Monday Mystery Group Discussion – Kasasian

QUECHEE LIBRARY

The group will meet to discuss books by MRC Kasasian. The meeting is hybrid so please email info@quecheelibrary.org for the zoom link or come in person!

Historical Fiction Group Discussion

QUECHEE LIBRARY

Half A Yellow Sun  by  Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie  is the book for the next historical fiction discussion.  Copies are available for borrowing of this haunting novel set in Biafra in the 1960s midst the struggle for independence in  southeastern Nigeria. Facilitated by Jim and Meg Schmidt via Zoom, the series delves into the historical background and …

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Solar Eclipse Preview Event

QUECHEE LIBRARY

Brian Chaboyer and Tom Ritland will talk details about the April 8th eclipse, show amazing photographs of earlier eclipses they have witnessed, and, weather willing, offer a chance to view some sunspots from the Quechee Library lawn. Attendees will receive viewing glasses for the upcoming April 8 phenomena.

Retirement Accounts 101 for Young Professionals

WILDER CLUB AND LIBRARY

Join us during Financial Literacy Month for workshops for folks who want to better understand their finances but don’t know where to start. Geared toward people 18-30 years old. In partnership with Claremont Savings Bank and Summit Wealth Group. This session will be led by Ashleigh of Claremont Savings Bank Ashleigh McFarlin, CFP, AFC - …

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Wilder Dances!

WILDER CLUB AND LIBRARY

Join us for Wilder Dances! where we aim to create an accessible space for health, expression, and connection through dance and free form movement. Come move and be moved by music facilitated by Jes Raymond in an inclusive, non-judgmental, heart-centered space for our community. To support this vision, we ask that dancers hold themselves accountable …

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Bugbee Book Discussion

BUGBEE SENIOR CENTER

Join a book discussion group which generally meets on the first Friday of each month at 1pm. The book for April 5  is Klara and the Sun,  a novel by Kazuo Ishiguro.  Attend in person or  through Zoom – please call the library or the Bugbee Center to receive your Zoom link.  Call the Bugbee …

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Real Budgeting Basics for Young Professionals

WILDER CLUB AND LIBRARY

Join us during Financial Literacy Month for workshops for folks who want to better understand their finances but don’t know where to start. Geared toward people 18-30 years old. In partnership with Claremont Savings Bank and Summit Wealth Group. This session will be led by Ashleigh of Claremont Savings Bank Ashleigh McFarlin, CFP, AFC - …

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Wilder Dances!

WILDER CLUB AND LIBRARY

Join us for Wilder Dances! where we aim to create an accessible space for health, expression, and connection through dance and free form movement. Come move and be moved by music facilitated by Jes Raymond in an inclusive, non-judgmental, heart-centered space for our community. To support this vision, we ask that dancers hold themselves accountable …

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Historical Fiction Book Group

QUECHEE LIBRARY

Night Watch  by  Jayne Ann Phillips  is the book for the next historical fiction discussion. Facilitated by Jim and Meg Schmidt via Zoom, the discussion group delves into the historical background and the novelist’s craft of a new title each  month. Email info@quecheelibrary.org to receive the Zoom link or join the group downstairs for our …

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Canceled Bitcoin vs Bonds – How to Invest for Young Professionals

QUECHEE LIBRARY

Join us during Financial Literacy Month for workshops for folks who want to better understand their finances but don’t know where to start. Geared toward people 18-30 years old. In partnership with Claremont Savings Bank and Summit Wealth Group. This session will be led by Tom of Summit Wealth Group Tom Hartman, CPA, CFP - …

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Wilder Dances!

WILDER CLUB AND LIBRARY

Join us for Wilder Dances! where we aim to create an accessible space for health, expression, and connection through dance and free form movement. Come move and be moved by music facilitated by Jes Raymond in an inclusive, non-judgmental, heart-centered space for our community. To support this vision, we ask that dancers hold themselves accountable …

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