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Archer Mayor will be joining Bartleby’s Books for a virtual event about his new book.
WILMINGTON- Join Bartleby’s Books for a virtual event with Archer Mayor on Thursday, October 15, at 7 pm. Mayor will discuss the latest in the Joe Gunther series, “The Orphan’s Guilt,” and take questions from the online audience. 
About the book: 28 year-old Peter Rust is dead of a...
Vermont – Through November 5,  Dunkin’ is celebrating local educators with its new “Raise a Cup to Teachers” sweepstakes. The promotion asks Dunkin’ fans to nominate deserving teachers who run on Dunkin’ for a chance to win several exciting prizes, including Dunkin’ gift cards, money for the...
READSBORO- The annual Harvest Festival will take place on Saturday, September 26, at the First Baptist Church. The event will feature delicious homemade foods including baked goods, fresh produce, and cider. 
Children will enjoy handcraft activities, painting,  and pumpkins. Crafts, books...
GREENFIELD – The Connecticut River Conservancy is hosting the 24th annual Source to Sea Cleanup throughout September. This year, CRC is asking cleanup participants and all who enjoy rivers to join them in demanding an end to trashed rivers. 
Consumers have been trained by businesses to...

Children’s art exhibit
Dover- The West Dover Congregational Church has a special children’s art exhibit outside the church at 104 Route 100. The exhibit consists of paintings by children ages 3 to 12 in response to the biblical story of the Good Samaritan. This story, from the Gospel of Luke, is told by Jesus as...

Brattleboro Museum & Art Center
BRATTLEBORO- The membership of the Brattleboro Museum & Art Center elected six new members to the museum’s board of trustees at the annual meeting of the members.
Originally scheduled for March 31 but rescheduled due to the coronavirus pandemic, the annual meeting took place over video...
West Brattleboro- Join the international award-winning circus company Nimble Arts in collaboration with Circus Minimus for Circus in Place on Saturday, October 3, and Sunday, October 4, at 12, 2, and 4 pm. 
This outdoor performance for all ages brings together community and artists. There...

The valley men’s group has been meeting at the Dover Town Park gazebo for the summer season. The group will be heading indoors to North Star Bowl as the fall approaches. Above, Alan Baker, Ira Colby, Bill Adams, Ken Weisman, and Mickey Kirsten swap stories and smiles on a recent Thursday morning.
BRATTLEBORO- The COVID-19-era shadow forced the Windham World Affairs Council to cancel last spring’s monthly events. WWAC returns now with fresh board members committed to creating participatory Zoom talks that shine a light on global issues of importance to the community.
On Sunday,...

Celebrating 20 years of music-making, the Grammy-nominated Imani Winds open the Middlebury College virtual performing arts series on Friday, September 25.
MIDDLEBURY- Though Middlebury College’s Mahaney Arts Center remains closed to the public due to the pandemic, the show must go on. Middlebury’s Performing Arts Series has announced an all-virtual fall 2020 season, featuring eight free, online concerts by nationally and internationally renowned...

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