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Fall Colors Book Sale at Kellogg-Hubbard Library

Great books at great prices; special selection of $5 and $10 books in upstairs lobby. 135 Main Street, Montpelier. 223-3338

 

Montpelier High School Sports Schedule

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    The Trinity Community Thrift Store Christmas in November Sale

    10:00-16:00
    2016/11/10
    137 Main St, Montpelier, VT, United States
    137 Main St, Montpelier, VT, United States
    The Trinity Community Thrift Store, Located at 137 Main Street Montpelier VT, will be Celebrating our 7th Year Anniversary by holding our Christmas in November Sale on the Following Dates:
    WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 9 – SATURDAY NOVEMBER 12 2016 10AM – 4PM
    FOR MOR INFORMATION EMAIL tctsvt@yahoo.com

    Folk Art in America

    13:00-14:30
    2016/11/10
    Montpelier Senior Activity Center, Barre Street, Montpelier, VT, United States
    Montpelier Senior Activity Center, Barre Street, Montpelier, VT, United States

    Thursday, November 10, 1-2:30pm

    Montpelier Senior Activity Center, 58 Barre Street, Montpelier | 223-2518

    Free and open to the public

    Art historian Debby Tait discusses folk art in America. This period includes paintings of American life for its citizens, and art in articles of everyday life, including quilts, weavings, baskets, and more. Debby discusses who brought this art form to America, and why the form still holds so much appeal in the modern age of machines and technology.

    Should the U.S. Bring Back the Citizen-Soldier Military?

    16:00
    2016/11/10
    Norwich University, Harmon Drive, Northfield, VT, United States
    Norwich University, Harmon Drive, Northfield, VT, United States

    What: Should the U.S. Bring Back the Citizen-Soldier Military?

    Where: Norwich University

    Venue: Cabot 085

    When: November 10

    Time: 4:00 p.m.

    Description: Presented by the Peace & War Center at Norwich University. Free and open to the public.

    Panelists: 

    COL Robert Kuckuk, Dean of the College of National Services

    Dr. Andrea Talentino, Dean of the College of Liberal Arts

    Mr. Liam Carroll ’17, Political Science Major and Peace and War Center Fellow

    Ms. Christine Raymond ’17, Criminal Justice Major

    Moderator: 

    Sarwar A. Kashmeri, Adjunct Professor of Political Science & Applied Research Fellow, Peace and War Center and Fellow, Foreign Policy Association

    Addison County Pipeline: What is it and why do we care?

    18:00-19:00
    2016/11/10
    Hunger Mountain Co-op, Stone Cutters Way, Montpelier, VT, United States
    Hunger Mountain Co-op, Stone Cutters Way, Montpelier, VT, United States

    with Rebecca Dalgin, Central VT Climate Action Volunteer
    Join Central Vermont Climate Action for a presentation on the fracked gas pipeline being built in Addison County. Learn what it is, why we are concerned about it, and how to plug into ongoing efforts to stop the pipeline. Snacks will be provided and we promise to make it fun! Free.

    6–7 p.m.

    Hunger Mountain Coop

    Rural Vermont 2016 Annual Meeting

    18:00
    2016/11/10
    130 Main St, Montpelier, VT, United States
    130 Main St, Montpelier, VT, United States

    Rural Vermont hosts 2016 Annual Meeting, Thurs November 10th, 6pm at the Unitarian Church, 130 Main Street, Montpelier. The Board of Directors will share Rural Vermont’s vision for a just, equitable, and agriculturally regenerative Vermont; along with potluck supper, brief business meeting, and “Eat Like a Farmer” raffle. All are welcome, and donations appreciated. More info and RSVP at (802) 223-7222 or www.ruralvermont.org.

    Rural Vermont Annual Meeting

    18:00
    2016/11/10
    130 Main St, Montpelier, VT, United States
    130 Main St, Montpelier, VT, United States

    Rural Vermont’s Board of Directors invites everyone to join them for the organization’s 2016 Annual Meeting on Thursday, November 10th at the Unitarian Church, located at 130 Main Street, in Montpelier. The event starts at 6pm with a potluck supper, followed by a brief business meeting and a dynamic conversation about the power and potential of regenerative agriculture. This event is free and open to all. 

