One-on-One Computer Coaching with Justin
Wednesdays,2 to 4 PM
Saturdays, 12 to 2 PM
Individualized Instruction Based on Your Needs
Through the auspices of e-Vermont and a grant from the Vermont Community Foundation, Brooks Memorial Library is able to offer one-on-one computer coaching with a skilled student intern from Community College of Vermont.
They let everyone out of the mental hospitals
because of budget cuts.
And they all became healers.
Today I asked a question, simple, not incisive,
Yet it pierced your psychic boil.
Toxic puss burst forth.
Saturday, March 30, 2013, marks the final week for the 7th season of the Winter Farmers’ Market.
It is also the 6th Annual CSA Fair hosted at Post Oil Solutions’ Winter Farmers’ Market. A variety of CSA(Community Supported Agriculture) Farms will join our regular market line-up to offer information about their farming operations and their CSA share options.
I have a wide variety of books that I would like to sell. Where is the best place to do so in Brattleboro?
Same question for CDs and DVDs – is Turn it Up the only place in town for those items?
Thanks in advance.
A Wellness Recovery Action Plan [WRAP] workshop will once again be available in Brattleboro and facilitated by Jane Winterling,one of the original designers of this evidenced based plan that is used world-wide by people who are dealing with mental health and other kinds of health challenges.
Hey Everyone! According to Vermont Edition’s website on VPR, Chris is going to be talking about ibrattleboro on Monday’s show. Be sure to listen!
is Brattleboro giving tax breaks to a group of millionaires who bought the
Brooks House and want to put in luxury apartments? What if the project fails? If the
project goes belly up, what is the financial guarantee to the town? Will the
town contiue to pay rent to Brooks house for the Harmony lot? Will the town
recoup the thousands of dollars it has already put into the Brooks house?
I encourage taxpayers
to write to the Selectboard and oppose the subsidie for millionaires.
With recent discussion here about how to keep local dollars in Brattleboro, I’m hoping someone here in Brattleboro might read about this exciting option and run with it! Apparently this program incents residents to shop locally at participating businesses who provide % credit for purchases (via a card), which is then applied to the purchaser’s property tax bill (renters receive a yearly rebate check instead.) The program is a win-win — local businesses get increased patronage, residents are rewarded for shopping locally, and as I understand it, the decrease in town revenue from the property tax credit is directly offset by the increase in taxes paid by healthy, thriving local businesses.
The Vermont Legislature is still churning out “Hate” Bills against low income Vermonters and Disabled Persons
This constant harrassment of poor people and people with diseases is unjust and un-American.
The Brattleboro Citizen Police Communications Committee (CPCC) will meet on Monday, March 25, 2013 at 5:30pm at the Brooks Memorial Library in the community room.
Brattleboro Town Manager’s Office
Last week’s band, the Buzzcocks barely made it out of the Punk explosion alive.
This week’s band got a late start (1979, when the punk movement was turning into the more polished New Wave), but hit the ground running with a smash single (Brass in Pocket) and hugely successful eponymous first album.
That album was produced by Chris Thomas and Bill Price who gave the Sex Pistol’s one studio effort its great sound and the duo gives the Pretenders a wonderful aggressive vibe here too.