Geek Things for July 7th

  • Book Sale, 12–7PM, Stowe Free Library, Stowe. Free. (Books)
  • Basic Bike Maintenance, 5:30–6:30PM, Skirack, Burlington. Free. (Bikes)
  • Historic Tours, 9AM–5PM, Wilson Castle, Proctor. $10. (Castle)
  • ‘Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix’, 10AM, Catamount Arts Center, St. Johnsbury. Free. (Movies)
  • ‘September 11, 1814: The Battles at Plattsburgh’, 7PM, Battle of Plattsburgh Association, Plattsburgh. Free. (History)
  • Chess Club, 7PM, Faith United Methodist Church, South Burlington. $2-3. (Chess)
  • ‘Frankenstein and Friends’, 12–1PM, Dorothy Alling Memorial Library, Williston. Free. (Kids)
  • Teen Club, 4:30–5:30PM, Dorothy Alling Memorial Library, Williston. Free. (Teens)
  • Owl Prowl & Night Ghost Hike, 7–9PM, Little River State Park, Waterbury. $2-3; call to confirm; flashlight required. (Outdoors)
  • ‘We Walk the Woods!’. Meet at the Nature Center. 10AM, Little River State Park, Waterbury. $2-3; call to confirm. (Outdoors)
  • Water Striders. Meet at the Nature Trail. 2PM, Little River State Park, Waterbury. $2-3; call to confirm. (Outdoors)
  • Book Talk, 11AM–12PM, Flying Pig Bookstore, Shelburne. Free. (Books)
  • Kristin Kimball: Shelburne – The author of The Dirty Life: A Memoir of Farming, Food and Love. 7PM, Shelburne Farms, Shelburne. Free. (Books)
  • Warmachine / Hordes, 5pm – 11pm, Quarterstaff Games Gamespace, Burlington. (Gaming)
  • Who Sank the Boat? 11:00 a.m., Monshire Museum of Science, Norwich. (Kids)
  • Straw Oboes, 3:00 p.m., Monshire Museum of Science, Norwich. (Kids)
  • Planetarium presentation, 11:00 am – 12:00 pm, Fairbanks Museum, St. Johnsbury. $5/person (Astronomy)
  • A Midsummer Night’s Dream, 8pm, Lost Nation Theater, Montpelier. $25-$30, Info. 229-0492. (Theater)
  • Plainfield Book Club. Discussing “Twilight” and “The Town That Food Saved.”, 6:30pm, Cutler Memorial Library, Plainfield. Info. 454-8504. (Books)
  • Red Cross Blood Drive. 11:30-5:30pm, St. Leo’s Hall, Waterbury. (Blood Drive)
  • Military Vehicle Show. Rte 2, 2 miles from Rte 100 intersection, follow signs, $3/$5 per family. http://www.gmmvc.org, Waterbury. (Military)

