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  • Walker's Key

    Tuesday, July 23 at 7:00 pm

    Please join Onion River Press and Burlington author Frank Haddleton for a reading and discussion of his new book, Walker's Key, a historical novel about love, sibling rivalry, murder, and forgiveness.

    ABOUT THE BOOK: As dawn breaks on a summer morning in 1900, Darby Walker, owner of a St. Petersburg, Florida, ferry service, sets out to check on his older brother, Tulley, whose lighthouse across Tampa Bay on Walker's Key has gone dark. The recent death of their father, a ship pilot based on Egmont Key, has been declared a suicide, but Darby knows better, and signs point to Tulley as the murderer.

    Going back thirty-five years to Darby's birth in Harwich Port, on Cape Cod, Walker's Key explores the bitter sibling rivalry between overly...

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  • Bridging the Gap

    Sunday, July 21 at 4:00 pm

    Join Kimberly Paul for her Chester stop on the Live Well Die Well Tour, and for a talk on her book, Bridging the Gap.

    ABOUT THE BOOK:  Live vicariously through Kimberly C. Paul as she shares personal stories and the life lessons she has learned while working with hospice patients over the last 18 years.  Each chapter will inspire you to design your own life and death around what matters most. Kimberly C. Paul will urge you to discard what you thought you knew about death and embrace a new way of thinking when facing the end of life.  Her stories emphasize that death and dying are not taboo subjects and encourage you to engage in light-hearted conversations as you face your own death or the passing of a loved one. This innovative and...

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  • Friday, July 19 at 6:00 pm

    Join us for Friday Night Live and meet authors Doug Wilhelm and Shannon Gilligan who will be signing copies of their books from the popular special Choose Your Own Adventure® series.  Then, head onto Center Street where the choices you make can help you win a Phoenix Books Gift Certificate! 

    This event is free and open to all ages!

     

     

     

     

     

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  • Sunday, July 14 at 2:00 pm

    Join us for an afternoon of poetry hosted by Phoenix Books Rutland’s own Bianca Amira Zanella. Come to read, come to listen, or come for both! Those interested in reading can sign up at the door.

    ABOUT THE EVENT HOST: Bianca Amira Zanella’s poems have most recently appeared in The Mountain Troubadour and The Reverie. The recipient of a 2014 Robert T. Marsh Memorial Prize for Excellence in Writing and a 2017 Green Mountain Scholarship, Bianca plans...

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  • A Performance by Green Mountain Chamber Music Festival

    Saturday, July 13 at 1:00 pm

    Books and music are perfect partners! Enjoy young chamber musicians performing while you browse, or watch.

    Green Mountain Chamber Music Festival brings together young string musicians from around the U.S. and several other countries with professional string teachers from many conservatories and universities, to work together for a month in the beautiful setting of Burlington, Vermont. The Classical Encounters series brings informal chamber music performances to non-traditional venues around Burlington.

    ADMISSION:  This event is free and open to the public.

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  • Friday, July 12 at 6:00 pm

    Join us for story time at 6 pm during Friday Night Live and listen as Deputy Chief Scott Mangan and other members of the Rutland City Fire Department read from their favorite books!

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  • Live Well Die Well Tour

    Wednesday, July 10 at 6:30 pm

    Join Kimberly Paul for her Rutland stop on the Live Well Die Well Tour, and for a talk on her book, Bridging the Gap.

    ABOUT THE BOOK:  Live vicariously through Kimberly C. Paul as she shares personal stories and the life lessons she has learned while working with hospice patients over the last 18 years.  Each chapter will inspire you to design your own life and death around what matters most. Kimberly C. Paul will urge you to discard what you thought you knew about death and embrace a new way of thinking when facing the end of life.  Her stories emphasize that death and dying are not taboo subjects and encourage you to engage in light-hearted conversations as you face your own death or the passing of a loved one. This innovative and...

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  • JUNKYARD AT NO TOWN LAUNCH AT FOAM BREWERY

    Monday, July 01 at 7:00 pm

    This is an offsite event at Foam Brewery. From the Rootstock Publishing website:

    Join JC as he launches his book, Junkyard at No Town, out into the world. The party will be Foam Brewery, 112 Lake St, Burlington, VT 05401. Books will be available for purchase!

    The excellent Doug Perkins will join JC to play some tunes. Other members of Broken String may join us too. Book signed and sold!.

    Beer. Music. Fun.

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  • Monday, July 01 at (All day)

    Where’s Waldo? In Rutland, of course!  The iconic children’s book character in the striped shirt and black-rimmed specs is visiting twenty-five local businesses throughout our community this July. Find Waldo Local is a great summer vacation activity and a wonderful way to support local businesses and the Shop Local movement in our community, including these partners:

    • Timco Jewelers, 59 Center Street
    • Wonderfeet Kids Museum, 11 Center Street
    • Rutland Area Food Co-op, 77 Wales Street
    • Frogs and Lily Pads, 25 Center Street
    • Vermont Truffle Company, 37 Center Street
    • Handcarved by Ernie, 26 Center Street
    • Bookmobile, 17 Center Street
    • Fruition, 56 Merchants Row
    • Triumph Barre and Pilates Studio, 96...
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  • The Not Good Enough Mother

    Thursday, June 27 at 7:00 pm

    Join Sharon Lamb for a talk on her new book, The Not Good Enough Mother.

    ABOUT THE BOOKA psychologist who evaluates the fitness of parents when their children have been removed from their custody finds herself reassessing her own mothering when her son falls victim to the opioid crisis.

    Psychologist and expert witness Dr. Sharon Lamb evaluates parents, particularly in high-stakes cases concerning the termination of parental rights. The conclusions she reaches can mean that some children are returned home from foster homes. Others are freed for adoption. Well-trained, Lamb generally can decide what’s in the best interests of the child. But when her son’s struggle with opioid addiction...

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