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July 2020

Alexander Twilight Mini-Series: Natural History

July 31, 2020
11:00 am
Alexander Twilight

Join us in learning about African American Alexander Twilight's contributions to the state of Vermont. Staff have put together curriculum and tote bags with hands-on activities to highlight Twilight's influence and accomplishments as man educator. The event is to pick up take-home materials only. No physical program will be held onsite. Read More »

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September 2020

*CANCELLED* Lectures to Enhance the Second Vermont Classical Play: Clouds by Aristophanes

September 10, 2020
6:15 pm

The Vermont Classical Play 2020 is Aristophanes' Clouds! This ancient Greek comedy explores the timeless clash of traditional wisdom and new learning, inter-generational strife, and a villainous Socrates. The production features original music, dance, and a live band. Pre-show wine and mead tasting at 5:30 pm; pre-performance lecture at 6:15 pm; performance at 7:30 pm. Read More »

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*CANCELLED* Lectures to Enhance the Second Vermont Classical Play: Clouds by Aristophanes

September 11, 2020
6:15 pm

The Vermont Classical Play 2020 is Aristophanes' Clouds! This ancient Greek comedy explores the timeless clash of traditional wisdom and new learning, inter-generational strife, and a villainous Socrates. The production features original music, dance, and a live band. Pre-show wine and mead tasting at 5:30 pm; pre-performance lecture at 6:15 pm; performance at 7:30 pm. Read More »

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*CANCELLED* Lectures to Enhance the Second Vermont Classical Play: Clouds by Aristophanes

September 12, 2020
6:15 pm

The Vermont Classical Play 2020 is Aristophanes' Clouds! This ancient Greek comedy explores the timeless clash of traditional wisdom and new learning, inter-generational strife, and a villainous Socrates. The production features original music, dance, and a live band. Pre-show wine and mead tasting at 5:30 pm; pre-performance lecture at 6:15 pm; performance at 7:30 pm. Read More »

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October 2020

*DIGITAL* Brattleboro Literary Festival 2020

October 16, 2020 – October 18, 2020
Join Brattleboro Literary Festival online

From October 16-18, the 19th annual Brattleboro Literary Festival will host more than fifty authors to be featured in over twenty events—all online and free! Read More »

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Women Voted Here: Before Columbus

October 21, 2020
7:00 pm
Dr. Sally Roesch Wagner

As part of the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom's celebration of the 19th Amendment, this free online presentation featuring Dr. Sally Roesch Wagner will explore important influences in the US women’s suffrage movement that are often forgotten. (Pre-registration required.) Read More »

Women’s Suffrage: The Rest of the Story

October 22, 2020
2:00 pm
Dr. Sally Roesch Wagner

As part of the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom's celebration of the 19th Amendment, this free online presentation featuring Dr. Sally Roesch Wagner will explore important influences in the US women’s suffrage movement that are often forgotten. (Pre-registration required.) Read More »

Focus on Women, Culture and Herstories of Suffrage

October 22, 2020
5:00 pm
Dr. Sally Roesch Wagner

As part of the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom's celebration of the 19th Amendment, this free online presentation featuring Dr. Sally Roesch Wagner will explore important influences in the US women’s suffrage movement that are often forgotten. Read More »

December 2020

*DIGITAL*: Racism in America Forum: Growing Up Black in Rural Vermont

December 1, 2020
7:00 pm
Young African American man seen in profile

Moderated by Reverend Arnold Isidore Thomas, this month's forum Growing Up Black in Vermont features a panel of African American students from Mount Mansfield Union High School, Woodstock Union High School, and Randolph Union High School, who will share their experiences. Read More »

January 2021

*DIGITAL* Qualities of “Mercy?” Screening

January 14
7:00 pm
Two young women on Zoom looking at each other

Join Peter Gould, founder of the “Get Thee to the Funnery” Shakespeare camp, and young actors in Vermont and Mumbai, India for the world premiere of their streaming film “Qualities of ‘Mercy?’” Read More »

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