Mark your calendars–the Vermont Humanities Council’s free humanities lecture series is back!
This season’s First Wednesdays
lineup is especially diverse and exciting, with topics ranging from classical music to WWII to digital media, and award-winning speakers from the New York Times, Harvard, and other eminent institutions. Here’s an overview of this year’s talks, all of which take place at 7pm at the Norwich Congregational Church.
First Wednesdays is supported in part by the National Life Group Foundation and the Institute of Museum & Library Services through the Vermont Department of Libraries.
Program Underwriters: Crossroads Academy, Dartmouth College History Department, The Norwich Bookstore, Relatives of E.B. White, Smith & Vansant Architects PC, Stave Puzzles, University of Vermont Humanities Center
Library Underwriters: Friends of the Norwich Public Library, The Jack and Dorothy Byrne Foundation, Ledyard National Bank, Mascoma Savings Bank
, Norwich Historical Society