Randolph VT Upcoming Community Events

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BETHEL CHEERLEADING

Wednesday, June 19, 2024 - 5:00pm to 6:30pm06/19/2024 9:00pm BETHEL CHEERLEADING SPRINGBOARD FLOOR SPACE RESERVED FOR PRIVATE USE Motio Recreation Center RACDC info@racdc.com America/New_York public
Motio Recreation Center
SPRINGBOARD FLOOR SPACE RESERVED FOR PRIVATE USE

Bingo

Wednesday, June 19, 2024 - 5:30pm06/19/2024 9:30pm Bingo The East Valley Community Group is excited to host Bingo at the East Valley Community Hall again this summer! Our first game will be on June 19 and we will continue through August 28. Doors open and sales begin at 5:30pm and the game starts at 6pm. In addition to Bingo, we have an extensive raffle table with lots of exciting prizes and breakaway tickets for more ways to win! East Valley Community Hall, East Randolph, VT RACDC info@racdc.com America/New_York public
East Valley Community Hall, East Randolph, VT
The East Valley Community Group is excited to host Bingo at the East Valley Community Hall again this summer! Our first game will be on June 19 and we will continue through August 28. Doors open and sales begin at 5:30pm and the game starts at 6pm. In addition to Bingo, we have an extensive raffle table with lots of exciting prizes and breakaway tickets for more ways to win!

Brookfield Public Safety Advisory Committee Meeting

Wednesday, June 19, 2024 - 5:30pm to 7:15pm06/19/2024 9:30pm Brookfield Public Safety Advisory Committee Meeting BROOKFIELD PUBLIC SAFETY ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETING Wednesday, June 19, 2024, 5:30 PM Brookfield Town Office, 40 Ralph Road, Brookfield, VT AGENDA A. 5:30: Call to Order. B. Review, and revise or approve the, May 22 2024 meeting minutes. C. Questions or issues brought by members of the public. D. Guest: Jon Jickling, Town Forester- the Current Status of the Emerald Ash Borer in Brookfield and the Surrounding Area. E. Review and Discussion of Recent Legislative Changes to Public Meeting Law. F. Review and discussion of a Brookfield Public Safety Advisory Committee meeting protocol. G. Review and Discussion of OCSD activities including patrol hours, bills and reports. H. Review and Discussion of Goals and Objectives for Windsor County Sheriff's Department (WCSD) provision of Law Enforcement Services to Brookfield in FY2025. I. Orange County Joint Select Board Law Enforcement Committee Status. J. Emergency Management Shelter Volunteer Program Status. K. E-911 House Number Signs Project Status. L. Traffic, Parking, No Parking and Road Name Sign Progress. M. July 2024 Public Safety Message. N. Acknowledging the time and date of the next meeting. O. Inviting one or more guest(s) to the next meeting (July). P. Final Public Comment. Q. Entertain a motion to adjourn the meeting. Brookfield Town Office, 40 Ralph Rd, RACDC info@racdc.com America/New_York public
Brookfield Town Office, 40 Ralph Rd,
BROOKFIELD PUBLIC SAFETY ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETING Wednesday, June 19, 2024, 5:30 PM Brookfield Town Office, 40 Ralph Road, Brookfield, VT AGENDA A. 5:30: Call to Order. B. Review, and revise or approve the, May 22 2024 meeting minutes. C. Questions or issues brought by members of the public. D. Guest: Jon Jickling, Town Forester- the Current Status of the Emerald Ash Borer in Brookfield and the Surrounding Area. E. Review and Discussion of Recent Legislative Changes to Public Meeting Law. F. Review and discussion of a Brookfield Public Safety Advisory Committee meeting protocol. G. Review and Discussion of OCSD activities including patrol hours, bills and reports. H. Review and Discussion of Goals and Objectives for Windsor County Sheriff's Department (WCSD) provision of Law Enforcement Services to Brookfield in FY2025. I. Orange County Joint Select Board Law Enforcement Committee Status. J. Emergency Management Shelter Volunteer Program Status. K. E-911 House Number Signs Project Status. L. Traffic, Parking, No Parking and Road Name Sign Progress. M. July 2024 Public Safety Message. N. Acknowledging the time and date of the next meeting. O. Inviting one or more guest(s) to the next meeting (July). P. Final Public Comment. Q. Entertain a motion to adjourn the meeting.

Bingo

Wednesday, June 19, 2024 - 5:30pm06/19/2024 9:30pm Bingo The East Valley Community Group is excited to host Bingo at the East Valley Community Hall again this summer! Our first game will be on June 19 and we will continue through August 28. Doors open and sales begin at 5:30pm and the game starts at 6pm. In addition to Bingo, we have an extensive raffle table with lots of exciting prizes and breakaway tickets for more ways to win! East Valley Community Hall, East Randolph, VT RACDC info@racdc.com America/New_York public
East Valley Community Hall, East Randolph, VT
The East Valley Community Group is excited to host Bingo at the East Valley Community Hall again this summer! Our first game will be on June 19 and we will continue through August 28. Doors open and sales begin at 5:30pm and the game starts at 6pm. In addition to Bingo, we have an extensive raffle table with lots of exciting prizes and breakaway tickets for more ways to win!

Cool Off and Win Cash: Vermont State U Randolph

Wednesday, June 19, 2024 - 6:00pm to 8:00pm06/19/2024 10:00pm Cool Off and Win Cash: Vermont State U Randolph Take some time this summer to test your luck with the randomness that is bingo! Vermont State University Randolph Faculty, Staff and Community Bingo is at 6 p.m. Wednesday, June 19 in the Campus Center on the Randolph Campus. All members of the community are welcome. This is a fundraiser for the food shelves on campus. $5 for 3x10 and $10 for 9x10. Please bring a non-perishable food item to be entered into a raffle. Contact Patrick.Connolly3@VermontState.edu with questions. 124 Admin Drive, Randolph Center, VT RACDC info@racdc.com America/New_York public
124 Admin Drive, Randolph Center, VT
Take some time this summer to test your luck with the randomness that is bingo! Vermont State University Randolph Faculty, Staff and Community Bingo is at 6 p.m. Wednesday, June 19 in the Campus Center on the Randolph Campus. All members of the community are welcome. This is a fundraiser for the food shelves on campus. $5 for 3x10 and $10 for 9x10. Please bring a non-perishable food item to be entered into a raffle. Contact Patrick.Connolly3@VermontState.edu with questions.

