Date: Monday, March 30, 2015 Time: 8:00 am - 9:00 am
With the legislature hitting the mid-way point, this breakfast will offer local legislators time to provide detailed reports on their committee work and bills affecting the Northeast Kingdom.
The monthly programs provide area business people and residents an overview of the legislative session and concerns affecting the region. The public is invited to attend and encouraged to ask questions. The NEK Chamber organizes the monthly forums and will provide a brief legislative report.
(Sponsors include Community National Bank, Fairbanks Scales, Lyndon State College, Northeastern Vermont Regional Hospital, Lyndon Institute, Passumpsic Savings Bank, Union Bank, St. Johnsbury Academy and Weidmann.)
Public is welcome. There is a small fee of $3 to attend the breakfast (going to benefit St. Johnsbury Senior Meals and the St. Johnsbury House).
Concepts of environmnental sustainability and the connection of our great human family. The talk explores rice farming in Bali, spends time with Indonesian rice farmers to learn why and how they live sustainably and then explores the celebrations around the world, illustrating we are one human faimily celebrating life on earth.
Presenter is Jan Reynolds, author of children's books, wilderness photographer and one of America's best known and articulate spoke's person on mountaineering. Admission is free and open to the public.