Brattleboro Senior Meals Menu January 23 to January 27
January 23 - Spaghetti & Meatballs
What’s the difference between a climate advocate and a climate denier?
Most “liberals”, “progressives” and Democrats are climate advocates.
Most “conservatives”, “libertarians” and Republicans are climate deniers.
If climate advocates believe that fossil fuels contribute to dangerous CO2 levels and hence climate catastrophe, why do they fly around in planes for the slightest reason? Why do they hold conferences that require colossal amounts of carbon emissions? It is understandable that their work may require flying but flying for vacations?
Brattleboro Senior Meals Menu January 16 to January 20
January 16 CLOSED FOR MARTIN LUTHER DAY
January 17- Baked Lasagna
Turnip & Carrots
Local Sister Rallies and/or Marches are in Montpelier, Putney Brattleboro, Keene, Greenfield and Northampton.. There may still be seats on the bus leaving from Putney VT to Washington D.C.
Brattleboro Update: From noon to 1:00 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 21, there will be a SIster Vigil at Pliny Park, at Main and High Streets in Brattleboro, to stand in solildarity with marchers in Washington, D.C
Sister Marches Press Releases
Media Contact: Tina Cassidy
Women’s Marches Planned for all 50 States and More Than 40 Other Global Cities Grassroots Efforts from Sydney to Atlanta Could Top 1 Million Participants Organizing for Freedom and Democracy for All
The Ringling Bros. circus is shutting down this May after 146 years. This circus would come to Brattleboro back in the day.
Owners says it is a combination of the times (we are easily distracted by other things), the cost of hauling an enormous show from town to town, and a lack of elephants. Elephants had been a part of the show until last year and there was a major drop-off in attendance after they left.
Final shows will be in Providence, RI, and Uniondale, NY later this spring. 500 employees will be looking for work.
(Note to former-circus folk, do consider coming up to Brattleboro. Our circus schoool is being built as I type and we could use more!)
Just thought of this as I was driving around the Roundabout this morning. One day in December when I was driving by, there were a few people in the center of the roundabout setting up what looked like big stars full of lights. But then they weren't there the next time I drove by. Does anyone know about this? Did some people set it up without permission or encounter a lack of electricity?
For perspective, I was involved in the past in the Putney Road Business Association, which became the North End Business Association, which has now been pretty much inactive due to lack of leadership and shortage of volunteers. We used to do the luminaria around the intersection in the 90s, and for a year or two we put lights on the (at the time very small) trees in the middle of the roundabout. We had an arrangement with either the town or the state for electricity.
What to Know Before You Build: Expert Tips for Homeowners Planning Renovation or New Construction ProjectsBy Not Signed In | Wed, January 11 2017
The Sustainable Energy Outreach Network (SEON) will host a panel presentation for the public on “What to Know Before you Build: Expert Tips for Homeowners Planning Renovation or New Construction Projects” on Monday, January 23rd from 6:00 - 7:30 PM at the Marlboro Graduate Center in Brattleboro.
Please, if you agree with this information, then pass this along, and get friends from other states to also phone their Senators and speak out ..
Move On Stop Jeff Sessions Video
The Brattleboro Food Co-op Staff and Board of Directors are pleased to announce they will be honoring Martin Luther King, Jr on Monday, January 16th with numerous social justice and activist organizations featured in the store throughout the day. There will also be a free screening of the movie "13th" in the evening, a bit of music, and, of course, food! The idea for the event grew out of the Co-op Board of Directors’ newly formed "Engagement Committee," as well as feedback from staff. As Ruth Garbus, employee and Board Member, says, “We gotta get together!
JANUARY BREAKFAST MENUS
January 3rd – Stuffed Egg w/Sausage Gravy, Scone, Potato Pancake, Fruit, Yogurt, Juice, Coffee.
January 6th – Whole Wheat Pancakes, Syrup, Sausage, Fruit, Juice & Coffee
January 10th – Greens, Eggs & Ham, Home Fries, Fruit, Yogurt, Juice, Coffee