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Farm and Gardens Book Discussion Series, Bradford Public Library, 6:30 PM

Farm and Gardens Book Discussion Series
Vermonters know as well as anyone the rich metaphors inherent in farming and gardening. These authors dig deep to explore the philosophical roots, family dynamics, and personal enrichment associated with tending and growing.
March 28 – Here and Nowhere Else by Jane Brox
April 25 – A Country Year by Sue Hubbell
June 6 – My Garden by Jamaica Kincaid
Discussions led by Suzanne Brown
Co-sponsored by the Vermont Humanities Council and the Bradford Public Library

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Dean Whitlock/Author Thurs. 3/1, 6 PM Bradford Public Library 



Dean Whitlock/Author

Thurs. 3/1, 6 PM

Bradford Public Library 

FINN’S CLOCK, A historical fantasy set in a time when steam is threatening sail, factories are displacing workers, and the immigrants are Irish – unwanted and under threat, but determined to make their place here. It’s 1853, and into Boston Harbor sails a sea-going Chinese junk, bearing magic, mysteries, and a firebrand named An-Ming. Find out more at www.deanwhitlock.com.

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Poem Town Bradford

Poem Town Bradford

A National Poetry Month Celebration

Poetry Circle will meet Wednesday, February 7th from 4-5:30. Bring your poems or bring yourself!

Poem Town is a town wide event that displays poetry on local business storefronts as a way to celebrate National Poetry Month in April.  With poems displayed in our downtown windows, it is our goal to make poetry accessible to our community, and to inspire new readers and writers of poetry.

We would like to invite poets of all ages to submit their poems for display. Please send any submissions to poemtown@bradfordvtlibrary.org.

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