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Music

Keene State Music Dept. - "Moving Forward/ Looking Backwards" Faculty Performance Series (Virtual): Featuring KSC Prof. of Music Dr. Christina Wright-Ivanova, piano with HUB New Music, and Ashley Stone, mezzo-soprano in a performance that observes our history while celebrating our future. Works include themes of immigration, hope, survival, childhood, overcoming and inspires the audience to think of their own individual journeys. Concert includes compositions from Joseph Schwantner, Pierre Jalbert, J.S. Bach, Prof. of Music Dr. Heather Gilligan, and more. 7:30 p.m. Part of the Redfern Arts Center/Keene State College spring season of welcoming artists for virtual residencies and presenting multifaceted arts experiences that celebrate ingenuity and contribute to the health/well-being of campus and community members. Free. Virtual. Information: www.keene.edu/arts/redfern.

Well-being

Taking Steps Brattleboro - Advance Care Planning Question & Answer Info Session (via Zoom, Phone, In-Person): Advance Care Planning includes discussing choices about end-of-life care with your medical provider, family, and others plus choosing and educating your Health Care Agent and making informed decisions to complete an Advance Directive. Anyone over the age of 18 benefits from having a completed Advance Directive. Services include weekly Zoom meetings and individual Advance Care Planning meetings (phone, Zoom, or in-person) to complete an Advance Directive. 10-11 a.m. on Wednesdays. Visit www.vtethicsnetwork.org to see forms, obtain info, ask questions today. More info about Advance Care Planning/to receive a Zoom meeting invitation and/or phone call-in number: Don Freeman, Program Coord., 802-257-0775 x 101. don.freeman@brattleborohospice.org. Hosted by Brattleboro Area Hospice's Taking Steps Brattleboro. Free. Zoom. Information: www.brattleborohospice.org.

Community building

"Nature's Best Hope" - Building a Wildlife Corridor in Your Own Backyard (Online Presentation & Discussion): The Nature Museum hosts author Doug Tallamy for a presentation and discussion of his book, "Nature's Best Hope," with a focus on cultivating native plants as a way to support biodiversity. 7 - 8:30 p.m. Sliding scale starting at $5.00. Online. Information: Learn more/register: www.nature-museum.org.

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