1. Oct 23
  2. Garrett Graff: "Dawn of the Code War" and the Mueller/Russia Investigation

    Author, journalist and historian Garrett Graff, who has conducted numerous interviews with special counsel Robert Mueller, will talk about his newest book, "Dawn of the Code War," and the larger Mueller/Russia investigation. His previous book, "The Threat Matrix: Inside Robert Mueller's FBI and the War on Global Terror," may also be discussed. Both are available at Bear Pond Books. With Q&A, refreshments, and book signing. Free and open to the public. A Vermont Art...
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  1. Oct 24
  2. Film & Discussion: Dawnland by Adam Mazo and Ben Pender-Cudlip

    Dawnland reveals the untold narrative of Indigenous child removal in the United States. Follow the first government-sanctioned truth and reconciliation commission in the U.S., which investigates the devastating impact of Maine’s child welfare practices on Native American communities. Dawnland includes exclusive access to this groundbreaking process and never-before-seen footage.This film will be followed by a discussion with members of the Vermont Commission on Native Americans and Chief Don Ste...
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  1. Oct 25
  2. Child Internet Safety: Event For Parents and Children

    If you need advice from a specialist on the safe use of the Internet or if your child is already experiencing risks on the web, “Internet Safety for children” event is exactly for you. Every modern person, daily spends time on the Internet. But the Internet is not only a source of information and the opportunity to communicate over a distance, but also a threat to computer security. During the event “IT Rate” and “Web Solutions” will teach you all about: Unwanted content Online Dating Cyberbully...
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  3. Luis Vivanco: Of Wheelmen, the New Woman, and Good Roads: Bicycling in Vermont, 1880-1920

    Luis Vivanco explores the fascinating early history of the bicycle in Vermont, a new invention that gained widespread popularity in the 1880s and 1890s. By 1920, popular interest in bicycles had waned, but it had not just been a fad: the bicycle was tied to important changes in industrial production, consumerism, new road policies and regulations, gender relations, and new cultural ideas about automobility and effortless speed. A Vermont Humanities Council Speakers Bureau Event hosted by Kellog...
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