Finding your Voice; Finding your Community
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.
Monday, March 27 at 6:30 pm
Author Reading & Book Signing: Richard Adams Carey
In The Evil Day: Violence Comes to One Small Town
Join author Richard Adams Carey as he discusses his true-crime tale of the 62-year-old carpenter named Carl Drega who murdered four leading citizens in the little town of Colebrook, New Hampshire, way up near Canada.
Tuesday, March 27 at 6:30 pm
Racial Justice Film & Discussion Series:
Film and discussion with Migrant Justice and Central VT Showing Up for Racial Justice (SURJ). Migrant Farmworker José Obeth Santiz Cruz was killed in a farming accident in December 2009 in Vermont. The VT Migrant Farmworker Solidarity Project sent a delegation to Mexico to return his remains and document his family and community coming to terms with his death and sharing stories about the causes, effects, and their experiences of migration. Film by Sam Mayfield, Brendan O'Neill, and Gustavo Ter'an for the VT Migrant Farmworker Solidarity Project.
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