Geek Things for April 12th

We’re a bit late this morning, sorry!

  • Green Drinks, 6–8PM, The Skinny Pancake, Montpelier. Free. (Environmentalism)
  • Radio Amateurs of Northern Vermont Ham Radio Club Meeting, 7–9PM, O’Brien Civic Center, South Burlington. Free. (Radio)
  • Creative Tuesdays, 3–5PM, Fletcher Free Library, Burlington. Free. (Kids)
  • Open Computer Time, 3–4:30PM, Fletcher Free Library, Burlington. Free. (Teens)
  • Bill Hosley – “More Than Books: Reflections on Libraries, Community and Historic Preservation.” 6PM, Pierson Library, Shelburne. Free. (Talk)
  • Sarah Stewart Taylor – Amelia Earhart: This Broad Ocean discusses her foray into narrative works through sequential art. 3:30PM, St. Johnsbury Athenaeum, St. Johnsbury. Free. (Graphic Novels)
  • Boardgame Night, 6pm – 11pm, Quarterstaff Games, Burlington. (Gaming)
  • HeroClix!, 7:30pm – 11:00pm, Game Lounge, Burlington. (Gaming)
  • “Predicting the Unpredictable: Identifying Emerging Infectious Diseases at the Human-domestic Animal-wildlife Interface.” 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., Living and Learning Commons, room 315, UVM Campus, Burlington. (Talk)
  • “From Enlightenment to Revolution: Basic Human Rights?”, 4:30 – 6pm, Robert A Jones ’59 Conference Room, Middlebury College, Middlebury. (Talk)
  • Qubad Talabani, “The future of the Kurds in Kurdistan.”, 12-1pm, Kreitzberg Library Multi-Purpose Room, Norwich University, Northfield. (Talk)
  • Spring Art Reception, 6:00pm – 7:00pm, Phoenix Books, Essex. (Art)
  • Vermont Astronomy Society Board Meeting, 7:30-9pm, BioTek Instruments, Tigan Street, Highland Industrial Park Winooski (Astronomy)
  • Miniatures Camp, 9am – Fri, April 15, 3pm, The Gamers Grotto, Bennington. (Gaming)

Geek Things for April 6th

  • Chittenden County Philatelic Club, 6:15PM, GE Healthcare Building, South Burlington. Free. (Stamps)
  • ‘Dead Poets Society’, 7PM, Savoy Theater, Montpelier. Free. (Film)
  • High School Book Group, 5–6PM, Fletcher Free Library, Burlington. Free. (Libraries)
  • Middle School Book Group, 4–5PM, Fletcher Free Library, Burlington. Free. (Libraries)
  • Science Magic. Preregister. 3PM, Dorothy Alling Memorial Library, Williston. Free. (Kids)
  • ‘How to Compost’, 7–9PM, Robert Miller Community & Recreation Center, Burlington. Free. (Composting)
  • ‘Tech Savvy’, 6–8PM, Bradford Public Library, Bradford. Free. (Computers)
  • Chris Wren – “The Rule of Law and the Arab Revolt: A Journalist’s Perspective,” 5:30pm, Oakes Hall, Room 012, Vermont Law School, South Royalton. Free. (Current Events)
  • Dave Zirin – “Sports and Resistance in the United States: A Political Legacy,” 4:30PM, Concert Hall, Mahaney Center for the Arts, Middlebury College, Middlebury. Free. (Politics)
  • Gordon Robison – “The Obama Administration and the Middle East,” 7PM, St. Johnsbury Athenaeum, St. Johnsbury. Free. (Politics)
  • Haviland Smith – “Dealing With Instability in Today’s Middle East.” 7PM, Goodrich Memorial Library, Newport. Free. (Current Events)
  • Mark Stoler – Historical perspective on the United States and the war in Vietnam, 7PM, Cornerstone Community Center, Hartford. Free. (History)
  • Meg Brook – “World Without Borders.” 6:15PM, Burlington College, Burlington. Free. (Talk)
  • Peter Schumann – Bread and Puppet Theater, 6PM, Fleming Museum, UVM, Burlington. Free with museum admission, $3-5, or $10 per family. (Talk)
  • Robert Hager – “Courting Disaster: From the Vietnam War to 21st-Century Terrorism.” 7PM, Rutland Free Library, Rutland. Free. (Current Events)
  • Shahan Mufti – “A World of Trouble: Reporting a Clandestine American War in Pakistan.” 7pm, Cardinal Lounge, Angell College Center, SUNY Plattsburgh, Plattsburgh. Free. (Current Events)
  • ‘Disney’s Beauty and the Beast’: Dress Rehearsal for Senior Citizens – 3–5:15PM, Albert D. Lawton Intermediate School, Essex Junction. Free. (Theater)
  • ‘Romeo and Juliet’, 7PM, McCarthy Arts Center, St. Michael’s College, Colchester. Free. (Theater)
  • Poetry Alive! Various downtown locations, Montpelier. Free. (Poetry)
  • Magic Booster Draft – $12, 6pm – 11pm, Quarterstaff Games, Burlington. (Gaming)
  • Pathfinder Society, 6:30pm – 11:00pm, Game Lounge, Quarterstaff Games, Burlington. (Gaming)
  • Book Talk: American Plastic, 5:15 – 7:15pm, 51 Main at the Bridge, Middlebury College, Middlebury. (Talk)
  • Books About Libraries, 10am, Barnes and Noble, South Burlington. (Kids)
  • Naruto, 4:30pm – 8:00pm, The Gamer’s Grotto, Bennington. (Gaming)
  • Wednesday Night Board gaming at Triple Play, 6:00pm – 10:30pm, Triple Play, Lebanon, New Hampshire (Gaming)
  • D&D Encounter, 6:00pm – 8:30pm, The Gamers Grotto, Bennington. (Gaming)
  • L5R Night at Triple Play, 6:30pm – 10:00pm, Triple Play, Lebanon, NH. (Gaming)
  • Touch the Sound at NU, Sullivan Museum, Northfield. (Museum)
  • Do Bats Really Attack Humans? All about bats, presented by Barry Genzlinger. 1:30pm, VT College of Fine Arts, Noble Hall, Montpelier. $5 for non-members. Info. 454-4675. (Bats)
  • April Showers Bring Salamanders. Preschool discovery program for kids age 3-5. Dress for a walk on the trails. 10-11:30am. North Branch Nature Center, Montpelier. $5 per child, Info. 229-6206. (Kids)
  • Red Cross Blood Drive, 10:30am-3:30pm, Vermont Law School, South Royalton. (Blood Drive)