OSSD June Board Meeting Moved to June 19

Wednesday, June 19, 2024 - 6:00pm06/19/2024 10:00pm OSSD June Board Meeting Moved to June 19 Dear OSSD Community, Please note that the June meeting of the OSSD School Board has been shifted until next week, Wednesday June 19th to avoid conflicting with end-of-school-year events. The meeting will take place at Braintree Elementary starting at 6pm, with a remote option available (info below). Everyone is welcome to attend. Sincerely, Hannah Arias, Chair OSSD Board Meeting ID http://meet.google.com/ozc-mqiq-hbw Phone Numbers (US)+1 224-306-2940 PIN: 163526 875# RACDC info@racdc.com America/New_York public
Dear OSSD Community, Please note that the June meeting of the OSSD School Board has been shifted until next week, Wednesday June 19th to avoid conflicting with end-of-school-year events. The meeting will take place at Braintree Elementary starting at 6pm, with a remote option available (info below). Everyone is welcome to attend. Sincerely, Hannah Arias, Chair OSSD Board Meeting ID http://meet.google.com/ozc-mqiq-hbw Phone Numbers (US)+1 224-306-2940 PIN: 163526 875#

Parenting Support Group Weekly Walks & More!

Thursday, June 20, 2024 - 5:30pm06/20/2024 9:30pm Parenting Support Group Weekly Walks & More! Howdy neighbors, This is just an FYI to let others know that I'm starting a "moms" (all parents welcome) group for those of us raising kiddos in the Randolph area and neighboring towns. I have more information to share about the group but for now I just wanted to get weekly "stroller" walks on the calendar for those who can/want to join. The first one is 5/16 at 5:30pm. Meet up at the Brunswick school parking lot! If the location has to change, I will update this event posting. Email me to get more information about the group. I'm looking forward to meeting more of my fellow parents/caregivers! Brunswick School, Randolph, Vermont Campus, Stock Farm Road, Randolph, VT RACDC info@racdc.com America/New_York public
Brunswick School, Randolph, Vermont Campus, Stock Farm Road, Randolph, VT
Howdy neighbors, This is just an FYI to let others know that I'm starting a "moms" (all parents welcome) group for those of us raising kiddos in the Randolph area and neighboring towns. I have more information to share about the group but for now I just wanted to get weekly "stroller" walks on the calendar for those who can/want to join. The first one is 5/16 at 5:30pm. Meet up at the Brunswick school parking lot! If the location has to change, I will update this event posting. Email me to get more information about the group. I'm looking forward to meeting more of my fellow parents/caregivers!

Healthy Rivers and Flood Resilience Program

Thursday, June 20, 2024 - 7:00pm to 8:30pm06/20/2024 11:00pm Healthy Rivers and Flood Resilience Program On Thursday, June 20 at 7 PM, White River Partnership watershed scientist Dan (Rudi) Ruddell will give an illustrated presentation on "Healthy Rivers and Flood Resilience" at the Old Town Hall in Brookfield's Pond Village. He will discuss ways to improve the water quality and wildlife habitat of our streams and rivers and alleviate flooding. This program is co-sponsored by the Brookfield Conservation Commission and Brookfield Community Partnership and is free. Brookfield, VT RACDC info@racdc.com America/New_York public
Brookfield, VT
On Thursday, June 20 at 7 PM, White River Partnership watershed scientist Dan (Rudi) Ruddell will give an illustrated presentation on "Healthy Rivers and Flood Resilience" at the Old Town Hall in Brookfield's Pond Village. He will discuss ways to improve the water quality and wildlife habitat of our streams and rivers and alleviate flooding. This program is co-sponsored by the Brookfield Conservation Commission and Brookfield Community Partnership and is free.

Make Music Vermont in Randolph June 21

Friday, June 21, 2024 - 10:00am to 10:00pm06/21/2024 2:00pm Make Music Vermont in Randolph June 21 Randolph Village will celebrate International Make Music Day, a global annual event featuring free, live musical performances and events on the longest day of the year. This marks Randolph's fifth Make Music Vermont celebration with a full day of free music programming for all. This year's festivities are organized in collaboration with The Underground - Recording Studio and Listening Room, Chandler Center for the Arts, and the White River Craft Center. Celebrating Randolph's vibrant musical culture, the festival will showcase thirteen diverse performances throughout the day. Chloe Powell, Chandler's Executive Director, shares, "With the event falling on a Friday, we decided to go really big this year! We're so excited to welcome Dobet Gnahore'. She knocked everyone's socks off when she performed at Feast and Field in 2022, and we are so grateful for a matching grant from NEFA (New England Foundation for the Arts to help bring her." New this year: A mainstage event in the Trillium Parking Lot, starting at 6 pm with performances by Krishna Guthrie Band, acclaimed Dobet Gnahore joined by her band, and a DJ set to close the night. Schedule of Performances: 10 am: Church Bells 10 - 12 pm: Ali T at Wee Bird Bagel Cafe 11 - 12 pm: Fiona and Emmett Stowell at Kimball Public Library 12 - 2 pm: Em & Nat at The Gear House 12 - 2 pm: Oum Kamar at Saap 12 - 12:30 pm: Path of Totality at Chef's Market 1 - 3 pm: The Village Idiots at Chef's Market 2 - 4 pm: Dave Wrong with Brian Tonks at 14 North Main (Third Branch Pottery Supply, Windy Lane Bakehouse and Sweet Scoops) 3 - 4 pm: Second Wind at Chef's Market 4 - 5 pm: EZ Tyger at Brainstorm Art Supply 5 - 6 pm: Singing workshop with Dobet Gnahoré at Chandler Center for the Arts 6 - 7:15 pm: Krishna Guthrie Band at Trillium Plaza 7:30 - 9 pm: Dobet Gnahoré at Trillium Plaza 9 - 10 pm: DJ Denisova at Trillium Plaza Big Heavy World, a Burlington-based non-profit, coordinates and promotes Make Music Vermont and the statewide calendar of events. However, no town goes as big as Randolph. By participating in Make Music Day, Randolph organizers aim to attract more visitors to discover and enjoy the rich cultural life the town offers. This event is made possible by the support of local businesses hosting performances and the talented musicians participating. Sponsors and co-organizers include Chandler Center for the Arts, The Underground - Recording Studio and Listening Room, and the White River Craft Center. For full event details and contact information, visit https://www.chandler-arts.org/makemusicday See you there! Randolph, VT RACDC info@racdc.com America/New_York public
Randolph, VT
Randolph Village will celebrate International Make Music Day, a global annual event featuring free, live musical performances and events on the longest day of the year. This marks Randolph's fifth Make Music Vermont celebration with a full day of free music programming for all. This year's festivities are organized in collaboration with The Underground - Recording Studio and Listening Room, Chandler Center for the Arts, and the White River Craft Center. Celebrating Randolph's vibrant musical culture, the festival will showcase thirteen diverse performances throughout the day. Chloe Powell, Chandler's Executive Director, shares, "With the event falling on a Friday, we decided to go really big this year! We're so excited to welcome Dobet Gnahore'. She knocked everyone's socks off when she performed at Feast and Field in 2022, and we are so grateful for a matching grant from NEFA (New England Foundation for the Arts to help bring her." New this year: A mainstage event in the Trillium Parking Lot, starting at 6 pm with performances by Krishna Guthrie Band, acclaimed Dobet Gnahore joined by her band, and a DJ set to close the night. Schedule of Performances: 10 am: Church Bells 10 - 12 pm: Ali T at Wee Bird Bagel Cafe 11 - 12 pm: Fiona and Emmett Stowell at Kimball Public Library 12 - 2 pm: Em & Nat at The Gear House 12 - 2 pm: Oum Kamar at Saap 12 - 12:30 pm: Path of Totality at Chef's Market 1 - 3 pm: The Village Idiots at Chef's Market 2 - 4 pm: Dave Wrong with Brian Tonks at 14 North Main (Third Branch Pottery Supply, Windy Lane Bakehouse and Sweet Scoops) 3 - 4 pm: Second Wind at Chef's Market 4 - 5 pm: EZ Tyger at Brainstorm Art Supply 5 - 6 pm: Singing workshop with Dobet Gnahoré at Chandler Center for the Arts 6 - 7:15 pm: Krishna Guthrie Band at Trillium Plaza 7:30 - 9 pm: Dobet Gnahoré at Trillium Plaza 9 - 10 pm: DJ Denisova at Trillium Plaza Big Heavy World, a Burlington-based non-profit, coordinates and promotes Make Music Vermont and the statewide calendar of events. However, no town goes as big as Randolph. By participating in Make Music Day, Randolph organizers aim to attract more visitors to discover and enjoy the rich cultural life the town offers. This event is made possible by the support of local businesses hosting performances and the talented musicians participating. Sponsors and co-organizers include Chandler Center for the Arts, The Underground - Recording Studio and Listening Room, and the White River Craft Center. For full event details and contact information, visit https://www.chandler-arts.org/makemusicday See you there!

