Category: Programs

Repeopling Vermont, Author Talk,

Thursday, Nov 14, 5 pm 
Northern Vermont University professor Paul Searls will be at the Quechee Library to discuss his newly published book.   Come to learn about the complexity and consequences of Vermont’s love of its rural character.  Searls will discuss the irony that preserving that character challenges some of its very traditions.  Copies of the book, Repeopling Vermont: The Paradox of Development in the Twentieth Century, are now available to borrow prior to the discussion.  No tests, however.  Join us regardless of whether the book has been read.

Year of Wonders, Wed., Nov. 6, 11am

 Join Jim and Meg Schmidt at the Quechee library for a discussion of this historical fiction book.  This is the fourth   in a new discussion series, Stories of History, facilitated by the Schmidts who will delve into the novelist’s craft and the historical background.    Written by Geraldine Brooks, Year of Wonders  is set in 1666 in an English village suffering from the plague, it is a spellbinding read.  Copies available for borrowing.


Mystery Monday, November 4, @ 4 pm

Generally meeting the first Monday of the month, this group discusses selected mystery authors. This month read mysteries centered around books. ‘Murder by the book’ if you will…. Many titles are available for borrowing.  Everyone welcome.

Sci Fi Discussion, Monday, Oct. 28, 6 pm

Nick Clemens facilitates a monthly Science Fiction book series. Next date is Monday, October 28 at 6 pm at the Quechee Library for a discussion of The Humans by Matt Haig.  Copies  are available for borrowing.  Everyone welcome.

Bugbee Book Discussion, Friday, November 1

Join a book discussion group led by librarian Marieke Sperry usually on the first Friday of the month at 12:45. The November book is Under a Wide and Starry Sky by Nancy Horan.
Let the Bugbee Center staff or either library know if you would like a copy delivered to the Center. All are welcome!