Geek Things for April 5th

  • Open Computer Time, 3–4:30PM, Fletcher Free Library, Burlington. Free. (Computers)
  • Behind-the-Scenes Lunch & Discussion: ‘Eurydice’ chat about the upcoming production. 12:30PM, Seeler Studio Theatre, Mahaney Center for the Arts, Middlebury College, Middlebury. Donations accepted; lunch included. (Theater)
  • Matthew Dickerson – “The Mind and the Machine: What It Means to Be Human and Why It Matters.” 12pm, Farrell Room, St. Edmund’s Hall, St. Michael’s College, Colchester. Free. (Technology)
  • ‘Speaking From Experience’ Lecture Series – William Herman shares wisdom gained from founding, managing, directing and funding software and electronics companies, 7pm, Perry Hall, Champlain College, Burlington. Free. (Business)
  • ‘Macbeth’, 7–8PM, Milton Middle/High School, Milton. $6 suggested donation. (Theater)
  • Poetry Alive! 2011 Poetry Display, Various downtown locations, Montpelier. Free. (Poetry)
  • “Environmental Effects of the End of Life,” 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m., Living and Learning Commons, 315, UVM Campus, Burlington. (Talk)
  • “The Politics of Debt: The Evolution of the Sovereign Debt Regime from Argentina 1956 to Greece 2011,” 3:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m., Old Mill John Dewey Lounge 325, UVM, Burlington. (Talk)
  • CLiF Presentation, Tunbridge Central School, Tunbridge. (Reading)
  • “Alice in Wonderland”, 9:30 am & 12 pm, Flynn Mainstage, Burlington. (Theater)
  • Boardgame Night, 6pm – 11pm, Quarterstaff Games, Burlington. (Gaming)
  • HeroClix!, 7:30pm – 11:00pm, Game Lounge, Burlington. (Gaming)
  • Dana Lecture, Mapping and Tabletops, 12:15-1, Multipurpose Room, Kreitzberg Library, Northfield. (Talk)
  • The Final Inch, 7 p.m., Dole Auditorium, Norwich University, Northfield. (Documentary)
  • April Showers Bring Salamanders. Preschool discovery program for kids age 3-5. Dress for a walk on the trails. 10-11:30, North Branch Nature Center, $5 per child, Info. 229-6206. (Nature, Kids)

