EVENTS


Art at Flynndog

March 4 - April 30

Photographer Peter Curtis will be showing selected pieces from this Intervals portfolio, the sale of which will benefit Steps to End Domestic Violence.

About the art: Intervals is a collection of 70 dance and street photographs made in Cuba. The photographs are made with “shutter durations long enough to record subject and camera movement,” according to Curtis.

For more information: http://flynndog.net/up-coming-exhibits/


Film Screenings @ Main Street Landing

Tuesdays in April
7 p.m. at Main Street Landing

Each Tuesday this month, we’ll be on hand for screenings of classic films, selling concessions, accepting donations and saying hi! The screenings themselves are free and we hope you can come out for a fun night on the Burlington Waterfront.


Real Talk: Young People & Healthy Relationships
Tuesday April, 30
Noon, Contois Auditorium at Burlington City Hall

Presented by The Greater Burlington Women’s Forum

Are you curious about what dating life is REALLY like for today’s youth? Navigating the world of digital interaction while facing all the hurdles we encountered without smartphones in our hands? Our panel of experts will share what really goes on in the community each and every day in teen relationships, discuss the dynamics of sexual and gender-based violence, and provide tips to start discussions about difficult topics with the young people in your life.
Learn about the teenage dating climate and gain insights and strategies to begin conversations that will help your loved ones feel listened to, cared for, and safe as they navigate the messy process of growing up today.

Panelists:
- Amanda Rohdenburg (she/her): Director of Advocacy at Outright Vermont
- Chani Waterhouse (she/her): Director of Member Relations at the Vermont Network Against Domestic and Sexual Violence
- Jen Tierney (she/her): Youth Advocate at HOPE Works
- Morgan Wagner (she/her): Hotline & Volunteer Manager at Steps to End Domestic Violence
- Marla Goldstein (she/her): Education and Prevention Coordinator at Steps to End Domestic Violence

Moderator:
- Sarah Mell (they/them or she/her): Education & Outreach Coordinator, Women's Center, University of Vermont


Girl Crush: Comedy Showcase
Sunday, May 12
7 p.m. at Vermont Comedy Club

This regular show at Vermont Comedy Club features Vermont's most hilarious female-identifying performers. It may be standup, sketch, improv - or a mix of all three! Hosted by Natalie Miller.
We’ll be tabling, accepting donations, and hanging out - don’t miss our featured drink, the Amelia Earhart: A girl-power packed take on the classic Aviator cocktail.


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First Thursday at Shelburne Vineyard
Thursday, June 6
6 p.m. at Shelburne Vineyard

Join in a fun night with great music and tasty wine! We will be on hand at Shelburne Vineyard’s June edition of its monthly First Thursday event to meet and answer any questions you might have about who we are and what we do. The month’s featured musician is Sabrina Marie.

HOST YOUR OWN EVENT

Host your own event and donate the proceeds to Steps to End Domestic Violence!

 

Types of Events

Birthday party, wedding, anniversary celebration, dinner party, bake sale, yard sale, retirement party, or anything you can think of - contact us to help make it happen.


For more information about events, contact Jessie at 802-658-3131 x1063 or here.