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'Singin' in the Rain' Film Presentation

'Singin' in the Rain' Film Presentation

Retro families tap their toes along to this 1950s musical, featuring Gene Kelly and Debbie Reynolds performing elaborate... (Read more)

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St. Johnsbury World Maple Festival

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Fierce females acquire self-confidence, emotional stability and a positive body image through yoga poses, mindfulness activities, games and... (Read more)

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Girls Rock Vermont

Girls Rock Vermont

  • Winooski Middle School 60 Normand St
  • Winooski (Lamoille)

Girls Rock Vermont is a day camp for girls ages 8-18. Over the course of a week, campers learn an instrument (guitar, bass, drums, keyboards or vocals), form a band, write original songs and perform at a rock venue. Instruments are provided and scholarships are available. No musical experience required.... (Read more)

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Camp Hochelaga YWCA VT

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Camp Hochelaga YWCA VT

34 Hochelaga Road
Winooski, VT 05404
802-862-7520 (winter)

YWCA Camp Hochelaga offers traditional camp programs in arts, sports, swimming, boating, nature activities, and longstanding camp traditions. Girls ages 6-17 are encouraged to have fun, express themselves, and create friendships that will last a lifetime. One-week, multi-week, and 4 day “Mini-Camp” sessions, in residential camp and day camp formats. The last YWCA girls-only residential summer camp in the US continues to nurture independence and self-confidence, promote healthy behavior, encourage campers to build skills, explore interests, connect to the environment, and develop leadership skills.

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