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Who: Learners: Upper Valley residents who want to practice and improve their spoken English. Tutors: English speakers who volunteer as conversation partners and language modelers. What: Free of charge to all participants. Study the art of science. Learn how to see. Realize that everything connects to everything else. Our understanding of an artist's or a scientist's life will aid us in making connections. A selection is on display at the Kilton Library or bring along a favorite to discuss.
Brown bag lunches are welcome. Stop being a secret reader of YA and join like-minded adults to discuss these fine specimens of Young Adult literature!
Participants are responsible for the cost of their own food and drink orders. Books will be available at either Library. In Afghanistan, where gender roles are rigidly prescribed, it is not uncommon for a girl to pass her childhood as a boy, in order to provide a son for a family without a male heir. The role of women in this society is the focus of Western attention and phlianthropy and the results are far from clear. How has our changing understanding of America's first people been reflected in novels and history?
What are the continuing struggles inherited from the past? A selection of books is on display at the Kilton Library, or bring a favorite to discuss. Skip to main content. Monday, December 2, - pm. Kilton Community Room. Kilton Book Buffet. Thursday, December 5, - pm. Kilton Conference Room. Scientists and Artists: Biographies and biographical fiction "To develop a complete mind: Study the science of art.
Monday, December 9, - pm. Second Thursday Book Discussion Group. Thursday, December 12, - pm. Lebanon All Purpose Room. Copies to check out are available at the Lebanon Reference desk. Monday, December 16, - pm. Monday, December 23, - pm. Monday, December 30, - pm. Thursday, January 2, - pm. Indigenous Peoples in Fiction and Nonfiction How has our changing understanding of America's first people been reflected in novels and history?