Geek Things for April 4th

  • Computer Lesson, 9–11AM, Champlain Senior Center, McClure MultiGenerational Center, Burlington. $5 donation. (Computers)
  • ‘A World of Health: Connecting People, Place and Planet’. Space is limited; call to preregister. 6–7:30PM, Kellogg-Hubbard Library, Montpelier. Free. (Talk)
  • Book Discussion Series: ‘Earth Tones’ – Rachel Carson’s Under the Sea Wind, 7PM, Kellogg-Hubbard Library, Montpelier. Free. (Books)
  • Marjorie Cady Memorial Writers Group, 10AM–12PM, Ilsley Public Library, Middlebury. Free. (Writing)
  • Poetry Alive! 2011 Poetry Display, Various downtown locations, Montpelier. Free. (Poetry)
  • Open Cardgames!, 6pm – 11pm, Quarterstaff Games, Burlington. (Gaming)
  • L5R Constructed, 7pm – 11pm, Quarterstaff Games, Burlington. (Gaming)
  • CLiF, Authors & Illustrators – Author Natalie Kinsey-Warnock. If you are interested in joining us for this event, please be sure to contact CLiF beforehand to doublecheck times and dates have not changed, Danville School, Danville. (Writing, Kids)
  • Our Universe – Ron Anstey, 7:30-9:00pm, Brownell Library, Essex Jct. (Astronomy)
  • Stephen Emmons nn trip to Antarctica, 7pm, Cabot 85, Norwich University, Northfield. (Travel)
  • Author Reading: Jackie Kessler, 7:00pm – 10:00pm, Flights of Fantasy Books and Games, Albany NY. (Reading)
  • Monday Night Magic, 6pm – 9pm, Village Pizza, Montpelier. (Gaming)
  • Mini Painting, 6:00pm – 8:30pm, The Gamers Grotto, Bennington. (Gaming)

Geek Things for March 28th

  • ‘Smart About Solar’, 7PM, Bixby Memorial Library, Vergennes. Free. (Solar)
  • American Red Cross Blood Drive: Barre, 11AM–4PM, Central Vermont Medical Center, Barre. Free. (Blood Drive)
  • American Red Cross Blood Drive: Norwich, 1–6PM, Tracy Hall, Norwich. Free. (Blood Drive)
  • Game Night, 7–8:30PM, Brownell Library, Essex Junction. Free. (Gaming)
  • ‘Star Wars’ Club, 4:30–5:30PM, Brownell Library, Essex Junction. Free. (Star Wars)
  • Vermont Council on World Affairs Ambassador Series – “Democracy-Building in Post-Transition Iraq.” 7:30pm, Room 101, Cheray Science Hall, St. Michael’s College, Colchester. Free. (Talk)
  • ‘A World of Health: Connecting People, Place and Planet’ – Space is limited; call to preregister. 6–7:30PM, Kellogg-Hubbard Library, Montpelier. Free. (Talk)
  • Marjorie Cady Memorial Writers Group, 10AM–12PM, Ilsley Public Library, Middlebury. Free. (Writing)
  • Teacher Workshop: Cells! 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. Lunch provided, Monshire Museum of Science, Norwich. $55, pre-registration required. Register online: https://www.formstack.com/forms/mms-cells_3_28_2011 (Teaching)
  • Author Appearance: Steven C. Schlozman,Presenting his novel “The Zombie Autopsies”: http://nescifievents.org/?p=2246, 7pm – 7pm, Brookline, MA (Author)
  • Open Cardgames!, 6pm – 11pm, Quarterstaff Games, Burlington. (Gaming)
  • Monday Night Magic, 6pm – 9pm, Village Pizza, Montpelier. (Gaming)
  • Mini Painting, 6:00pm – 8:30pm, The Gamers Grotto, Bennington. (Gaming)
  • Todd Lecture Series: Lt. Gen. Robert L. Van Antwerp Jr., This talk will be video-streamed live at: http://www.nsnsports.net/norwich, 7 p.m., Plumley Armory, Norwich University, Northfield (Talk)

