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Got cabin fever? Join VINS for their winter programs, starting
Is winter giving you cabin fever? Come join us at VINS for any
or all of our fun-filled and informative winter programs. From
story programs for kids to in-depth discussions on sustainable
living, VINS offers something for everyone to beat those winter
In seven sessions, Choices for Sustainable Living helps
participants explore the meaning and vision of sustainability from
individual, societal, and global perspectives. The first session,
"A Call to Sustainability," will take place on Jan. 10 from 6:30-8
p.m. at the Quechee Library. The series will continue for the next
six Thursdays. VINS is partnering with the Quechee Library and the
Catamount Earth Institute to offer this discussion series that is
free and open to the public. For more information or to pick up a
copy of the booklet, call 802-295-1232.
VINS' Homeschooling series starts up again on Jan. 10 from
10-11:30 a.m with the topic, "Teeth and Skulls." Join a VINS
educator to foster your child's curiosities about the natural world
through engaging, hands-on activities designed specifically for
homeschooling families. VINS offers programs geared to specific age
levels, (grades 1-3 and 4-6), and both groups meet at the same time
and cover the same topic.
Pajama Parties start next week!
For more information or to pre-register for the Homeschooling
sessions and the Pajama Parties, visit www.vinsweb.org or call
802-359-5000 ext. 223.