Potter's Angels Rescue at Randolph Farmer's Market!

Saturday, June 22, 2024 - 9:00am to 12:00pm06/22/2024 1:00pm Potter's Angels Rescue at Randolph Farmer's Market! Potters will be having a table at this season's farmer's market! We will bring Dogs, Treats, Refreshments, and homemade items to sell for donations! If you are interested in volunteering, offering up items to support our cause, or just want to meet a dog, feel free to message me! Gifford Medical Center, South Main Street, Randolph, VT RACDC info@racdc.com America/New_York public
Gifford Medical Center, South Main Street, Randolph, VT
Potters will be having a table at this season's farmer's market! We will bring Dogs, Treats, Refreshments, and homemade items to sell for donations! If you are interested in volunteering, offering up items to support our cause, or just want to meet a dog, feel free to message me!

Cats Eye Pottery & New England Prospecting Gift Shop

Saturday, June 22, 2024 - 10:00am to Sunday, June 23, 2024 - 3:00pm06/22/2024 2:00pm Cats Eye Pottery & New England Prospecting Gift Shop Featuring local rustic handbuilt pottery from Cats Eye Pottery; Vermont mineral samples and garden stone decor from New England Prospecting; small batch spice rubs, jams and jellies, ice cream sauces, fresh veggies/herbs, and duck eggs fresh from our farm. 544 Blanchard Rd West Brookfield RACDC info@racdc.com America/New_York public
544 Blanchard Rd West Brookfield
Featuring local rustic handbuilt pottery from Cats Eye Pottery; Vermont mineral samples and garden stone decor from New England Prospecting; small batch spice rubs, jams and jellies, ice cream sauces, fresh veggies/herbs, and duck eggs fresh from our farm.

Birthday Party

Saturday, June 22, 2024 - 10:00am to 12:00pm06/22/2024 2:00pm Birthday Party Abbie Williams Motio Recreation Center RACDC info@racdc.com America/New_York public
Motio Recreation Center
Abbie Williams

Birthday Party

Saturday, June 22, 2024 - 1:00pm to 3:00pm06/22/2024 5:00pm Birthday Party Grace Pejouhy Motio Recreation Center RACDC info@racdc.com America/New_York public
Motio Recreation Center
Grace Pejouhy

Sundae Funday: Ice Cream Social in Brookfield

Sunday, June 23, 2024 - 2:00pm to 4:00pm06/23/2024 6:00pm Sundae Funday: Ice Cream Social in Brookfield Enjoy an ice cream sundae AND learn more about all kinds of services available to community members! 2-4pm Sunday, June 23rd Brookfield Old Town Hall 93 Stone Road, Pond Village Representatives from the Orange County Parent Child Center, Randolph Area Food Shelf, SASH (Support and Services at Home), CLIC (Community Legal Information Center), and many more organizations will be there to tell you how they can help. PLUS enter a prize drawing! PS Stop in at the Repair Fair at the Floating Bridge to get a bike tuned, clothing mended, or appliance repaired. Same day, same time! A collaboration of the Brookfield Community Partnership, Brookfield Public Library, Chandler Center for the Arts, Randolph Noon Rotary, and Kimball Library. 93 Stone Rd, Brookfield, VT RACDC info@racdc.com America/New_York public
93 Stone Rd, Brookfield, VT
Enjoy an ice cream sundae AND learn more about all kinds of services available to community members! 2-4pm Sunday, June 23rd Brookfield Old Town Hall 93 Stone Road, Pond Village Representatives from the Orange County Parent Child Center, Randolph Area Food Shelf, SASH (Support and Services at Home), CLIC (Community Legal Information Center), and many more organizations will be there to tell you how they can help. PLUS enter a prize drawing! PS Stop in at the Repair Fair at the Floating Bridge to get a bike tuned, clothing mended, or appliance repaired. Same day, same time! A collaboration of the Brookfield Community Partnership, Brookfield Public Library, Chandler Center for the Arts, Randolph Noon Rotary, and Kimball Library.