Geek Things for March 24th

  • American Red Cross Blood Drive, 12–5PM, Johnson State College, Johnson. Free. (Blood Drive)
  • Chess Club, 7PM, Faith United Methodist Church, South Burlington. $2-3. (Chess)
  • Mud Season Book Sale. Proceeds support library programs and services. 9AM–5PM, Brownell Library, Essex Junction. Free. (Books)
  • ‘Pawsitive Pup’, 6–7:30PM, Hunger Mountain Co-op, Montpelier. Donations accepted. (Pets)
  • Green Mountain Film Festival. Visit greenmountainfilmfestival.org. 12–10PM, Various locations, Montpelier. Various prices. (Films)
  • Open Computer Time, 3–4:30PM, Fletcher Free Library, Burlington. Free. (Computers)
  • Charles A. Dana Category 1 2011 Lecture Series – “Merchant Princess and Irish Abolitionist: The Story of Isabel Jennings.” 12:15-1, Multipurpose Room, Kreitzberg Library, Norwich University, Northfield. Free. (Talk)
  • Lani Guinier – “Diversity, Opportunity and the Shifting Meritocracy in Higher Education.” 7–8PM, Ira Allen Chapel, UVM, Burlington. Free. (Talk)
  • Warmachine / Hordes, 5pm – 11pm, Quarterstaff Games Gamespace, Burlington. (Gaming)
  • Living with Coal, and Fighting Back, 7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m., Waterman Building 413, UVM, Burlington. (Energy)
  • Gideon Rose Lecture, author of ‘How Wars End’, 12:15 – 1:30pm, Robert A Jones ’59 Conference Room, Middlebury College, Middlebury. (Talk)

 

Geek Things for March 23rd

  • Social-Media Marketing, 8:30–10:30AM, Charles E. Carter Business Resource Center, St. Johnsbury-Lyndon Industrial Park, St. Johnsbury. Free. (Social Media)
  • American Red Cross Blood Drive, 8:30AM–2PM, Missisquoi Valley Union High School, Swanton. Free. (Blood Drive)
  • Mud Season Book Sale, 9AM–9PM, Brownell Library, Essex Junction. Free. (Books)
  • Green Mountain Film Festival. Visit greenmountainfilmfestival.org for details. 12–10PM, Various locations, Montpelier. Various prices. (Green Mountain Film Festival)
  • ‘The Constant Gardener’, 7pm, Room 200, Yokum Lecture Hall, SUNY Plattsburgh, Plattsburgh. Free. (Films)
  • High School Book Group, 5–6PM, Fletcher Free Library, Burlington. Free. (Books)
  • Middle School Book Group, 4–5PM, Fletcher Free Library, Burlington. Free. (Books)
  • Juan Torres – “Powering the Future: Smart Grid Challenges and Opportunities.” 4:30PM, Jeffords Hall room 234, University of Vermont, Burlington. Free. (Talk)
  • ‘Recognizing and Honoring Vermont’s Women Veterans’ 9AM–4PM, Various downtown locations, Montpelier. Free. (Talk)
  • Writers’ Group, 7–9PM, Johnson Public Library, Johnson. Free. (Writing)
  • Magic Booster Draft – $12, 6pm – 11pm, Quarterstaff Games, Burlington. (Gaming)
  • Pathfinder Society, 6:30pm – 11:00pm, Game Lounge, Quarterstaff Games, Burlington. (Gaming)
  • “Golden Showers: the Coagulating Cosmos of a Fourteenth-Century Mad Scientist”, 4:30 – 6pm, Franklin Environal Center 103, Middlebury College, Middlebury. (Talk)
  • Learn About NOOK Color, 6:00 PM. Barnes & Noble, South Burlington. (eReaders)
  • Marvelous Maples. Dress for a walk on the trails. 10-11:30am, North Branch Nature Center, Montpelier. $5 per child. Info. 229-6206. (Kids)
  • Real CSI Symposium. 4-7pm, Dole Auditorium, Norwich University, Northfield. (Talk)
  • Amphibian Monitoring Training Program. 6pm, Waitsfield Elementary School, Waitsfield, Free. Info. 229-6206. (Nature)
  • USDA Forest Service Public Meeting. 2-5pm or 7-10pm, Rochester Ranger District. Info: 767-4261, Rochester. (Nature)
  • Naruto, 4:30pm – 8:00pm, The Gamer’s Grotto, Bennington. (Gaming)
  • Wednesday Night Board gaming at Triple Play, 6:00pm – 10:30pm, Triple Play, Lebanon, New Hampshire (Gaming)
  • D&D Encounter, 6:00pm – 8:30pm, The Gamers Grotto, Bennington. (Gaming)
  • L5R Night at Triple Play, 6:30pm – 10:00pm, Triple Play, Lebanon, NH. (Gaming)

