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This Oscarnominated documentary explores the pivotal role historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) have played over the course of 150 years in American history, culture and identity and the power of education to transform lives and advance civil rights and equality in the face of injustice. Co-sponsored by Indie Lens Pop-Up and VT PBS. Talk by Shabana Basij-Rasikh Thursday, February 15, 2018, at 7 pm. Shabana Basij-Rasikh, author of the TED Talk “Dare to Educate Afghan Girls,” will give a talk at Kellogg-Hubbard Library. She is an Afghan educator, humanitarian, and women’s rights champion. She is the founder of Hela, Inc., whose mission is to empower Afghan women through education and the School of Leadership, Afghanistan, and has received gallon KAYEM NATURAL CASING FRANKS 2.5 lb box ............$11.99 worldwide recognition for her work. Cosponsored by Norwich University’s Peace & War Center and ESL Services at the Academic Achievement Center (AAC). Chase Away Cabin Fever Creative Collage Workshop Saturday, February 17, 1- 3pm. This Jack Sabon Art Resource Association Workshop is for teens and adults. Jack describes his workshop this way. “This class is just for fun... and anybody can do creative collages.” Feel free bring along some magazines that interest you and your collage ideas. He will have all the rest of the supplies available. In the East Montpelier Room CABIN FEVER SPELLING BEE Saturday, February 17, 2018 at 7pm Cure your cabin fever blues! Join us for an evening of fun with our annual spelling bee for adults! A team of local authors face-off against a handful of avid readers. See who has better spelling skills in this annual event. Is being part of a spelling bee on your bucket list? Sign up for your chance to be on the Readers Team at the Adult Circulation Desk. Names will be drawn on Wednesday, February 14. Tickets available at Adult Circulation desk, $12.00 in advance; $15.00 at the door. Get your tickets today! In Celebration of Black History Month: All Our Black Voices Wednesday, February 21, 2018 at 7pm “All our views, all our Reds, Whites, Browns & Blues, all our songs & tones infused, all our Black voices combined to lift & bloom.” Toussaint St. Negritude In Celebration of Black History Month, please bring your books and join local poet Toussaint St. Negritude for an open reading-in-the-round of your favorite African American poets. All are welcome to read, share, and rejoice in our community’s broad celebration of literary diversity. This program is free and open to all folks, all ages, all the community. Play Reading Monday, February 26 at 6:30pm All are invited to participate in reading Proof by David Auburn. Scripts will be provided and parts will be chosen at random. Anyone who chooses to listen rather than read is most welcome. Please email any questions to Nancy Schulz: • • • Groton Free Public Library Chocolate and Tea Party on Wednesday, February 14! Celebrate Valentine’s Day! There will be tea, craft making, sweet live music and different kinds of chocolate for you to sample. Registration encouraged. To register, call the library or email to Valentine’s Day Raffle Get 1 free ticket for every time you visit the library. Get 2 free tickets when you check out books. Drawing will be on Wednesday February 14 during our chocolate and tea party. NEW: Spanish Group meets on Fridays at 4:00pm Immerse yourself in Spanish as if you were in a Spanish speaking country! Join our NEW conversation group to improve your speaking and listening skills in Spanish in a relaxed and natural way. This group will be facilitated by a Native Spanish speaker. This group STARTS Friday, February 2 at 4:00pm. We will meet every Friday until March 2. Everybody is welcome. Contact the library to sign up. NEW: Groton Meditation Group meets on Sundays @ 10:30am Practitioners of all levels are invited to join sitting meditation. After the meditation the group explores their experience with the facilitator’s guidance. Beginners welcome. Free. Winter Groton Library Book Discussion Group All discussions take place on the last Wednesday of the month at 3:00pm. Copies of February’s book will be available for check out at the library. All of our programs are free and open to residents of all towns. Find us on Facebook (Groton Free Public Library) or contact Luisa at or call to 802- 584-3358. Open M (2:30-7) W (10-4) F (2:30-7) S (10-12). BACKROOM CLEARANCE SALE FRIDAY & SATURDAY FEBRUARY 16 & 17 75% OFF and lots of $1.00 items such as clothing, Christmas items, vintage Avon, sewing machine, household items, and a whole lot more! A Unique Thrift Shoppe! 18 So. Main St., Barre (802) 355-9430

