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The written word

BRATTLEBORO Writing Alone - Together!: Indulge your desire to write and create with Rebecca Rueter. Discover and practice your creativity and unique voice as we explore spontaneous writing as a way to deepen our relationship with ourselves. Prompts encourage your muse. Gentle writing guidelines ensure confidentiality and respectful listening. We respect shyness and honor each person's process. Delight in one another's fresh writing as a gift. Develop connection and compassion with delight. 6 - 8:30 p.m. on Wednesdays. Through Wednesday, November 24. Rebecca Rueter - Private Home in Brattleboro. Call, text, or email me with questions and to save your place/inquire about Zoom access: 802-275-7434; Click to e-mail for more information.

Visual arts and shows

BRATTLEBORO Artist Talk with Vaune Trachtman - "Now is Always" Exhibit: Trachtman's work reveals a collaboration across time between her father and herself. Using her father's 90-year-old negatives from the Great Depression in Philadelphia and her own cell phone images shot from windows and moving vehicles, Trachtman "creates a feeling of collapsed yet-expanded time.". 5:30 p.m. (Also see 9/9). Free. Vermont Center for Photography, 10 Green St., (right side of the 22 High St. building). Information: www.vcphoto.org, 802-251-6051.

Recreation

BRATTLEBORO Wednesday Night Charity Bingo: Join us for a chance to win awesome prizes while donating to great local causes! Tonight's charity is Vermont Independent Media/The Commons. 7 - 9 p.m. every Wednesday in the Taproom Brewpub & Biergarten. Bingo cards for all 10 prize rounds are $1 each. Whetstone Station, 36 Bridge St. Information: 802-490-2354.

Community building

VT Institute for Civic & Int'l Involvement: "The Importance of Parental Contact During Incarceration" (Zoom/Phone): Chesa Boudin is an American lawyer who is currently the District Atty. of San Francisco where he was elected in 2020. His parents are David Gilbert and Kathy Boudin and Bernadine Dohrn and Bill Ayers. In 1981, Mr. Gilbert and Ms. Boudin participated in the robbery of a Brinks armored car with members of the Black Liberation Army during which two NYC police officers and a Brinks guard were killed. Gilbert and Boudin were convicted of these crimes. 6 p.m. Zoom. Find your local phone #: https://tinyurl.com/3ahfnem8 www.vicii.org/events. Zoom: https://tinyurl.com/2nwute83 Meeting ID: 840 8999 1697 Passcode: 435434.

VERNON Democratic Town Committee Reorganization (In Person and/or Zoom): This month, Democrats are reorganizing their town committees in all 22 towns of Windham County. We're seeing a pattern of behavior from extreme right-wing groups using anger and conspiracy to dominate the civil discourse in our local and state government. Even if you cannot join the reorganization meeting, please sign up to be a member for your town's committee. 6 p.m. This reorganization occurs every two years. This year it is especially important for voters to join their town's committee. Democratic town committees provide us opportunity to organize in support of candidates and policies that are committed to a Vermont that serves all Vermonters. Vernon Town Offices, 567 Governor Hunt Rd. Information: John Hagen: windhamcountydemocratsvt@gmail.com.

Dance

BRATTLEBORO Paneurhythmy Dance: Beinsa Douno's dance for energy and inspiration is known worldwide. Dance with us!. 8 a.m. Wednesdays and Sundays. Through Wednesday, September 22. Free. Crowell Park/Lot, Western Ave. and Union St. Information: More info: 802-490-2213, nancy.crompton@gmail.com.

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