Cooking for Middle Schoolers program at Cedar Circle Farm.
Learn to cook in our ever changing dietary world. Mondays, November 11-December 16 from 3:30-5:15.
Cost: $150 for the 6-week session
As food sensitivities seem to be on the rise, we’ll be experimenting with alternatives to some of our favorite dishes. Middle school chefs will gain confidence in the kitchen by cooking main courses, baking desserts, and putting together snacks. We’ll use farm-fresh ingredients and will incorporate ones that are free from gluten, dairy, nuts, eggs, etc. Please note that all cooking projects during this session will be gluten free, and students will also learn how to cook for a variety of dietary restrictions throughout the session. Please sign up below:https://cedarcirclefarm.
Take Part in Research at Dartmouth
Drs. Diane Gilbert-Diamond and Jennifer Emond at Dartmouth College are currently recruiting participants for several studies that seek to understand how children and adolescents process information from visual media. Find the flyer with more information here.
Cartooning and Drawing Workshop with Dan Nott
Do you love to draw? Interested in learning some new tricks? Join local cartoonist Dan Nott for a workshop that will focus on learning to draw characters and environments, and how they can be combined into comics to tell stories. Beginners and advanced drawers are welcome!
Tuesday, Nov. 5 3:30-5:00
For students in grades 6th-8th
Registration required 640-3268
Dan Nott graduated from the Center for Cartoon Studies in 2018 and was the lead cartoonist on This is What Democracy Looks Like: A Graphic Guide to Governance
Support the HHS Musical
This year's High School musical, SHREK, demands a large orchestra. To offset costs, the theatre program has organized a Musical Theater Benefit Gala. Please join us for a formal evening of musical theatre, support the program, and hear our students and singers from the Northern Stage’s Bootcamp perform. We will even have some cameos from select staff members. Our own Lily Hochreiter will be in the closing number!
Date: Fri. Dec.6
Place: Briggs Opera House, WRJ VT https://m.bpt.me/event/4423074
Christmas Market with a Difference
The program is returning for its 30th year at Church of Christ at Dartmouth College (that's the white church with the steeple behind Baker-Berry Library on campus)
Thursday November 7, 10am–6pm
Friday November 8, 10am–6pm
Saturday November 9, 10am–2pm.
Twenty nonprofit organizations will be selling fair trade, handcrafted items made by artisans from around the world. The "difference" is that 100% of the proceeds go to the participating charitable organizations and their artisans. You can find jewelry, apparel, linens, baskets, toys, cards, specialty foods, and lots more. It's a great way to make a positive impact in the world...through shopping! Find out more at: www.facebook.com/
LISTEN Holiday Basket Information
The Listen Center is starting work on their Holiday Basket program. If you want more information about eligibility or ability to help, please follow the link:
Montshire Museum Programs!
Through the Montshire’s Warm Welcome program, eligible individuals can purchase a 6-person Montshire Membership for $20 or a single-day admission for $3 per person.
Monthly maker projects for 6 to 8 graders one Friday per month at the Montshire ($8 to $12): https://www.montshire.org/
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Ford Sayre Ski Sale
Sunday, November 3, 12:00-2:00
Richmond Middle School
Friday, Nov. 1, 6:00-7:30 and Saturday, Nov. 2, 9-11:00
General Ski Information
Ski Instruction and Training Programs
For Kids of All Ages
Registration is open and spots are still available!
Alpine, Nordic, Jumping and Recreation
Check us out and register online www.fordsayre.org
Whaleback Wednesday's are Back!
After-school ski/ride program for beginners-experts
Bus transportation from Ray School and back
Online registration is open!
or email Kristin Olmstead at firstname.lastname@example.org as she is the Whaleback Coordinator