Exactly what is the big deal about The Hunger Games? Find out at the panel discussion for both adults and teens. On Tuesday, Sept. 11, Bill Budde will present Arlington & the Revolutionary War. This fascinating presentation will present little known facts and history about Arlington and its role during the Revolutionary War. Later in the week, on Thursday, Sept. 13 at 3 p.m. , Vermont resident author, cooking instructor and entrepreneur Linda Furiya will read from Bento Box in the Heartland and How to Cook a Dragon. As part of this evening, Furiya will discuss the writing process as well as Asian foods in Vermont.
The week concludes with two days with Reeve Lindbergh. Lindbergh, the youngest of Charles and Anne Morrow Lindbergh's children, is a resident Vermonter, will appear at the library on both Friday, Sept. 14, and Saturday, Sept. 15. On Friday, Lindbergh will discuss the sixth and final edition of her mother's letters and diaries, Against Wind and Tide. The following afternoon, on Saturday, Lindbergh will be reading from her latest children's book Homer, the Library Cat.
Events continue every week throughout September and range from author appearances, technology and social media workshops, and film presentations including a screening of the documentary film The Making of The Hunger Games on Monday, Sept. 24. All events are free to the public, but some require
Additional information is also available online at www.marthacanfieldlibrary.org.