Join former Marlboro College professor Meg Mott for “Why Does the Electoral College Matter?” on Zoom, a Vermont Humanities Council presentation, Tuesday, Jan. 26, at 7 p.m.
The Racial Equity Alliance of Lamoille envisions a community that embodies inclusion, equity and justice as values central to our identity. It is committed to building a safe community, where all people experience dignity and respect, and all are welcome with kindness and belonging.
Author and essayist Jess Row offers a virtual reading and writing talk Jan. 25 at 7 p.m. and Jan. 26 at 10 a.m. as part of the Vermont Studio Center’s visiting writer program.
Some of snowboarding’s women pioneers will share their stories and discuss their accomplishments in opening up snowboarding to girls and women around the globe.
Rep. Katherine Sims, who represents the voters of Albany, Barton, Craftsbury, Glover, Greensboro, Sheffield and Wheelock will hold office hours on the second Sunday of each month from 3-4 p.m. on Zoom.
• Facebook Live Story Times — Tuesday mornings at 10:30 on the library’s Facebook page. Books, songs, rhymes and other early literacy activities, followed by a craft instruction. Recommended for ages 5 and under, but open to all. Jan. 12: polar bears; Jan. 19: soup; and Jan. 26: Rosemary Wel…
Planning your 2021 garden? Reflecting on last year’s successes and failures? This is your chance to ask a local expert in organic vegetable growing all your gardening questions.
Healthy Lamoille Valley hosts regular coalition meetings the first Tuesday of each month to anyone interested in preventing and reducing youth substance use.