Republished with permission from The Vermont Standard
The wonderful winter conditions will make these 3 upcoming snow camps at Bethany Birches Camp great: Lynx Camp: Feb 15-18 (4th – 6th graders), Polar Bear Camp: Feb 21-23 (6th – 8th graders), & Bobcat Camp: Feb 28 – Mar 2 (3rd – 5th grade). Call the office (802-672-5220) or visit the website (http://www.bethanybirches.org/winter-camps/)
Visit http://www.calvin-coolidge.org for more information about the President’s Day Program, Madison’s Hell on 2/16 at the Coolidge Site Coolidge Museum & Education Center. Snow date 2/17.
Did you see the suggestion on the Front Porch Forum about starting a reading group in town? Well, several folks were interested, Betsy Tonkin has set an “organizational” meeting for 2/15 at 5:30 PM at the school. To learn more & provide your ideas, be sure to attend.
Read more about the Vermont Digital Economy Project and how it can play a role in strengthening communities. It is not only a tool in times of emergency, it can build community resiliency by promoting the digital economy. According to Plymouth Activity Coordinator, Terry Bascom, there are several free programs available to Plymouth businesses, non-profits, and community agencies. Let him know if there is a program that you would like to have hosted.
Brittany Angell, best selling author of The Essential Gluten Free Baking Guides Part 1 & 2, will be at Good Commons offering her expertise at a retreat. To learn more about it & the special rates for those in the area who wish to commute, go to http://www.brittanyangell.com.