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BRATTLEBORO — The Brattleboro Food Co-op at 7 Canal St. is offering a number of programs and classes during the month of April.Spin Class: Every first Monday of the month at Bodhifit, co-op shareholders can take this spin class at no cost with … more
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BRATTLEBORO — The Women's Film Festival, now in its 26th year, has long provided a platform for the community to experience underrepresented films by and about women. While The Women's Freedom Center initially sought to fill that void, the … more
BRATTLEBORO — The Rally for Science Brattleboro will be held in the city on Saturday, April 22, from noon to 5 p.m. Attractions will include presentations and talks center on science, education, and the environment. This presentation is an … more
BRATTLEBORO — When a school lacks a cafeteria, where do students eat?This was the concern Green Street School administrators had, since breakfast participation, when served in the gymnasium, resulted in only one-third of students eating the … more
BRATTLEBORO — Recently, Wells Fargo provided a $10,000 grant to the Boys and Girls Clubs of Brattleboro to provide Club youth with a continuum of educational programs focused on academic success, high school graduation, and college … more
PUTNEY — Summer Camp at The Grammar School will focus on arts and the outdoors this year.The general camp director will be longtime TGS 7th grade and upper school science teacher Paul (Hop) Hopkins. While many of the activities from past years … more
BRATTLEBORO — During the month of May, 15 Windham County elementary schools will open their doors to children 5 and younger, parents, caregivers, early educators, and their teddy bears.Children are invited to bring their favorite teddy bears … more
BOSTON, MASS. — Michelle Sigiel of Newfane recently earned a Master of Science from Simmons College in Boston, where she majored in archives management. more
WEST BRATTLEBORO — One question stumped owners of the Robb Family Farm during the statewide Maple Open House Weekend."We kept getting asked about the percentage of sugar in the syrup and didn't know," said Helen Robb, co-owner of the farm on … more
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