Topic: Climate Change: Should we be Fearful...Or Hopeful
Speaker: George Harvey
BCTV Channel 8 schedule Week of 8/18/14
Monday August 18
12:00 am Jenni Johnson and the Jazz Junketeers
1:30 am Craft in the Southern Half - A Look at the Arts in Southern VT Ep.1
2:00 am FSTV Overnight
4:00 am Southern Vermont Dance Festival at Latchis - 7/17/14
5:05 am Upstaged - Episode 2
Because I Can't Sleep, You Also Get To, If You So Choose, To Listen To Wendell Berry Talk With Bill MoyersBy Rolf | Mon, August 18 2014
This is entitled, "Wendell Berry's hope for humanity"
Brattleboro Time Trade:
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This week's fabulous listings, brought to you from thoughts of Ork:
Typing, Editing and Some Computer Help
Rides Within 20 Miles
Help Setting Up Compost/Recycling
Ride Offered to Women's Economic Opportunity Conference,
Emergency response capabilities for tragic events at schools will be the primary topic of discussion for the Brattleboro Selectboard at their next Tuesday meeting at the Municipal Center. The board will hear how Brattleboro’s response plan is “unlike any other in the state.”
In addition to the school response plan, the board will learn more about our general response plan for disasters and emergencies, will conduct staffing level reviews triggered by resignations of a dispatcher for the police department and an account clerk at the library, and will discuss forming a regional economic hub issue committee.
Attend in person or watch on BCTV.
Brattleboro Solidarity with Palestine is hosting another event Thursday August 21st, 7pm @ Marlboro (28 Vernon St. Downtown Brattleboro)
Gaza is still under siege. Over 5,000 homes have been destroy and people are seeking refuge in school, shelters and others' homes. The infrastructure in Gaza has been destroyed meaning that there is no water filtration for clean drinking water, no sewage systems, and no electricity. This then impacts the medical care that doctors are able to give. And these Israeli attacks would not have been possible without the military and financial support of the Unites States Government.
We hope you can join Write Action for schmoozing, good food, the open reading, and more at our annual potluck picnic. It is at noon on Sunday, Aug 17.
Write Action is southern Vermont's non-profit that promotes and strives to inspire writers, with workshops, open readings, writing contests and more. www.writeaction.org. We hope to see some of you there.
Anyone who thinks race does not skew the application of criminal justice in this country is just not paying close enough attention, Sen. Rand Paul writes for TIME, amid violence in Ferguson, Mo. over the police shooting death of Michael Brown
The shooting of 18-year-old Michael Brown is an awful tragedy that continues to send shockwaves through the community of Ferguson, Missouri and across the nation.
If I had been told to get out of the street as a teenager, there would have been a distinct possibility that I might have smarted off. But, I wouldn’t have expected to be shot.
On Thursday, August 21, the West Brattleboro Association will present its first free movie night. “Triplets of Belleville” (appropriate for families) will be shown at dusk outdoors next to the West Brattleboro Fire Station. There will be movie shorts beginning at 7:30 followed by the main feature at 8.
At 7 pm bike-powered smoothies from the Bellows Falls Community Bike Project will be for sale. There will be music and circus toys. There will also be ice cream donated by the Chelsea Diner and free popcorn.
Why The Moody Blues? Well, it seems like they have been coming up in conversation a lot lately.
For all of you who need to have the Blues this weekend.
Notice is hereby given that the Democratic Town Committee of Brattleboro will hold a caucus for the purpose of electing nominees to stand for election as justice of the peace on the 2014 general election ballot.
The meeting will be held at Brattleboro Savings & Loan (in the community room around behind the building) on August 19, 2014 at 7:30 p.m. If no one is at the door, there is a doorbell which will alert someone to let you in. (This is especially important if you're a couple of minutes late, or as we Democrats say, "on time.")
Southeastern Vermont Watershed Alliance’s (SeVWA’s) water quality monitoring program was begun about 10 years ago. At that time, the organization was known as West River Watershed Alliance (WRWA). In 2014 there are 26 river and stream sites that SeVWA is monitoring and those sites are in the West River and Williams River watersheds and along the Saxtons River and Whetstone Brook. There are 26 volunteers that sample at those sites every 2 weeks during the summer, with 8 additional volunteers filling-in for the “regulars” on occasional days during the monitoring season. This summer the river monitoring program began on Wednesday, June 18th. The last 2014 sampling date at all sites will be on August 27th.
August 15, 2014
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
Milling of three streets was completed on Thursday and clean up around structures and along curb lines is taking place as planned on Friday. Resurfacing has been pushed back to Wednesday and Thursday, August 20-21. The tentative schedule has Lane Construction starting on Cotton Mill Hill, followed by Fairground Road and Birge Street. The second day would be Chapin, Grove Street and finally on Guilford Street. This can change with rainy weather between now and then.
Aug. 15th. Here in the same spot. When we came in here the supply trains were just coming
in. The report was that the whole of the cavalry train of thirty-five wagons had been captured by guerillas that came through Snicker's Gap. Our train was in the rear, the cavalry train in the center of the train guarded by hundred days men. They run without firing a gun, in fact, there was no firing on either side. That was all true, but last night we heard the rest of the story. Our cavalry in small force came up before they had time to remove the wagons or the supplies. There was a paymaster and his wagon, and money with the train. They had got the paymaster and had just got the money out and were opening the box but got none of the money. Others were taking off the mules. The cavalry retook all except the paymaster and a few of the mules. My informant said that he saw 16 of the guerillas that were captured and that there were others, so that and that Snicker's Gap region is an infernal one. They care but little for anything but the plunder.
This SATURDAY (8/16) we will be extending our hours from noon till 8 pm. Come join us for alfresco dinner with a view of the river!
139 Main Street, down the alley toward the Hooker-Dunham theater
(regular hours are Tuesday through Saturday noon to 3)