CALENDAR LISTINGS FOR Sunday, February
BRATTLEBORO How are Racial Justice and Climate Justice Connected? : What does racial justice have to do with climate justice? What do we mean by intersectionality? This interactive workshop explores the foundations of these justice movements and how and why they are inextricably bound. Participants will have the opportunity to consider and reflect on their own experiences, listen to the experiences of others, and learn new language and concepts to help support a deepening investigation of climate and racial justice. This is 350Vermont's introductory workshop that offers a series of starting points and questions, rather than a conclusive or summative approach to this content. It will be facilitated by Phoebe Gooding and Abigail Mnookin. 1 p.m. - 5 p.m. $0 to $40 (sliding scale). Bring cash/check to the workshop. Whetstone Studio for the Arts, 28 William St., 1st fl. Register: firstname.lastname@example.org.
BRATTLEBORO Windham Orchestra & Young Soloists Play the Masters: Winners of the Windham Orchestra Concerto Competition perform with the Orchestra: Justin Zhou, cello, performing Dvořák's Cello Concerto; Hannah Caris on flute; joining the orchestra for Henri Duparc's Lénore Symphonic Poem after Bürger and Georges Hüe's Fantaisie; and Joseph Wang on viola for Bohuslavu Martinu's Rhapsody Concert. 3 p.m. - 5 p.m. Free. Latchis Theatre, 50 Main St. Information: 802-254-1109; Click for more info on Web in new window.
HINSDALE Annette Spaulding: Archaeology and History: Annette's over 30 years searching for missing people and criminal evidence recovery has led to countless major historic underwater discoveries. Some of her recent successful searches: The remains of a historic bridge build in 1812 in Putney. Commonly known as the Elephant Bridge, it collapsed when a traveling circus crossed the bridge with the third elephant brought to North America. Discoveries of structures and logging artifacts on the CT River were featured in the PBS documentary, "Dynamite, Whiskey and Wood," highlighting the history of log drives on the CT River in the 19th century. Co-leader of expeditions to locate and successfully recover a historic 1928 Fokker Standard Universal aircraft in Manitoba for the Western Canadian Aviation Museum. Documentary "View From Table Rock" depicting the 1800's history of Bellows Falls. Featuring underwater discoveries of various tools and structures found in the Connecticut River. Numerous projects/presentations took her to many countries throughout her diving career including thousands of dives in the 410-mile-long CT River. Annette's been an active member of the underwater search and rescue team based in southern Vermont and New Hampshire for over 30 years and, as a certified Underwater Criminal Investigator, has developed programs to train divers. After three decades of research and hundreds of dives, digging through two and a half feet of sand led to her recent discovery in the fall of 2017 of "Indian Rock," now known as one of the most significant Petroglyph sites in North America. 1 p.m. Free. Hinsdale Historical Society, 4-22 High St. Information: email@example.com.