The Tunbridge Public Library’s 12th Winter Evenings season of six free Friday evening talks begins Jan. 8. All start at 7 p.m., with refreshments following. The first speaker will be part-time Tunbridge resident Drew Bartley who is a professional geneaologist, archivist, and librarian. Come bring your questions and interest in discovering your past!
The following programs for this season are as follows:
Jan. 22: Alyssa Bennett, Small Mammals Biologist and Bat Specialist, Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department, “Flicker in the Darkness”
Feb. 5: Eileen Ahern of Dandelion Acres and Wendy Palthey of Tunbridge Hill Farm, “Ask a Gardener”
Feb. 19: Sue Cain, linen spinster & weaver, “From Flax to Linen”
March 4: Ed Sharron, Science Communication Specialist and Naturalist, National Park Service, Northeast Temperate Inventory and Monitoring Program, “Animal Track and Sign Investigation”
March 18: George Woodard, dairy farmer, actor, filmmaker, musician and storyteller, “An Evening with George Woodard”