Thu Jul 25 2019

  • Lt. Gov. Film Series: Undeterred
    6:30pm - 9:00pm
    pin;Essex Center United Methodist Church;119 Center Rd, Essex Junction, Vermont 05452

    Lt. Governor's Monthly Movie Series Screens Undeterred.

    Undeterred is a documentary about community resistance in the rural border town of Arivaca, Arizona. It provides an intimate and unique portrait of how residents in a small rural community, caught in the cross-hairs of global geo-political forces, have mobilized to demand our rights and to provide aid to injured, oft times dying people funneled across a wilderness desert.

    After the film there will be a panel discussion focusing on immigration, detention and our border policies. Audience questions are welcome.

    This event is free and open to the public. Doors at 6:30 and the movie will begin at 7:00. Snacks are provided.


    View Facebook Event<https://www.facebook.com/events/884703098557991/>

Fri Aug 16 2019

Sat Aug 17 2019

Sun Aug 25 2019

  • Zoe's Race Making Homes Accessible
    8:30am - 12:00pm
    Oakledge Park, Burlington

    Join the Howard Center for its 11th Annual Zoe's Race!


    8:30am Free 1K fun run

    9:00am 5K walk/run & 10K run

    There will be food, prizes, and fun!


    Register at zoesrace.org<http://www.zoesrace.org>

Fri Oct 11 2019

  • How We Got to Great: How VT's Inclusive Practices Made Us an International Leader in DS
    12:00pm - 1:00pm
    https://vermontcarepartners.org/evrplus_registration/?action=evrplusegister&event_id=10

    Join Vermont Care Partners for a webinar with Bill Ashe on the history and values of Vermont's developmental services.


    The goal of this webinar is to educate participants about the history and values behind the way we provide developmental services in Vermont. The intended audience includes professionals who work with Vermonters with intellectual and developmental disabilities, as well stakeholders in related fields such as medicine, mental health, education, and state government.

    Learning Objectives:

    1. To develop an awareness of service models in the United States from the 1960’s to present day.
    2. To develop an awareness of the civil rights movement as applied to people with developmental disabilities.
    3. To develop a familiarity of the characteristics that are associated with institutional thinking.
    4. To develop an awareness of the importance of an ongoing civil rights orientation to the evolving community based service system.

    Webinar information and registration<https://vermontcarepartners.org/evrplus_registration/?action=evrplusegister&event_id=10>