Wednesday, Jan. 30
Senior Center activities
BENNINGTON -- Bennington Senior Center activities will include the Movie from 1 to 3 p.m. "Shakespeare In Love," winner of seven Academy Awards. Zumba Gold will be held from 1:30 to 2:30 p.m.
Sunderland Selectboard/Plannig Board
Sunderland Elementary School Meeting, 6:30 p.m.
Agenda: Introduction of those present by chair; review and make changes to the Sunderland Flood Plain Regulations based on comments from the state. Woodford School District Board
Woodford Hollow School, 3:30 p.m.
Agenda: Warn annual meeting; public comments; finance/facilities: treasurer’s report -- November 2012, Dec. 2012 and Jan. 2013, budget status report; consent agenda: Minutes: Jan. 2,7,14 and 28, warrants; principal’s report; superintendent’s report; chair’s report; other; executive session for personnel and/or legal matters if necessary.
The Dorset School, 4 p.m.
Agenda: Executive Session Requested for Negotiations.
Bennington Cultural Summit
BENNINGTON -- The Bennington Cultural Summit: Arts as an Engine of Economic Development will be held on Sunday, Feb. 10, from 1 to 4 p.m. at the Mount Anthony Country Club.
All are welcome to a meet, greet and brainstorming session about how we can work together towards engaging and sustaining a creative economy in Bennington.
Everyone is welcome -- theatre artists, musicians, visual artists (2D & 3D), venue owners, art galleries, restaurants, chefs, vendors, suppliers, and educators. We want your brilliant ideas, creative solutions, passionate participation, and innovative strategies about attracting people to Bennington -- artists, businesses, tourists, anyone and everyone who wants to join us and to experience Bennington and its many creative assets at their best.
RSVP to the Better Bennington Corporation at 442-5758 or firstname.lastname@example.org. The Bennington Cultural Summit is sponsored by the Arts Committee of the Better Bennington Corp. (BBC) with support from the Bennington County Regional Commission.
Hoosick Falls Elementary School registration
HOOSICK FALLS, N.Y. -- Hoosick Falls Elementary School has started the process of creating a registry/mailing list of new students for the September 2013 Kindergarten class. If you have a child who will be 5 years old by Dec. 1, call the elementary office as soon as possible at 518-686-9492 to ensure your child’s name is placed on our mailing list. Kindergarten screening will occur during the week of June 17.
CAT-TV open house
BENNINGTON -- CAT-TV will hold an open house on Thursday, Feb. 7, beginning at 6 p.m. Why is CAT-TV having an Open House? Actually there are several reasons.
If you ever wondered what CAT-TV is all about, how you could become involved with the organization and what you could do once you are a member, this event is a must for you! Are you a person who has taken an orientation and classes many years ago and haven’t been to the station since they left the Masonic Temple building (were they first started out)? Things really have changed since then. CAT-TV has had an organization restructuring, added lots of new equipment, brought in new members and has a dedicated staff and board of directors. CAT-TV celebrated its’ twentieth anniversary in 2012.
Learn how CAT-TV operates seven days a week/twenty four hours a day and offers community bulletin board announcements, public service announcements, video production of local events and meetings to cablecast. Something new is that all of the meetings recorded by CAT-TV can be viewed on You-Tube.
Staff members will be on hand to provide information on upcoming classes, (hands on) demos with equipment, promoting programs and public service announcements for non-profit organizations and community events, guided tours, answer your questions, and more.
The CAT-TV studio is located at 625 Main St., across from Mahar Funeral Home, next to the First Baptist Church.
There will be free give-a-aways, and light refreshments. This event is open to everyone.
Tech night at library
POWNAL -- Tech Night will be held at the Pownal Library on Tuesday, Feb. 5. Owners of I-Pads, I-Pod, Apple laptops, I-Macs, I-phones are invited to learning/sharing session at the Solomon Wright Public Library regarding software, techniques, shortcuts and best practices with your new device. Solve that problem that has been a stumbling block.
The session will include tech assistance from guest digital librarian, Jessika Drmacich of Williamstown, Mass.
Join your neighbors in our Wi-fi spot at 97 Main St. for free assistance and cocoa. Questions can be submitted ahead of time to pownal_pub@vals. state. vt. us. For further information, call 823-5400.
Deadlines for Annual Vote
CAMBRIDGE, N.Y. -- Cambridge Central School District Clerk Kate Mattison has released the calendar for the school district’s annual budget vote to be held in May.
Petitions to place a proposition on the ballot at the annual budget vote in May must be received in the district clerk’s office no later than 5 p.m. on Monday, March 4.
There will be one vacancy on the Board of Education. Submission of petitions for nomination of Board candidates must be filed with the district clerk no later than 5 p.m. on Monday, April 8.
Petitions are available in the district clerk’s office.
The annual budget hearing will be held on Tuesday, May 14. The annual budget vote and election will be held on Tuesday, May 21, from noon to 8 p.m.
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