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2015 Vermont Reads Book
SOLAR 101 Workshop
Learn how to go solar at no upfront cost!
Thursday, October 8 @ 6:30 -7:30 PM
Presented by SunCommon.
SunCommon believes that everyone has the right to a healthy environmental and safer world- and clean energy is where it starts. Energy from the sun can power our lives, heat our homes and fuel our cars. Their mission is to tear down the barriers to renewable energy by making easy and affordable for all Vermonters to go solar.
FOLK SOUL DUO
Sunday October 18, 4:00 pm
Moonheart is a Brooklyn-based folk-soul electronic duo made up of Kim Mayo and Michael Sachs. The duo has played together in multiple settings for the past two years, but officially began playing as Moonheart in the Winter of 2015. Mayo’s surreal lyricism and lilting voice paired with Sachs’ lush keyboard playing and skipping beats makes for a sound that lies just outside the bounds of genre.
2015 Vermont Reads Book
2015 Vermont READS Book
HAROUN and the SEA OF STORIES
A Statewide One-Book community Reading Program
“What’s the Use of Stories
That Aren’t Even True?” – Haroun
Participate in the statewide read of Salman Rushdie’s Haroun and the Sea of Stories. This funny and touching story of a father and son is, at its heart, a reflection on the importance of stories imagination, and creativity.
Discover with others the power of reading, and of reflecting on the importance of stories and imagination.
All are invited to pick a copy.
The invitation extends to attending a variety of programs exploring the importance of books, stories and the people behind them.
More to come about discussion dates, and activities!
In Haroun, Rushdie has created his own fantastic folktale, modern yet steeped in the narrative traditions of world cultures. The Story features storyteller Rashid Khalifa and his young son, Haroun. A great upheaval in their causes Rashid to lose his voice, his stories, and possibly, the family’s livelihood. Haroun’s challenge – complete with water genies and taking fish – is to unclog the Sea of Stories and restore his father’s storytelling abilities. – Vermont Humanities
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