Wednesday, Feb. 19
BENNINGTON -- Enjoy a gentle yoga class free of charge, led by Laurae Coburn, Ph.D RYT every Wednesday evening at The Bennington School, 192 Fairview St. from 5:30 to 6:45 p.m.
Programs at the Milne Public Library
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. -- Chess Club will take place from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. , and third graders through teens are welcome. From 3 to 4 p.m. on the same day, Otha Day will do a drum circle for tweens and teens in the rear of the library. Drums will be provided, or you can bring your own. Sign up in advance for the drum circle at the main circulation desk.
A local railroad history presentation
MANCHESTER -- The Manchester Historical Society's next program is "The History of the Manchester, Dorset and Granville Railroad" presented by Bill Badger at the Long Trail School at 7 p.m. Come find out how a library brought forth a railroad. This 5.9-mile-long railroad line was constructed to transport marble from the Dorset quarry meant for construction of the New York Public Library.
For more information about MHS, visit www.manchesterhistoricalsocietyvt.org.
School choice day open house
BENNINGTON -- Come celebrate School Choice Day at Forrest Ward Memorial School's open house.
Movie showing for kids
MANCHESTER -- Come to the Mark Skinner Library at 11 a.m. for a screening of "Despicable Me 2." Enjoy snacks while watching this movie. Free program, open to the public.
Pownal Development Review Board
Town Office, 6 p.m.
Agenda: 1. Approval of Feb. 19 Agenda 2. Approval of Continuance of Public Hearing Minutes of Jan. 15 re: Frey, Permit #NB120023 3. Approval of Special Meeting Minutes of Jan. 15 4. Approval of Continuance of Public Hearing Minutes of Jan. 15 re: TAM, Inc., Permit #NB130032 5. Approval of Site Visit Minutes of Jan. 18 re: TAM, Inc., Permit #NB130032 6. Approval of (2) Continuance of Public Hearing Minutes of Jan. 29 re: TAM, Inc., Permit # NB130032 7. Approval of Finding of Facts of Jan. 29 re: TAM, Inc., Permit #NB130032 8. Mail 9. Other Business 10. Public Comments 11. Guests.
MAU needs host families
BENNINGTON -- The Mount Anthony Union High School Music Department led by Instrumental Director Marjorie Rooen and Choral Director Lynn Sweet, is pleased to announce that we will once again be hosting the New England Music Festival this spring. On March 20-22, 450 high school musicians will take part in this memorable musical experience in our community. This festival attracts the top high school student musicians from all over New England.
One of the most unique features of the New England Music Festival is that students stay with host families in the local community during the festival.
We are in need of families who are willing to host these great kids. This will involve two nights of housing, two breakfasts and a dinner as well as transportation to and from MAU. Ideally each student would have a bed, but if that is not possible, sofas, air mattresses and cots would work too.
Please consider opening your home to the students. They are the very best of their high school music department. Past hosts have commented that this is a great experience for them as well as for the visiting student. If you would like to get involved, please go to www.svsu.org for a Host Family Packet, complete and return it to Christina Gabrus, Festival Coordinator, MAUHS as soon as possible. Call 802-447-7511 with questions.