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June 2018

Vermont Reads Movie Night

June 29
6:30 pm

This is the third of a four-week movie series at the Hartland Public Library as part of Vermont Reads 2018. For title and movie rating information, please call the library (802) 436-2473 or go to www.hartlandlibraryvt.org. Read More »

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July 2018

Book Discussion: Bread and Roses, Too by Katherine Paterson

July 25
6:30 pm

Join Hartland Public Library for a discussion of Bread and Roses, Too, VHC’s 2018 Vermont Reads book. Open to all ages. Read More »

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August 2018

Vermont Reads Movie Night

August 1
6:30 pm

This is the last of a four-week movie series at the Hartland Public Library as part of Vermont Reads 2018. For title and movie rating information, please call the library (802) 436-2473 or go to www.hartlandlibraryvt.org. Read More »

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September 2018

Book Discussion: Mr. & Mrs. Prince by Gretchen Holbrook Gerzina

September 12
6:30 pm

Part of the African American Experience: South to North series. Throughout the 20th century, African-Americans fled southern states to escape persecution and seek opportunities further north. This series pairs Isabel Wilkerson's masterful history of this Great Migration with fiction and memoir that illuminate the north/south divide. Read More »

October 2018

Book Discussion: The Warmth of Other Suns by Isabel Wilkerson

October 3
6:30 pm

Part of the African American Experience: South to North series. Throughout the 20th century, African-Americans fled southern states to escape persecution and seek opportunities further north. This series pairs Isabel Wilkerson's masterful history of this Great Migration with fiction and memoir that illuminate the north/south divide. Read More »

Book Discussion: Black Boy by Richard Wright

October 24
6:30 pm

Part of the African American Experience: South to North series. Throughout the 20th century, African-Americans fled southern states to escape persecution and seek opportunities further north. This series pairs Isabel Wilkerson's masterful history of this Great Migration with fiction and memoir that illuminate the north/south divide. Read More »

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