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Join authors Isa Oehry and Kate George for a discussion of
their books and writing process.


Thursday March 3rd, 7pm

Isa Oehry's book Under a Blue Moon, released through Balboa Press in 2015, is a “true story, and often humorous account. It inspires us to look beyond the obvious, and keep our minds and hearts open for the unseen and previously unheard," said Oehry. 
Kate George's Bree MacGowan mystery fiction series includes three books, Moonlighting in Vermont, California Schemin', and Crazy Little Thing Called Dead. "Bella Bree MacGowan is your average country girl. She works two jobs to support her farm and the menagerie of stray animals that accumulate there," said George about the first book in the series. "But when she finds a dead body at the five-star resort where she moonlights as a maid, her life careens out of control." 

Are you also a local author? Want to participate? Come to the event and
we'll give you a chance to introduce yourself and your book(s).

Light refreshments will be served! Free & open to all.

He Wanted the Moon
The Madness and Medical Genius of Dr. Perry Baird, and His Daughter's Quest to Know Him
Join author Mimi Baird for a discussion of her 2015 memoir,
a Washington Post "2015 Notable Nonfiction Selection."


Thursday March 17th, 7pm

Called “utterly impossible to put down” by the New York Times, deemed “a remarkably eloquent account of mental illness” by the Washington Post, Mimi Baird’s debut memoir has been widely praised.

Mimi Baird was only six years old when her father, a Harvard-educated doctor and rising medical star, was hospitalized for manic depression. Five decades later, the discovery of his unpublished manuscript helped Baird to bring her father’s captivating story to light.
Light refreshments will be served! Free and open to all!
Coloring Night for Adults
Thursday, March 10th, 7pm

Relax, de-stress, and create! Coloring pages supplied. We ask for no children at this event, grown-ups only! Invite friends and feel free to bring a snack to share.
Exploration Station
Saturday, March 12th, 10:30am

It's all about Gravity! Bring a young learner for our free science program designed for children in preschool through 3rd grade.
Above:  by Sierra Salls (grade 10).

South Royalton School student art is on display through April 2nd. A reception for the artists is March 11, from 4-6 p.m., in the library.

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