Thursday, June 28 at 7 pm.
Pianist, Annemieke McLane will be presenting “Beethoven & Friends” a program that includes Waldstein and Pathetique sonatas. Everyone is welcome to come hear this beautiful music in the cool library community space on a lovely summer evening. Donations will be collected at the door. Her second concert “Music and Memories” will be held on July 26.
Monday, June 25 at 1 pm
The hills are alive with the sound of music in this all-ages puppet production which follows the troubles and travails of puppetry’s favorite loudmouth, Mr. Punch, as he sings his way through trouble, adventure, and triumph. Included in the cast are the Bozo Brothers, who delight audiences with their dynamic percussive dance routines. No registration is required for this hilarious show for all ages! Many thanks to the Vermont Department of Libraries for helping to underwrite this program with a Summer Performer Grant.
Were you hoping to come to Katherine Paterson’s recent talk at the library, but couldn’t make it? You’re in luck! Mt. Mansfield Community TV recorded her speech and you can watch it on Vimeo. Audience members were moved and inspired by her words; now you can listen to her thoughts via the video.
Copies of Bread and Roses, Too are available at the library if you’d like to read the Vermont Reads book for 2018.
Kathryn Devlin is a survivor. Before the age of 14 she not only lost a brother, but had also battled cancer. Art is her way to express and understand what she has been through. Through her art Kathryn connects her interest in biology and the animal kingdom with the desire to create images of optimism and hope and to celebrate the beauty of life on a two-dimensional surface. Kathryn lives in Bolton and recently graduated from Colby Sawyer College.