Hey, I have heard rumors of a program starting up in Brattleboro called solarize. The rumors say it is about bringing the cost way down for home solar electric systems. Does anyone have information? I can find nothing on the town website or on iBrattleboro.
42 U.S.C. Section 1396p(b)(B)
Are you age 55 or older, and a single home owner who receives Medicaid,
or suddenly got signed up for Medicaid when you explored the Obamacare
government Affordable Care Act website because you fit the new higher income guidelines for Medicaid under Obamacare?
If you are getting arthritic from living in a cold wet climate, you might be thinking of moving south to a warmer and drier climate; but now you have to figure out if Medicaid / Obamacare has put a lien on your home before you sell it, because they aren't adequately warning or informing anyone!
Circus Yoga Workshop comes to Putney!
Circus Yoga combines the best of circus games and partnered yoga. Join Circus Yoga founder, Erin Maile O'Keefe, for a Sunday afternoon of pure fun.
Bring your friends and family over the age of 7.
Brattleboro Area Hospice and Brattleboro Memorial Hospital Ethics Committee invite the public to a free presentation about Act 39: Patient Choice and Control at the End of Life. Vermont's law pertaining to Patient Choice at the End of Life took effect on May 20, 2013 and legalizes physician-aid in dying for eligible adults living with a terminal illness. Featuring Cindy Bruzzese, the Executive Director of the Vermont Ethics Network, this forum is not a debate for or against Act 39; it is a public informational presentation only and allows time for questions and answers.
When: Monday, March 24, 6 pm - 8 pm
Where: Brew Barry Conference Room, Brattleboro Memorial Hospital
While March may be the final month for the 8th season of the Brattleboro Winter Farmers’ Market, don’t let that fool you into thinking not much is happening each week at the market. The increasing daylight hours means that our farmers’ high tunnel greenhouses are producing early fresh greens. And as the snows melt and ground thaws, wintered-over carrots and the sweetest parsnips with the sweetest taste you can imagine may appear, and maybe even some leeks!
This week's listings, arranged in non-binary notation:
Offering Postpartum Doula Support
Holistic Attachment Mom Available for Childcare
Private Prenatal Yoga Sessions
Membership Share to Costco
Minor Electrical Repair
New Yorker Magazines Available
Anyone know a good, reasonably priced plumber to install a kitchen sink?
Today I saw two separate small flocks of Robins, one in Guilford and one in Brattleboro.
I was wondering if anyone can tell me the seating capacity of the old town hall in Brattleboro. Specifically, I'm wondering how many people could fit into the second floor of the building.
Anyone have a solid number to offer?
A donation for as little as $7 can make a difference, and yes, you get a cafe drink as a reward. It really is that easy.
Mocha Joe's has helped more than 50 farmers get organic certification.(To make the program sustainable they need to certify many more.)
Mocha Joe's is also helping to set up a fund so that the farmers can avoid taking out loans at rates that are as high as 200%. How? By funding the local credit union. Every dollar we raise, helps create that fund, and help the farmers join the credit union.