Free Repair Fair in Pond Village

Sunday, June 23, 2024 - 2:00pm to 4:00pm06/23/2024 6:00pm Free Repair Fair in Pond Village Need a lamp repaired? or socks darned? A shirt mended? or a bike fixed? Bring the thing you need fixed to the Repair Fair! 2-4pm. Sunday, June 23 Hippo Park, by the Floating Bridge Pond Village (Brookfield) While you're at it, bring your swimsuit, too : ) PS Sundae Funday free ice cream social at the Brookfield Old Town Hall, same day, same time. A collaboration of BALE, the Sharon Energy Committee, and Kimball Library Hippo Park / Floating Bridge, Brookfield, VT RACDC info@racdc.com America/New_York public
Hippo Park / Floating Bridge, Brookfield, VT
Need a lamp repaired? or socks darned? A shirt mended? or a bike fixed? Bring the thing you need fixed to the Repair Fair! 2-4pm. Sunday, June 23 Hippo Park, by the Floating Bridge Pond Village (Brookfield) While you're at it, bring your swimsuit, too : ) PS Sundae Funday free ice cream social at the Brookfield Old Town Hall, same day, same time. A collaboration of BALE, the Sharon Energy Committee, and Kimball Library

Free Kids' Camp at Baptist Fellowship of Randolph

Monday, June 24, 2024 - 9:00am to Friday, June 28, 2024 - 12:00pm06/24/2024 1:00pm Free Kids' Camp at Baptist Fellowship of Randolph Welcome to Camp Fellowship for ages 5-10! It's free! Reserve your campers spot now! June 24-28 from 9 a.m. to noon. Ages 8-10 have 4 camps to choose from: Crafts, Outdoor Adventure, Performance Arts, and Wood & Leather. Ages 5-7 have 3 camps to choose from: Crafts, Outdoor Adventure, and Performance Arts. All campers will meet together at the beginning of the day to sing and learn about God. Then the campers will break into their specific camps. The campers will have a snack break about halfway through their camp session. Click here to register and reserve your child's spot: https://bfr.churchcenter.com/registrations/events/2309333 The Baptist Fellowship of Randolph, Vermont 66, Randolph, VT RACDC info@racdc.com America/New_York public
The Baptist Fellowship of Randolph, Vermont 66, Randolph, VT
Welcome to Camp Fellowship for ages 5-10! It's free! Reserve your campers spot now! June 24-28 from 9 a.m. to noon. Ages 8-10 have 4 camps to choose from: Crafts, Outdoor Adventure, Performance Arts, and Wood & Leather. Ages 5-7 have 3 camps to choose from: Crafts, Outdoor Adventure, and Performance Arts. All campers will meet together at the beginning of the day to sing and learn about God. Then the campers will break into their specific camps. The campers will have a snack break about halfway through their camp session. Click here to register and reserve your child's spot: https://bfr.churchcenter.com/registrations/events/2309333

June 24: Yoga & Herbs Class at Brookfield OTH

Monday, June 24, 2024 - 6:00pm to 7:30pm06/24/2024 10:00pm June 24: Yoga & Herbs Class at Brookfield OTH Bridge somatic movement and the physical and energetic bodies in this integrative experience with local Clinical Herbalist, herb farmer, and yoga teacher (YTT-200), Sarah Shaw. This 90-minute session practice will weave together yoga with a selection of herbs to rejuvenate the nervous system, calm the mind, and enliven the spirit. The experience will include breathwork and meditation, yoga sequences, and herbal therapeutics featuring a selection of locally abundant plants. Participants can expect to learn about and experience various herbs via aromatherapy, tea, and topical oils that can be combined with a holistic yoga practice for a unique embodied experience. No prior yoga or herbal knowledge necessary – this will be a restorative movement and educational experience that engages all of the senses. Please bring a yoga mat or towel and any other props desired (a small amount of yoga blocks will be available). This class is offered on a sliding scale donation basis, $5-$15. Pre-registration is requested for this class, please email sarah@hillsidebotanicals.com. Brookfield Old Town Hall, Stone Road, Brookfield, VT RACDC info@racdc.com America/New_York public
Brookfield Old Town Hall, Stone Road, Brookfield, VT
Bridge somatic movement and the physical and energetic bodies in this integrative experience with local Clinical Herbalist, herb farmer, and yoga teacher (YTT-200), Sarah Shaw. This 90-minute session practice will weave together yoga with a selection of herbs to rejuvenate the nervous system, calm the mind, and enliven the spirit. The experience will include breathwork and meditation, yoga sequences, and herbal therapeutics featuring a selection of locally abundant plants. Participants can expect to learn about and experience various herbs via aromatherapy, tea, and topical oils that can be combined with a holistic yoga practice for a unique embodied experience. No prior yoga or herbal knowledge necessary – this will be a restorative movement and educational experience that engages all of the senses. Please bring a yoga mat or towel and any other props desired (a small amount of yoga blocks will be available). This class is offered on a sliding scale donation basis, $5-$15. Pre-registration is requested for this class, please email sarah@hillsidebotanicals.com.

Notice of Public Hearing - Randolph DRB

Monday, June 24, 2024 - 7:00pm to 8:30pm06/24/2024 11:00pm Notice of Public Hearing - Randolph DRB On Monday, June 24, 2024, the Development Review Board will meet at 7:00 PM. The meeting will be hybrid, with physical attendance possible at the Town Office conference room at 7 Summer Street. Digital attendance is possible via Zoom: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/2271876830 Meeting ID: 227 187 6830 By phone only – (929) 436-2866. The DRB will consider the following agenda items and Zoning applications: 1. Call to Order. 2. Public Comment: For items not on this agenda. 3. Consider Approving Prior Meeting Minutes. 4. New Business: • Mark McKinstry Zoning Permit Application – Beanville Road, Wellington Properties Lot #2. Proposing a Contractor's Yard. 5. Old Business / Continuations • Continuation of Dybvig zoning permit application. 6. Adjourn Town Office conference room at 7 Summer Street RACDC info@racdc.com America/New_York public
Town Office conference room at 7 Summer Street
On Monday, June 24, 2024, the Development Review Board will meet at 7:00 PM. The meeting will be hybrid, with physical attendance possible at the Town Office conference room at 7 Summer Street. Digital attendance is possible via Zoom: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/2271876830 Meeting ID: 227 187 6830 By phone only – (929) 436-2866. The DRB will consider the following agenda items and Zoning applications: 1. Call to Order. 2. Public Comment: For items not on this agenda. 3. Consider Approving Prior Meeting Minutes. 4. New Business: • Mark McKinstry Zoning Permit Application – Beanville Road, Wellington Properties Lot #2. Proposing a Contractor's Yard. 5. Old Business / Continuations • Continuation of Dybvig zoning permit application. 6. Adjourn

