June 22nd 6-7pm
Though originally conceived as a Chinese martial art, Tai Chi is practiced for its numerous health benefits.
Tai Chi is useful in treating a number of ailments and is positive for fall prevention, balance and general healthcare.
This will be a popular program and since space is limited, sign up as soon as possible!
Gretchen Lima is a certified Pedorthist who fits, fabricates and adjusts pedorthic devices used to ease and treat foot-related problems. She will discuss how to modify summer footwear such as sport shoes and hiking boots. She was here last year and is back by popular demand. If you have trouble with your feet you will not want to miss this presentation!.
Friday June 2nd 11am
Tyler Brown, the Furbearer Technician for the Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department and Chris Bernier, Furbearer Project Leader will discuss beavers in Vermont. The team will talk about basic beaver biology, the history of beavers in Vermont and the management of these mammals. In addition, they will explain the beaver baffle program. Beaver dams, while providing valuable wetland for fish and other wildlife can also cause damage to roads and septic systems. The baffle program uses water control structures to properly manage beaver dam levels.
Thursday June 1st 2pm