Dear Students, Parents and Families,

It’s exciting to see the days getting longer and it staying light later.  The sun is so bright and radiant!  Wishing everyone a great weekend!  Get out and enjoy all this beautiful snow that has fallen over the past couple of days!  There are so many fun outdoor activities to partake in.

Just a reminder to everyone that the Newsletter that Principal, Garon Smail sends out through Constant Contact each week is also available to view on our school website at http://www.wuhsms.org under the Admin linkYou can also find my weekly emails and scholarships under the Counseling link.

Best regards,

Joni Kennedy
Woodstock Union High School
Counseling Services
Student Records, Scholarships and Student Opportunities
802 457-1317 extension 1228
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Thought for the day:  Growth – Allows us to develop our knowledge, and cultivate our interests and talents through our experiences.  This provides us with the opportunity to better discover oneself and the world in which we live.  In what way do we feed ourselves on a daily basis?
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FREE TEENMOVIE NIGHT TONIGHT!!!!
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FREE TEENMOVIE NIGHT TONIGHT!!!!

The Post (PG-13)
Friday, February 9, 2018
Starts at 7:30 at the Woodstock Town Hall Theater

Starring Meryl Streep, Tom Hanks, Bob Odenkirk and Bradley Whitford
Directed by Steven Spielberg

For more information please go to https://pentanglearts.org/event/the-post/2018-02-09

This event is sponsored by the Spectrum and Pentangle Performing Arts

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The Garden of Wisdom: Earth Tales from the Middle East
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Free - The Garden of Wisdom: Earth Tales from the Middle East
February 10 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am

Join us at ArtisTree in Pomfret to celebrate the publication of a new book by Upper Valley author Michael J. Caduto—The Garden of Wisdom: Earth Tales from the Middle East—hosted by ArtisTree Community Arts Center and the Norman Williams Public Library.

Come celebrate the publication of a new book by Upper Valley author Michael J. Caduto—The Garden of Wisdom: Earth Tales from the Middle East—hosted by Artistree Community Arts Center and the Norman Williams Public Library. During this free family program Michael will present storytelling, music (sing-along) and a brief visual feast of photos showing the animals, plants and landscapes of the Middle East.  More than 10 years in the making, this book grew from a peaceful collaboration of some 20 organizations and 50 individuals from Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon and Palestine—all working in partnership to create this unique children's book of indigenous nature stories that focus on animals, plants, friendship, Earth stewardship and wisdom. Michael will sign books for purchase following the event.

For more information please go to https://artistreevt.org

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Norman Williams Public Library
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When was the last time you visited the Norman Williams Public Library’s Website?  Take some time to discover all the wonderful events, classes, groups and offerings that are available through the Norman Williams Public Library.  A wonderful resource that is available within our community.

For more information and to explore all that they have to offer please visit http://normanwilliams.org/librarycalendar and http://normanwilliams.org
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Pentangle News!
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Part of Pentangle’s Free Documentary Film Series
13th - Thursday, February 15th at 7:30 pm
 An in-depth look at the prison system in the United States and how it reveals the nation’s history of racial inequality. In this thought-provoking documentary, scholars, activists and politicians analyze the criminalization of African Americans and the U.S. prison boom. https://pentanglearts.org/event/thirteenth
Directed by Ava DuVernay
Starring Melina Abdullah, Michelle Alexander and Cory Booker

THANK YOU THURSDAY Free Film Series
Top Hat (PG)
Thursday, March 1st at 7:30 pm

Main Stage:
Tickets are also on sale for our Spring Main Stage line up which includes: Ed Asner in his one-man comedy show, A Man and His Prostate, March 8, 2017 at 7:30 pm, the dynamic jazz funk band, Huntertones, March 30th, at 7:30 pm, Pentangle's production of HAIR, The Tribal Rock Musical, opening April 19th, 2018, and the Jessie Colin Young Band, May 25th, at 7:30 pm. To learn more and purchase tickets go to www.pentanglearts.org/events.
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News from the Splash at Yale Team
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News from the Splash at Yale Team
The course catalog for Spring Sprout 2018, our 7th and 8th grade program, is now available here https://yale.learningu.org/learn/Sprout/18_Spring/catalog!

Student registration for Spring Sprout 2018 will be opening February 5th at 4:00pm! At that time, your students will be able to register for classes at this link.