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 4th

  • American Red Cross Blood Drive, 12–5:30PM, Congregational Church, Bradford. Free. (Blood Drive)
  • Book & Bake Sale, 9AM–12PM, Grace United Methodist Church, Essex Junction. Free. (Books)
  • ‘Name That Movie!’, 5–6PM, The CineClub, Savoy Theater, Montpelier. $2.50. (Movies)
  • Shabana Basij-Rasikh – “Afghan Women Working for Change.” 10:30am, Farrell Room, St. Edmund’s Hall, St. Michael’s College, Colchester. Free. (Talk)
  • ‘GasLand’, 7PM, Catamount Arts Center, St. Johnsbury. $4-7. (Energy)
  • ‘Draw Comics!’, 3–4:30PM, Fletcher Free Library, Burlington. Free. (Kids)
  • Science & Stories – Moose, 11AM, ECHO Lake Aquarium and Science Center, Burlington. Regular admission, $8.50-10.50; free for kids 2 and under. (Kids)
  • Bruce A. Gibbard, M.D. Memorial Lectureship Program – “What Happened to Our Shared Understanding of Mental Health?” / “Clinical Implications of Assessing Overall Mental Health: Treatment of Paranoid Patients as a Case in Point.”, 10:15AM / 1PM, Davis Auditorium, Medical Education Center Pavilion, Fletcher Allen Health Care, Burlington. Free. (Health, Talk)
  • ‘Communities and Justice: Inequality and Innovation in America’s Justice System’, 12:30–2PM, Middlebury College, Middlebury. Free. (Talk)
  • ‘Death With Dignity: From Oregon to Vermont’, 6:30PM, Memorial Building, Hardwick. Free. (Talk)
  • Dr. Diane Zuniga – “Medical Interventions Used to Treat Childhood Disorders”. Preregister. 9AM–12PM, Alumni Conference Room, Angell College Center, SUNY Plattsburgh, Plattsburgh. Free. (Talk)
  • FNM – Friday Night Magic – Type 2 / Standard – $8 Entry Fee, 6pm – 11pm, Quarterstaff Games, Burlington. (Gaming)
  • Intercon K, Mar 4 – 6 2011, Westin Waltham-Boston (Conventions)
  • Friday Night Magic — Constructed, 6pm – 10pm, The Gamer’s Grotto, Bennington. (Gaming)
  • Member and Invited Guest Star Party (weather permitting), Call Jack St. Louis 802-658-0184 (H), 802-656-1287 or Paul Walker 802-388-4220 (H), 802-861-8640 (W), GMO (Green Mountian Observatory), Observatory Road, Hinesburg. (Astronomy)

Geek Things for February 24th


  • Janus FOrum – Vermont Yankee: Keep It Running or Shut It Down?, 4:00pm – 5:30pm, Silver Maple Ballroom, Dudley H. Davis Center, UVM, Burlington. (Talk)
  • Chess Club, 7PM, Faith United Methodist Church, South Burlington. $2-3. (Chess)
  • Skate Derby Blood Drive, 1–6PM, Comfort Inn & Suites, Plattsburgh. Donations accepted. (Vampires)
  • ‘Memento’, 7PM, Loew Auditorium, Hopkins Center, Dartmouth College, Hanover. $5-7. (Movies)
  • ‘Mother Nature’s Child: Growing Outdoors in the Media Age’, 2:30PM, Montshire Museum of Science, Norwich. Free with museum admission, $10-12; free for kids under 2. (Documentaries)
  • ‘Blow Things Up With Will!’, 10:30AM–12PM, Fletcher Free Library, Burlington. Free. (Kids)
  • Chess, 3–4:30PM, Brownell Library, Essex Junction. Free. (Chess)
  • Daily Design Challenge, 12PM, ECHO Lake Aquarium and Science Center, Burlington. Regular admission, $8.50-10.50; free for kids 2 and under. (Kids)
  • Open Computer Time, 3–4:30PM, Fletcher Free Library, Burlington. Free. (Teens)
  • Poetry-Writing Group, 4:30–5:30PM, Fletcher Free Library, Burlington. Free. (Teens, Poetry)
  • ‘Puzzles, Puzzles, Puzzles!’, 8:30AM–6PM, Fletcher Free Library, Burlington. Free. (Puzzles)
  • School Vacation Fun, Preregister, 1–3PM, Vermont History Museum, Montpelier. $3-5; family rates available. (Kids)
  • ‘The Nature of February’, 10:30AM, 1:30PM, Mad River Glen Ski Area, Fayston. $15-25; $65 per family of four. (Outdoors)
  • Charles A. Dana Lecture Series “French-Heritage Resonance Sites and the Shaping of America: Bringing Artifacts to Life With Self-Learning.” 12:15–1PM, Multipurpose Room, Kreitzberg Library, Norwich University, Northfield. Free. (Talk)
  • Devin Pendas, “Murder, Genocide and the Challenges of Legal Interpretation” 5-7pm, Oakes 007, Vermont Law School, South Royalton. Free. (Talk)
  • Lunch & Learn – The Queen City’s art scene, 12–3PM, Ohavi Zedek Synagogue, Burlington. Donations accepted. (Talk)
  • Rubenstein Graduate Seminar Series – “The Emerald Ash Borer Invasion of North America: Ecological Impacts and the Quest for Resistance.” 4pm, 127 Jeffords Hall, University of Vermont, Burlington. Free. (Talk)
  • Wendell Potter – How Corporate PR Is Killing Health Care and Deceiving Americans, 12:15-1:30pm, Room 11, Vermont Statehouse, Montpelier. Free. (Talk)
  • ‘Antigone’, 8PM, FlynnSpace, Burlington. $20; $10 for Champlain College staff with ID; free for Champlain College students with ID. (Theater)
  • ‘Eurydice’, 8PM, Moore Theater, Hopkins Center, Dartmouth College, Hanover. $5-16. (Theater)
  • ”Star Trek’ Live, 7PM, Spruce Peak Performing Arts Center, Stowe Mountain Resort, Stowe. $13-20. (Star Trek)
  • Open Miniatures Tables!, 5pm – 11pm, Quarterstaff Games Gamespace, Burlington. (Gaming)
  • TotalCon, Feb 24 – 27 2011, Mansfield, Massachusetts (Convention)
  • Homeschoolers’ Series: Magnets and Electricity, Members $54, non-members $60. Register online. Monshire Museum of Science, Norwich. (Kids)
  • 10:30 a.m.-noon for children ages 6-8
  • 1-2:30 p.m. for children ages 9-12
  • ES Program Woodin Colloquium, 12:30-1:30pm, Franklin Environmental Center 103, Middlebury College, Middlebury. (Talk)
  • A conversation with American Book Award-winning cartoonist and journalist Joe Sacco, 5:00pm, Kemeny 008, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH (Cartooning)

