Arts & Entertainment Briefs
Next Stage, Gleanery launch dinner-movie series
PUTNEY -- Next Stage Arts Project and The Gleanery are partnering to present a combination Dinner and A Movie on the fourth Sunday of the month. Each time, at 5:30 p.m., the chefs at the Gleanery will serve a menu inspired by some of their favorite films about food. Ticket holders will be treated to a three-part meal playfully based around the content of the film. Diners then head over to Next Stage at 7 p.m. and see those films on the big screen. (People may also attend only the film.) Prices for the dinner and movie combination are $23; for reservations, call 802-387-3052. Limited seating available.There is a $5 suggested donation for film only, available at the door.
The schedule is: April 27: "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory" ; May 25: "Julie & Julia"; June 22: "Food Inc"; July 27: "Chocolat."
For more information, contact email@example.com or call 802-387-0102.
Hospice sponsors ‘Lasting Words’ workshop
BRATTLEBORO -- Claire Willis, author of "Lasting Words: A Guide to Finding Meaning Toward the Close of Life" will lead a workshop titled "Creating a Legacy from Our Everyday Lives: Reflections in the latter part of life" on Tuesday, April 29, from 6 to 8 p.m., at the Marlboro Graduate Center.
In this two-hour session, participants will begin to write a legacy as a way to be remembered, give deeper purpose to their lives and pass on their stories and values to those they love in future generations as they make deeper meaning from our lives. This workshop is for people in the latter half of their lives as well as people living with chronic and life-threatening illness. No writing experience is necessary.
This is a free event sponsored by Brattleboro Area Hospice. Space is limited to 30 people on a first-to-register basis. Call Joyce at 802-257-0775 ext. 105 to register.
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