As a reminder, classes will fill up very quickly for this program, so if your students would like to attend, please have them sign up as promptly as possible!

In order to maximize learning, students who wish to enroll must be able to attend all three days of the program, so please check your calendar carefully!

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High School Trail Corps Program
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Upper Valley High School Trail Corps
Are you a high school student, or know one, who wants to work on trails and have fun in the outdoors this summer? If so, come join the Upper Valley High School Trail Corps this July.  Applications due May 15. Application can be found at www.uvtrails.org

The Upper Valley Trails Alliance has just launched the application for the 2018 High School Trail Corps Program. Since 2013 we have served hundreds of local students by getting them working on local trails to give back to the community, learn valuable skills, and earn a stipend for their work. Students can apply for placement in one of four weeks in the summer of 2018. The program is open to rising freshman through graduating seniors.

If you know of any students who like to work outside or you think would benefit from this program, please encourage them to apply. The program fills up fast and applications are reviewed on a rolling first come first served basis, so please encourage them to apply early. The application is on our website www.uvtrails.org.
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Vermont Tech News!
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This summer at
Entrepreneurship Institute - socially responsible - creating solutions
For students entering 10th - 12th grades (fall 2018) Governor’s Institutes of Vermont (GIV) – residential institute hosted & co-sponsored by Vermont Tech – Randolph Center Campus - July 6 - July 12, 2018 An innovative, fun-filled “hands-on” program where students learn to develop an “entrepreneurial mindset” and what it takes to create a business or be more successful in their career pathway and the workplace.  There is a business side to every career/profession.  Sliding scale tuition (some pay as little as $10 for the entire week) http://www.giv.org/specialtopics/entrepreneurship/   Contact: Laurel Butler – This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Rosie’s Girls STEM Leadership Camp & Mentorship Program
For girls entering 9th and 10th grades (fall 2018) July 8-12, 2018 - Randolph Center Campus - residential camp -A fun filled hands-on exploration of STEM (science, technology, engineering, math - plus some arts) and skilled trades to help young women become strong, powerful and more confident - and learn about potential career pathways; followed by a mentorship program. (Modeled after Rosie’s Girls Day Camps by Vermont Works for Women -VWW) – All-inclusive $225 – and scholarships available. http://www.vtc.edu/rosies-girls-stem-leadership-camp Contact: Zoe McDonald - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Coder Camp for Girls - July 16 -20, 2018 - Williston Campus - day camp
For girls ages 11 -17 - An experiential hands-on day camp offering girls the chance to translate their creativity into a computer program using SCRATCH and other software programs plus visit innovative software development companies.   $150 (includes field trip, 2 lunches, snacks) Many scholarships available.  Contact:   Zoe McDonald- This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  - https://www.vtc.edu/academics/majors/stem-programming/rosies-girls-stem-leadership-camp

Laurel
Laurel Butler
Start up Business Advisor & Student Entrepreneur Specialist
Vermont Small Business Development Center
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STEM Experiential Education & Gender Equity
VERMONT TECH
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  |  vtc.edu
(802) 922-3692
 
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MetroHacks Women
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MetroHacks Women

My name is Noah Avila, and I am currently organizing MetroHacks Women - a 12-hour women’s coding event. It’s free and open to all girls interested in technology, regardless of experience.

It will be held at the Cambridge Innovation Center in Cambridge, MA, on March 24th and is an opportunity for girls to code, collaborate, and create! There will be speakers, free food and swag, workshops, games, prizes, etc. Applications are now open for all women ages 13-18 at https://women.metrohacks.org/register.

New England high school students will have the chance to learn 3D printing, construct virtual realities, design artificial intelligence-driven social media platforms, experiment with their own projects, and learn from leading women in the tech industry. Mentors will be available to help students with projects and explore different areas of computer science. MetroHacks provides opportunities for students to get internships, kick-start their own businesses, network with experts from prominent tech companies, and gain exposure to the computer science community in New England.

If you have any questions, please visit www.metrohacks.org or reach me at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. We sincerely hope to see some Woodstock Union High School students at our event.

Thank you so much for your time and consideration!

Gratefully,

Noah Avila
Technical & Branding Director, MetroHacks

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GirlsGoCyberStart
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GirlsGoCyberStart

Do you have a daughter in grades 9 – 12?  Does she like solving puzzles or logic games? 

