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Join us on Tuesday evenings for some paint party fun at The Marina! Be sure to pick up one of our frequent painters cards: come to 4 events and get the 5th one FREE. Beginners always welcome IMPORTANT NOTE: If you wish to be seated with friends, especially if you purchased tickets separately, PLEASE email me and let me know all the names in your party. Otherwise, I cannot guarantee you will sit together as seats are first come first served. kristina.wentzell@gmail.com 6:00-8:30pm art lesson 5:00pm Dinner (not incl. in price)You may also order food and drinks during the class. Uncork your creativity! Monadnock Art Parties put the emphasis on FUN! Art Parties are relaxed & casual events where beginners are encouraged. Keene artist, Kristina Wentzell will guide you step by step through the process of creating your own work of art. All materials are provided and everyone will go home with a painting they can be proud of. No experience necessary! All you need to bring is yourself.

Location: The Marina 28 Spring Tree Road Brattleboro, VT. | Start: 11/5/2019 6:00:00 PM End: 11/5/2019 8:00:00 PM
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Join us on Tuesday evenings for some paint party fun at The Marina! Be sure to pick up one of our frequent painters cards: come to 4 events and get the 5th one FREE. Beginners always welcome IMPORTANT NOTE: If you wish to be seated with friends, especially if you purchased tickets separately, PLEASE email me and let me know all the names in your party. Otherwise, I cannot guarantee you will sit together as seats are first come first served. kristina.wentzell@gmail.com 6:00-8:30pm art lesson 5:00pm Dinner (not incl. in price)You may also order food and drinks during the class. Uncork your creativity! Monadnock Art Parties put the emphasis on FUN! Art Parties are relaxed & casual events where beginners are encouraged. Keene artist, Kristina Wentzell will guide you step by step through the process of creating your own work of art. All materials are provided and everyone will go home with a painting they can be proud of. No experience necessary! All you need to bring is yourself.

Location: The Marina 28 Spring Tree Road Brattleboro, VT. | Start: 12/3/2019 6:00:00 PM End: 12/3/2019 8:00:00 PM
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Join us on Tuesday evenings for some paint party fun at The Marina! Be sure to pick up one of our frequent painters cards: come to 4 events and get the 5th one FREE. Beginners always welcome IMPORTANT NOTE: If you wish to be seated with friends, especially if you purchased tickets separately, PLEASE email me and let me know all the names in your party. Otherwise, I cannot guarantee you will sit together as seats are first come first served. kristina.wentzell@gmail.com 6:00-8:30pm art lesson 5:00pm Dinner (not incl. in price)You may also order food and drinks during the class. Uncork your creativity! Monadnock Art Parties put the emphasis on FUN! Art Parties are relaxed & casual events where beginners are encouraged. Keene artist, Kristina Wentzell will guide you step by step through the process of creating your own work of art. All materials are provided and everyone will go home with a painting they can be proud of. No experience necessary! All you need to bring is yourself.

Location: The Marina 28 Spring Tree Road Brattleboro, VT. | Start: 1/21/2020 6:00:00 PM End: 1/21/2020 8:00:00 PM
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Join us on Tuesday evenings for some paint party fun at The Marina! Be sure to pick up one of our frequent painters cards: come to 4 events and get the 5th one FREE. Beginners always welcome IMPORTANT NOTE: If you wish to be seated with friends, especially if you purchased tickets separately, PLEASE email me and let me know all the names in your party. Otherwise, I cannot guarantee you will sit together as seats are first come first served. kristina.wentzell@gmail.com 6:00-8:30pm art lesson 5:00pm Dinner (not incl. in price)You may also order food and drinks during the class. Uncork your creativity! Monadnock Art Parties put the emphasis on FUN! Art Parties are relaxed & casual events where beginners are encouraged. Keene artist, Kristina Wentzell will guide you step by step through the process of creating your own work of art. All materials are provided and everyone will go home with a painting they can be proud of. No experience necessary! All you need to bring is yourself.

Location: The Marina 28 Spring Tree Road Brattleboro, VT. | Start: 12/10/2019 6:00:00 PM End: 12/10/2019 8:00:00 PM
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Location: Gutterson Fieldhouse - University of Vermont 147 Spear Street Burlington, VT. | Start: 2/29/2020 7:05:00 PM End:
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Location: The Stone Church 210 Main Street Brattleboro, VT. | Start: 11/22/2019 8:00:00 PM End:
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Beginners will explore the basics of playing the "D" tin whistle by learning tunes, taught by ear, from Ireland and or Scotland. Sheet music will be available afterwards for those who read music. Materials: tin whistle - will have available for purchase at first class Week 1: Introduction to the instrument, playing and practicing the notes, learning a tune Week 2: Review of notes, introduction to different traditional dance tunes, presentation of one or two tunes Week 3: Review of notes and tunes learned, presentation of new tunes Week 4: Review of tunes learned, presentation of new tune, performance of tunes learned