93 North Main St, PO Box 536 Hardwick, VT 05843 802-472-5948 Documentary Film: “Alice’s Ordinary People: The Chicago Freedom Movement” Tuesday, Feb. 13 at 6PM Jeudevine Library celebrates Black History Month with a screening of “Alice’s Ordinary People: The Chicago Freedom Movement”, by filmmaker Craig Dudnick on Tuesday, Feb. 13, 2018 at 6 PM. The film is a 56-minute documentary about Alice Tregay, an unsung heroine of the Civil Rights Movement. Alices remarkable story spans the historic period from the marches of Dr. King to the election of Barack Obama. Early on she fought the ‘Willis Wagons,’ second class structures built to relieve overcrowding in those Chicago schools which served the African American community. But it was through her Political Education class that Alice’s had her most significant impact. Over a four year period, thousands were trained to work in independent political campaigns. This new force was integral to the re-election Fiber Crafternoons For Adults: Whether you knit, crochet, spin, needle-felt, quilt or practice another stitchery craft, there’s a place for you at the Waterbury Library. Beginning Wednesday February 7th and running weekly we will be meeting in the SAL room from 1:30 to 3 pm. Need some help on a project, inspiration, or just to be with likeminded folk? It is all about connection and creativity. These Crafternoons are for adults, and all levels are welcome, as are fiber crafters of all types. No registration needed. Just show up with your project in hand! Belle’s Pastels Art Show: Belle MacDougall, local pastel artist is currently presenting her show called “Bringing Color into the Dark of Winter” at the Waterbury Public Library’s Jeudevine Memorial Library Hardwick • • • of Ralph Metcalf to Congress, to the election of Harold Washington as mayor, and to making Barack Obama our first African American President. Join us to watch this powerful civil rights film to celebrate Black History month. The film will be followed by discussion and refreshments. For more information call the library at 472-5948. For more information about the film go to alices-ordinary-people/ Essential Oils Class Tuesday, Feb. 20 at 7PM. What’s the hype about essential oils? Do you want to know more? Do you want to learn how to use them for your health and wellbeing? Are you interested in finding natural cleaning products? Here is a great opportunity for you to experience them in this free class by Elysia Gingue. Elysia Gingue is a massage therapist who has been practicing for 3 1/2 years. She has also been a doTER- RA wellness advocate for 2 1/2 years and is a former high school science teacher. For more info, contact the library at 472-5948. a place to connect, inspire, and learn 28 N Main St., Waterbury, VT 05676 (802) 244-7036 café, just inside the front door of the library. On Saturday, February 10th from 2-4, the library will be staying open for a few more hours for an open house where patrons and visitors alike can view the artist’s beautiful scenes of nature and time, partake of light refreshments and listen to beautiful harp music by harpist, Judi Byron. You’ll recognize iconic scenes from Waterbury Center, Stowe, Waitsfield, Bolton Valley and Lake Champlain. All of Belle’s compositions are framed and priced to sell. A selection of note cards will also be available for sale. If the winter’s got you down, a little color and light may be just what you need. You can see Belle’s work at Dan Driscoll FREE Estimates! 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Kitchen Household/ Other Bathroom Tech • Air fresheners • Baby food squeeze pouches *Please note: The ARCC can only accept the items in this list; we do not take trash or regular recycling at this facility. Call ahead with large loads or questions. • Books • Cigarette waste, no cartons • Clean, reusable clothing, linens & packaging luggage (textile luggage only) • Cereal bags • Documents for shredding • Corks • Fluorescent bulbs & CFLs • Drink pouches • Glasses & sunglasses • Energy bar wrappers • Mercury thermostats & • Food scraps & used vegetable oil thermometers • Household cleaner packaging (spray triggers, pumps, detergent lids, etc) • Plastic lids • Small kitchen appliances • NEW! Chip & snack bags • Packing materials (bubble wrap, peanuts, air pillows & mailers Sports • Shoes • Tennis balls • Skis, ski poles, snowboards • Beauty product packaging • Prescription pill bottles • Toothbrushes, empty toothpaste Garage & Shed • Hand & power tools • Household paints & stains • Pellet stove bags (must be turned inside out and free of debris) • Propane canisters, 1# & 20# • Small metal (hardware, bottle caps, etc) • Tires ($3.50; $4.00 on rim; auto & small truck tires only) • Batteries, all kinds (tape tops and bottoms; bag large batteries) • E-waste & electronics • Ink & toner cartridges • Video game discs • Vinyl records • Wires & cables 540 North Main Street, Barre Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays noon–6 pm Third Saturday of the month 9 am–noon Central Vermont Solid Waste Management District 229-9383 • February 14, 2018 The WORLD page 7

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