If you have ever wanted to learn to play Dungeons and Dragons or are a veteran looking for a group to play with, this starter-friendly campaign, designed and led by Dungeon Master Vinni Yasi, will allow for both a fun learning experience and open-ended gameplay.
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Dungeons and Dragons is a communal storytelling game. The first part of the class will be the set-up- the character creation & the rules- then participants will have a chance to jump right into the game. All you need to play is an internet capable computer (or similar device) and a microphone. A set of polyhedral dice, and paper and pencil can be a plus!
Ages Teen to Adult- moderate computer skills are handy.
Everything you’ve come to expect from Chair Yoga is delivered! Join Diana as she leads participants in gentle movements with the chair providing support and balance. Chair Yoga is a wonderful way to loosen and stretch your muscles, reduce stress, and improve circulation.
Summer dates are June 19th, July 17th and August 21st.
Meet in the Library’s Garden at the picnic table. In case of rain we will meet in the Municipality’s Community Steele Room.
Come with what you are currently working on or anything else you’d like to share.
We are a supportive, caring community of writers.
Feedback is positive, constructive, and can be life-changing!
Writers, fledgling or published, all are welcome at our monthly gatherings of Writers’ Wertfrei. “Wertfrei” comes from the German “Wertfreiheit” meaning non-judgmental or value-free. These gatherings are a place where writers can come, share their work, receive comments and suggestions in a supportive, caring environment.
From the Parlor to the Polling Place: Stories and Songs from the Suffragists brought to you by the Friends of the Library
Music was essential to the movement: each state convention of suffragists began and ended with songs such as “Shall Women Vote?” “New America,” “Giving the Ballot to the Mother” or “Voting as we Pray,” as well as rousing Christian hymns. Radtke also traces the movement’s alignment with other social justice initiatives such as temperance, labor conditions, wage equity, peace, and children’s welfare.
Linda Radtke, a classically trained singer will be performing live with accompanist Cameron Steinmetz from the Charlotte Congregational Church. Linda was a Vermont high school teacher for thirty-one years and now produces the VPR Choral Hour on Vermont Public Radio.