A talk and discussion by Mary Fillmore, author of An Address in Amsterdam, an historical novel about a young Jewish woman who joins the resistance. The award-winning book has been widely recognized as a compelling story which shows how quickly a civilized society can deteriorate — and how possible it is for ordinary people, especially women, to take action against injustice. “Must-read” historical fiction, say Redbook, BuzzFeed, PopSugar, and Bookstr.
Have some Armenian Heritage? Served in Peace Corps in Armenia? Travelling soon to Armenia? Missing Armenia? Join Armenian Conversation Group every Saturday from 2 to 3pm to learn new expressions in Armenian and practice your knowledge of Armenian. Come prepared to sing, dance, test your drama skills, and play silly games in Armenian.
Support your public library! Join us for a Jazz Brunch benefitting the Library.
The Fletcher Free Library will be hosting a Jazz Brunch on March 18th from 11:00am to 1:00pm in our Main Reading Room. Jenni Johnson & The Jazz Junketeers will be there to delight attendees. Tickets for this event are $45 per person and can be purchased from the Library circulation desk. This event is a celebration of March as Women’s History Month, recognizing the role the Library plays in the cultural enrichment of our community.
English-language learners of all abilities can practice written and spoken English in Intermediate/Advanced levels of English classes. Grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation, idioms and American culture are covered. Classes are drop-in friendly, no registration is required.
Meets weekly on Wednesdays.
(“Mele” - Hawaiian word for song)
Join other Burlington-area Ukulele lovers in a group to learn and play the Ukulele together. Starting with 2-3 chord songs, simple visual prompts will assist in learning 1 or 2 songs together each session. A wide range of styles and genres are encouraged, from folk and rock ukulele to jazz, improv, multi-instrument duets, ukulele accompanied poetry, and other wild and wacky ukulele acts still to be created.
Share your own work and learn from others in this supportive writers group. All ages and experience welcome.
Poet, Greg Delanty reads from and discusses his new book of poetry – Selected Delanty from Un-Gyve Press. Please join us for this after-hours event in celebration of poetry.
The Black Is Beautiful Film Series is a monthly celebration in cinema of the diverse array of beauty, depth of intelligence and vastness of culture across the Diaspora. From Africa to America and worldwide Black People show up in such brilliant ways that imbue humanity with a glorious legacy. Come and celebrate these awe inspiring stories and brilliant journeys! Film and discussion series curated by Rajnii Eddins.
Bounce ideas off of one another, provide feedback and support, do fun group writing exercises, and most importantly, have a good time! For more information, contact Lauren at firstname.lastname@example.org