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Performing arts

Sandglass Theater: Archive Video of Performance "Story of the Dog" (2005) Livestream: Collaboration between Sovanna Phum (Cambodia) and Sandglass Theater about the effect of war on private lives. Combining performers from both companies, the story integrates Sandglass' characteristic puppet style with traditional Cambodian shadow puppets, dance, music. Q&A follows with co-founders Ines Zeller Bass, Eric Bass, special guests Ines Zeller Bass, Eric Bass, and special guests Anida Yoeu Ali, Chumvan "Belle" Sodhachachivy. 7 p.m. See 8/20 for Facebook and YouTube links. Livestream. Information:

Ideas and education

Urine My Garden Workshop (via Zoom): Learn how to fertilize your garden with urine! We'll give a brief presentation and then have time for discussion for you to share your experiences and questions. Hosted by the Rich Earth Institute. 12 noon - 1 p.m: Take a peek at our 'Home Use FAQ' doc: http:// home-use_manual.pdf. Already an avid peecycler? We want to hear about it! Fill out our wee online form: https:// (Repeats 8/26). Free. Zoom. Register in advance for a confirmation email with info about joining the webinar:


Medicare Class (via Zoom): This class is offered to anyone about to go on Medicare. This is unbiased information about the Medicare system. Presented by Senior Solutions. Call our helpline, 802-885-2669, so we can add you to the attendance list. Or email your request to be added: We will need to gather personal information and an email so a link to the meeting can be sent to you. (Repeats 9/25). Zoom.

Arts and crafts

NEWFANE Friday Morning Art Group: All mediums and levels of art experience welcome. 9:30 a.m. - 12 noon. Ongoing on Fridays. Free. Moore Free Library, 23 West St. Information: 802-365-7948; Click for more info on Web in new window.


BRATTLEBORO Solidarity Fridays - Our Struggles Are Connected: Weekly protest organized by Brattleboro Solidarity, The Root Justice Center, Tenants Union of Brattleboro, and Lost River Racial Justice focusing on current local/national issues. Bring signs, banners, chalk, noise makers to rally for the world we want. This week we'll make yellow and black signs to promote consistency and solidarity among our coalition and make connections between the struggles of people on a global scale - from the annexation of land and occupation of Palestine, to brutal weaponized tactics of Federal agents against Portland protesters, to the systemic racism rampant across the world, and to local efforts toward examining police brutality and safety in Brattleboro, in the diversity of our struggles we are all united!. 5-7 p.m. Masks required. We'll have masks for those without one. Hand sanitizer on site. This week, consider bringing a donation from Groundworks Collaborative's wish list: deodorant, disposable razors, umbrellas, men's belts, notebooks/pens, playing cards and classic board games like chess, Benadryl, bug spray, sunblock. Pliny Park, Corner Main & High St.



August 2020