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Upcoming Events

An Evening at Robinson Farm

Tuesday, August 23 from 6 to 8:30pm
5250 West Woodstock

Would you like to take an action toward peace? Join us for an evening of discussion and filmmaking.

7:00pm- Screening & Discussion with filmmaker and project founder Deborah Greene

6:00 -8:30 - Peace Blog Filming: We will be set up to film peace blogs for any attendees wanting to participate in this global initiative towards peace.

We’ll have refreshments.

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Change the World Kids Garden Tea Party

Saturday, August 27 from 4 to 6pm
ArtisTree Community Arts Center
South Pomfret

IMG_7550.JPG Food Justice. What is it? Is growing a vegetable garden food justice? Or eating healthy food? Is contributing to a Food Shelf or Food Bank food justice or organization that works to reduce hunger food justice?

Enjoy high tea, music, and bookmaking activities, and learn about the importance of food justice for our community! Tour our Food Justice garden at Artistree, planted with the help of Change the World Kids Rising. Then take a shuttle to our BIG garden across the road from Chippers, where you can learn more about Food Justice and the scope of our efforts in our community. Tea party and gardening costumes are welcome!

For more info: changetheworldkids@gmail.com or 457-2622.

23rd Aug 2016
green drinks evening

Working Together for Stronger Communities

By Ron Miller Our mission at Sustainable Woodstock is to help build a thriving and resilient community. Obviously, a small group of volunteers cannot, by themselves, build a community—it takes...

15th Aug 2016
Local volunteers help clean up the Riverfront Park in Spring 2016.

Designing Public Spaces

By Elle O’Casey The hot weather lately has many people running to the outdoors in search of cool breezes, shady brooks, and the calming waters of a nearby pond. As...

Seats Still Available at the Naked Table Luncheon

By Sally Miller It’s Naked Table time. If you have not participated in this annual summer celebration before, now is your opportunity! We still have seats available for the luncheon...

Communities Work Together to Create More Solar!

By Zach Ralph All around Vermont individual communities are creating programs and initiatives to help address the potential harmful effects of climate change. Energy Committees are working to provide more...

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