YOUTH CLIMBING CLUB

Tuesday, June 25, 2024 - 4:00pm to 5:00pm06/25/2024 8:00pm YOUTH CLIMBING CLUB   Learn to rock climb in a positive and supportive environment among friends with JLynn our climbing professional! Participants can practice different climbing techniques, learn how to climb and design routes, and get certified to belay their friends!   Cost: $20 for non-members ; $10 for members (sign up for 6 weeks and get one free) Motio Recreation Center RACDC info@racdc.com America/New_York public
Motio Recreation Center
  Learn to rock climb in a positive and supportive environment among friends with JLynn our climbing professional! Participants can practice different climbing techniques, learn how to climb and design routes, and get certified to belay their friends!   Cost: $20 for non-members ; $10 for members (sign up for 6 weeks and get one free)

Dinnerware Place Setting Class - Tuesday Nights

Tuesday, June 25, 2024 - 6:00pm to 8:30pm06/25/2024 10:00pm Dinnerware Place Setting Class - Tuesday Nights **Dinnerware on the Wheel Class** Tuesdays 600-830PM | May 21 - July 2 (skipping June 11) Taught by Stephanie Tyler A 6-week series that introduces and explores the skills needed to produce dinnerware on the potter’s wheel. Students will be taught basic throwing, trimming, and glazing skills that they will explore throughout the 6 weeks with group and personalized instruction. Students will be encouraged to thoughtfully design a dinnerware place setting that is both functional and beautiful. Basic throwing skills will be helpful for this series, but class will be fun and a creative space to explore a new project. Cost of class includes 25lb bag of clay, firing of all pieces created and open studio time to practice. Additional clay, if needed, can be purchased. All levels of experience welcome! Tuition - $225/person. A $50 deposit is required to hold your spot and is non-refundable unless the class is canceled by the studio. Class dates may change due to weather - If a class is canceled due to weather, an extra class will be added to the end date to make-up the missed class. Third Branch Pottery, 15 N. Main Street, Randolph, VT 05060 RACDC info@racdc.com America/New_York public
Third Branch Pottery, 15 N. Main Street, Randolph, VT 05060
**Dinnerware on the Wheel Class** Tuesdays 600-830PM | May 21 - July 2 (skipping June 11) Taught by Stephanie Tyler A 6-week series that introduces and explores the skills needed to produce dinnerware on the potter’s wheel. Students will be taught basic throwing, trimming, and glazing skills that they will explore throughout the 6 weeks with group and personalized instruction. Students will be encouraged to thoughtfully design a dinnerware place setting that is both functional and beautiful. Basic throwing skills will be helpful for this series, but class will be fun and a creative space to explore a new project. Cost of class includes 25lb bag of clay, firing of all pieces created and open studio time to practice. Additional clay, if needed, can be purchased. All levels of experience welcome! Tuition - $225/person. A $50 deposit is required to hold your spot and is non-refundable unless the class is canceled by the studio. Class dates may change due to weather - If a class is canceled due to weather, an extra class will be added to the end date to make-up the missed class.

Free Webinar! IP Guide for Entrepreneurs & Businesses

Wednesday, June 26, 2024 - 4:00pm to 6:00pm06/26/2024 8:00pm Free Webinar! IP Guide for Entrepreneurs & Businesses Join Cultivator and the Vermont Small Business Law Center for an enlightening, interactive educational session. This virtual workshop is designed for small business owners and entrepreneurs, offering a comprehensive understanding of intellectual property (IP) fundamentals. Learn from an attorney specializing in trademarks, copyrights, patents, and trade secrets. Discover how and why to safeguard your business innovations and creations. Whether you're starting out or enhancing your IP strategy, this session will equip you with essential knowledge and tools. Don't miss this opportunity to protect and enhance your business assets! Interactive Q&A included, bring your questions! For full description: www.cultivatorvt.com Registration required: https://events.teams.microsoft.com/event/fb519db4-9e66-474d-96dd-a7f482210aa1@90f5fab2-316e-4486-adba-1f27527c20f6 RACDC info@racdc.com America/New_York public
Join Cultivator and the Vermont Small Business Law Center for an enlightening, interactive educational session. This virtual workshop is designed for small business owners and entrepreneurs, offering a comprehensive understanding of intellectual property (IP) fundamentals. Learn from an attorney specializing in trademarks, copyrights, patents, and trade secrets. Discover how and why to safeguard your business innovations and creations. Whether you're starting out or enhancing your IP strategy, this session will equip you with essential knowledge and tools. Don't miss this opportunity to protect and enhance your business assets! Interactive Q&A included, bring your questions! For full description: www.cultivatorvt.com Registration required: https://events.teams.microsoft.com/event/fb519db4-9e66-474d-96dd-a7f482210aa1@90f5fab2-316e-4486-adba-1f27527c20f6

BETHEL CHEERLEADING

Wednesday, June 26, 2024 - 5:00pm to 6:30pm06/26/2024 9:00pm BETHEL CHEERLEADING SPRINGBOARD FLOOR SPACE RESERVED FOR PRIVATE USE Motio Recreation Center RACDC info@racdc.com America/New_York public
Motio Recreation Center
SPRINGBOARD FLOOR SPACE RESERVED FOR PRIVATE USE

Bingo

Wednesday, June 26, 2024 - 5:30pm06/26/2024 9:30pm Bingo The East Valley Community Group is excited to host Bingo at the East Valley Community Hall again this summer! Our first game will be on June 19 and we will continue through August 28. Doors open and sales begin at 5:30pm and the game starts at 6pm. In addition to Bingo, we have an extensive raffle table with lots of exciting prizes and breakaway tickets for more ways to win! East Valley Community Hall, East Randolph, VT RACDC info@racdc.com America/New_York public
East Valley Community Hall, East Randolph, VT
The East Valley Community Group is excited to host Bingo at the East Valley Community Hall again this summer! Our first game will be on June 19 and we will continue through August 28. Doors open and sales begin at 5:30pm and the game starts at 6pm. In addition to Bingo, we have an extensive raffle table with lots of exciting prizes and breakaway tickets for more ways to win!

Medicaid for All

Wednesday, June 26, 2024 - 6:00pm06/26/2024 10:00pm Medicaid for All Are you tired of high insurance premiums, deductibles and out of pocket expenses, or necessary medications not being covered by insurance? Are you afraid of losing everything due to an unexpected illness or injury? Unable to leave your job because you're afraid of losing your health insurance? Or are you unable to access healthcare due to being uninsured? Join us at St. John's Episcopal Church at 15 Summer Street in Randolph on June 26 at 6PM for a conversation about our healthcare system and what we can do together to change it. Healthcare is a Human Right! RACDC info@racdc.com America/New_York public
Are you tired of high insurance premiums, deductibles and out of pocket expenses, or necessary medications not being covered by insurance? Are you afraid of losing everything due to an unexpected illness or injury? Unable to leave your job because you're afraid of losing your health insurance? Or are you unable to access healthcare due to being uninsured? Join us at St. John's Episcopal Church at 15 Summer Street in Randolph on June 26 at 6PM for a conversation about our healthcare system and what we can do together to change it. Healthcare is a Human Right!