Geek Things for March 10th


  • American Red Cross Blood Drive, 12–5:30PM, Fire Department, Brandon. Free. (Blood Drive)
  • American Red Cross Blood Drive, 8:30AM–1:30PM, Hartford High School, White River Junction. Free. (Blood Drive)
  • Chess Club, 7PM, Faith United Methodist Church, South Burlington. $2-3. (Chess)
  • Mobius Community Science Night, 5:30–7:30PM, ECHO Lake Aquarium and Science Center, Burlington. Free, preregister. (Science)
  • Vermont Cartoonist Laureate Appointment, 9:15AM, Various locations statewide. Free. (Cartooning)
  • ‘GasLand’, 7PM, Catamount Arts Center, St. Johnsbury. $4-7. (Documentaries)
  • Open Computer Time, 3–4:30PM, Fletcher Free Library, Burlington. Free. (Computers)
  • Poetry-Writing Group, 4:30–5:30PM, Fletcher Free Library, Burlington. Free. (Writing)
  • Bill McKone – “Vermont’s Irish Rebel: The Story of John Lonergan.” 7PM, Chester Arthur Room, Municipal Building, Fairfield. Free. (History)
  • Jennifer Finney Boylan – diversity, multiculturalism, gender and women’s issues, 7-8:30pm, Warren Ballrooms, Angell College Center, SUNY Plattsburgh, Plattsburgh. Free. (Talk)
  • Lunch & Learn – Designing the Museum, 12PM, Sullivan Museum & History Center, Norwich University, Northfield. Free. (Architecture)
  • Panel Discussion – “If You Lose Your Old-Fashioned Town Meeting, Are You Losing Democracy?”, 7PM, Vermont Folklife Center, Middlebury. Free. (Politics)
  • Warren Spinner – The issues affecting forest health, 7–8:30PM, Leddy Park Arena, Burlington. Free. (Trees)
  • ‘Underneath the Lintel’, 7:30PM, FlynnSpace, Burlington. $24.30-32.50; special $10 tickets available at the door 10 minutes before curtain. (Theater)
  • Open Miniatures Tables!, 5pm – 11pm, Quarterstaff Games Gamespace, Burlington. (Gaming)
  • “The Risky Lives of Professional Guinea Pigs: Alienation and Boredom at the the Pharmaceutical Industry Margins”, 4:30 – 5:45pm, McCardell Bicentennial Hall, 216, Middlebury College, Middlebury. (Talk)
  • “Mental Machines” Film Series, Mar 6 – 13 2011, Cambridge, MA (Films)
  • James Kochalka Superstar at Tupelo Music Hall, 8:00 pm, Tupelo Music Hall, White River Junction. (Music)

 

Geek Things for March 3rd

  • American Red Cross Blood Drive , 12–5:30PM, Williston Fire Station, Williston. Free. (Blood Drive)
  • Chess Club, 7PM, Faith United Methodist Church, South Burlington. $2-3. (Chess)
  • Environmental Film Series. A Q&A follows. 11AM–1PM, Vermont Institute of Natural Science, Quechee. Free. (Environmentalism)
  • Open Computer Time, 3–4:30PM, Fletcher Free Library, Burlington. Free. (Teens)
  • Science Magic, 3PM, Dorothy Alling Memorial Library, Williston. Free. (Kids)
  • Café Scientifique – “How Safe Are We Against Cyber Attack?” 6:30–8:30PM, ECHO Lake Aquarium and Science Center, Burlington. Free; for ages 21 and up; cash bar. (Talk)
  • Charles A. Dana Category 1 2011 Lecture Series – “Community and Craft: Notes on Multidisciplinary Projects.” 12:15–1PM, Multipurpose Room, Kreitzberg Library, Norwich University, Northfield. Free. (Talk)
  • ‘Death With Dignity: From Oregon to Vermont’, 12:30PM, Town Hall Theater, Middlebury. Free. (Talk)
  • ‘Death With Dignity: From Oregon to Vermont’, 6:30PM, Mark Skinner Library, Manchester. Free. (Talk)
  • Monona Rossol – “Environmental, health and safety issues in the fields of art education and theater production”, 4:30–6:30PM, Royall Tyler Theatre, UVM, Burlington. Free. (Talk)
  • Open Miniatures Tables!, 5pm – 11pm, Quarterstaff Games Gamespace, Burlington (Gaming)
  • “Quantum Simulations of Materials: Insights into the Microscopic Picture,” 4:00 p.m. to 5:15 p.m., Davis Student Center, The Jost Foundation Room, UVM, Burlington. (Physics)
  • “Multilingual Communication in a Globalized World: Why English Isn’t Enough”, 4:30 – 6:30pm, Robert A. Jones ’59 Conference Room, Middlebury College, Middlebury. (Talk)

