Programs

Decoding the Weather Machine: And Meeting those who must…..

Come at 5:30 pm, Tuesday, Oct. 23,  for a chance to meet Hartford’s new Director of Public Works, and Geoff Martin, Hartford’s Energy Coordinator.  In the face of climate change challenges, what additional steps, materials, plans are begin taken or considered here.  What to do about prolonged and heavy rains, microbursts, snow, more power outages?  After light refreshments, we will show a film chapter from NOVA’s documentary that helps define the workings of the weather and climate machine called Earth and illustrates the quest by global scientists to find a way forward. Site is downstairs at Quechee Library.

Speculative Fiction Book Discussion, Monday, Oct. 29 @ 6pm

Nick Clemens facilitates a monthly Speculative Fiction book series. Next date is Monday, Oct. 29, at 6 pm at the Quechee Library for a discussion of  Saturn Run by John Sandford.   Copies of modern translations  are available for borrowing and new participants are always welcome.

Mystery Monday, Nov. 5th @ 4 pm

Meeting the first Monday of the month, this group discusses selected mystery authors.  ‘Potus Takes the Case’ is this month’s theme and books by Margaret Truman and Elliott Roosevelt are featured for the Nov. 5th discussion at Quechee Library.    Many titles are available to borrow.  New members are always welcome.

Bugbee Book Discussion, Nov. 2

Generally meeting on the first Friday of the month, at 12:45 p.m.,  join a book discussion group led by librarian Marieke Sperry.  The November discussion will be The Widows of Malabar Hill by Sujata Massey. It is a mystery set in 1920s India. Let the Bugbee Center staff or either library know if you would like a copy delivered to the Center.   A grant from the White River Rotary supports large print copies.    All are welcome!