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MSAC & Community Partners' Events
Special Events brought to you by MSAC, the City, and in collaboration with our partners
Weekly (and other regular) Drop-in Groups & Classes
Click here to find registration materials and current lists and schedules of in-person and online free and fee-based offerings for all ages. Dozens of diverse options!
See our Community Announcements page for more great events offered by other organizations!
We will continue to post online offerings of our community partners as space allows! We will update this site as the situation evolves and will send other news in our weekly e-letter. Anyone can subscribe by sending us a request to email@example.com.
End Of Life Series - Starting Sept. 8th
The End of Life Series returns this fall with their first event, Advance Care Planning, happening on September 8th, 2022. Join Cynthia Stadler APRN, from BAYADA Hospice, for a four-part series exploring important issues encountered towards the end of life. We will introduce a different topic each session, but also allow plenty of time to discuss questions, concerns, and thoughts participants wish to bring.
Sessions will be in-person at MSAC and refreshments will be served. Topics include Advance Care Planning on 9.8.22; Being Mortal film screening on 10.20.22; Taking Control at End of Life on 11.10.22; and Understanding Dementia on 12.8.22.
Call to register: 802-223-2518
Let's gather safely and care for our community this new year!
Current COVID guidelines affecting MSAC operations
Since mid-2021, MSAC's office and facility have been open to the public, and in-person classes and groups resumed, while others are held online.
All staff and group leaders are subject to the City's updated vaccine/testing guidelines, everyone inside the facility is required to wear masks, and no one who has recently been a close contact of a positive case or has symptoms should enter the facility. We encourage everyone to get vaccinated and boostered and to wear N-95, K-95, surgical, and/or double-masks whenever possible, and we are endeavoring to get a supply of these for MSAC volunteers.