 

Geek Things for February 10th

  • American Red Cross Blood Drive, 2–7PM, Charlotte Senior Center, Charlotte. Free. (Vampires)
  • Chess Club, 7PM, Faith United Methodist Church, South Burlington. $2-3. (Chess)
  • ‘The Dark Side of Chocolate’, 5:30–7:30PM, City Market, Burlington. Free, preregister. (Food)
  • Open Computer Time, 3–4:30PM, Fletcher Free Library, Burlington. Free. (Teens)
  • Poetry-Writing Group, 4:30–5:30PM, Fletcher Free Library, Burlington. Free. (Teens)
  • Colman McCarthy, “Building a more peaceful world”, 7PM, Casella Theater, Castleton State College, Castleton. Free; tickets required. (Peace)
  • Dr. Elliott Fisher, “Achieving a Sustainable Health Care System.”, 4pm, Farrell Room, St. Edmund’s Hall, St. Michael’s College, Colchester. Free. (Health Care)
  • Walter Kulash – “Transportation and Community Character,” 7PM, Dana Auditorium, Sunderland Language Center, Middlebury College, Middlebury. Free. (Transportation)
  • Todd Lecture Series – Lieutenant General John F. Kelley, 7pm, Plumley Armory, Norwich University, Northfield. Free. (Military)
  • ‘Dracula’, 7:30PM, Hartman Theatre, Myers Fine Arts Building, SUNY Plattsburgh, Plattsburgh. $2-10. (Vampires, Theater)
  • ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’, 7PM, Dibden Center for the Arts, Johnson State College, Johnson. $5. (Shakespeare, Theater)
  • Book Discussion Series: ‘World War II: The Loss of the Age of Innocence’ in Joseph Heller’s Catch-22, 6:30PM, Fairfax Community Library, Fairfax. Free. (Reading)
  • Sigma Xi lecture: “DNA at the Dinnertable: The Global Politics of Genetically Modified Food”, 5:30pm, Norwich University, Northfield. (Genetics)
  • Exhibit: Raise the Roof, 10:00 am to 5:00 pm, ECHO, Burlington. Free with admission (Kids)
  • Teacher Workshop: Growing Things: an Introduction to the Insights Curriculum, 9am to 3pm, Monshire Museum, Norwich. $55, pre-registration required. Register online. (Teaching)
  • Open Miniatures Tables!, 5pm – 11pm, Quarterstaff Games, Burlington. (Gaming)

