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Posted: Wednesday, June 12, 2019
The Black River Action Team is hosting a cyanobacteria (toxic blue-green algae) monitoring training session on Thursday, July 18th from 5:30 - 7 PM in Springfield, VT. Directions and parking information will be given upon registration with Angela Shambaugh by emailing [email protected], or by calling BRAT Director Kelly Stettner and leaving your contact information at 802-738-0456.
Posted: Wednesday, June 5, 2019
Celebrate Summertime at Whiting Library, located on Main Street in Chester. The Library is a great place to get books and magazines to read in your lawn chair, movies to watch on rainy days, and CDs for listening as you drive. Here at the Library there are LEGOs for building, friendly story times and a "cosmic" summer reading program! The Whiting Library's Children Department will again participate the National Collaborative Summer Library Program. This year's theme is A Universe of Stories and we hope you'll join us for some fun space-themed activities, programs, and of course, prizes this summer!
Posted: Wednesday, June 5, 2019
Citizen science meets art, with a touch of whimsy thrown in for good measure! For seven weeks this summer, The Great Hall at One Hundred River Street hosts an exhibit by the Black River Action Team entitled "Our River Runs Through It: How we connect with the Black River." Everyone is invited to Opening Night on Friday, June 14th from 5-7pm to browse the displays, enter to win a prize, and enjoy some delectable munchies courtesy of the students and parents of Riverside Middle School as well as sandwiches and cookies from Artisan Eats Vermont of Hartland, VT.
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