 

Geek Things for March 2nd


  • Small Agricultural Business Workshop, 7:15PM, Hazen Union High School, Hardwick. $15 per class. (Agriculture)
  • Renewable Energy Workshop, 6–7PM, Hunger Mountain Co-op, Montpelier. Free. (Energy)
  • ‘Smart About Solar’, 7–8:30PM, Library, Charlotte Central School, Charlotte. Free. (Solar)
  • American Red Cross Blood Drive, 12–5:30PM, Shelburne Town Hall, Shelburne. Free. (Vampires)
  • Chittenden County Philatelic Club, 6:15PM, GE Healthcare Building, South Burlington. Free. (Stamps)
  • Milton Historical Society Meeting, 6PM, Milton Historical Society, Milton. Free. (History)
  • ‘Tech Savvy’, 6–8PM, Bradford Public Library, Bradford. Free. (Skype)
  • ‘Restless’, 7PM, Spaulding Auditorium, Hopkins Center, Dartmouth College, Hanover. $5-7. (Films)
  • High School Book Group, 5–6PM, Fletcher Free Library, Burlington. Free. (Teens)
  • Middle School Book Group, 4–5PM, Fletcher Free Library, Burlington. Free. (Teens)
  • Annelise Orleck – “Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire & its lasting impact on workplace safety laws”, 7PM, Rutland Free Library, Rutland. Free. (Talk)
  • ‘Communities and Justice: Inequality and Innovation in America’s Justice System’, 7PM, Middlebury College, Middlebury. Free. (Talk)
  • ‘Death With Dignity: From Oregon to Vermont’, 6:30PM, St. Albans Historical Museum, St. Albans. Free. (Talk))
  • Dr. François Clemmons – “If You Don’t Want Your Slave to Speak Freely, You Should Forbid Him to Sing!”, 7PM, First United Methodist Church, Burlington. Free. (Talk)
  • Dr. Mary Childers – “A memoirist discusses her broken childhood in Welfare Brat”, 7PM, Ilsley Public Library, Middlebury. Free. (Talk)
  • Paul Searls – Two Vermonts: Geography and Identity, 1865-1910, 7PM, St. Johnsbury Athenaeum, St. Johnsbury. Free. (Talk)
  • Vermont Law Symposium – “China’s Environmental Governance: Global Challenges and Comparative Solutions,” 9:30AM, Vermont Law School, South Royalton. Free. (Talk)
  • Writers’ Group, 7–9PM, Johnson Public Library, Johnson. Free. (Writing)
  • Magic Booster Draft – $12, 6pm – 11pm, Quarterstaff Games, Burlington. (Gaming)
  • Global and Regional Studies Brown Bag Lecture, 12:15 p.m. to 1:15 p.m. — Old Mill John Dewey Lounge 325, UVM, Burlington. (Talk)
  • Physics Department Colloquium – “A Luttinger Liquid Core Inside Helium-4 Filled Nanopores “, 3:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m., Davis Student Center, The Mildred Livak Room, UVM, Burlington. (Physics)
  • The Writer’s Workshop fiction reading – Bonnie Jo Campbell, 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., Old Mill John Dewey Lounge 325, UVM, Burlington. (Writing)
  • Naruto, 4:30pm – 8:00pm, The Gamer’s Grotto, Bennington. (Gaming)
  • Wednesday Night Board gaming at Triple Play, 6:00pm – 10:30pm, Triple Play, Lebanon, New Hampshire. (Gaming)
  • D&D Encounter, 6:00pm – 8:30pm, The Gamers Grotto, Bennington. (Gaming)
  • Atwater Blood Drive 2010 -2011, 11am – 4pm, McCullough Social Space, Atwater Commons, Middlebury College, Middlebury. (Vampires)
  • “Liberals and Immigration: A Philosophical Perspective”, 4:30 – 6pm, Franklin Environmental Center 103, Middlebury College, Middlebury. (Talk)
  • Seuss Stories!, 10:00 PM, Barnes and Noble, South Burlington. (Kids)
  • Psychology Lunch program: Student presentations, 12pm, Webb 107, Norwich University, Northfield. (Talk)