Randolph Region Re-Energized
Come to this Kick-off event including forums and free community dinner.
Join your friends and neighbors on April 10th to discuss your vision for Randolph and enjoy dinner. This event launches a process to bring community members together to identify and advance priorities that improve economic opportunity and affordability in the face of climate change. Vermont leaders in economic development, agriculture, energy, and business will join as Visiting Team Members. Enjoy the dinner and pick the forums most important to you:
All Members of the Randolph community are invited and encouraged to join the discussion. Come to one or more session and join us at the free community dinner at 6:00!
Then come to another inspiring discussion on local, sustainable models for the future, the following evening – for a continuation of the conversation!
April 11th – at the Bethany United Church of Christ – Building Resilient Communities Come hear what is happening right here in our region to build local resilience! Take a look at what these organizations are doing to build local capacity and thriving communities. Meet Alex Buskey from Alliance for Vermont Communities, Anni Mackay from Cornerstone Creative Community of Vermont, Paul Costello from Vermont Council for Rural Development, and Zac Freeman from Rochester/Randolph Area Sports Trail Alliance (RASTA). Bethany Church, 32 Main St., Randolph on Wed., April 11 at 6:30 PM. $5 suggested donation (no one will be turned away due to cost). Includes great food from Black Krim Tavern. This is program #4 in the Building Resilient Communities series organized by BALE.
Co-sponsored by Two Rivers Ottauquechee Regional Commission, Randolph Area Community Development Corporation, Cornerstone Creative Community of Vermont, Alliance for Vermont Communities, Vermont Council on Rural Development, and Rochester-Randolph Area Sports Trails Alliance (RASTA). Supported by the Thomas W. Haas Fund of the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation and the Sustainable Future Fund of the Vermont Community Foundation