Geek things for December 15th

  • Kelley Marketing Meeting, 7:45–9AM, Ireland Building, Champlain College, Burlington. Free. (Social Media Marketing)
  • Battle of Plattsburgh Association Annual Meeting, 7pm, Press Republican Auditorium, Battle of Plattsburgh Association, Plattsburgh. Free. (History)
  • Scrabble Club, 1–3PM, Dorothy Alling Memorial Library, Williston. Free. (Scrabble)
  • ‘The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet’s Nest’, 1:30PM, 4PM, 7PM, Catamount Arts Center, St. Johnsbury. $4-7. (Films)
  • 4-H Super Science, 3:30–5PM, Burnham Memorial Library, Colchester. Free. (Kids)
  • Fairfax Playgroup, 10–11AM, Health Room, Bellows Free Academy – Fairfax, Fairfax. Free. (Kids)
  • Highgate Story Hour, 10–11AM, Highgate Public Library, Highgate Center. Free. (Kids)
  • The Global Village, 10–11AM, Bellows Free Academy – Fairfax, Fairfax. Free. (Kids)
  • ‘Assignment Afghanistan: Reporting on the Vermont National Guard Deployment’, 7PM, Fletcher Free Library, Burlington. Free. (Military)
  • Magic Booster Draft – $12, 6pm – 11pm, Quarterstaff Games, Burlington. (Gaming)
  • Pathfinder Society, 6:30pm – 11:00pm, Game Lounge, Quarterstaff, Burlington. (Gaming)
  • Naruto, 4:30pm – 8:00pm, The Gamer’s Grotto, Bennington. (Gaming)
  • Wednesday Night Board gaming at Triple Play, 6:00pm – 10:30pm, Triple Play, 1 Glen Road #3, 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 December 7th

  • Blood Drive, 11AM–4PM, Cardinal Lounge, Angell College Center, SUNY Plattsburgh in Plattsburgh. Free. (Vampires – the good kind)
  • ‘The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet’s Nest’, 7PM, Catamount Arts Center, St. Johnsbury. $4-7. (Film)
  • Creative Tuesdays, 3–5PM, Fletcher Free Library, Burlington. Free. (Kids)
  • Boardgame Night,, 6pm – 11pm, Quarterstaff Games, Burlington. (Gaming)
  • HeroClix!, 7:30pm – 11:00pm, Game Lounge, Burlington. (Gaming)
  • Louise Charkoudian, “Cracking the Polyketide Code: How Nature Controls Polyketide Biosynthesis”, 11:30am Angell B-112, UVM, Burlington. (Science)
  • Jay Parini, The Passages of H.M. Reading, 7pm, Bear Pond Books, Montpelier (Books)
  • Vermont History Through Song, 7pm, The Gardens, Williamstown, FREE. 476-8523. (History)
  • Northfield Chess Club, 7pm, Northfield Senior Center, Northfield, $1. Info. 764-5880. (Chess)

