Moving Through Another Pandemic Year
Mutual Aid is still available to help with emergency needs. The Free Food Pantry (in front of the BALE Commons at 35 South Windsor Street in South Royalton) is open 24/7 throughout the year.
The Free Store (a thrift store without the need for money; a sharing/swapping space) is every Thursday from 3-6 PM through early fall.
Our twice monthly E-News features many programs produced locally as well as inspiring suggestions that help us move through this transformative time with wisdom and healing.
Everything you see about our work is grounded in the Gift Economy (it's ALL free if it needs to be).
June 1-30; BALE Commons
Tunbridge graphic artist Cecily Anderson's "Designs for Change" is an exhibit of 27 pieces covering the varied social and environmental justice movements she works with.
Thu., June 16; 6:30 PM; Commons
Visionary education transformer Kathleen Kesson leads a program featuring the film, "Schooling the World" followed by a conversation around her groundbreaking "Community Schools Blueprint" and what it could look like in Vermont.
June 2022 (June 21 is is World Localization Day)
Localizing and Changing (we need to do both)
Fri., June 17; 7-10 PM; Black Lives Matter House
It's a Summer Solstice Fiesta with the latin dance band, Mal Maiz playing salsa, reggae and cumbia music of Columbia -- right on the porch of the BLM House (see photo above). Moons & Stars food truck offers authentic traditional arepas and other delacacies. Dancing on the So Ro Green on a summer's night.
Tue., June 21; 6:30 PM; Commons
Steve Gorelick, Managing Director of the global organization, Local Futures, joins us for World Localization Day with a premiere showing of the film, “Bringing the Economy Home – The Rise of The Worldwide Localization Movement” that features a chorus of voices from across the world as well as snippets from many videos shared by localization partners in 2021. Share your thoughts with Steve on the work that lay ahead.