Neighborhood Planning Assemblies (NPAs) are grassroots, neighborhood organizations that were established in each of Burlington's seven Wards to empower citizen participation in City government. Working as neighborhood advocacy groups, Neighborhood Planning Assemblies facilitate communication between the citizens of Burlington and city government through regular meetings scheduled in each Ward. Wards 4 & 7 meet the third Tuesday of the month. Meeting place: Robert E. Miller Community Center 130 Gosse Court.
More on Redistricting: http://www.burlingtonvt.gov/CityCouncil/Ward-Redistricting/
Neighborhood Planning Assemblies (NPAs) are grassroots, neighborhood organizations that were established in each of Burlington's seven Wards to encourage citizen participation in City government. Working as neighborhood advocacy groups, Neighborhood Planning Assemblies help improve communication between the citizens of Burlington and City government through regular meetings scheduled in each Ward. Ward 6 meets the first Thursday of the month. Meeting place: Greek Orthodox Church 600 South Willard Street.
Host Ron Wanamaker speaks with co-authors Adam Krakowski and Kurt Staudter on their recently released book 'Vermont Beer: History of a Brewing Revolution'. Their book is intended to establish a definitive history on the subject and set a foundation for further research as documents and information is discovered. Monthly call in show hosted by Preservation Burlington.
Adam Krakowski is a decorative and fine arts conservator in Quechee, Vermont. He holds a BA in art history, a minor in museum studies from Hartwick College and an MS in historic preservation from the University of Vermont. He has worked at museums, historical societies, art galleries and restoration firms all over New York and New England, and was the recipient of the 2010 Weston Cate Jr. Research Fellowship from the Vermont Historical Society on the project A Bitter Past: Hop Farming in Nineteenth-Century Vermont.
Kurt Staudter is the executive director of the Vermont Brewers Association, representing all of the breweries in the state. He and his wife, Patti, run the association from Springfield, Vermont. He is the Vermont columnist for Yankee Brew News, and has written about beer and politics in the Vermont Standard and Vermont Magazine. He learned about beer from his first-generation German-American father, who ensured his love for good food, great beer and family were passed on to the next generation.
Hosted by the Governor's Commission on Alzheimer's Disease and Related Disorders and the Alzheimer's Association, Vermont Chapter.
Speakers provide a positive discussion with fellow stakeholders in the dementia community and share ways to enhance dementia education, support and services in Vermont.
Short Presentations by Commissioner Susan Wehry, MD, Vermont Department of Disabilities Aging and Independent Living, William Pendlebury, MD, Medical Director of The Memory Center at Fletcher Allen Health Care and Rhonda Williams, Chronic Disease Prevention Chief, Vermont Department of Health.
A panel discussion with our speakers and additional participants representing families living with dementia, the residential long term care community and the Alzheimer's Association completes the Town Hall Meeting.
More information at: http://www.alz.org/vermont/index.asp
The Blue Cross Blue Shield of Vermont Lake Champlain Dragon Boat Festival is all about community. It’s hundreds of dedicated Vermonters joining together for an unforgettable day of fitness, fun, and fundraising. Our community teams are made up of local businesses, non-profits, service groups, neighbors, and families who know that together we can make a real difference in the lives of our friends and neighbors with cancer.
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