Featured Business: Volunteers For Peace

Volunteers For Peace (VFP) is a non-profit organization located in the heart of Burlington’s South End. We promote international voluntary service as an effective means of intercultural education and community service around the world, offering over 3000 projects in more than 100 countries every year including the US! This year, we are celebrating our 30th Anniversary and organizing 19 projects in Vermont that will bring international diversity, culture and vibrancy to local communities. Since 1982, VFP has exchanged over 30,000 volunteers worldwide and organized more than 850 volunteer projects in North America. Start planning your volunteer adventure or learn how to get involved at VFP.org!

For more information, please contact info@vfp.org

Swing into Spring with SEABA!

Swing Into Spring at our next SEABA Social this Thursday:
March 15th from 5:30-7:30 p.m.

Enjoy food provided by City Market, cash bar by Drink!, and an overall swingin’ good time!

Remember to bring your business cards for a chance to win great door prizes by Vintage Inspired Antiques, Champlain Valley Fair, and Mindset To Achieve.

Chocolate generously provided by Lake Champlain Chocolates and photography by Littlest Penguin Photography.

Join or renew your SEABA membership at the event to get the discounted entry fee.
$5/members, $10/non-members

First Friday Art Walk – South End

Join us in the South End Arts District this Friday, March 2 from 5-8pm for the First Friday Art Walk!


Opening Receptions in the South End
:

Vintage Inspired Lifestyle Marketplace: Jordan Douglas & Axel Stohlberg
180 Flynn Ave, Suite 2, First Friday, 5-8pm

FLYNNDOG
: Roger Coleman
208 Flynn Ave, 363-4746, First Friday 6-8pm

RL Photo: Creative Competition
27 Sears Lane, First Friday 6-10pm, awards at 8:30pm

The SEABA Center: Doug Hoppes, “Landscapes with a Twist
404 Pine St, 859-9222, First Friday 5-8pm

Davis Studio Gallery: Miriam Thompson,  “Interaction
404 Pine St, 425-2700, First Friday 5-8pm

Speaking Volumes: Pamela Stafford & Katherine Plante
377 Pine St, 540-0107, First Friday 5-9pm

Dostie Bros. Frame Shop: Amanda Vella, “What Happens
308 Pine St, Suite 101 (Kilburn and Gates Building), 660-9005, First Friday 5 – 9pm

The S.P.A.C.E. Gallery: Adam DeVarney, “And Then the Weather Changed
266 Pine St, Suite 105, 578-2515, First Friday 5-10pm

Revival Studio: Garage Gallery: License Plate Art by Aaron Stein
The Soda Plant, 266 Pine St, 355-4091, First Friday 5-8pm

Jackie Mangione Studio: Michael Albert, and Collage Making Party
The Soda Plant, 266 Pine St, 598-1504, First Friday 5-8pm

Brickels Studio Gallery: Justin Lander, “Disposable Landscapes
266 Pine, Suite 104-A, 825-8214, First Friday 5-8pm

You may pick up an Art Map Guide to all of the First Friday happenings at each location listed above or at The SEABA Center at 404 Pine Street.

See you around the South End soon!

A Conversation on the Arts

The Flynn Center, BCA, and SEABA are pleased to invite Burlington voters to a conversation on the arts with mayoral candidates Wanda Hines, Miro Weinberger, and Kurt Wright.

Thursday, February 23, 2012
12:00 – 1:30 pm
FlynnSpace @ Flynn Center
153 Main Street, Burlington

This is a lunch time event, feel free to bring your brown bag or snack!

Space is limited. You will receive an email confirmation for your reserved seat.
Click here to RSVP and reserve your seat today!