Vermont high school girls have an amazing opportunity to participate in a free nationwide online program where every Vermont high school girl can discover her talents in cybersecurity and learn about the field.

 The Governor’s Office, Agency of Education, Agency of Digital Services and the Department of Public Safety are teaming up with SANS to promote this program, called GirlsGoCyberStart.   GirlsGoCyberStart is a forward-thinking skills program designed to supply specialist cyber security education to high school girls across the US.  Using a suite of online challenges, tools, and games it aims to inspire the next generation of cyber security professionals while identifying the best and most talented young female Americans.  The program has been designed so that it does not matter whether you are a hobbyist, interested in gaming or have studied computer science before.  The platform’s challenges are accessible to those without any pre-existing knowledge and welcome various ages and skill levels.

Here a few facts about the game:

●Girls may play alone or in teams of up to 4 people.

●No prior experience with IT or security is needed.

●All girls in grades 9 to 12 are invited to play; prizes will be awarded in each grade group.  Prizes include Dell Chromebooks, Raspberry Pi computers and other cool techie things as well as gift certificates.  In addition, each member of the top teams, nationally, will win all expense paid trips to the Women in CyberSecurity Conference (WiCyS) in Chicago along with a parent for each winner.

●Participation may occur from home or from school or from both. All you need is a computer and an internet connection.

●Sign-up begins on January 29 and end on February 16, and the game will be played from February 20 through February 25.

●Each player starts as a “cyber protection agent” responsible for protecting an important operational base.  The student chooses and solves challenges, earning points along the way.  A cyber protection agent field manual provides answers to questions that may arise and hints help when players get stuck.  When the player has solved a sufficient number challenges at one level, a new level opens up and new challenges appear – for a total of 31 layers.  Experienced players call CyberStart “addictive” and say it is particularly good because everyone can excel, not just a few superstars.

The website for more information can be found here: https://www.girlsgocyberstart.com.

 Thanks!
Jessica Stolz
Deputy Homeland Security Advisor
Vermont Homeland Security Unit
(O) (802) 241-5094
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APPLY NOW - Governor's Institutes of Vermont
Summer Institutes

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Governor's Institutes of Vermont Summer Institutes

Applications went live February 1st

9th-11th graders! Are you looking for something amazing to do this summer? Consider being part of the Governor's Institutes of Vermont (GIV), an incredibly fun immersive learning experience just for Vermont high schoolers. You'll choose your topic, meet students from all over the state who share that interest, gain skills and get to practice what college-level study on a college campus is like. Topics include arts, engineering, information technology & digital media, entrepreneurship, writing, science, astronomy, mathematical sciences, current issues and youth activism, and more. GIV promises to be financially accessible for all students.  Visit www.giv.org to learn more and apply now. 

Our school deadline is March 15th.

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Environmental Essay Contest
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Environmental Essay Contest – The New Leaders Initiative, home of the Brower Youth Awards, is sponsoring an environmental essay contest for high school students on the subject of “What does environmental leadership mean to you?” Five hundred word limit and $250 prize. Submit essays to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by March 15, 2018.​
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2018 Calvin Writing Prize
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2018 Calvin Writing Prize

Compete in the 2018 Calvin Writing Prize, open to students age 13-19 who live or attend school in Vermont. First place prize: $1,500; Runner-Up prize: $500.
Deadline: May 11, 2018.

For more information please visit their website at https://coolidgefoundation.org
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ATTENTION JUNIORS - Science and Engineering Apprenticeship Program (SEAP)
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Dear Juniors,

The Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory (CRREL) is proud to sponsor the Science and Engineering Apprenticeship Program (SEAP)

Below is a great Science and Engineering Apprenticeship Program. If you are interested in applying please fill out the application (email was sent to all juniors with application) and return it to Joni Kennedy in the Counseling Office no later than February 26, 2018.

Our school will select three (3) candidates which we will then forward to CRREL for consideration. 

PLEASE NOTE - Do not ask your teacher or counselor for a letter. Letters of recommendation will be written for the three candidates that our school selects and that will be forwarded on to CRREL for consideration.

Our deadline here at WUHS for you to be considered a possible candidate for nomination is February 26, 2018.  Please have your completed application to Joni Kennedy in the Counseling Office by that date.

