Check out the latest resource of the month (ROM) brought to you by our Working Bridges program. You’ll find info about bike helmet fitting for kids, free bike maintenance, and resources and information about renting in Vermont.
Spring is here. Sort of — brrrrrr! But at least you can tell it’s spring because everybody is itching to get outdoors!
Maybe you could go for a bikeride by signing-up for the new Greenride Bikeshare that has set up unmistakable, bright green bike racks on campus and around Burlington. Or maybe you should first drop-in to the annual New American Safety Festival on Saturday, May 12th to get your kid a free bike helmet. Or maybe you just want to sit back to enjoy a discounted performance at the Flynn Theater.
There’s lots of goings-on in Burlington this spring — even if warmth isn’t one of them!
Join the BHS International Club & the BSD EL Department for a free dinner and Immigration Rights Information Session this upcoming Wednesday, March 28th at the Burlington High School Cafeteria from 5:30pm-7:00pm.
Then come to the Family Room at the O.N.E. Community Center on Thursday, April 5th at 11:30am for a Housing Rights Information Session.
Lots of different interpreters will be at each event. Check out the event flyers below for additional details.
Come see the film Welcome to Vermont: Four Stories of Resettled Identity at Main Street Landing Film House on April 19th from 6pm-8pm. This is a documentary by Mira Niagolova that won the VT International Film Festival Ben & Jerry’s Award.
It’s also time to apply for the Farm Fresh Share Program that brings CSA farmshare to low income Vermonters.
The Greater Burlington Multicultural Resource Center presents the 2018 Diversity Conference on March 24th at the Hilton. Topics include diversity in the workforce and education as well as a discussion about opioids and addiction.
See the flyer below for the event agenda and registration information.
You can also click below for info about summer camp sign-ups and home buyer shared equity seminars.
Want to learn more about a great opportunity for UVM women to enhance their sense of personal safety? Click on the RAD Poster below or simply email UVMRAD@list.uvm.edu to enroll.
Staff and students are welcome, and it’s free!
The classes will be on 2 Monday and 2 Tuesday nights from 6:00pm to 9:00pm. You are required to attend ALL FOUR sessions. Week ONE will be February 12 & 13. There will be NO classes the week of President’s Day Feb 19th. . Week TWO will be February 26 & 27.
Help with heating and energy costs headlines the Working Bridges Resource of the Month (ROM) for January along with details about ongoing free legal clinics or “FAFSA Fridays” at VSAC in Winooski that are scheduled throughout January.
You will also see flyers below from Laura Engelken of the UVM Interfaith Center about upcoming events in UVM’s series of workshops aimed at improving our understanding of religion and spirituality on campus. “Paganism 101” is scheduled on Tuesday, February 13th from 10am-Noon, and “Hinduism 101” is scheduled on March 5th from 1pm-3pm. Both require advance registration through your UVM Peoplesoft account.