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January 2020

Visible in Vermont: Our Stories Our Voices Milton Exhibit

January 13 – January 24

This multi-generational photo and story exhibit highlights the experiences of people of color living and going to school in Vermont—telling their own stories and conveying the impact of racism on their lives. Open to the public. Presented by the Root Social Justice Center and supported by a VHC grant. Read More »

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Visible in Vermont: Our Stories Our Voices Quechee Exhibit

January 20 – January 31
Quechee Library, Quechee

This multi-generational photo and story exhibit highlights the experiences of people of color living and going to school in Vermont—telling their own stories and conveying the impact of racism on their lives. Presented by the Root Social Justice Center and supported by a VHC grant. Read More »

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Visible in Vermont Panel Discussion

January 25
11:00 am – 12:30 pm
Quechee Library, Quechee

Visible in Vermont is a multi-generational photo and story exhibit that highlights the experiences of people of color living and going to school in Vermont—telling their own stories and conveying the impact of racism on their lives. This panel discussion about the exhibit includes Asma Elhuni, Jarvis Green, Kale Camara, and Alicia Maddox. Presented by the Root Social Justice Center and supported by a VHC grant. Read More »

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February 2020

The Year of Mystery: Brown Bag Mystery Novels

February 1 – February 29

Revisit a classic mystery or discover a new favorite when you borrow a mystery novel wrapped in brown paper from a special themed display at the McCullough Library in February. Read More »

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Directing Mystery Plays: Panel Discussion and Potluck Brunch

February 22
11:00 am

Mystery plays can be a uniquely challenging project, even for experienced directors. Director Eric Peterson and others will discuss and illuminate these challenges. Bringing a dish to share is recommended, but not a requirement to attend. Read More »

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March 2020

Nate the Great After School Celebration

March 18
3:30 pm

Detective Nate the Great (from the children's book detective series) invites children and families to Bennington Free Library's "Get a Clue" after-school party in the Children's Room. This event is part of the Year of Mystery, a robust, dynamic series of opportunities for people of all ages to deepen their appreciation for the mystery genre and connect with their fellow enthusiasts. Read More »

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Nate the Great’s “Get a Clue” Storytime

March 21
10:30 am

Detective Nate the Great invites young detectives to "Get a Clue" Storytime in the Children's Room. We'll listen to Nate the Great stories read by a larger-than-life Nate, followed by mystery activities and snacks. This event is part of the Year of Mystery, a robust, dynamic series of opportunities for people of all ages to deepen their appreciation for the mystery genre and connect with their fellow enthusiasts. Read More »

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