Saturday, February 25 - 1:00pm - 4:00pm
An afternoon seminar with Gretchen Stahl.
What is it that attracts us to fairy tales? In this three hour workshop Gretchen Stahl will discuss the way fairy tales fuel the imagination and create possibilities for new understanding. This seminar will include hands-on learning, responses to poetry, and reflections of the afternoon. Participants will use this shared experience to build new appreciation for the importance of the fairy tale in our world today. This seminar is intended for anyone who is fascinated by fairy tale traditions.
This is an intergenerational workshop for adults and children age 12 and up.
Pre-registration is required. Sign-up at the adult circulation desk or call 223-3338.
Monday, February 27 at 6:30 pm
Join us as we watch and discuss this powerful documentary featuring narratives about the move from “personal to political” for pioneers of various LGBTQ political organizations. Created by filmmaker and gender activist Steven F. Dansky, co-founder of OUTSpoken: Oral History from LGBTQ Pioneers. LGBTQ series co-sponsored by Unitarian Church of Montpelier and Kellogg-Hubbard Library.
Wednesday, March 1 at 7:00 pm
The United States and NATO:
Lead or Leave?
During the 2016 presidential campaign, some questioned traditional US policy by calling NATO obsolete. Stan Sloan, Visiting Scholar at Middlebury College and author of Defense of the West, considers the costs and benefits of America’s leadership of NATO and discusses options for US relations with its European allies.
A part of the First Wednesdays Montpelier Program. The First Wednesdays program is sponsored by The Vermont Humanities Council and hosted by the Kellogg-Hubbard Library.
Thursday, March 2 at 7:00 pm
Film & Discussion. Located in an impoverished Mojave Desert community, Black Rock Continuation High School is an alternative school for students at risk of dropping out; Black Rock is their last chance. Extraordinary educators believe that empathy and life skills, more than academics, give these underserved students command of their own futures. Film by Keith Fulton & Lou Pepe.
Co-sponsored by the Kellogg-Hubbard Library, Vermont PBS, and Indie Lens Pop-Up.
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