We will then forward the required documents (application, transcript and letter of rec to CRREL for our three (3) candidates selected.

Internship announcement for Woodstock Union High School Juniors:

The Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory (CRREL) is proud to sponsor the Science and Engineering Apprenticeship Program (SEAP) to provide a unique opportunity to area high-school JUNIORS with an aptitude for math and science.

Students work on a one-to-one basis with a CRREL scientist or engineer who acts as a mentor. Students learn techniques for dealing with scientific and engineering problems and may have the opportunity to use highly sophisticated equipment. During the summer the students gain valuable on-the-job experience and information to help them make important career choices. Each student presents a poster at an end-of-summer poster session, summarizing his or her project. In the past, approximately 90% of our apprentices have remained in the science or engineering fields.

CRREL commitment: Students accepted into the program will be provided the opportunity to return to CRREL during holiday and summer breaks to continue working on projects throughout their undergraduate degree program.

Where are the apprenticeships located?  CRREL, 72 Lyme Road, Hanover, New Hampshire

Eligibility:
- Students must be a high school JUNIOR with an interest in the science and engineering disciplines
- Students must be a US citizen
- Students must be at least 16 years of age
- Students are responsible for their own transportation to and from the worksite
- Note: Three applications will be accepted from each school.
Application packages must include:
- SEAP application form (fillable application attached)
- Signed recommendation form from teacher and/or guidance counselor (fillable form attached)
- Copy of current high school transcript
- Only completed applications will be considered and will need to be submitted via e-mail to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Timeline:
- March 18, 2018 - Applications due (incomplete applications WILL NOT be considered)
- April 2018 - Student interviews
- End April 2018 - Final selections
- May 2018 - Selected students prepare and submit paperwork in preparation for participation
- June 2018 - Apprenticeship begins
- August 2018 - Student poster session and conclusion of year one of the program

Selection criteria:  Students are selected on the basis of aptitude, grades, science and math courses taken, teacher and/or guidance counselor recommendation, hobbies and areas of interest, and the interview.

Respectfully,

Linda

Linda Castro
Human Capital Program Specialist
Management Integration Office
US Army Cold Regions Research and Engineering Lab
Engineer Research & Development Center
72 Lyme Road
Hanover, NH 03755
(603) 646-4531
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Pre-College Summer Journalism Institute
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Pre-College Summer Journalism Institute

The New England Center for Investigative Reporting helps students gain hands-on experience and develop personal networks to benefit them in college and beyond. Our Pre-College Summer Journalism Institute, based at the Boston University College of Communication, provides students an opportunity to improve their journalism skills and develop as storytellers.

For more information please visit their website at http://studentprograms.necir.org/pre-college-summer-institute

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JCamp: An All-Expenses-Paid Journalism Program for High School Students
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JCamp: An All-Expenses-Paid Journalism Program for High School Students
The Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA) is now accepting applications http://www.aaja.org/jcamp2018 for JCamp, an all-expenses-paid journalism training program for talented freshman, sophomore- and junior-level high school students of diverse backgrounds.

Students do not have to identify as Asian American to be eligible to participate. We encourage any students interested in journalism to apply https://aaja.wufoo.com/forms/jcamp-2018 before the March 25, 2018 deadline. I hope you will pass this information along to any students you think may be interested in the program.

JCamp will celebrate its 18th year in 2018 at the Wayne State University School of Fine, Performing & Communication Arts http://cfpca.wayne.edu in Detroit, MI, July 30 - August 4. The six-day camp brings students together for intensive training in writing, photography, broadcast, online media and reporting led by professional journalists. Travel, lodging and meals will be covered for the selected students.

Past JCamp speakers include Hoda Kotb, co-host of NBC's "Today Show;" Arthur Sulzberger, Jr., former publisher of The New York Times; Chuck Todd, host of "Meet the Press;" and the late Gwen Ifill, host of "Washington Week" and "PBS NewsHour."

The Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA) http://www.aaja.org is a non-profit educational and professional organization with more than 1,500 members across the United States and Asia. Part of AAJA's mission http://www.aaja.org/about is to provide encouragement, information, advice and scholarship assistance to AAPI students who aspire to professional journalism careers.

Please feel free to contact me at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with any questions.