Parenting Support Group Weekly Walks & More!

Thursday, June 27, 2024 - 5:30pm06/27/2024 9:30pm Parenting Support Group Weekly Walks & More! Howdy neighbors, This is just an FYI to let others know that I'm starting a "moms" (all parents welcome) group for those of us raising kiddos in the Randolph area and neighboring towns. I have more information to share about the group but for now I just wanted to get weekly "stroller" walks on the calendar for those who can/want to join. The first one is 5/16 at 5:30pm. Meet up at the Brunswick school parking lot! If the location has to change, I will update this event posting. Email me to get more information about the group. I'm looking forward to meeting more of my fellow parents/caregivers! Brunswick School, Randolph, Vermont Campus, Stock Farm Road, Randolph, VT RACDC info@racdc.com America/New_York public
Brunswick School, Randolph, Vermont Campus, Stock Farm Road, Randolph, VT
Howdy neighbors, This is just an FYI to let others know that I'm starting a "moms" (all parents welcome) group for those of us raising kiddos in the Randolph area and neighboring towns. I have more information to share about the group but for now I just wanted to get weekly "stroller" walks on the calendar for those who can/want to join. The first one is 5/16 at 5:30pm. Meet up at the Brunswick school parking lot! If the location has to change, I will update this event posting. Email me to get more information about the group. I'm looking forward to meeting more of my fellow parents/caregivers!

Potter's Angels Rescue at Randolph Farmer's Market!

Saturday, June 29, 2024 - 9:00am to 12:00pm06/29/2024 1:00pm Potter's Angels Rescue at Randolph Farmer's Market! Potters will be having a table at this season's farmer's market! We will bring Dogs, Treats, Refreshments, and homemade items to sell for donations! If you are interested in volunteering, offering up items to support our cause, or just want to meet a dog, feel free to message me! Gifford Medical Center, South Main Street, Randolph, VT RACDC info@racdc.com America/New_York public
Gifford Medical Center, South Main Street, Randolph, VT
Potters will be having a table at this season's farmer's market! We will bring Dogs, Treats, Refreshments, and homemade items to sell for donations! If you are interested in volunteering, offering up items to support our cause, or just want to meet a dog, feel free to message me!

Strawberry Supper

Saturday, June 29, 2024 - 5:00pm06/29/2024 9:00pm Strawberry Supper Middle Branch Grange at 78 Store Hill Rd in East Bethel is hosting its annual strawberry supper on June 29 at 5pm. Meals are take-out only and include pulled pork, baked beans, salads, and strawberry shortcake for $14. No reservation necessary. There will be some picnic tables available or bring your own chair! For info email: middlebranchgrange463@gmail.com, follow us on Facebook or call or text 802-291-1234. The membership appreciates the community's continued support while we work to rebuild our hall. We couldn't do it without you! 78 Store Hill Road, East Bethel VT RACDC info@racdc.com America/New_York public
78 Store Hill Road, East Bethel VT
Middle Branch Grange at 78 Store Hill Rd in East Bethel is hosting its annual strawberry supper on June 29 at 5pm. Meals are take-out only and include pulled pork, baked beans, salads, and strawberry shortcake for $14. No reservation necessary. There will be some picnic tables available or bring your own chair! For info email: middlebranchgrange463@gmail.com, follow us on Facebook or call or text 802-291-1234. The membership appreciates the community's continued support while we work to rebuild our hall. We couldn't do it without you!

YOUTH CLIMBING CLUB

Tuesday, July 2, 2024 - 4:00pm to 5:00pm07/02/2024 8:00pm YOUTH CLIMBING CLUB   Learn to rock climb in a positive and supportive environment among friends with JLynn our climbing professional! Participants can practice different climbing techniques, learn how to climb and design routes, and get certified to belay their friends!   Cost: $20 for non-members ; $10 for members (sign up for 6 weeks and get one free) Motio Recreation Center RACDC info@racdc.com America/New_York public
Motio Recreation Center
  Learn to rock climb in a positive and supportive environment among friends with JLynn our climbing professional! Participants can practice different climbing techniques, learn how to climb and design routes, and get certified to belay their friends!   Cost: $20 for non-members ; $10 for members (sign up for 6 weeks and get one free)

Dinnerware Place Setting Class - Tuesday Nights

Tuesday, July 2, 2024 - 6:00pm to 8:30pm07/02/2024 10:00pm Dinnerware Place Setting Class - Tuesday Nights **Dinnerware on the Wheel Class** Tuesdays 600-830PM | May 21 - July 2 (skipping June 11) Taught by Stephanie Tyler A 6-week series that introduces and explores the skills needed to produce dinnerware on the potter’s wheel. Students will be taught basic throwing, trimming, and glazing skills that they will explore throughout the 6 weeks with group and personalized instruction. Students will be encouraged to thoughtfully design a dinnerware place setting that is both functional and beautiful. Basic throwing skills will be helpful for this series, but class will be fun and a creative space to explore a new project. Cost of class includes 25lb bag of clay, firing of all pieces created and open studio time to practice. Additional clay, if needed, can be purchased. All levels of experience welcome! Tuition - $225/person. A $50 deposit is required to hold your spot and is non-refundable unless the class is canceled by the studio. Class dates may change due to weather - If a class is canceled due to weather, an extra class will be added to the end date to make-up the missed class. Third Branch Pottery, 15 N. Main Street, Randolph, VT 05060 RACDC info@racdc.com America/New_York public
Third Branch Pottery, 15 N. Main Street, Randolph, VT 05060
**Dinnerware on the Wheel Class** Tuesdays 600-830PM | May 21 - July 2 (skipping June 11) Taught by Stephanie Tyler A 6-week series that introduces and explores the skills needed to produce dinnerware on the potter’s wheel. Students will be taught basic throwing, trimming, and glazing skills that they will explore throughout the 6 weeks with group and personalized instruction. Students will be encouraged to thoughtfully design a dinnerware place setting that is both functional and beautiful. Basic throwing skills will be helpful for this series, but class will be fun and a creative space to explore a new project. Cost of class includes 25lb bag of clay, firing of all pieces created and open studio time to practice. Additional clay, if needed, can be purchased. All levels of experience welcome! Tuition - $225/person. A $50 deposit is required to hold your spot and is non-refundable unless the class is canceled by the studio. Class dates may change due to weather - If a class is canceled due to weather, an extra class will be added to the end date to make-up the missed class.

