C WHAT’S ON COMMUNITY CALENDAR
Understanding privilege at a time when there is a rise in violence against persons of color, immigrants, Muslims, Jews, gays, lesbians and queers is not only essential but calls us again to restore the roots of universal love in our practice of this thing called life!
In this 9-hour mini-conference, we will explore the social roles of whiteness, maleness and heterosexuality, as the norm while everything else is “other.” Understanding privilege in its varying forms and ways to engage individuals in dialogue about privilege will be the goals of the conference. This intersectionality of social identities will be explored in our time together. Conferees will leave with a commitment to a practice, which contributes to creating a safer world for all of us; and tools to begin that process.
For more information visit https://www.spectrumgenerations.org/annual-ice-fishing-derby
Join Waterville Creates! for Snow Sculpting in the Park with Amanda Bolduc and Cathy Thompson!
Learn from two amazing sculptors in Castonguay Square, outside the Common Street Arts building, from 1-5pm for free. These ladies are the winners of the National People’s Choice Award at the Lake Geneva United States National Snow Sculpting Competition of 2017 and 3rd place overall winners.
Please wear toasty warm clothing – inlcuding snow pants and boots – to try out the snow sculpting activities with the community. We do not want anyone to get too cold in this weather! Visitors are welcome to come view the sculptures and talk to the artists, or you can just come to enjoy all the fun!