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  1. Adult Improv.: Acting for Fun and Pleasure!

    April 4, 2017, 7:00 PM - April 9, 2017, 8:30 PM

    Come learn improvisation skills and drama games just for the fun of it! Learn to think on your feet, be in the moment, and trust your instincts, all the while having a great time. Taught by former professional actress and experienced teacher Becca Greene-Van Horn, the class will focus on the basics, while encouraging participants to stretch themselves into previously unknown and hilarious territory.

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  2. From Abortion Rights to Reproductive Justice: Building the Movement for Reproductive Freedom

    April 7, 2017, 3:00 PM - April 9, 2017, 1:00 PM @ Check In located in Robert Crown Center (RCC) and Franklin Patterson Hall (FPH) at Hampshire College

    CLPP's annual activist conference, From Abortion Rights to Reproductive Justice: Building the Movement for Reproductive Freedom, will bring over 1000 students, activists, and community members together April 7-9. Join us to connect with amazing student and community activists and learn about the intersections of #reproductivejustice and other movements. We strive to make the conference accessible to all--the conference is available at a sliding scale starting from $0. To find out more information, go to our 2017 conference homepage: http://bit.ly/CLPP2017home. Learn about accessibility, childcare, and getting to the conference here: http://bit.ly/attendclpp. Want to show your support for the conference? Become a #CLPP2017 sponsor today: http://bit.ly/clppsponsor.

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  3. Fruit Tree Propagation: Grafting and Top Working

    April 8, 2017, 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM @ Small Ones Farm

    Free yourself from the expense of nursery-bought fruit trees! A fundamental skill of the self-sufficient orchardist, grafting gives you the freedom to save desirable varieties, produce your own trees for free, and swap out varieties you don’t like without having to take out the whole tree. This workshop will give you the confidence and practical skills needed to do all of your own grafting at home without any fancy tools. Bob and Matt of Small Ones Farm, will also demo and provide hands-on instruction in topworking, a technique that allows you to renovate or replace already planted trees with more desirable varieties. There will also be discussion and examples of how to plant and care for your newly grafted trees. All participants will come away with a grafted apple tree of their own making.

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