BETHEL CHEERLEADING

Wednesday, July 3, 2024 - 5:00pm to 6:30pm07/03/2024 9:00pm BETHEL CHEERLEADING SPRINGBOARD FLOOR SPACE RESERVED FOR PRIVATE USE Motio Recreation Center RACDC info@racdc.com America/New_York public
Motio Recreation Center
SPRINGBOARD FLOOR SPACE RESERVED FOR PRIVATE USE

Bingo

Wednesday, July 3, 2024 - 5:30pm07/03/2024 9:30pm Bingo The East Valley Community Group is excited to host Bingo at the East Valley Community Hall again this summer! Our first game will be on June 19 and we will continue through August 28. Doors open and sales begin at 5:30pm and the game starts at 6pm. In addition to Bingo, we have an extensive raffle table with lots of exciting prizes and breakaway tickets for more ways to win! East Valley Community Hall, East Randolph, VT RACDC info@racdc.com America/New_York public
East Valley Community Hall, East Randolph, VT
The East Valley Community Group is excited to host Bingo at the East Valley Community Hall again this summer! Our first game will be on June 19 and we will continue through August 28. Doors open and sales begin at 5:30pm and the game starts at 6pm. In addition to Bingo, we have an extensive raffle table with lots of exciting prizes and breakaway tickets for more ways to win!

Randolph Fourth of July Parade and Post-Parade Festival

Thursday, July 4, 2024 - 10:00am to 3:00pm07/04/2024 2:00pm Randolph Fourth of July Parade and Post-Parade Festival It is time to think about your parade entry! Our theme this year is "MADE IN THE USA" Here is the link to the parade entry form: https://whiterivervalleychamber.com/wp-content/uploads/2024-Parade-Entry-Form.pdf. Also, if you know a young person who would enjoy being the parade Prince or Princess, please nominate them! Here is the nomination form link: https://whiterivervalleychamber.com/wp-content/uploads/2024-Fourth-of-July-Parade-Princess-and-Prince-Nomination-Form.pdf. We are also seeking volunteers to serve as traffic/crowd control people. This is an important safety issue, and we need to have at least 8 more people signed up for this valuable contribution to the community! If you are willing to serve in this position, please contact the Chamber at 802-728-9027, or info@whiterivervalleychamber.com. Thank you! Randolph, VT RACDC info@racdc.com America/New_York public
Randolph, VT
It is time to think about your parade entry! Our theme this year is "MADE IN THE USA" Here is the link to the parade entry form: https://whiterivervalleychamber.com/wp-content/uploads/2024-Parade-Entry-Form.pdf. Also, if you know a young person who would enjoy being the parade Prince or Princess, please nominate them! Here is the nomination form link: https://whiterivervalleychamber.com/wp-content/uploads/2024-Fourth-of-July-Parade-Princess-and-Prince-Nomination-Form.pdf. We are also seeking volunteers to serve as traffic/crowd control people. This is an important safety issue, and we need to have at least 8 more people signed up for this valuable contribution to the community! If you are willing to serve in this position, please contact the Chamber at 802-728-9027, or info@whiterivervalleychamber.com. Thank you!

Parenting Support Group Weekly Walks & More!

Thursday, July 4, 2024 - 5:30pm07/04/2024 9:30pm Parenting Support Group Weekly Walks & More! Howdy neighbors, This is just an FYI to let others know that I'm starting a "moms" (all parents welcome) group for those of us raising kiddos in the Randolph area and neighboring towns. I have more information to share about the group but for now I just wanted to get weekly "stroller" walks on the calendar for those who can/want to join. The first one is 5/16 at 5:30pm. Meet up at the Brunswick school parking lot! If the location has to change, I will update this event posting. Email me to get more information about the group. I'm looking forward to meeting more of my fellow parents/caregivers! Brunswick School, Randolph, Vermont Campus, Stock Farm Road, Randolph, VT RACDC info@racdc.com America/New_York public
Brunswick School, Randolph, Vermont Campus, Stock Farm Road, Randolph, VT
Howdy neighbors, This is just an FYI to let others know that I'm starting a "moms" (all parents welcome) group for those of us raising kiddos in the Randolph area and neighboring towns. I have more information to share about the group but for now I just wanted to get weekly "stroller" walks on the calendar for those who can/want to join. The first one is 5/16 at 5:30pm. Meet up at the Brunswick school parking lot! If the location has to change, I will update this event posting. Email me to get more information about the group. I'm looking forward to meeting more of my fellow parents/caregivers!

First Friday! Merchants Row, Downtown Randolph

Friday, July 5, 2024 - 5:30pm to 7:30pm07/05/2024 9:30pm First Friday! Merchants Row, Downtown Randolph Join us for festive First Fridays June to October 5:30PM to 7:30PM. Live music, local artisans, community atmosphere, food, and kids crafts. Vendors please contact Laura@racdc.com Merchants Row between Main St. and Pleasant St. in Historic Downtown Randolph RACDC info@racdc.com America/New_York public
Merchants Row between Main St. and Pleasant St. in Historic Downtown Randolph
Join us for festive First Fridays June to October 5:30PM to 7:30PM. Live music, local artisans, community atmosphere, food, and kids crafts. Vendors please contact Laura@racdc.com

