Vermont Council of the Blind Activities

26 January 2018

COMING UP Audio Described Performances St. Mike's Summer shows Weston Playhouse - West Side Story Lyric’s Fall show - Annie THE VERMONT COUNCIL OF THE BLIND We are pleased to announce our annual trip specifically designed for the blind and visually impaired. This year’s trip will be to the White Mountains of New Hampshire from Wednesday September 5 to Friday September 7. Our plans include: a guided visit to Mt. Kearsage Indian Museum, a guided and tactile tour of the Canterbury Shaker Village, a visit to Squam Lakes Natural Science Center, which includes a 90 minute arrayed boat ride in a canopied boat, a stop at Moulton Farm (which is an example of sustainable agriculture) for lunch and a craft class, time to spend at the Old Country Store and Museum (on your own), a narrated trip on the Hobo Railroad in vintage rail cars, and a stop at The Omni Mt. Washington for a tactile and guided tour that finishes with cider and cookies. We will be staying for two nights at The Indian Head Resort, which has a pool, fitness center, paddle boats, and a spa. The cost of $395.00 per person double occupancy includes: breakfasts on Thursday and Friday at the resort, a complimentary Wine & Beer Reception on Wednesday at the resort, dinner on Wednesday and Thursday at the resort, lunch on Thursday at the Moulton Farm Kitchen, lunch on Friday on the Hobo Railroad, all admissions and gratituties, transportation to and from our pick up points and a full time tour manager. If you wish, there is entertainment nightly in the lounge. The Vermont Council is subsidizing this trip for 30 people. Please send your check, made payable to VCB, for $200. Per person before April 1, 2018 to: The Vermont Council of the Blind Carol Ann Richman, Treasurer 15 Yandow Drive South Burlington, VT 05403 If you have any questions contact me by email or by phone 802-862-8558 THE VERMONT COUNCIL OF THE BLIND Membership dues for The Vermont Council of the Blind are $20.00 per year. Our year is from March 1, 2018 to February 28, 2019. Membership includes membership with The American Council of the Blind. This entitles you to receive their publication BRAILLE FORUM. Membership in The Vermont Council entitles you to receive reduced prices to various sows and other activities of The Council. Please complete the following information and send with your check, made payable to VCB, before March 1, 2018 to: Carol Ann Richman, Treasurer The Vermont Council of the Blind 15 Yandow Drive South Burlington, VT 05403 NAME _____________________________________ ADDRESS ___________________________________ CITY/STATE/ZIP _________________________________________ PHONE NUMBER __________________________________________ EMAIL ADDRESS ___________________________________________ VISUAL STATUS FULLY SIGHTED. LEGALLY BLIND. TOTALLY BLIND, VISUALLY IMPAIRED HOW DO YOU WISH TO RECEIVE THE BRAILLE FORUM? BRAILLE. CASSETTE, LARGE PRINT. COMPUTER CD EMAIL. NONE

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