Just in time for International Talk Like a Pirate Day, come see award winning musician Rockin’ Ron the Friendly Pirate perform a concert for the young and the young at heart! The singer describes his style as “Sesame Street meets Monty Python” and has released three albums for children, most recently “The Flying Pirate Circus”. All are welcome! Free admission.
Joe Citro, Vermont author and folklorist, has extensively researched and documented the folklore, hauntings, ghost stories, paranormal activity, and occult happenings of New England. He has published numerous novels and works of nonfiction. His latest work is the Vermont Monster Guide. Mr. Citro will share from his novels, oddity collections, and public radio commentaries, providing connecting anecdotes about the material and the collection process. Copies of his books will be for sale.
Ashley Hensel-Browning uses techniques such as tableau poetry, physical enactments of picture books, or self-choreographed dances to encourage kids’ deeper understanding of both books and dance. Engaging music, warm-ups, and movement games round out the program for a fun and joyful experience for everyone involved. All Preschoolers (3-5 year olds) and their caregivers are welcome!
Come join Thetford’s own published poet Elisabeth Horan who will be reading from and signing copies of her new book “Pensacola Girls”, November 28th at 7pm at the Peabody Library in Post Mills.
This book bravely addresses #metoo sexual physical and emotional abuse, domestic violence, and ultimately sisterhood and survivorship. This gathering will provide a safe space to connect, support and share love with other women.
Join us as local author Dean Whitlock reads from his latest book. Fireboy is the third book in the Carver’s World series for young (and not so young) adults. Dean will also talk about how the three books came to be, including his three-week, 370-mile canoe trip down the Connecticut River from Canada to Long Island Sound, which inspired the fantasy world where the adventures take place.
“A fun, adventurous story set in a fantasy world similar enough to our own that the themes and characters feel naturally authentic. The plot itself is varied and far from predictable . . .” –Christopher D., Goodreads
“Fireboy is a fine fantasy read for teens and has enough heart to charm adults . . . It is easy and wonderful to be drawn into Fireboy’s world, and well worth the trip.” –Marc L., Amazon
Signed copies will be available for purchase.