We are looking for volunteers participating in a nutrition intervention study conducted at the Clinical Research Center (CRC) at the University of Vermont seeking to better understand the potential benefits of dairy fat against type 2 diabetes. Qualified participants must be: Men and women ages 50 to 65 with prediabetes (condition with slightly elevated blood sugar higher than normal) and a BMI between 25 and 40, Having consistent dietary habits that include dairy products, and Available for 8 consecutive weeks . $1,000 compensation is provided if you qualify and complete the study. For more information and to schedule a screening, please call: 802-656-9422 and leave your name and contact number or email email@example.com (Email is preferred).
Rediscover the romance of the rails on board a relaxing three-hour round-trip dinner train from Burlington to Middlebury. On this unique dining journey, you will enjoy a three-course gourmet dinner created on board our kitchen car, and the beautiful Vermont landscape as it rolls by your window. Reconnect with friends and family and make memories to cherish forever.
We've all heard of Plein Air Painting, but what about Plein Air Poetry? If you love words, being outdoors and storytelling, come out with a nature-loving poet-adventure guide on an easy 1-hour walk - in person or virtually via livestream from wherever you are - as we explore new experiences and spontaneous prompts to write a plein air poem. No experience necessary. Children welcome and encouraged! See poartry.org/nature-walks for more information and to donate.
We're back! We've worked with the Town of St. Albans to put together our 6th annual Harvest Fest, and this year we're doing it right on the Bay! Join us for a Viking Feast the likes of which you've never experienced, with flagons of an exclusive harvest mead, locally harvested food, and one of the most gorgeous views in Vermont. Free to attend, pet friendly, and all ages welcome! This feast is part of the St Albans Bay Farmers Market Harvest Fest.
Join us in a walking meditation to mark the turning of the seasons as the days become shorter and the night longer. As the seasons change and call us inward, consider the balance of light and dark in your life. This Fall Equinox Celebration will be led by the UU Labyrinth Ministry member at our Community Labyrinth located on the southwest corner of the UU property. All are welcome. Rain or Shine. Free. Contact Carol MacDonald (862-9037) firstname.lastname@example.org for more info or questions.