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Events for February 5, 2020
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Governor Philip B. Scott and the Vermont General Assembly invite you to our new exhibition Wednesday, February 5, 2020 Ceremony: 4:00 pm Reception: 4:30 to 6:00 pm Main Lobby, Vermont State House Presented by: Vermont State Curator’s Office and Friends of the Vermont State House For more information contact email@example.com or curator.vermont.gov Join us, too, for Farmers’ Night on the... Read more »Find out more »
Looking to make a real difference in the New Year? Care about women in recovery and their children? Train to become a mentor in the Vermont Women's Mentoring Program. Mercy Connections partners with the Vermont Department of Corrections and others to match trained volunteer mentors with incarcerated and court-involved women to coach them while making the transition to restorative and... Read more »Find out more »
Rojava, a revolutionary experiment in Kurdish Syria, attempts to create an inclusive democracy safe from ISIS, Turkish incursion, and Syria’s civil war. Smith College professor Ellen W. Kaplan discusses the process of interviewing women, activists, refugees, and fighters from the Rojava region, and transforming their experiences into theater.Find out more »
19th Amendment: Concert – Farmers’ Night Series Wednesday, February 5, 2020 | 7:30 PM VERMONT STATE HOUSE, 115 State Street, Montpelier Meg Mott, Marlboro College professor, leads a dialogue on the history and meaning of the 19th Amendment. She will be accompanied by accomplished Wesleyan University scholar and composer Neely Bruce conducting the State House Singers in his original choral arrangement... Read more »Find out more »