Finding your Voice; Finding your Community
First Meeting: Saturday, March 4 at 10:00 am
Dates: Saturdays in March (4, 11, 18, 25)
Time: 10:00 am - noon
Join poet and writing professor Marjorie Ryerson of Randolph and history and writing professor Lindy Biggs of East Montpelier in four guided writing workshops. In each session we explore ways to move forward in these challenging times through the writing of songs, essays, poems, opinion pieces, or whatever word structures speak to each participant. The workshops are free, and no advance registration is needed. Participants are welcome to join however many sessions work for them.
Forging a Coherent Policy for the Future
Monday, March 6 at 7:00 pm
Peter Rousmaniere is a Vermont journalist who has followed immigration trends and policy for over a decade. Join Peter as he reports on a year’s research of immigration trends, policy, and profiles of immigrants in the Northeast. An interesting and informative talk regardless of your current position on immigration.
Monday, March 8 at 6:30 pm
"The Heidi Chronicles"
by Wendy Wasserstein
All are invited to a funny evening of Readers' Theater. Come listen and laugh or better yet, take a part! Funny and wise, this Pulitzer Prize winning play follows the progress of a generation from the upheaval and activism of the 60s to the materialism of the 80s.
We're happy to announce that VTDigger will be visiting the library once a month to talk about the news at VTDigger, upcoming stories in 2017, fake news, and to hear what topics you want them to write about. Our first get-together, with coffee and pastries, is Monday, February 27, 10 to 11am, in the Hayes Room. Please join us!
Please register here so that we have plenty of refreshments!
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