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Given the stock market’s recent perfor mance, Michael Shuman’s timing is right on the money. Ralph Waldo Emerson meets Alan Greenspan in the author of
b l o o m e r : wet
Going Local: Creating Self-Reliant Communities in a Global Age, who sug
weather this summer hasn’t stopped the flowers from blooming at Basin Harbor. Between six large gardens and countless small beds, the resort boasts the largest display of flowers in the state. Stop by for a tour, tea, or just to smell the roses.
gests ways to pocket profits without impoverishing community values. Think locally, act locally?
Saturday and Sunday, August 29 and 30. Basin Harbor Club, Vergennes, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. $ 3 to park. Info, 4 7 5 -2 3 11.
Thursday, August 27. Fletcher Free Library, Burlington, 7-9 p.m. Free. Info, 660-0640.
hm m - B .B . oKing. f Need t h eI say more? i l S?; ;m
Okay, The Neville Brothers. Dr. John.
Ski sw ap s,
Storyville. Vermont’s own Seth Yacovone.
bike sw ap s, clothing sw aps — how ’ bout
There may not be a cure for the sum m er
a spit swap? The Onion River Arts Council
time blues, but these m asters of music
offers an opportunity to toot someone
provide a day full of guitar pick-me-ups.
else’s horn — and buy it — at their third
Sounds good . . .
annual used instrum ent sale. Sellers?
Sunday, August 30. Mount Ellen, Sugarbush North, Fayston, 1 p.m. $32.50 . Info, 800-587-8427.
Appraisers can help assign a dollar value to your sax appeal.
Saturday, August 29. Christ Church, Montpelier, 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. Free. Info, 229-9408.
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has its eye on the Sudan, but things are sim ilarly unsettled next door, in the coun
try formerly known as Zaire. Exiled politi
racing pigs, gorgeous gourds. A stroll
cal activist Gode Mwenebatu tells a
lown the midway at the Champlain Valley
counter-Kabila tale of life and strife in the
air is as much a part of summ er as wet
Democratic Republic of Congo and puts a
bathing suits. Three hundred thousand
face to a place that rarely m akes the
people have the same Proustian feeling
— and the throng can’t be wrong. Catch
Monday, August 31. Horn o f the Moon Cafe, Montpelier, 6-8 p.m. Free. Info, 223-6840.
a cool night of country m usic before you
0 back to the grind.
(Student Jay Medina) M ontgom ery H istorical Society sponsors
Saturday, August 29 to Monday, September 7. Champlain Valley airgrounds, Essex Junction, 9 a.m. - m id night. $7. Info, 878-5545.
2 n d A n n u a l A u gu st Fest Saturday, A ugu st 2 9 • 1 0 -3 * P ra tt H all, R t. 1 1 8 in M on tgom ery Village • A n tiq u es & C ollectibles (D ealers) •A rt E x h ib it & S a le (In side P ra tt H a ll) • BBC) Lunch ( $ 6 Spare R ibs, S a la d & D essert) • H ouse Tours • H om em ade B a k ed G oods & Cheeses
-by Karen Vincent
• P erennials & C hrysanthem um s • P a in tin g s R affle
For further information: M arijke a t362-4404 or Sue a t 326-4519
S U P E R -S W E E T
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Certified Organic Classic, rare 4 unusual varieties
august 26 - September 2
Peppers, Eggplant Potatoes, Onions, Garlic, Carrots, Daikon, Strin g beans, Leeks, Fresh H erbs and much more ...
Follow Barber Farm Road 1 mile from RL 117 (River Road), then 1000 feet up Schillhammer Road. Also at the Burlington & Winooski farmer's markets. Open 1 1 - 7 weekdays & 1 1 - 6 weekends
For in fo rm a tio n call 8 9 9 - 5 1 2 3
Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgendered, & Questioning (GLBTQ ) e challenges o f childrearing. Babysitting :s with the program at the King Street
H O LISTIC HEALTH LECTURE:
Felicia Foster offers an introduction to
•uth Center, Burlington, 6-8 p.m. Free,
BATTERED W O M E N ’S SU PPO R T
G RO UPS: W omen Helping Battered
^RENTING GRO UP: M om s and dads
W om en facilitates a support group for
mpare notes on parenting a school-age
abused people in Burlington, 6:30-8 p.m.
ild. Bring your lunch to the Family
Free. Info, 658-1996.
^nnection Center, 23 George St.,
R H O M B U S O PE N H O USE: This
ltlington, noon. Free. Info, 859-0934.
informal “hobnob” with board mem bers,
TORIES: Children listen, snack and
volunteers an d ms.
Ayurvedic healing — a holistic East Indian medicine that involves diet,
865-3144. FREEDO M T O MARRY’ M EETING:
OUNTAIN BIKE RACES: The illiston woods host weekly cycle races varying length and difficulty. O utdoor tperience at Catamount, W illiston, 6
Gay and lesbian marrying types in M ontpelier get together to strategize. Vermont C A .R .E .S. office, 73 Main St., Montpelier, 7 p.m. Free. Info, 229-2504.
m- $3-8. Info, 879-6001.
drama ‘LYSISTRATA’: See August 26. ‘CRAZY FOR Y O U ’: See August 26. ‘SPID ER ’S W E B ’: See August 26, 8 p.m. T H E M O S T H APPY FELLA’: See August 26, 8 p.m. ‘DEA TH AT T H E D U D E R A N C H ’:
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1. Being a Role Model & Fadlitating a GLBTQ Youth Group
OR: 2. Being a Speaker on Homophobia, Heterosexism & GLBTQ Youth
Outright Vermont invites you to tour our facilities, enjoy light refreshments, and meet with staff and current volunteers to learn more about these exciting volunteer opportunities
B ^ ^ ^ o n T S p - m . Donations. Info,
H ow C an You H elp:
Burlington, 6 p.m. Free. Info, 863-2569.
■nooski, 10 a.m. Free. Info, 6 5 5-1537.
(so do their friends, teachers, families, clergy & communities)
lifestyle and herbs. Healthy Living, S.
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ike crafts at the Children’s Pages,
Youth Need You!
Please attend our open house on Weds., Sept. 9th from 5:00 - 8:30 p.m. For more information call us @ 1-800-GLB-Chat or 865-9677 RSV P is encouraged but not required child care is available upon request People of color, bisexual women & men, and transgender people are encouraged to apply