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Lunch and Learn - Transition from Rehab to Performance

Date: Friday, November 1
Time: 12-1p.m.
Cost: Free and open to all
Facilitators: Sarah Booker

What are the best ways to transition from the rehabilitation stage of an orthopedic injury to performing on the field, court, ice, or trails? Sarah will discuss concepts relevant to some common long-term/recurrent injuries such as IT band syndrome, tendinopathies, patellofemoral syndrome and ankle sprains, as well as late stage recovery from surgeries such as rotator cuff repair and ACL reconstruction. Some over-arching themes will include regaining mobility in the affected joint and surrounding joints, movement patterns including gait, hip and core strength, increasing volume, building an interdisciplinary team, and mental preparedness.

For more information, email Sarah at


Button Up Hartford

Date: Friday, November 1
Time: 6-7:30 p.m.
Cost: Free and open to all
Facilitators: The Town of Hartford Energy Commission

This workshop will highlight what homeowners can do to lower energy consumption in their homes with a focus on weatherization. Efficiency Vermont (EVT) will explain their incentives and programs and there will be an opportunity for participants to ask questions and sign up for a free energy audit of their home. The event will last 1.5-2 hours and food will be served.

The Hartford Energy Commission (HEC) promotes the prudent use of energy in the Town of Hartford and helps town officials and the public with a just transition to a sustainable, resilient energy system.

For more information, email Erik at



Lunch and Learn - Intuitive Directions: An innovative approach to gaining clarity when you're stuck

Date: Friday, December 6
Time: 12-1 p.m.
Cost: Free and open to all
Facilitators: Carla Kimball

Intuitive Directions is a tool for reflection, problem solving, journaling, and daily inspiration.

This tool offers an accessible and fun way to gain insight into the unknown. Seven years in the making, it contains seven decks organized around seven themes with questions and images specifically designed to break out of patterned ways of thinking and move the energy forward.

Questions evoke curiosity and create openings in our thinking. Images engage our imagination, draw on past experiences, and can lead us into further clarity. Rolling the dice introduces an element of serendipity leading to themes that might provide fresh perspectives.

During this one-hour introduction to the deck, participants will discover the power of image and question as they consider an issue that requires some clarity.  Each person will get a chance to experience the deck as they roll the dice to get a new perspective.

For more information, email Carla at