    For more information and to RSVP, call (802) 223-7222 or visit www.ruralvermont.org.

    Eleva Chamber Players Hosts Musical Chat & Wine at Cork Wine Bar in Waterbury

    18:30-20:00
    2016/11/10
    Cork Wine Bar & Market, Bidwell Lane, Waterbury, VT, United States
    Cork Wine Bar & Market, Bidwell Lane, Waterbury, VT, United States

    The Eleva Chamber Players, Central Vermont’s only professional string chamber orchestra, will host its first Musical Chat & Wine at the Cork Wine Bar in Waterbury, Vt on Thursday, November 10th, 6:30-8:00 pm.  The event will be an informal discussion hosted by musical adviser John Welsh of Seattle, Washington along with Eleva’s concertmaster John Lindsey and Eleva’s founder Willie Docto.  Providing an enlightening and enjoyable experience is part of Eleva’s mission of elevating the human spirit through music.  The chat will offer a preview that includes fun facts about the composers and music that Eleva will be performing on November 12th & 13th, which features music by Ernest Bloch, Sergei Prokofiev and Leoš Janácek.  The event is free, with a cash bar. RSVP at rsvp@elevachamberplayers.org.  More information is a available at www.elevachamberplayers.org.

    1800 and Frozen to Death

    19:00-20:00
    2016/11/10
    Kellogg-Hubbard Library, Main Street, Montpelier, VT, United States
    Kellogg-Hubbard Library, Main Street, Montpelier, VT, United States

    Lecture by Howard Coffin

    In early June of 1816, at the end of a mild spring, a foot and more of snow fell on most of Vermont. Howard Coffin, a member of the United Church of Bethel, has been studying the year 1816 for the church. Coffin’s lecture will discuss the causes of the dark cold year and its effects in Vermont and worldwide, with many anecdotes.

    7–8 p.m.

    Kellogg-Hubbard Library

    Climate Degradation and Local Preparedness with Michael Billingsley

    19:00
    2016/11/10
    Jaquith Public Library, School Street, Marshfield, VT, United States
    Jaquith Public Library, School Street, Marshfield, VT, United States

    Climate Degradation and Local Preparedness with Michael Billingsley

    Thursday, November 10 at 7 p.m.

    Rapidly-warming Arctic oceans, melting Greenland and Antarctic ice sheets, and other big effects such as the warming of Russian and Alaskan permafrost tundra, are shifting ocean currents, affecting our health and changing our weather.These somewhat unpredictable changes have never occurred before in known human history.  As it occurs, such degradation is going to challenge local patterns of weather, wildlife and insects, and may include more extreme rainfall, infestations of forests and problems we have never encountered before. Getting together and thinking ahead can solve and prepare for weather-caused local hazards and regional emergencies.

    For info: 426-3581   Email: jaquithpubliclibrary@gmail.com

    Website:  www.jaquithpubliclibrary.org

    Best-selling Author, War Correspondent Sebastian Junger to Speak at Johnson State College

    20:00-21:30
    2016/11/10
    Johnson State College, College Hill Road, Johnson, VT, United States
    Johnson State College, College Hill Road, Johnson, VT, United States

    New York Times best-selling author Sebastian Junger will speak at Johnson State College 8-9:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 10.

    The talk, $10 for the general public and free for military veterans and JSC students, faculty and staff, will be at the Dibden Center for the Arts.

    Junger is the author of “Tribe: On Homecoming and Belonging,” “The Perfect Storm,” “Fire,” “A Death in Belmont” and “War.”

    For JSC’s first-year class this fall, “Tribe” is the “common book,” a shared reading chosen by a campus committee that is the basis of student discussions and college events throughout the fall semester.

    Junger, a contributing editor to Vanity Fair and special correspondent for ABC, has produced several documentaries about war. He also founded and directs the New York-based nonprofit Reporters Instructed in Saving Colleagues (RISC), which teaches freelance journalists in war zones how to respond to medical emergencies on the battlefield. Junger established the organization a year after his colleague and friend Tim Hetherington was killed while covering the conflict in Libya; had other journalists on the ground been trained in medical interventions, Hetherington likely would have been saved. All proceeds from the event will benefit RISC.

    Tickets may be purchased starting Oct. 31 by calling the Dibden Center box office at 802-635-1476.

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