Hip Hop Night

Friday, July 5, 2024 - 7:00pm to 10:00pm07/05/2024 11:00pm Hip Hop Night Advance: $14 // Day of show: $17 Doors: 7:00 // Show: 7:30 All Ages BYOB Modist: Modist is a Vermont emcee who has been part of the scene for 12+ years. After a two year hiatus, and spending the last year and a half producing new music, Modist is ready to let it be known he's not going away any time soon. His music is a mixed bag of alternative hip hop, jazz, and emo. Claytone: Formerly known as Drive, Claytone is a lyricist first and foremost. With complex rhyme schemes, multifaceted lyrics, and a clear delivery he is looking to change the tone of Hip Hop as it's currently known. Whether venting or just enjoying the aspect of creating music Claytone has an emphasis on being true to himself and simply doing whatever comes to mind without worries of outside expectations. The Funky Diabetic: "The Funky Diabetic received nominations in no less than four categories in the VTHH Awards this (last) year. He's been turning heads with his straightforward, humble approach — and his bonkers energy onstage." - Vermont HipHop Big Homie Wes: Relevant name in hip hop Big Homie Wes has spent over a decade learning song writing, music production, DJ'ing, engineering and recording. Phil Dog: Rapper from San Bernardino, California. The Underground - Listening Room, 24 Pleasant Street, Randolph, VT 05060 RACDC info@racdc.com America/New_York public
The Underground - Listening Room, 24 Pleasant Street, Randolph, VT 05060
Advance: $14 // Day of show: $17 Doors: 7:00 // Show: 7:30 All Ages BYOB Modist: Modist is a Vermont emcee who has been part of the scene for 12+ years. After a two year hiatus, and spending the last year and a half producing new music, Modist is ready to let it be known he's not going away any time soon. His music is a mixed bag of alternative hip hop, jazz, and emo. Claytone: Formerly known as Drive, Claytone is a lyricist first and foremost. With complex rhyme schemes, multifaceted lyrics, and a clear delivery he is looking to change the tone of Hip Hop as it's currently known. Whether venting or just enjoying the aspect of creating music Claytone has an emphasis on being true to himself and simply doing whatever comes to mind without worries of outside expectations. The Funky Diabetic: "The Funky Diabetic received nominations in no less than four categories in the VTHH Awards this (last) year. He's been turning heads with his straightforward, humble approach — and his bonkers energy onstage." - Vermont HipHop Big Homie Wes: Relevant name in hip hop Big Homie Wes has spent over a decade learning song writing, music production, DJ'ing, engineering and recording. Phil Dog: Rapper from San Bernardino, California.

Pancake Breakfast at the Pond Village Church

Saturday, July 6, 2024 - 7:00am to 11:00am07/06/2024 11:00am Pancake Breakfast at the Pond Village Church Join us the first Saturday of the month throughout the summer & fall at the The Pond Village Church at 49 Ridge Road in Brookfield for: • Breakfast of pancakes (plain/blueberry/chocolate chip) with local maple syrup, bacon, home fries, juice, coffee, tea. • Bake Sale of delicious homemade pies, cakes & cookies • Shopping is also available with fresh maple syrup, handmade crafts, and more! 7 am - 11 am on: June 1 July 6 August 3 September 7 October 5 November 16 (Annual Hunter's Breakfast) Adults $10, Children $7 And don't forget our monthly Flea Market on the third Saturday of each month: June 15, July 20, August 17, September 21, October 19 49 Ridge Road, Brookfield, VT 05036 RACDC info@racdc.com America/New_York public
49 Ridge Road, Brookfield, VT 05036
Join us the first Saturday of the month throughout the summer & fall at the The Pond Village Church at 49 Ridge Road in Brookfield for: • Breakfast of pancakes (plain/blueberry/chocolate chip) with local maple syrup, bacon, home fries, juice, coffee, tea. • Bake Sale of delicious homemade pies, cakes & cookies • Shopping is also available with fresh maple syrup, handmade crafts, and more! 7 am - 11 am on: June 1 July 6 August 3 September 7 October 5 November 16 (Annual Hunter's Breakfast) Adults $10, Children $7 And don't forget our monthly Flea Market on the third Saturday of each month: June 15, July 20, August 17, September 21, October 19

Potter's Angels Rescue at Randolph Farmer's Market!

Saturday, July 6, 2024 - 9:00am to 12:00pm07/06/2024 1:00pm Potter's Angels Rescue at Randolph Farmer's Market! Potters will be having a table at this season's farmer's market! We will bring Dogs, Treats, Refreshments, and homemade items to sell for donations! If you are interested in volunteering, offering up items to support our cause, or just want to meet a dog, feel free to message me! Gifford Medical Center, South Main Street, Randolph, VT RACDC info@racdc.com America/New_York public
Gifford Medical Center, South Main Street, Randolph, VT
Potters will be having a table at this season's farmer's market! We will bring Dogs, Treats, Refreshments, and homemade items to sell for donations! If you are interested in volunteering, offering up items to support our cause, or just want to meet a dog, feel free to message me!

OSSD Elementary Summer Program July 8 - Aug. 2

Monday, July 8, 2024 (All day)07/08/2024 4:00am OSSD Elementary Summer Program July 8 - Aug. 2 From July 8 through Aug 2nd, OSSD will be offering a free elementary summer program for students from Braintree Elementary School, Brookfield Elementary School, and Randolph Elementary School. The program will run from 7:45 am to 12:15 pm Monday through Friday at the Braintree Elementary School campus. Busing will be provided both morning and afternoon. Bus routes to be set and announced at a later date. Breakfast and lunch will be provided. Each day will include math, literacy and fun activities. Daily programing will include activities to engage students: Cooking Sports Robotics Science Experiments Outdoor Adventures Art & Music For more information visit https://www.orangesouthwest.org/programs/summer-school RACDC info@racdc.com America/New_York public
From July 8 through Aug 2nd, OSSD will be offering a free elementary summer program for students from Braintree Elementary School, Brookfield Elementary School, and Randolph Elementary School. The program will run from 7:45 am to 12:15 pm Monday through Friday at the Braintree Elementary School campus. Busing will be provided both morning and afternoon. Bus routes to be set and announced at a later date. Breakfast and lunch will be provided. Each day will include math, literacy and fun activities. Daily programing will include activities to engage students: Cooking Sports Robotics Science Experiments Outdoor Adventures Art & Music For more information visit https://www.orangesouthwest.org/programs/summer-school

YOUTH CLIMBING CLUB

Tuesday, July 9, 2024 - 4:00pm to 5:00pm07/09/2024 8:00pm YOUTH CLIMBING CLUB   Learn to rock climb in a positive and supportive environment among friends with JLynn our climbing professional! Participants can practice different climbing techniques, learn how to climb and design routes, and get certified to belay their friends!   Cost: $20 for non-members ; $10 for members (sign up for 6 weeks and get one free) Motio Recreation Center RACDC info@racdc.com America/New_York public
Motio Recreation Center
  Learn to rock climb in a positive and supportive environment among friends with JLynn our climbing professional! Participants can practice different climbing techniques, learn how to climb and design routes, and get certified to belay their friends!   Cost: $20 for non-members ; $10 for members (sign up for 6 weeks and get one free)

BETHEL CHEERLEADING

Wednesday, July 10, 2024 - 5:00pm to 6:30pm07/10/2024 9:00pm BETHEL CHEERLEADING SPRINGBOARD FLOOR SPACE RESERVED FOR PRIVATE USE Motio Recreation Center RACDC info@racdc.com America/New_York public
Motio Recreation Center
SPRINGBOARD FLOOR SPACE RESERVED FOR PRIVATE USE