Events


UPCOMING EVENTS TO MAKE NOTE OF:

Thursday, Jan 23, 30, Feb 6, 13 – 3pm-5pm at Meals on Wheels
Inter-Generational COOKIE BAKING – We’ve partnered with Meals on Wheels to bring a 4 week program of baking, this will include learning about ingredients, processes, professional cooking, packaging and distribution and will be done with the Elders in our community. Cookies will be packaged and distributed around the area to those who may not have access to sweet treats on Valentines day. A permission slip is necessary if your child would like to participate you can download it HERE


Thursday, Feb 13 – ALL DAY – Youth4Youth at the State House
Leadership Group To The Vermont State House – This is the continuation of our collaboration with Afterschool Vermont and the Vermont Youth 4 Youth Grant we received last year. The EEMC2 Leadership group will take a day off of school to visit the State House, meet with legislators and share their experiences of leadership, participatory budgeting and more. There is no cost but a permission slip is necessary to attend. Permission slip is HERE.


ONGOING EVENTS TO MAKE NOTE OF:

Every Thursday, 6-8pm
Table Tennis Thursdays – Ages 25+ only. Adult, pick up Table Tennis. Come test your skills, win some games and have some fun.

Every Thursday, 6-8pm
Table Tennis Thursdays – Ages 25+ only. Adult, pick up Table Tennis. Come test your skills, win some games and have some fun.


Every Tuesday, 5:30-7:30pm
Fatherhood group, open to any and all fathers and especially new and expectant fathers. Come meet other fathers, discuss the challenges and joys of fatherhood, get useful tips and general support from fathers who have been where you are.




CHECK OUT OUR CALENDAR FOR MORE:


PAST EVENTS:

On January 19th, we hosted “You Are Not Alone” where we invited our community to work on a variety of art projects to support our LGBTQ+ community. We believe that it is important for our LGBTQ+ community knows that we see you, we support you, and that you are not alone. This message is vital because our LGBTQ+ community is at higher risk to suffer from violence, bullying, isolation, and suicide. We also know that the message is universal for anyone who is having suicidal thoughts. Alongside each piece of art we provided resources for help and support. This project was made possible by support from the Vermont Community Foundation. Couldn’t make it? Join the conversation on our Facebook page.

On November 10, 2018 we hosted an Open House!

We’re proud to have been a Co-Sponsor of the NFI Family Center Conference on December 7, 2018.

On November 7 and 14, 2018, we attended Read With Me workshops offered at the Lamoille Family Center that provided information on social-emotional learning.

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