Worlds Connect at the Library in April
There is no National Library Month, but only National Library Week, April 12 to 18. But at Brooks we are planning a month-long series of activities at your library. From Ginsberg to a wildlife biologist who writes fantasy novels, there should be something for everyone @ Your Library.
Here is a convenient list of events to watch for this month at Brooks:
Wednesday, April 1, 7 PM,
Author and biographer Bill Morgan will consider the life of Allen Ginsberg
Friday, April 3, 7 PM,
Coffee Tasting --Equal Exchange's Jim Desmond will lead us through a coffee tasting and chocolate pairings.
Friday, April 3, 3 PM to 8 PM,
Saturday, April 4, 11 AM to 3 PM Friends of Library Spring Paperback Booksale
Thursday, April 9, 7 PM,
Historian Paul Searles will speak on "Champlain's Vermont: The Legacy of Samuel de Champlain's Vision for North America.
Saturday,April 11, 2 PM,
Caldecott Medal Winner, Beth Krommes received the American Library Association's 2009 Randolph Caldecott Medal,
Wednesday ,April 15 at 7:00 PM
Vermont Alzheimer Association Workshop, "Maintain Your Brain."
Thursday, April 16, at 7:00 PM
Wildlife biologist and fantasy author Mark Freeman will read from his ﬁrst novel, The Kindling of GreenFyr: Book One of the Reuniﬁcation Conspiracy.
Sunday, April 19, 2 PM
The Friends of Brooks Memorial Library's 17th annual meeting featuring
National Book Award ﬁnalist Laban Carrick Hill, author of America Dreaming: How Youth Changed America in the '60s,
Wednesday, April 22, 7 PM
Local area author Charles Butterﬁeld and photographer Larry Richardson have teamed up to publish a photographic essay book titled Another Light.
Wednesday, April 29, 7 PM
Book Discussion: Clash of Civilizations by Samuel Huntington
Vermont Humanities Council scholar, Richard Wizansky
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