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  • Sunday, October 14 at 4:00 pm

    Journalist and social critic B.J. Mendelson will skillfully debunk the myths of social media. He'll illustrate how the notion of "social media" first came to prominence, why it has become such a powerful presence in the marketing field, and who stands to benefit each time it's touted in the press. Discover why all the Facebook friends and Twitter followers in the world mean nothing to you and your business without old-fashioned, real-world connections. Examine popular tales of social media "success," and the unsettling truths behind the surface. Learn how to best harness the potential of the Internet--without spending a fortune in the process. This book gives the knowledge and tools you "really" need to connect with customers and grow your brand.

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  • Sunday, October 14 at 2:00 pm

    Ever wondered about the romance and glamour of the life of a performer in 1940s America? Join us to get the inside scoop when we welcome local author Sharry Traver Underwood to our store. Underwood's fun and inspiring memoir, No Daughter of Mine is Going to Be a Dancer!, details her pursuit of a dancing career during the 40s.

    From the Foreword by Deborah Jowitt:
    In her tale of a dancer's life, Underwood reveals both the rapture she felt in dancing and her refreshingly spunky approach to a career. Over the decade, this...
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  • Saturday, October 13 at 7:00 pm

    Mystery fans have a treat in store when Archer Mayor, author of the highly acclaimed, Vermont-based mystery series featuring detective Joe Gunther, returns visits Phoenix Books Burlington. Mayor will be reading from and autographing his new novel, Paradise City.

    Archer Mayor's Joe Gunther series has been described by the Chicago Tribune as "the best police procedurals being written in America." Mayor is also the 2004 winner of the New England Independent Booksellers Association Award for Best Fiction-the first time a writer of crime literature has been so honored. In addition, Mayor is a death investigator for Vermont's Chief Medical Examiner, and a...

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  • Saturday, October 13 at 2:00 pm

    Mystery fans have a treat in store when Archer Mayor, author of the highly acclaimed, Vermont-based mystery series featuring detective Joe Gunther, returns to Phoenix Books Essex. Mayor will be reading from and autographing his new novel, Paradise City.

    Archer Mayor's Joe Gunther series has been described by the Chicago Tribune as "the best police procedurals being written in America." Mayor is also the 2004 winner of the New England Independent Booksellers Association Award for Best Fiction-the first time a writer of crime literature has been so honored. In addition, Mayor is a death investigator for Vermont's Chief Medical Examiner, and a Deputy...

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  • Saturday, October 13 at 11:00 am

    Calling all kids! Phoenix is hosting Snoozapalooza, a Dr. Seuss Sleep Book PJ Party.  Come join us for fun activities, giveaways, story time, and more! Attendees are invited to wear pjs, bring a blanket, pillow, and your favorite bedtime stuffed animal for cuddling.  Children must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
  • Saturday, October 13 at 11:00 am

    Calling all kids! Phoenix is hosting Snoozapalooza, a Dr. Seuss Sleep Book PJ Party.  Come join us for fun activities, giveaways, story time, and more! Attendees are invited to wear pjs, bring a blanket, pillow, and your favorite bedtime stuffed animal for cuddling.  Children must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
  • Tuesday, October 09 at 7:00 pm

    Join Thomas Visser for a slide presentation and discussion of that quintessentially American architectural feature - the porch. This is a joint event with Preservation Burlington.

    The porch, whether simple or grand, evokes feelings of welcome, comfort, and nostalgia in all of us, yet there has been little published on the history of this omnipresent architectural feature. Thomas Visser's new book examines how porches in their many forms have evolved in the United States and Canada through innovations, adaptations, and revivals. Covering formal porches and verandas, as well as the many informal vernacular types, he proffers insights into broad cultural customs and patterns, as well as regional preferences and...

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  • Sunday, October 07 at 2:00 pm

    Celebrate local food with Vermont's own self-sufficiency maven! Abigail will bring homemade crackers for you to sample, and will demonstrate how to make yogurt cheese. Then, there will be plenty of time for questions and book signing.

    Abigail R. Gehring, author of The Ultimate Self-Sufficiency Handbook and many other Green Living titles, may be the face of the new self-reliance revolution: just like the movement itself, she does not confine herself to either the rural or urban environment (she splits her time between New York City and Windham, Vermont) and she has equally firm footing in both the traditional (she was home-schooled in Vermont) and the modern (“...

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  • Sunday, October 07 at 11:00 am

    Learn about the layering of color to build up a colored pencil painting with Elizabeth Llewellyn!

    Elizabeth Llewellyn is a lifelong artist who has been making art since she was old enough to hold a crayon. She has a BA degree in Fine Art. Her favourite mediums are graphite, colored pencil and oil and her favourite subjects are horses and cats. Her fine art pet portraits have sold in the UK, the Republic of Ireland, Canada, and the US. Elizabeth Llewellyn's art is realistic and detailed in style. She loves teaching art to all ages.

    Vermont Fall Open Studio Weekend is a statewide celebration of the visual arts and the creative process in which Vermont...

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  • Saturday, October 06 at 6:00 pm

    Come meet the artists at our reception to celebrate the Vermont Crafts Council's Fall Open Studio Weekend at The Gallery at Phoenix books. Light fare provided. Reception is open to the public. Join us for a fun evening and check out some local talent.

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    Donna Kunkel's realistic art relates to her surroundings - mountains, animals, flowers, and visual landscapes.  Her paintings are mixed media - watercolor, pastel, ink and acrylic.  Her paintings have been featured in solo and group exhibits and have been selected...

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