Community Producers

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Programs that are produced by community volunteers using Channel 17 Equipment.

Programs in this Series

Format: 2019-08-22
Format: 2019-08-22
Return of the Steelheads - 09/30/2011
Remember the fish sculptures lining the shores of the Winooski, in Winooski?  Originally installed in 1981 by sculptor Kate Pond, the fish have been out of water in the Public Works yard until this September. Dan Higgins documents the Return of...
Downtown Burlington Real Estate/Retail Market Analysis - 09/29/2011
Downtown and Waterfront Plan The plan will refine broad city-wide goals for sustainable development into focused, actionable, area-specific strategies to ensure the vitality of the central core of our community and enable us to achieve our community...
Winooski Culture Hop Tour - 09/16/2011
Winooski Culture Hop Tour with community producer Abdullah Sall.  Meet with the people and organizations that make the Winooski Culture Hop happen.
Burlington's Mayor Kiss Vetoes Thoughtful Climate Legislation - 09/12/2011
On the street lobbying by citizen activist Johnathan Leavitt in opposition to the Burlington Mayor Kiss veto of community standards legislation by the Burlington City Council.  Video produced and edited by Rebecca Sananes and Sam Casey.
Growing Money Program; A Guide to Managing Money and Credit - 09/01/2011
The Growing Money Program offers free classes on the topics of money management and credit building. We also offer free individual sessions with experienced money coaches. You can learn how to save for your future, how to create a spending plan, how...
From Hurricane Irene to the White House - 08/28/2011
Producer Arthur Hynes travels with 22 Vermonters on a trip to Washington DC to protest the Alberta Tar Sands Keystone XL pipeline to the U.S. Gulf.  As the Vermont group left, Hurricane Irene was striking Vermont.
Bilingual Burlington - 07/28/2011
Steve Norman talks with Burlingtonians about how to make Burlington more French-friendly. For more information about this program and how to be involved email Steve Norman at: stevenorman [at] fastmail [dot] fm or go to www.aflcr.org. 
Winooski: Then & Now - 07/21/2011
“Winooski Then and Now” is an entertaining compilation of short video clips by Dan Higgins demonstrating changes in Winooski since he arrived in 1969. The video begins with urban renewal demolition of the downtown in the 1970s. Residents...
Hotel Hijinks - X Theater Burlington Parks and Recreation Drama Program - 07/21/2011
X-Theater Productions a Program of Burlington Parks and Recreation presents the Play "Hotel Hijinks"  written and directed by Marc LaChappelle under the direction of students in the program.
Vermont Sudanese Community Discusses South Sudan Independence Day - 07/13/2011
Members of the Vermont Sudanese community discuss the newly declared independence of South Sudan.
Fresh Food Program - 07/01/2011
Vermont Works for Women is an organization that offers training programs for women in various professional fields. In January of 2011 they initiated their "Fresh Food" program for training women in the culinary arts. Kali Alvarez, kitchen...
Vermont Adult Learning Graduation Stories - 06/08/2011
Vermont Adult Learning provides adults with essential skills education to further their educational, employment and personal goals in order to expand their options and capabilities in the family, community and workplace.
Vermont Adult Learning Graduation - 06/08/2011
Vermont Adult Learning provides adults with essential skills education to further their educational, employment and personal goals in order to expand their options and capabilities in the family, community and workplace. On June 14, VAL handed out...
Burlington Board of Registration of Voters - 06/07/2011
Burlington Board of Registration of Voters meeting.

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