Upcoming Events

While Geek Mountain State covers a number of events around the state of Vermont, we also run some of our own! Here’s what events we’re running that are coming up in the near future, as well as some other major convention dates which we’re interested in:




  • April 7th: GMS Book Club – Luna: New Moon, Ian McDonald [Pierson Library]
  • April 12th: Explore Fantastic Worlds With Brian Staveley and Elizabeth Bonesteel [Bear Pond Books]


  • May 5th: GMS Book Club –Signal to Noise, Silvia Moreno Garcia [Pierson Library]


  • June 2nd: GMS Book Club –Vermillion, Molly Tanzer [Pierson Library]


  • July 7th: GMS Book Club – Arkwright by Allen M. Steele [Pierson Library]


  • August 4th: GMS Book Club – All the Birds in the Sky by Charlie Jane Anders [Pierson Library]
  • August 27th/28th: Vermont Comic Con


  • September 1st: GMS Book Club – Radiance by Catherynn M. Valente [Pierson Library]




  • December 1st: GMS Book Club – Uprooted by Naomi Novik [Pierson Library]

4 thoughts on “Upcoming Events

  1. Pingback: Upcoming Events Page | Geek Mountain State

  2. I’ve just learned about you. Is it too late to add this to your calendar of upcoming events? The Georgia Public Library hosts a monthly board game event on the first Saturday of the month from 10-3.

    Tabletop Board Game Day at the Georgia Public Library
    Join us on Saturday, May 2 from 10-3 for a day of board gaming. Games of strategy such as Settlers of Catan, Ticket to Ride, Castle Panic, King of Tokyo, Puerto Rico, Tsuro, Zombie Dice and many more are available to play. You may bring a game too. Stay and play a game or stay all day.

  3. I’d suggest as a fellow geek that an “upcoming events” page needs to get regular maintenance, but this one surely does not. When I first got here I saw “near future” and a listing for April, which is 6 months from now, so doesn’t strike me as “near”. Since you didn’t put the year on any of these, it’s hard to tell how badly out of date the listings are. But, looking up the only event that seemed unique, it appears that the “near future” is six months in the past. And apparently “to come” means “never to be supplied”.

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