Brattleboro Inclusion Center to host in-person and online activities for all | Community News

BRATTLEBORO – The Brattleboro Inclusion Center will offer online and in-person activity classes for the fall season. The activities are free and designed to be open and accessible to all.


The second Saturday of each month at 7:00 p.m., Matt will give presentations on “Things You Don’t Usually See on Ancient Civilizations Tours.” Those who enjoy pyramids, monolithic structures, mummies and related topics will enjoy the course.

Support group

From 10 to 11 a.m. on Friday, members will meet and discuss a particular topic related to disability or health. Topics will range from relationship changes of illness or disability to exercise and pain management.

Games with Meg

On Fridays from 11 a.m. to noon, members will be able to play an extensive collection of games. Meg will host the provided games. The participants all determine how to make the game inclusive.


Yoga sessions involve joining established online yoga groups, such as Chair Yoga with Kate through the Easthampton Public Library. This course takes place once a week and meets on Thursdays at 11 a.m. The instructor will email a video of this week’s session. People can register through EventBrite.

Virtual yoga for beginners

Beginner level yoga classes are offered on Mondays at 6 p.m.

politics and current affairs

On the first Tuesday of each month, an organized policy debate will take place. This session is for everyone and all views are welcome.

Conversation Cafe

On Tuesday at 11 a.m., conversations on various topics will take place.

Open mic with Robin

An in-person meeting in Brattleboro will include music with as much mic sharing as attendees want.

Guests can share whatever they want: music, poetry, storytelling, magic, theatre, dance, jokes, etc. The day and time are to be determined.

For more activities, links, schedules and listings, visit the Brattleboro Inclusion Centers Facebook page: brattleborovt

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