Koningsdam heralds a step change in terms of technology for Holland America, with the debut of a degree wraparound screen in The World Stage, the main theater found on decks 1 and 2. The shows are a mix of music, dancing and movies, but not all utilize the technology to its fullest, especially if there are guest performers. The screen does come into its own, however, with the onboard performers, in shows such as "OneWorld," "Musicology" and the screening of the BBC's "The Frozen Planet," which is accompanied by a specially composed score. Expect magic shows, tribute bands, and music and dance revues. Michelle, the oldest winery in Washington State, where Holland America is headquartered. It's situated on Deck 2, on the way to the main dining room and is completely open -- both good moves by HAL as everyone on their way to eat can take a good look at passengers pouring, sniffing, swirling and blending.
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Youth & Teen Center
Description: The Township will host an open house for the residents and vendors of Groveland Township. We will host this event every year on the Annual Township Day. This flyer was posted on Facebook and our township website.
The Basement Teen Center is a substance-free, adult-supervised space for teens to gather, have a healthy snack, participate in planned activities, learn leadership skills, and have fun. The Program provides a safe place for area youth to develop their potential as individuals and as members of the broader Montpelier community. We are looking for a Director with passion for working with young people and the enthusiasm to build on the legacy earned from being a mainstay of youth programming in Vermont's Capital City for over twenty-five years. This position requires maintaining a database, collaboratively writing and reporting on grants, using social media, developing informational materials, and conducting outreach to schools and other community spaces.