Events for February 6, 2019
Events for February 6, 2019
An event every day that begins at 1:00pm, repeating until February 25, 2019
This 2 1/2- hour tour is designed for those who only have a few days to spend and would like to discover what makes the area so special. The tour is best for those who are not familiar with Manchester and surrounds. Visit beautiful vistas, an international woodworking facility, the oldest abandoned marble quarry in the U.S., quintessential VT villages, a 5-star historic inn and more! Other interesting destinations depend on weather conditions for any given day. You will learn interesting facts, stories and history while traveling the country backroads in a 10 -passenger tour vehicle. (4 -passenger SUV for smaller groups). Advance Reservations Necessary by calling 802-362-4997! $35 pp.; 1PM - 3:15PM.
An event every week that begins at 4:00pm on Wednesday, repeating until January 1, 2020
WINEY WEDNESDAYS Every Wednesday, 4:00 PM to 9:00 PM ALL TAPPED WINES ARE 50% OFF EVERY WEDNESDAY. CHOOSE FROM 3 REDS & 3 WHITES FROM $4.50 - $6 FOR A GENEROUS 6 OZ. POUR! MEET YOUR FRIENDS FOR A NIGHT OUT OR SURPRISE HIM/HER WITH DATE NIGHT THIS WEDNESDAY.
An event every week that begins at 5:30pm on Wednesday, repeating until January 1, 2020
SCULPTURE TOUR AND SYMPOSIUM WITH THE MUSEUM OF CREATIVE PROCESS WEDNESDAYS AT 5:30 - 7:00 AND SATURDAYS, 10-11:30AM Join Museum Curator, Dr. Albert Levis for a fascinating talk about the integration of the arts and sciences. Explore a guided tour through one of the four exhibits of the Museum of the Creative Process and learn how creativity is the universal language of conflict resolution.
The Vermont Humanities Council, the Manchester Community Library, and Northshire Bookstore are proud to present Catherine A Sanderson delivering a lecture entitled "There Is Nothing Either Good or Bad, But Thinking Makes It So" as part of Vermont Humanities' First Wednesdays Series at the First Congregational Church of Manchester. Is this famous quotation from Hamlet that serves as the title to her lecture true? Catherine A. Sanderson, Amherst College professor and author of The Positive Shift, outlines the significant difference we can make in our daily lives simply by adjusting our outlook. Catherine A. Sanderson is the Manwell Family Professor in Life Sciences (Psychology) at Amherst College. She received a bachelor’s degree in psychology, with a specialization in Health and Development, from Stanford University, and received both masters and doctoral degrees in psychology from Princeton University. Professor Sanderson’s research examines how personality and social variables influence health-related behaviors such as safer sex and disordered eating, the development of persuasive messages and interventions to prevent unhealthy behavior, and the predictors of relationship satisfaction. This research has received grant funding from the National Science Foundation and the National Institute of Health. Northshire Bookstore will be on hand selling copies of Catherine's new....