with Thomas Garbarino, Lic.Ac, M.Ac.
You are your best healer! Come learn how each and everyone of us is born with the innate gift to heal ourselves. In this half-day intensive, you will experience simple and profound ways to awaken your body’s innate healing ability while deepening your capacity to relax and enjoy your life more completely. Participants will leave with a renewed and empowered sense of health and well-being. All are welcome; no experience required.
For your local eating pleasure we have extended dates for the Wednesday Farmers' Market: OPEN TOMORROW! 10- 2 downtown by the Coop.
Please come visit and support the delicious hard work of Lost Barn Farm, Deer Ridge Farm, and Anon's Thai. There's both yummy storage crops and fresh greens for your cozy fall meals.
Saturday Market: LAST MARKET October 25th. Outside on Rte 9, West Brattleboro, 9-2, Rain or Shine!
Pumpkin has been a long term resident of Holton Home on Western Avenue, where he has been a great source of joy to all those who live there.
Sadly he went missing on October 15th.
Pumpkin is an adult male short- haired orange tabby. He is extremely friendly and frequently travels through the surrounding neighborhoods. If you have found him or seen in your neighborhood please call 254 4155 or email Cindy@HoltonHome.org
Meet “Porkorate Paul”, the enormous big pink pig seen squatting in the bed of a sign and slogan covered pick-up truck, puffing a cigar. He came to Brattleboro this Monday morning, October 20th, on one of his many stops throughout New England. His purpose: to parade his pompous presumptions of wealthy entitlement over the lower echelon (that’s us).
If anyone is missing a CSA delivery it is sitting in my back porch at the corner of Myrtle and Cedar. It arrived yesterday afternoon and I would hate to see it spoil. I raise my own veggies, so i do not need it,
I took my young sons up to the Retreat Tower this past Tuesday -- it was their first visit. I've never been inside, but have heard that it is opened to the public now & then. Does anyone know if there are fixed dates that it's open, or where one can find out when it will be open? The boys are dying to have a look inside and climb to the top for a view of the area.
I am looking for ideas for someone to rake my yard and do some light gardening,
Thanks, we are located downtown. Robin
The next "Brattleboro Citizens' Breakfast" is planned for Friday, October 24, 2014 at the Gibson Aiken Center, downstairs, hosted by Senior Meals. Doors open at 7:30am.
This month’s presentation will be given by Kelly McElheny, Southern VT Volunteer and Outreach Coordinator, Community of Vermont Elders - SMP Program.
The Vermont Senior Medicare Patrol (SMP) program is a federally-funded volunteer and education program designed to help protect Medicare beneficiaries from becoming the victim of healthcare fraud, error or abuse. The SMP message "Protect. Detect. Report.", is delivered through the support of volunteers throughout Vermont. This program is helpful to those just turning 65, already on Medicare or caregivers and families.
Your house is drafty and your kitten is cold. It's time to do something about that. If you're a Brattleboro homeowner, schedule a home energy audit today and learn how you can save money and make your home more comfortable. Contact Brattleboro Town Energy Coordinator Paul Cameron to get started. 802.251.8135 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Do it for kitten.
This is a project of the Brattleboro Energy Committee. Please watch and share this video on social media sites, email, blogs and list serves. Thanks!
What is a dosa?
Dosa is a fermented lentil and rice crepe that millions of Indians eat every day. Now you can enjoy them without leaving the state of Vermont.
Dosa Kitchen serves from-scratch dosas with a a rotating menu of curries. Our meat is free-range, and we always have a vegan option. All our food is gluten free and we support our local farms.