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Past Events

  • Thursday, November 18 at 6:00 pm

    Calling all writers of all genres and of all levels of expertise, from beginner to published! Participants are invited to bring a sample of their original work for reading and discussion, as well as a favorite piece to read and share with the group. Nothing is required, though, and the event is free and open to the public.  See you there!

  • Tuesday, November 16 at 6:30 pm

    Jane Sandberg was raised within the lakes and mountains of the Adirondacks. Jane has a degree in Elementary Education from SUNY Oswego, and in Landscape Development and Ornamental Horticulture from VTC. When Jane moved to Vermont, she lived in Barre amidst the granite quarries and sculptures. As she raised her 3 children, she progressed from learning stained glass to pastels to watercolors. At VTC, freehand drawing and drafting were introduced; figure drawing, with Bill Braer, began in Montpelier. Jane continued her watercolor studies in classes with Kathy Berry- Bergeron. In 2004 she won First Prize in Watercolor during the NVAA June Juried Show, at the Bryant Gallery, in Jeffersonville. She has taught Beginner and Intermediate Adult watercolor classes and workshops....

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  • Thursday, November 04 at 6:00 pm

    Calling all writers of all genres and of all levels of expertise, from beginner to published! Participants are invited to bring a sample of their original work for reading and discussion, as well as a favorite piece to read and share with the group. Nothing is required, though, and the event is free and open to the public.  See you there!

  • Wednesday, November 03 at 6:00 pm

    Check out the local talent at your local, independent bookstore!  Want to be the local talent?  Phoenix is currently seeking currently seeking poets, musicians, singers, storytellers, and comics for this date.  Call 872-7111 to sign up.

  • Saturday, October 23 at 1:00 pm

    Please join Rachel Hamilton in a celebration of her new CD Better Days Here and Now. This is a CD of her original songs inspired by her experiences and the people and places in her life. So come on by for a relaxing evening listening to some great music and stories. Rachel Hamilton is a native Vermonter who's been singing and writing music for over 30 years. "I come from a large family," she says, "and have found a lot of inspiration to write and tell stories about from all the years in a small space with many people. I love the way music brings people from many different backgrounds together. Nothing tells me all things are possible like music does - it's simply magical."

  • Thursday, October 21 at 6:00 pm

    Join us for the next meeting of the Phoenix Writing Group! This group is intended to support efforts by writers in all genres and all levels of expertise, from beginner to published. Participants were invited to bring a sample of their original work for reading and discussion, as well as a favorite piece to read and share with the group. Nothing is required, though, and the event is free and open to the public.

  • Saturday, October 16 at 11:00 am

    Gather up your guinea pigs and join Tracey Campbell Pearson for stories, drawings, book signing, face painting and a pig party in celebration of the release of her latest illustrated book, Guinea Pigs Add Up. All ages and all guinea pigs are welcome. Phoenix Books will be on site selling copies of Tracey's books. Tracey will be available to sign books. Phoenix Books will donate 10% of books sales from the event to benefit the Jericho Town Library. Don't miss out on this Guinea Pig gathering! Tracey Campbell Pearson is the beloved author and illustrator of many children’s books, including The Moon by Robert Louis Stevenson, a Booklist Editors’ Choice Top of the List–Youth Picture Book winner and a School Library Journal Best Book of the Year. She lives in Jericho...

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  • Thursday, October 07 at 6:00 pm

    Join us for the next meeting of the Phoenix Writing Group! This group is intended to support efforts by writers in all genres and all levels of expertise, from beginner to published. Participants were invited to bring a sample of their original work for reading and discussion, as well as a favorite piece to read and share with the group. Nothing is required, though, and the event is free and open to the public.

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