Join Village Square Booksellers in Bellows Falls on Saturday, April 3 from 2-4 p.m. in welcoming Dublin, NH author Walt Schnabel who will be signing his new mystery.
Set in New Hampshire, the book features Brian Barrett, a man intent on saving his marriage and escaping his romance with the bottle. When Brian intervenes in an altercation, he realizes that the quaint town of Barlow has it's own secrets - some worth killing to keep.
Call 463-9404 for book and event reservations or check out the book at www.villagesquarebooks.com/event/waltschnabel-blood-club-43-2pm.
African-American Experience in Vermont
On Tuesday, April 6 at 2 p.m. at the Nolin Murray Center next to St. Mary's Catholic Church on Pleasant Street in Springfield, Cyndy Bittinger will present the next Osher Lifelong Learning program titled, "The African American Experience in Vermont: Reaching for Equal Citizenship."
She will share many "firsts" for African Americans which occurred in Vermont.
Alexander Twilight was the first African American to earn a bachelor's degree at an American college and was the first African American to be elected to public office as a state legislator.
She will tell of Lucy and Abijah Prince of Guilford. Lucy is acknowledged as the author of the first poem by an African American woman in the late 1700s.