The BALE series on Why Build a Local Economy continues on tonight, October 17, at the Chandler in Randolph. Next up in the series is a night called “Fixing the Future” . . .
. . . will highlight the many new ventures that are budding all over the region, as well as offer a sampling of very inspiring initiatives that are happening across the country. Here’s a taste of what you’ll get:
- Visit the Arts Bus parked out front of the Chandler
- At 6:30 p.m. enjoy great food from the Black Krim Tavern, which sources much of its food from area farms such as Pebble Brook Farm in West Brookfield.
- Enjoy a musical interlude with young cellist Ella Williams, a student at The Sharon Academy.
- View the film, “Fixing the Future” – motivating look at communities around the United States using sustainable and innovative approaches to create jobs and build prosperity.
- Hear of the great new, creative economy ideas that are already present in our region: Prof. Chris Dutton about the Vermont Technical College’s new food and dairy processing facility that will include community involvement; Marjorie Ryerson’s PoemTown coming to Randolph in April; Karen Ganey’s work with the Upper Valley Timebank; Dan Kinney’s participation in the cooperatively-owned Catamount Solar company; Todd Tyson’s description of Royalton Community Radio; Teo Zagar’s role with the Barnard Community Trust’s restoration of the Barnard General Store; and Jennifer Hayslett’s vision in the development of the South Royalton Cooperative Market… and more.
Get on BALE’s mailing list from their website, balevt.org, to make sure you hear about the rest of the nights in this series. Your farmers will be there, we hope you will be too!