Detailed Calendar Listings

The programs and events listed below are presented by Sustainable Woodstock, in collaboration with our local and regional partners.

Please click on a program or event in the menu below for more information, or scroll down to find a detailed listing.

 

January

Free Film Screening—Just Eat It ( 1/23/2021 – 1/26/2021)

Sustainable Woodstock Energy Action Group Monthly Meeting (January 11th)

GREEN DRINKS—How to Buy an EV or Hybrid Car (January 21st)

Forest Carbon Action Group Monthly Meeting (January 18th)

February

Free Film Screening– 2040 (February 21st-23rd)

Sustainable Woodstock Energy Action Group Monthly Meeting (February 8th)

Forest Carbon Action Group Monthly Meeting (February 15th)

GREEN DRINKS–Food Insecurity in the Upper Valley (February 18th)

 


FREE VIRTUAL FILM SCREENING — Just Eat It

Register and watch the film from home from January 23rd-26th

Virtual! Register at: https://justeatit2020.eventbrite.com

Filmmakers and food lovers, Jen and Grant, pledge to quit grocery shopping and survive only on discarded food for 6 months.

Join Pentangle Arts Council and Sustainable Woodstock for a monthly documentary film screening as part of our Climate Change and Sustainability series.

Free admission. (Recommended donation of $10.) Donations go to support Pentangle Arts.

Web Links:

Film Trailer

The Upper Valley Climate Change & Sustainability Film Series is made possible by the generous support from underwriters, Mascoma Bank and Vermont Community Foundation, and sponsors: Mark D. Knott DDS, The Ellaway Group and Unicorn.

For more information, please contact
Email: programs@sustainablewoodstock.org


Sustainable Woodstock Energy Action Group Monthly Meeting

Monday, January 11th, 5:30 p.m.
Location: Zoom

We are a group of volunteers who meet monthly to promote energy efficiency, conservation and the development and use of renewable energy sources among the Town’s residents, businesses, educational and municipal affairs. We meet on the 2nd Monday of every month. Anyone with an interest in energy is welcome to join.

Contact us at: programs@sustainablewoodstock.org

Join Zoom Meeting: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/984828048


Forest Carbon Action Group Monthly Meeting

Monday, January 18th, 5:30 p.m.

Location: Zoom

We are a group of volunteers who meet monthly to explore options for managing forests in Vermont for carbon storage and sequestration. We meet on the 3rd Monday of every month. Anyone with an interest in energy is welcome to join.

Contact us at: programs@sustainablewoodstock.org

 


GREEN DRINKS— How to Buy an EV or Hybrid Car

Presenters: Samantha Hurt, Program Manager at Capstone Community Action, Inc. and David Roberts, Drive Electric Vermont Coordinator

Thursday, January 21st, 5:30-6:30 p.m.
Location: Zoom

Register at: https://mileagesmart.eventbrite.com

Vermonters: Have you been considering an electric or hybrid vehicle, but feel that it’s out of your price range? Join us to learn the advantages of hybrids and EV cars, and how you can save money in the long run by driving one. Vermont has numerous incentives for every budget!

The MileageSmart Incentive provides 25% of the vehicle cost of a used EV or hybrid car, up to $5,000. Join us to learn about the program from Samantha Hurt, Program Manager at Capstone Community Action, Inc.

Drive Electric Vermont is Vermont’s statewide EV resource, and helps you compare models of electric vehicles to find the best fit. Did you know charging an EV is like paying $1.50 a gallon? Plus, there are state, federal, and utility purchase incentives. Learn more from David Roberts, Drive Electric Vermont Coordinator.

Green Drinks are free and open to everyone. 

Contact us at: programs@sustainablewoodstock.org


PREMIERE FREE FILM SCREENING — 2040

February 21st-23rd, 2021

Now, more than ever, we need positive voices in the ecological crisis. Join us to see director Damon Gameau’s ‘exercise in fact-based dreaming’, 2040.

The film takes a solutions-based approach to how we can, using the technology we a

lready have, mitigate the enormous global issues we currently face. The main themes/solutions looked at in the film are around: empowerment of women and girls; marine regeneration; regenerative agriculture; renewable energy; and circular economy. It’s a story of hope, and a powerful tool to encourage people to take action. You can watch the trailer here.

Thank you so much for supporting 2040. Make sure you head to Whatsyour2040.com to activate your plan and join the regeneration!

The Upper Valley Climate Change & Sustainability Film Series is made possible by the generous support from underwriters, Mascoma Bank and Vermont Community Foundation, and sponsors: Mark D. Knott DDS, The Ellaway Group and Unicorn.

Free admission. (Recommended donation of $10.) Donations go to support Pentangle Arts.

For more information, please contact Pentangle Arts: Phone: 802-457-3981
Email: info@pentanglearts.org

Location: virtual


Sustainable Woodstock Energy Action Group Meeting

Monday, October 12, 5:30 p.m.
Location: Zoom

We are a group of volunteers who meet monthly to promote energy efficiency, conservation and the development and use of renewable energy sources among the Town’s residents, businesses, educational and municipal affairs. We meet on the 2nd Monday of every month. Anyone with an interest in energy is welcome to join.

Contact us at: programs@sustainablewoodstock.org


Forest Carbon Action Group Monthly Meeting

Monday, October 19, 5:30 p.m.

Location: zoom

We are a group of volunteers who meet monthly to explore options for managing forests in Vermont for carbon storage and sequestration. We meet on the 3rd Monday of every month. Anyone with an interest in energy is welcome to join.

Contact us at: programs@sustainablewoodstock.org

 

 

 


GREEN DRINKS — Food Security in the Upper Valley

Presenters: Jill Lord, RN, MS, Director of Community Health at Mt Ascutney Hospital and Health Center, Alice Stewart Program Manager of Rise VT-Windsor County, and Nan Kilmer.

Register at: coming soon

Green Drinks are free and open to everyone.

Contact us at: programs@sustainablewoodstock.org

Location: zoom

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