Zack's Place February Newsletter 2019
January 2019

In January we enjoyed the Grinch Movie at Lebanon Cinemas, we watched the new MARY POPPINS, at Pentangle and we went to the HOP to see the Barber Shop Chronicles. We went to Artistree for pottery with Fiona, we had art classes with Caitlin, art with Finnie and crafts with Lolly and Bonnie. We danced with Liz Barker and sang with Kerry Rosenthal, we had story telling workshops with Jools. We made cookies with Liz and Kitty, we had music movement with Kathleen and Mark and drummed with Ted. We walked to the Library and read books with Sarah, we read every Tuesday with Diane and Wednesday with Bettyanne.

The weather was cold but we skied every Tuesday with Vermont Adaptive, we snow-shoed with the Woodstock Union High School Students, worked out with Bari, we had bi-weekly yoga classes with Lalita, Tita, Amanda and Jamie. We went bowling at Maple Lanes and swam at the Upper Valley Aquatic Center. We also played games with Carl.
Molly on the Drums
Annie and Liz bake cookies
Keegan and Joanne work on a painting in Finnie's are class
John and Andrew working on pottery at Artistree
Dancing with Liz Barker
Singing with Kerry Rosenthal and Woodstock Elementary School Students
Tree prints with Finnie
Andrew and Marissa at Artistree
Dana, Caitlin and Annie working on an owl project
Evelyn taking a break from snowboarding with her Vermont Adaptive Instructor
Joanne Michael and Holly on a beautiful ski day at S6
Vermont Adaptive and Matt get ready to carve it up.
Our bi-weekly yoga classes are so popular!
Zack's Place has a group of participants that come out on ski days and snowshoe together and enjoy lunch in the lodge.
The 2019 Zack's Place Snow Shoe Team with their athlete partners from WUHS
Zack's Place participants Jessica and Erin carve it up with friends, family and volunteers
Great chairlift picture!
The Second Annual Winter-Fest at the Quechee Club Paddle Courts

The 2nd Annual“Winterfest”at the Quechee club, was an absolutely wonderful evening! This year…the event was double the amount of people, from last year, and our crowd consisted of paddle and non-paddle tennis players, which was our goal. It made it more than just a paddle tennis event and thus, showing us, that everyone felt welcome!
The venue was perfect including the cold night air and the full moon as a back drop to the festivities. Having the cozy warm paddle hut, the music, the delicious food and beverages, the bonfire and the fabulous group of people who came out to support us and join in all the activities, was magical. It certainly was a success and if history repeats itself…next year we will have even more people!!
Thank you to the committee, all those that attended and The Quechee Club!
Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for our new entrance! Come join us on March 1st at 4PM to celebrate our new accessible and safe entrance!