Come make valentines with us at our Valentine’s Anytime party next Wednesday, October 30 from 9:30-11 AM at the Women’s Center. We’ll provide some yummy bfast items, plenty of excellent card decorations and fun!
Come hungry and ready to be creative!
This is our last event as part of Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
As part of our Womyn@Noon series, this Thursday some local, queer parents will be here talking about the social and legal hurdles they’ve faced so far in their parenting journey. This talk will be valuable to all current and future parents. Your parenting support circle can never be too big! Join us – Thursday, Oct. 24 at 12pm in The Women’s Center.
Did you miss SoulCollage earlier this month?
Here’s your second chance to unwind, be creative and take time for YOU!
Step away from this busy time of the semester…
Read this great article about how art and conversation among women are coming together on the stoops of Brooklyn thanks to this one artist. Wouldn’t it be amazing to do this in Burlington?! “I believe the sharing of certain social experiences opens a window,” Ms. Lacy said. “If you put society — the audience — in the position of listening, they are going to start reframing their ideas.”
Alice Lynch and Sumayya Coleman are two fierce women doing powerful, world changing work. As you spend October raising your awareness of domestic violence, consider this historical perspective and what it means when deeply rooted systematic oppression continues to influence the institutions that are meant to dismantle abuse at the domestic level.Click the title above to access the audio file.
We have a lot of great events yet to come this month in recognition of Domestic Violence Awareness Month. We’re eager to talk with people about the importance of healthy relationships, the impact of violence on us all, the resilience of survivors and how we can make change toward ending violence. Join us!
12pm in The Women’s Center – 34 S. Williams, Burlington, VT. Hope to see you there!!
Spread the word that tonight is the night to transform, be and heal! Stop in to the Living Well Studio (first floor, Davis Center) between 7-9 PM and take some time for YOU!
SoulCollage is offered as part of Domestic Violence Awareness Month.