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CALENDAR LISTINGS FOR Sunday, November 

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Film and video

Sandglass Theater - "Rock the Boat" (Online): This film of our newest project for young audiences premieres in a public virtual event with UMass Fine Arts Center. This online screening via UMASS FAC's YouTube & Facebook pages will be followed by a Q&A with the collaborating artists. 3 p.m. A recording of this event is available on-demand through 11/28. https://fac.umass.edu/Online/seatSelect.asp?createBO::WSmap=1&BOparam::WSmap::loadBestAvailable: performance_ids=E9128D45-579B-4E16-A67D-298426726368&mc_cid =194642f705&mc_eid=be9ee90444. Through Saturday, November 28. Free. Online.

Kids and families

BRATTLEBORO Brattleboro Mother Up! Meet-Up: We'll share gratitudes, walk up to the forest for post-election reflections and next steps, and end with a song. And if it's cold, we have permission to make a fire. We also wish to engage young parents in the vital discussion of how we can make positive changes to protect our planet for our children's future. 10 a.m. - 12 noon. In-person, outdoor, distanced meet-up. Hosted by 350 Vermont. Covid guidelines: Unless eating, masks required for adults (at parental discretion for kids under age 5); maintain physical distance; snacks (apples, cheese sticks, granola bars, hard-boiled eggs) provided; childcare support provided by Mikaela and Max. Retreat Farm, 45 Farmhouse Sq. Information: RSVP helpful but not required: email abby@350vt.org.

Well-being

"Ecodharma, A Buddhist Path for the Climate Crisis" - A Talk with David Loy (via Zoom): David Loy is an activist, writer, and Zen Teacher. Many have suggested that the ecological crisis is as much a spiritual challenge as a technological and economic one. Does Buddhism offer any special perspective on this imminent catastrophe? Loy suggests that Buddhist teachings have important implications for how to understand and respond to the greatest challenge that humanity has ever faced. His talk will focus on the parallels between the usual Buddhist predicament of personal liberation while pointing the way to resolving our collective dilemma. 1 - 4 p.m. Hosted by VT Insight Meditation Center. For more info about Loy, visit www.davidloy.org. Registration/scaled fee are required by contacting the VIMC. Zoom. Zoom log-in details will be emailed to all registrants: https://vermontinsight.org.

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