CALENDAR LISTINGS FOR Thursday, March
BRATTLEBORO Story Night: Four storytellers share a wide-range of stories - from funny to heartfelt, from personal to fictional. Not suitable for children. 7 p.m. Bring proof of vaccination! (card or picture of card). Masks required. Tickets are by donation ($5 suggested). Hooker-Dunham Theater, 139 Main St. If interested in telling a story, email firstname.lastname@example.org 802-281-3232; Click for more info on Web in new window.
Join the Brattleboro Women's Chorus! (via Zoom): "Open Rehearsal for new singers to try Chorus. After this, you can choose to join and continue via Zoom or join one of our two-in-person rehearsals starting 3/24. No experience or auditions necessary.". 6:30 - 8 p.m. Zoom. Information: Info/Registration: www.brattleborowomenschorus.org.
BRATTLEBORO Parent/Tot Open Gym: This is an unstructured program where the parent is responsible for their child(ren). A place for parents and tots to get out of the cold and enjoy playing with playhouses, cars, toys, tunnel, a play kitchen, big rubber balls and more!. 10-11:30 a.m. on Thursdays in Gibson Aiken Center's 3rd fl. Gym. All equipment is disinfected prior to the program. Participants should wash hands before, during and after participating. Through Thursday, April 28. $1 per child per day (credit cards only for online registrations; cash or check only for in-person registrations). Gibson-Aiken Center, 207 Main St. Information, reservations, and Covid requirements: 802-254-5808; bit.ly/637-parksrec.
Invasive Asian Jumping Worms - Have you noticed them yet? (via Zoom): Asian jumping worms move more like a snake than our average earthworms and leave behind soil that looks like coffee grounds. They strip the forest of the layer critical for seedlings and wildflowers (and threaten Maple Syrup!) Jumping worms grow twice as fast, reproduce more quickly, and can infest soils at high densities. In areas of heavy infestation, native plants, soil invertebrates, salamanders, birds, and other animals may decline. 6 p.m. These worms can severely damage the roots of plants in nurseries, gardens, forests, turf. Be careful not to spread them by sharing potted plants, fishing, foot/vehicle traffic. Q&A after the talk. Speaker is Josef Gorres, Assoc. Prof. at UVM in the Plant and Soil Science Dept. Sponsored by Londonderry VT Conservation Commission. Zoom. Information: Link: https://tinyurl.com/2p9ferau.