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Cabot Public Library

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Cabot, VT 05647 United States

January 2019

Book Discussion: Interpreter of Maladies by Jhumpa Lahiri

January 28, 2019
10:30 am

Part of the International Migrations series. To or from the United States, spanning India, Cuba, Greece, and Ireland, this series of Pulitzer-winning works spotlights characters in the midst of broader migrations. Read More »

February 2019

Vermont Reads: Dinner and Discussion of March: Book One

February 12, 2019
6:30 pm

Join Cabot Public Library for dinner and a discussion of the Vermont Reads 2019 book March: Book One by John Lewis, Andrew Aydin, and Nate Powell. Dinner at 6:30 pm; discussion follows at 7:00 pm. Books available at the library. RSVP to the Cabot Public Library is helpful. Read More »

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Book Discussion: Angela’s Ashes by Frank McCourt

February 18, 2019
10:30 am

Part of the International Migrations series. To or from the United States, spanning India, Cuba, Greece, and Ireland, this series of Pulitzer-winning works spotlights characters in the midst of broader migrations. Read More »

March 2019

Book Discussion: Middlesex by Jeffrey Eugenides

March 18, 2019
10:30 am

Part of the International Migrations series. To or from the United States, spanning India, Cuba, Greece, and Ireland, this series of Pulitzer-winning works spotlights characters in the midst of broader migrations. Read More »

April 2019

**CANCELLED** Book Discussion: Mambo Kings Play Songs of Love by Oscar Hijuelos

April 15, 2019
10:30 am

Part of the International Migrations series. To or from the United States, spanning India, Cuba, Greece, and Ireland, this series of Pulitzer-winning works spotlights characters in the midst of broader migrations. Read More »

February 2020

Vermont Reads: Coffee House and Open Mic

February 9, 2020
6:00 pm

Join Cabot Library for a Coffee House and Open Mic night featuring voices of BIPOC (Black, Indigenous and People of Color). The library will have books prepped with poems by African-Americans to be read aloud by whomever should like to read. Coffee, cocoa, tea, and cookies served. Read More »

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Vermont Reads Film Screening and Discussion of The Hate U Give

February 13, 2020
6:00 pm

The Cabot Library will host a film screening and discussion of the movie The Hate U Give, based on the book of the same name by Angie Thomas. Come in and pick up a copy of the book in advance, or be inspired to pick up the book that evening. Light Dinner snacks, popcorn and drinks served. Discussion topics will include The Hate U Give book vs film, racial conflict, and resilience. This event is free and open to the public. The film is rated PG-13. Read More »

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March 2020

**POSTPONED** Book Discussion: The Seven Deadly Sins Sampler

March 19, 2020
2:00 pm

Delve into selections from the Great Books’ Foundation’s volume, The Seven Deadly Sins Sampler, and discover why, according to Dartmouth professor of ethics and human values Ronald M. Green, these short stories “remind us that most of our problems arise in the hidden recesses of the human heart.” Read More »

April 2020

**DIGITAL ONLY** Book Discussion: The Seven Deadly Sins Sampler

April 16, 2020
2:00 pm
Image of illustration of the sin of pride

Delve into selections from the Great Books’ Foundation’s volume, The Seven Deadly Sins Sampler, and discover why, according to Dartmouth professor of ethics and human values Ronald M. Green, these short stories “remind us that most of our problems arise in the hidden recesses of the human heart.” Read More »

May 2020

**DIGITAL ONLY** Reading and Discussion: Seven Deadly Sins Sampler

May 7, 2020
2:00 pm

Delve into selections from the Great Books’ Foundation’s volume, The Seven Deadly Sins Sampler, and discover why, according to Dartmouth professor of ethics and human values Ronald M. Green, these short stories “remind us that most of our problems arise in the hidden recesses of the human heart.” Read More »

ONLINE ONLY: Cabot Public Library: Seven Deadly Sins

May 28, 2020
2:00 pm

Delve into selections from the Great Books’ Foundation’s volume, The Seven Deadly Sins Sampler, and discover why, according to Dartmouth professor of ethics and human values Ronald M. Green, these short stories “remind us that most of our problems arise in the hidden recesses of the human heart.” Read More »

June 2020

*DIGITAL* Book Discussion: The Seven Deadly Sins Sampler

June 18, 2020
2:00 pm
Image of illustration of the sin of pride

Delve into selections from the Great Books’ Foundation’s volume, The Seven Deadly Sins Sampler, and discover why, according to Dartmouth professor of ethics and human values Ronald M. Green, these short stories “remind us that most of our problems arise in the hidden recesses of the human heart.” Read More »

February 2021

*DIGITAL* Book Discussion: Second Nature: A Gardener’s Education by Michael Pollan

February 25
2:00 pm
Image of farmer beside tractor

Vermonters know as well as anyone the rich metaphors inherent in farming and gardening. These authors dig deep to explore the philosophical roots, family dynamics, and personal enrichment associated with tending and growing. Read More »

March 2021

*DIGITAL* Book Discussion: A Country Year by Sue Hubbell

March 25
2:00 pm
Image of farmer beside tractor

Vermonters know as well as anyone the rich metaphors inherent in farming and gardening. These authors dig deep to explore the philosophical roots, family dynamics, and personal enrichment associated with tending and growing. Read More »

April 2021

*DIGITAL* Book Discussion: My Garden (Book) by Jamaica Kincaid

April 22
2:00 pm
Image of farmer beside tractor

Vermonters know as well as anyone the rich metaphors inherent in farming and gardening. These authors dig deep to explore the philosophical roots, family dynamics, and personal enrichment associated with tending and growing. Read More »

May 2021

*DIGITAL* Book Discussion: Here and Nowhere Else: Late Seasons of a Farm and Its Family by Jane Brox

May 27
2:00 pm
Image of farmer beside tractor

Vermonters know as well as anyone the rich metaphors inherent in farming and gardening. These authors dig deep to explore the philosophical roots, family dynamics, and personal enrichment associated with tending and growing. Read More »

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