Thank you,
Justin Seiter
AAJA Program Coordinator
415-346-2051 ext. 107
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Boston University's Summer Media Opportunity For High School Students
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Boston University's Summer Media Opportunity For High School Students
Creative high school students develop their cinematic and journalistic storytelling skills producing films, videos, multi-camera productions and more at Boston University's Academy of Media Production.
The application deadline is March 31, 2018.

Program Information & Application Materials: http://www.academyofmediaproduction.com/amp
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MedQuest Programs - Summer health careers exploration opportunity!
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MedQuest Programs

We are currently accepting applications for the 2018 MedQuest Programs!

Session 1: June 17-22, 2018 hosted at Southern Vermont College in Bennington, VT
Session 2: August 5-10, 2018 hosted at Landmark College in Putney, VT

MedQuest is a 6-day summer health careers exploration opportunity for southern Vermont high school 10-12th graders interested in health careers. Visit www.svtahec.org for more information and for application information.

Contact: Joan Devine, Program Director
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802-885-2126 x 203

MedQuest is a program of the Southern Vermont Area Health Education Center

Application deadline is Friday, March 2, 2018
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UMass Lowell Music Department Annual Shadow Day
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UMass Lowell Music Department Annual Shadow Day

We’d like to invite your students to the Music Department’s Annual Shadow Day. It is a great opportunity for high school, transfer and graduate students to shadow current music students at the university. Anyone interested in attending should complete the online registration form. Shadow Day will take place on February 22 and 23.

UMass Lowell Music Department offers degrees in:
Music Performance
Music Studies (Education)
Music Business
Sound Recording Technology

If you have any questions, comments or concerns, please email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
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Freedom & Unity Youth Film Contest
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Freedom & Unity Youth Film Contest

Inspired by the Vermont Movie Project,Freedom & Unity TV is a film competitionthat invites young Vermonters to create films exploring the life and culture of the Green Mountain State. Through film, young people explore the issues that they find meaningful, make connections between the past and the present, and share their personal stories. They build filmmaking and communication skills while learning more about themselves and the state they call home.

One remarkable result of this project is the weaving together of many perspectives and stories. At the screening and awards ceremony, filmmakers gather together to meet each other, and learn from one another. This year, our screening and awards ceremony will take place during the annual WRIF Film Festival June 1 – 3, 2018 in White River Junction, Vermont! More Information about the event and media workshops to come!

FILMMAKERS’ ELIGIBILITY
(please note there is new criteria for the 2018 contest)

The Freedom & Unity Youth Film Contest is open to anyone aged 10 to 26 who is currently enrolled in a degree-granting educational program in Vermont. All others are encouraged to apply to the White River Indie Festival Regional Show Case (more information at wrif.org)

SUBMISSION CRITERIA
Films must be entered in one of three age groups:
10-14
15-18
19-26
Films must include a Vermont focus and address one of the three contest categories:
Arts & Culture
Personal Stories
Vermont History & Contemporary Issues

For more information please go to https://freedomandunitytv.org or https://freedomandunitytv.org/rulesandregulations
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BARNARTS Center for the ARTS
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BARNARTS PRESENTS Neil Simon's Brighton Beach Memoirs in ArtisTree’s New Grange Theater

BarnArts is proud to be presenting their winter community theater production of Neil Simon's Brighton Beach Memoirs in ArtisTree's new Grange Theatre.

To purchase tickets contact BARNARTS: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or visit BarnArts Website

Brighton Beach Memoirs is Neil Simon's "funniest, richest and consequently the most affecting of his plays." - New York Daily News 

Dreaming of baseball and girls, Eugene must cope with the mundane existence of his 1937 family life in Brooklyn: formidable mother, overworked father, and his worldly older brother Stanley. Throw into the mix his widowed Aunt Blanche and her two young (but rapidly maturing) daughters and you have a recipe for Simon-style hilarity, gently embedded in a moving pre-WW2 tale.

The play includes a mixed-age cast with adults and teens.

