Nerf Games are back – for young players, from grade 2 through 8, to be able to participate in a fun team building environment with specific objectives to build skills such as strategic thinking, respect, honesty, relationship building, helping, sharing, etc in a fun game environment. Players are split on two teams and based on the game type they are asked to then work together to complete the objective of the game with their team. Roles can be formed to accomplish each of the objectives and referee’s are there during these games to help facilitate honesty and to make sure everyone is playing by the rules of the game.
Each session will be independent of each other. Sign up for one or all of them depending on what works for you. We have tried to do different days of the week to see what works best for people. Please note that some weeks are themed (Jersey night, Halloween night) if your kid chooses we encourage them to dress with the theme but it is not required.
Participants please bring:
– Nerf Blaster (if you have one, if not we have some to provide)
– Sneakers to change into and out of snowy dirty boots
We will provide:
– Eye Protection
10/30 Halloween edition – Kids can wear any Halloween costume they want.
11/14 Special Forces edition – Kids wear camo clothing and any Army, Military, hunting gear they choose.
12/10 – Jersey Night – Kids wear their favorite sports team shirt or jersey.
1/10 – Fortnite Edition – Kids can dress up as Fortnite players, bring their favorite dance. Shield potion and slurp juice will be available.
1/23 – Superhero Edition – Kids dress up as their favorite superhero or wear superhero themed clothing.
PARTICIPANTS MUST BE PREREGISTERED.
****Now Happening the 2nd Saturday of EVERY MONTH*****
Join us for coffee/tea and conversation!
Meet other local Moms and let the kids play in the playroom.
The only requirement in kindness!
Great drinks, food, and snacks available for purchase.
An evening of networking and conversation, and a discussion with experts around the power of community and supporting working women in Vermont.
With experts Margaret Bozic, Champlain Housing Trust; Christ Loyer, Green Mountain Transit; Janet McLaughlin, Let’s Grow Kids; Melinda White, NMC’s Comprehensive Pain Clinic.
Every January, Peoples Trust Company and the Franklin County Regional Chamber
join forces to kick off the New Year with a festive mixer at the bank’s Main Branch.
This year, we’ll be presenting the Timothy Bovat Civic Involvement Award to Lt. Jason Wetherby and his K-9 partner Wyatt at the mixer.
The Civic Involvement Award is presented annually to an individual or group whose investment in the local community goes beyond the norm. The Chamber, in conjunction with the Bovat Family, have been presenting this award to members of our community since 2000.
Special thanks to our hosts, Peoples Trust Company, for their support of our presentation.
SunCommon now offers Home Energy Storage the ability to store your solar power for back-up during outages. When storms hit and the power goes out, your solar and battery work together to keep the essentials of your home running. Homes with solar and storage enjoy the reliability of backup power and support a more reliable and efficient grid for their community Come hear about the latest technology in solar and battery storage combinations for homes and businesses! SunCommon’s Community Partnership Organizer Erin Rocheleau will be going over the new options for homeowners in Vermont, and clueing folks into the latest technology of the Tesla Powerwall 2.0.