Location: Continuing and Distance Education 322 South Prospect Street Burlington, VT. | Start: 10/3/2019 5:30:00 PM End: 10/3/2019 7:00:00 PM
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Join former Zen Monk, John Sojun Godfrey, to learn practical mindfulness techniques you can incorporate into daily life. Explore ways to enhance focus, attention, and awareness to your interactions with yourself, others, and the world around you. Everyone would like to be more mindful. The research is clear about the benefits of even a few minutes of mindful breathing everyday. But, when we practice mindfulness as just one more thing we need to do, it can actually create more stress in our lives. Mindfulness can be challenging to practice on our own, especially with a busy schedule, and to boot, many people feel they are uniquely incapable of being mindful. Bring a cushion or blanket, anything you need to feel comfortable sitting in a chair or on the floor. Materials: Please bring anything you need to feel comfortable sitting for up to 30 min. in a chair or on the floor, cushions, blankets, etc. Week 1: Introduction to the Domains of Mindful Practice Week 2: Focusing on the Senses Week 3: Focusing on the Body Week 4: Interpersonal Meditations

Location: Continuing and Distance Education 322 South Prospect Street Burlington, VT. | Start: 10/8/2019 5:30:00 PM End: 10/8/2019 6:30:00 PM
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Location: Foam Brewers 112 Lake St, Burlington, VT. | Start: 10/11/2019 7:00:00 PM End:
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First Saturday of the Month 10:00 AM-1:00 PM An introduction to the bewildering technologies that brought comfort, utility and beauty to the American Home. Prof. Fred Wiseman has lectured and written technical articles on American Antiques over the last 40 years and will share his insights, stories and elements of his collections in a series of Fall, 2019 presentations at the Ethan Allen Homestead. Syllabus 1. Of Time and Light: American Lighting Devices 1600-1850 Sept. 7 10:00 am - 1:00 pm Early American Lighting is a fascinating field of study for people interested in the history of science and technology, collecting or trading American antiques, and Early American interior design. Vermont is uniquely situated to represent not only the well-known British Tradition New England lighting, but until 1763, it represented the bewildering array French/Continental lamps and candleholders that would have appeared in Vermont New French marine, military and mission cabin interiors. Join Prof. Frederick M. Wiseman as he shares slides, stories and historic examples of almost forgotten Vermont lighting systems -- from Abenaki campfire "fire-lays" to the crude 16th century "Capstan" candlesticks of New France to Early Victorian Solar Lamps. In addition to history and technology, Wiseman will share insights and tips on collecting, restoring and using these beautiful traces of the past. Over forty examples of 1550-1850 AD Lighting Devices from Prof. Wiseman's research collection will be on display after the lecture. 2. The American Chair: Seating for the American Home, 1700-1850 Oct. 5 10:00 am - 1:00 pm The humble American chair is little thought about today but originally it was almost the throne of the Early American household. Join Prof. Frederick M. Wiseman as he shares slides, stories and historic examples of early American seating history and technology, from 1600's "joint stools" and Carver Chairs to the William and Mary Bannister-Backs, Queen Anne, and Chippendale seating of the18th century, to the "country" and formal seating of the Early and mid 19th century. Wiseman will also share his experiences and tips on collecting, restoring and using these useful traces of the past. Examples of 1700--1850 AD seating from Prof. Wiseman's research collection will be on display after the lecture. 3. Ceramics for America: English export early American pottery and porcelain. Nov. 2. 10:00 am - 1:00 pm Grandmother's Staffordshire Pottery that we display on the selves, never daring to use because of its fragility, is actually the lasting testament to a huge Ceramics industry centered at first in England, then in the United States. Join Professor Wiseman as he uses examples of Whieldon, Worcester and Bow 18th century china to explore the early "British-elite" uses of these wares. However, in the 19th century, a florescence of export wares specifically for the American middle class such as "King's Rose," "Strawberry, "Gaudy Dutch" and "Historical Staffordshire" came to define us as a people and became by 1850, as American as apple pie. Nuances of paste, glaze, decorative technique will help people to identify and date examples in their own collection or on internet auction sites. 4. Early American Electric Trains: Lionel Prewar, 1900-1942 Dec. 7. 10:00 am - 1:00 pm For the 2019 Christmas season, we leave the 17th to early 19th centuries, to explore Early American electric trains, of the 1910-1940 period --from the huge Standard Gauge behemoths such as the Lionel "State Set' to the little tinplate toys that were a child's introduction to the world of electric trains and the miniature landscapes they engendered. A lecture, slide show and display of actual Early American Trains will highlight the day. People are encouraged to bring in their antique trains for a quick appraisal and an assessment of their condition and possibility of restoring to running condition. Regular - $20.00 Full Series - $60.00

Location: Ethan Allen Homestead Ethan Allen Homestead Burlington, VT. | Start: 10/5/2019 10:00:00 AM End:
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