Join Joanna Tebbs Young for a talk on her new book, Lilian Baker Carlisle.
ABOUT THE BOOK: Overlooking Lake Champlain in the Old North End of Burlington, Vermont, sits a house. Inside that house is a closet. Inside that closet, a lifetime. Piled from floor to ceiling, 80 years' worth of scrapbooks, dating from 1925 to 2006, are just one legacy of Burlington, Vermont, historian and writer Lilian Baker Carlisle. Assistant to Electra Havemeyer Webb of Shelburne Museum, author of "the most accurate and complete" book on early Vermont silver, a champion for equality and the environment, a politician and preservationist, she was a woman ahead of her time. Lilian Baker Carlisle: Vermont Historian, Burlington Treasure is her story.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Joanna Tebbs Young, MA-TLA is a writer, facilitator, presenter, and coach based in Rutland, Vermont. Holding a MA in Transformative Language Arts from Goddard College and trained through the Center for Journal Therapy, Joanna offers writing workshops and private coaching for creative flow and personal insight. Joanna writes the column, "Circles of Community" for the Rutland Reader, and has had essays published in Mama Says, Rutland Magazine, and Chrysalis. She is currently writing a memoir. Joanna blogs about writing at wisdomwithinink.com and about local history at rutlandwhen.wordpress.com.
DATE: Wednesday, September 13th at 7pm
LOCATION: Phoenix Books Burlington
ADMISSION: Proceeds from ticket sales will go to the Vermont Foodbank. Your $3 ticket comes with a coupon for $5 off a copy of the featured book. Coupons expire at closing the evening of the event.
BENEFICIARY: Founded in 1986, the Vermont Foodbank has grown to be the state’s largest hunger-relief organization, serving Vermont through a network of food shelves, meal sites, schools, hospitals, and housing sites. The Foodbank’s mission is to gather and share quality food and nurture partnerships so that no one in Vermont goes hungry.