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john abbott <[log in to unmask]>
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Tue, 26 Sep 2006 13:25:43 -0500
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> From: "Benjamin Adler" <[log in to unmask]>
> Date: Tue Sep 26, 2006  9:00:53 AM US/Central
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> Subject: The Legend of Don Dicisco
> Dear Office of Student Life,
> Hello,
> my name is Benjy Adler. I am a resident of Burlington.
> I am writing to tell you about a really compelling festival happening
> on Saturday (9/30) in Williston, called the Legend of Don Dicisco
> ( It is a non-profit, completely powered by solar 
> and
> veggie-oil generators. There will be great local music, art, and
> lectures on ecology and sustainability. Performing musicians/groups
> include: Classic Consort, Doug Perkins, PanAshe, Paul Asbell and The
> Nicholas Cassarino Ensemble. Lecturers include Tom Wessels, Dan Wells, 
> the
> Vermont Institute of Natural Science and more. Included in the price
> of admission is also an amazing feast of all local foods.
> This event is 'Solar-Fest' meets 'Burning-man', with a vivid message
> about sustainability and the importance of local vitality. If possible
> and appropriate, please forward this message on to interested faculty
> and students. I assure you that anyone who attends the event will
> appreciate having been informed.
> Thank you,
> Benjy Adler
> 802-598-3028
John Abbott						    phone 	656.2060
Asst. Director of Student Life			    e-mail	[log in to unmask]
Outdoor Programs						fax	656.7731

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