Feb 9, 10, 11 and Feb 16, 17, 18 (Tickets on sale in January, 15 2018) through BarnArts
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ArtisTree Happenings!
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This is a partial list of featured drop-in classes and events.  Visit our website for a full listing or to register: http://www.artistreevt.org/main-classes.html
Sat Feb 10 – Garden of Wisdom Family Event, 10am, FREE
Sat Feb 10 – Cocoa and Canvases Workshop for kids, 10am
Wed Feb 14 - Playgroup to families, 9:30am, FREE
Wed Feb 14 -  Sensory Lab for Tots, 9:30am, $5
Thurs Feb 15 – Morning Jam, 9am
Thurs Feb 15 - A Little Lunch Music, 1pm
Thurs Feb 15 – Interplay Jazz Jam, 7pm, FREE 

*Upcoming Events*
February

Sunday, February 11th
Lyle Brewer, Guitarist, 4pm. Brewer has been a staple of the Boston music scene for the last ten years. Ask any musician who has worked with him and they will laud his mastery of almost any style of music, with a maturity that belies his age. https://artistreevt.org/lyle-brewer.html.


Thursday, February 15th

Interplay Jazz Jam. 7-10pm at ArtisTree.
Jazz lovers, join us for a musical treat! Interplay Jam Sessions are like an open rehearsal where anything can happen… but the music is guaranteed to be fabulous!|To learn more or to register visit Interplays Website

Saturday, February 17th
FEARless presents LOVE. 7pm Show • 8:30 Dance Party.

 Thursday, February 22nd
Open Mic w/ Jim Yeager, 7pm. FREE. Join our relaxed, supportive and fun atmosphere and show off your musical stuff!  All levels and abilities are welcome to participate in the open mic experience.  Come alone or with a group!  Come to play or just to watch! https://artistreevt.org/open-mic-07-11-17.html

Friday, February 23rd
Chloe Brisson Quartet, 7:30pm. Jazz vocalist Chloe Brisson and her quartet play original compositions and Jazz standards. As a young, passionate vocalist who is devoted to bot the tradition and the craft of jazz, Brisson aspires to be a positive and innovative addition to the jazz community in the years to come. https://artistreevt.org/chloe-brisson-quartet.html
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Vermont Flurry: Woodstock Snow Sculpture Festival
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Vermont Flurry: Woodstock Snow Sculpture Festival - Free and open to the public.
Friday, February 16, 2018
10:00 am - 10:00 pm

Presented by Pentangle Arts & ArtisTree Community Arts Center
Woodstock Village Green
Currently scheduled for Presidents Day Weekend
February 16th-18th, 2018

This event is weather-dependent and may be rescheduled on short notice.
Over Presidents Day Weekend, the Woodstock Village Green is transformed into a celebration of winter and the visual arts. Cheer on professional snow sculpting teams as they compete to create large, stunning sculptures, and be amazed as these works of art come to life over a three-day period.  You can even vote for your favorite “Peoples’ Choice” pick, to be announced Sunday, February 18th at 12:30 pm! Voting ends on Sunday, February 18th at 12:15 pm.
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Change the World Kids Anti-Cabin Fever Dinner Season begins!
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2018 Change the World Kids Anti-Cabin Fever Dinner Season begins!

During the cold, dark months, each Wednesday until the beginning of April, a local chef, many from the area's best restaurants, prepares a delicious meal. It is dining high for a low price, in the company of family and friends. These dinners are a great way to get out of the house, break up the week, and see friends on long cold winter nights! They are FUN, plus they subsidize costs for the Change the World Kids' annual work trip to re-forest Bosque para Siempre, the migratory rain forest habitat in Costa Rica that they are helping to conserve and reforest, and that supports our Vermont migratory songbirds, as well as native rain forest species. 

 Dinner is at 6:00 in the North Universalist Chapel dining hall in Woodstock, and costs $10.00 for adults and $5.00 for children.  Seating is limited, and reservations are highly suggested.  If you need to cancel your reservation, please do it by noon on Wednesday. Your seats will be held until 6:00, when they may be released to walk-in diners.

Please email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., or call (457-2622) for reservations. Join us, and warm your body and spirit with great food and company. Come dine, laugh, and beat the winter blahs and blues!

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Job Opportunities
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Killington Diner
We're looking for weekend dishwashing/prep help. Saturday's and Sunday's and holiday weeks.

It's an entry level job. Pays $10.50 and typically stars at 8am-4pm

They can stop in or give a call
Killington Diner 802-422-8422
2841 Killington Access Rd.
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The Mountain Creamery is looking to hire in their ice cream scoop shop during the Feb. break [2/17 - 25] Contact # is on Job board in the west office.

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