Using comedy improv to explore L'Arche in Vermont

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BRATTLEBORO — People of all abilities are welcome to an afternoon of comedy improv to explore L'Arche in Vermont, this Sunday from 3 to 5 p.m. at St. Michael's Episcopal Church, 16 Bradley Ave. Robin Zegge will be the comedy improv facilitator. She has years of experience directing, performing, and teaching this genre. Comedy Improv is a series of theater games that all play together. Be prepared to loosen up, shake it out, and laugh.

All efforts are embraced. Potluck snacks are welcome.

People who are curious about L'Arche can come and find out more about the organization and the process for exploring creating a community in Vermont. L'Arche communities around the world "provide homes and workplaces where people with and without intellectual disabilities live and work together as peers, create inclusive communities of faith and friendship, and transform society through relationships that cross social boundaries ... "All L'Arche communities welcome people of all faiths and those who are not religiously affiliated." -



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