CALENDAR LISTINGS FOR Wednesday, August
"Women's Suffrage: Moral Advancement or Politics as Usual?" (Online): The suffrage movement operated under two very different principles. Elizabeth Cady Stanton saw wome'’s suffrage as a right that had been unfairly denied to women, while Frederick Douglass saw women’s suffrage as a means to save the country’s soul. This presentation by Meg Mott considers both of these visions. Would women's participation in politics improve the moral character of the nation? Or would politics degrade women voters? Presented by Meg Mott. 7 p.m. "Democracy 20/20" on Wednesdays is part of Vermont Humanities Digital Channel Fall Conference 2020: online, Facebook, YouTube. Free (donations welcome for presenters). Online. Information: www.vermonthumanities.org/events/?tribe_paged=1&tribe_event_display=list&tribe_tags%5B%5D=509.
Estuary Magazine: Life of the Connecticut River (Livestream): Estuary is the first magazine dedicated to the life of the Connecticut River. Learn how this new magazine came to be, from conception to implementation. Hear from naturalist Wick Griswold about the creation of articles on recreation, ecology, history, people, and places. Offered by the Connecticut River Conservancy. 12 noon - 1 p.m. (Recording available by 8/20). Free. Zoom. Information: Register: www.ctriver.org/learn/livestream.
NEWFANE "What the Constitution Offers Us" (Series): Discussion about the 9th amendment (personal and collective freedoms) with Meg Mott, Prof. Emerita of Politics at Marlboro College. 7 - 8:3O p.m. Outdoors in a salon-style setting. (Rain date 8/20). Copies of the US constitution will be given out. All are welcome and attendees can bring their own chair or use those provided by the library. Continues 8/26. Free. Moore Free Library, 23 West St. Information: 802-365-7948; Click for more info on Web in new window.
GUILFORD Library Campout for Stuffies: Bring your stuffed animal to camp out at the library. They'll be spending the night under the canopy behind the library. They will meet Cathi who will help them settle in. 1 - 4 p.m. Free. Guilford Free Library, 4024 Guilford Center Rd. Information: 802-257-4603.
Yoga (online via Zoom): Offered by the Brattleboro Co-op, this is an all-levels yoga class taught by a rotating cast of teachers. 12 - 1 p.m. on Wednesdays. Open to the public during the pandemic. Zoom. Information: Meeting ID changes each week: www.brattleborofoodcoop.coop/calendar.
In-Sight Photography Hosts Lunch Time Artist Talks Series (via Zoom): Chat with Evan Lockhart (elockhartphotography.format.com). 12 noon (Continues 8/26 - chat with Lyntoria Newton). Keep an eye on Instagram@insightphotoVT in the coming days before each event - we'll feature the work of each artist. Questions about the events/submit questions for our artists, email Brittany Wilson at firstname.lastname@example.org. Zoom. Information: Virtual seats limited to 100 per artist - register at insightphotography.org/events.