Geek Things for November 8th


  • ‘Ghosts of Machu Picchu’ (Episode of “NOVA” investigates Western hemisphere ruins. Presentation to follow.) 7PM, Room 153B, Hawkins Hall, SUNY Plattsburgh, Plattsburgh, NY. Free. (Education)
  • ‘Menu for the Future’ (Food from cultural, economic, ecological, health and social standpoints). 6–7:30PM, Kellogg-Hubbard Library, Montpelier, VT. Free. (Food)
  • After-School Programs, 3:30–5PM, Kellogg-Hubbard Library, Montpelier, VT. Free. (Kids)
  • Teen Advisory Board, (Kids help librarians plan programs and order books). 4–5PM, Fletcher Free Library, Burlington, VT. Free. (Kids)
  • Barre Camera Club, Community National Bank, (Meet at side door promptly), 7pm, Barre, VT. Free, call 485-3086. (Photography)
  • Open Games Night, (World of Warcraft, Spoils, L5R, Magic, and beyond gets table space tonight! ), Quarterstaff Games, 6pm – 11pm, Burlington, VT, Free (Gaming)
  • Global and Regional Studies Lecture, (Dick Werbner, Emeritus University of Manchester (UK) will screen and discuss his prize-winning documentary “Holy Hustlers”.) , 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. — Rowell Nursing & Allied Health Building 103, Burlington, VT. (Talk)
  • Burack Lecture Series: Mark Pegg, “Killing and Dying for God: Violence as Redemption in the Medieval and Modern World,” 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. — Billings Library – North Lounge, Burlington, VT. (Talk)
  • Feick Fine Arts Center, Exhibit by New York City-based photographer J. Henry Fair. Green Mountain College, Poultney, VT (Art)
  • Almost Utopia: In Search of the Good Life in Mid-Century America, Vermont Statehouse, Montpelier, VT Card Room, Second Floor, Montpelier, VT (Photography)
  • Victor Castro, VP, Research & Product Development, Commerce Generation, jQuery for .NET Developers, 6-8:30 PM, GE Healthcare, South Burlington, VT. Preregistration Required, Free / Free Food. (Talk, Technology)

Geek things for November 4th

  • ‘Blue Gold: World Water Wars’ (Documentary considers our water-management system & survival of the humanan race) 7PM, Bugbee Senior Center, White River Junction. Free, but donations accepted. (Film)
  • After-School Programs at Kellogg Hubbard (Découpage, writing, drawing and gaming activities for kids) 3:30–5PM, Kellogg-Hubbard Library, Montpelier. Free. (Kids)
  • Lightbulb Lab (Problem solving activities for Kids 2 to 8). 9:30–11:30AM, Fletcher Free Library, Burlington. Free, but preregistration required. (Kids)
  • Teen Video Games, 3–4:30PM, Fletcher Free Library, Burlington. Free. (Kids)
  • Jarice Hanson – (Just as print, film, radio and TV shaped American life in the 20th century, an examination of the shift to digital media.) 7PM, Jeffords Auditorium, Castleton State College, Castleton. Free; tickets required. (Talk)
  • ‘The Count of Monte Cristo’. (The EMS Players present Alexandre Dumas’ classic adventure story, as reworked by Don Wright and Jim Wolvington.) 4PM, Edmunds Middle School, Burlington. (Theater)
  • ‘The Shape of Things’, 8PM, FlynnSpace, Burlington. $10-20; free for Champlain College students with ID. (Theater)
  • ‘Life x 3’, presented by SUNY Plattsburgh’s theater department. 7:30PM, Hartman Theatre, Myers Fine Arts Building, SUNY Plattsburgh, Plattsburgh, NY. $2-10. (Theater)
  • Phoenix Writing Group, 6–8PM at Phoenix Books in Essex. Free. (Writing)
  • Young Writers Club. For 9-13 year olds, snack provided, 3:30-5pm, Jaquith Public Library, Marshfield VT. (Kids)
  • Shakespeare Study Group. 7 pm, Jaquith Public Library, Marshfield VT. Call 426-3581, or e-mail jaquithpubliclibrary@hotmail.com (Literature)
  • Industrial Scars, 5-7 pm Feick Fine Arts Center, Green Mountain College, Poultney, VT (Art, Photography)
  • Almost Utopia: In Search of the Good Life in Mid-Century America, VT Card Room, Second Floor, Vermont Statehouse, Montpelier. (Art, Photography)
  • http://www.vermontfolklifecenter.org or 388-4964.