Live Events

Live Zoom Events for Week of June 22, 2020!

TODAY!
Monday, June 22
5:00 – 5:45 p.m.


Conversations with Interesting People: Sandy Wilbur 

Our Conversations with Interesting People series kicks off with Sandy Wilbur, a well-known forensic musicologist and resident of Londonderry, Vermont.

Sandy (pictured) will share anecdotes from her 25+ year career, including: 

– serving as an expert witness on the side of Pharrell Williams and Robin Thicke in the Blurred Lines v Marvin Gaye case, as well as other high profile trials

– extensively researching the music for the Coen Brothers’ film “O Brother Where Art Thou”

– researching and advising clients about appropriate songs, recording artists and musical direction for specific TV and film projects

– clearing original music before it is broadcast or released and performing a musicological analysis 

Sandy, President of Musiodata, is well-known among copyright and entertainment attorneys, advertising agencies, music producers, publishers, record companies and film and television companies for her expertise in matters relating to music copyright infringement, sound-alike and public domain issues. She is frequently contracted to research, compare and contrast one piece of music with another; clear original music before it is broadcast or released; analyze potential samples; research the origins and/or public domain status of a particular song; and consult with attorneys regarding potential or pending litigation.

Program takes place via zoom
Join Conversation with Sandy Wilbur via Zoom

Tuesday, June 23
4:30 – 4:50 p.m.

Story Time

Join us for virtual story time!

  Bring a favorite stuffed animal
or a flower from the garden!

Join Story Time via Zoom
New Thought Vermont
June 2020

June offerings include: 

1) Guided Meditation with Peter Miller
2) Tuning Up Your Body for Health & Vitality with Mary Ann Brehm
3) Yoga: At Home with Pauline
4) “Emptiness Dancing” with Peter Miller
5) Yin/Restorative Yoga with Gail Mann
6) Gentle Yoga with Gail Mann
7) Balance, Stability & Home Safety with Brian Finch
8) Yoga: At Home with Pauline


Go to the June Calendar for the full schedule and registration information. Please visit New Thought Vermont for information, contact information, and schedule of events for the month of May. 

Or send an e-mail to info@newthoughtvermont.com for more information.  

Michelle Bonang
Thursday, June 25
3:45 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Vinyasa Flow with Michelle

Join Michelle Bonang (pictured) on Thursdays for a virtual vinyasa flow session. Send an e-mail to Michelle for more details and to sign-up for classes.



 
Save the Date / RSVP:
Thursday, June 25
7:00 p.m. – 7:45 p.m.


Author Event with Nancy Davis Kho

The Thank You Project Virtual Book Club


Join us for a lively, encouraging chat about gratitude letters, tricks for remembering to be thankful even when times are hard, and how to get started on your list of thank you letter recipients. 

Nancy Davis Kho (pictured) is the author of The Thank You Project: Cultivating Happiness One Letter of Gratitude at a Time.

Space is limited. Please RSVP to Jessica to reserve your spot!

We will talk brass tacks about writing the letters, as well as:
How gratitude and happiness are connected
 
Who we might want to write and NOT send letters to
 
The lasting power of a written record of reasons to be grateful
 
Why strengthening our positive recall bias during dark times is possible and so very helpful
How you can use the The Thank-You Project to jumpstart your own gratitude experience
 
And more!
Want to inject more happiness into your own life? 
Start by writing a thank-you letter to someone else!
Nancy Davis Kho is an Oakland, CA writer whose work has appeared in the San Francisco Chronicle, Washington Post, and numerous anthologies.  She covers the years between being hip and breaking one at MidlifeMixtape.com and on the Midlife Mixtape Podcast. 

Program takes place via Zoom (Zoom link will be sent to you via email upon registering)

Please RSVP to Jessica ASAP to reserve your spot!

Friday, June 26
9:30 a.m. – 10:15 a.m.
Coffee Date

Let’s start the week together with a cup of have coffee (or tea!)! 
Bring coffee, tea — or even breakfast — to our Coffee Date.  

A great way to connect, see friendly faces, and start the day together … please join us!

Program takes place via Zoom
Join Coffee Talk on Zoom
Mamma Mia! Brandy Zarle, Susan Haefner, and Joanne Lessner. Photographed by Tim Fort 

Monday, June 29
5:30 p.m.
Mamma Mia Singalong with Susan!


Sing along — or sit back and enjoy the show — with Susan Haefner (pictured) as she sings favorite hits from Mamma Mia.  What a wonderful treat!

Also ….
How the heck do actors learn alllll those lines? 
What has been Susan’s favorite role to play to date? 
What’s it like to perform in front of hundreds of people? 

Susan will tell all!

Singalong will include Mamma Mia hits:

Dancing Queen
Mamma Mia
Does Your Mother Know
Money Money Money
S.O.S
Winner Takes It All
Super Trouper
Waterloo

Scroll down for lyrics or send an email to Jessica to request a copy of the lyric sheets.

Program takes place on Zoom
Join Mamma Mia via Zoom
Save the Date!
Tuesday, June 30
4:00 – 4: 45 p.m. 


Mystery Book Discussion 


Calling all mystery fans! 
Let’s get together for our first-ever Mystery Book Discussion.
Whether you are a long time super sleuth or a newbie gumshoe, we would love to see you via Zoom, Tuesday, June 30 at 4:00 p.m.
Join Mystery Book Discussion via Zoom



Wednesday, July 1
4:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.
How to Make the Best Smoothies


Learn tips + tricks for making delicious smoothies just in time for Summer!

Packed with nutrients, refreshing, and easy to make, smoothies instantly brighten any meal!

We will cover:  How to make a green smoothie that actually tastes good
What are superfoods and how do I use them?
And more!
At a time when building our immune systems and eating healthy is especially vital, Jessica will show you how to make smoothies that burst with goodness.  
Join How to Make Smoothies via Zoom

Conversations with
Interesting People


Stay tuned & check back with us for additions to our June & July schedule, including
the launch of our brand new series
Conversations with Interesting People  !

How To Zoom
Using your computer, tablet, or smartphone
with speakers or headphones:


1) At the start time of the meeting, click here to join the meeting.  You may be instructed to download the Zoom app, which takes only a minute or so. 

2) You have an opportunity to test your audio at this point by clicking on “Test Computer Audio.” Once you are satisfied that your audio works, click on “Join audio by computer.”
Click Here to Join the Library’s Programs on Zoom


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We’ve launched a brand new page on Instagram and would love new followers. 

Also, check out our website regularly for updates.  We update our website with events, programs, favorite links, and more, twice per week!

Jessica Clapp, Library Director
Christine Mix, Assistant Librarian
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Jessica Clapp and Christine Mix are only a message away if you need advice on what book to read next, what movie you might like, or finding interesting online
activities.  Visit our website and Facebook page for ideas and inspiration,
as we add new items weekly.  

For general information and help with groceries, childcare, transportation,
prepared food, running errands, and anything else, as well as how to help,
please contact us.
If we don’t know the answer, we will try to get it for you.  

Please call us at (802) 824- 4307 or send us an email anytime.
 
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“Cultivate the habit of being grateful for every good thing that comes to you, and to give thanks continuously.

And because all things have contributed to your advancement, you should include all things in your gratitude.”

  • Ralph Waldo Emerson