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Mary Ruefle: Erasures

Robert Frost Stone House Museum

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Mary Ruefle: Erasures brings together treated books, erasures, postcard collages and various three-dimensional objects by Vermont State Poet Laureate and visual artist Mary Ruefle in her first solo exhibition of her work.

Beyond Plastic Pollution Course

Beyond Plastic Pollution Course

Virtual Event

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Registration opens on May 17 for Beyond Plastic Pollution, an environmental policy course open to the public and taught by Judith Enck, president of Beyond Plastics and former regional EPA administrator.

Religion, Race and American Politics

CAPA Symposium

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC I The January 6 Project examines the historical, cultural, and political events that led to the attack with the goal of understanding its causes, in all its forms, in order to shed light and expose truths for an informed citizenry to act to prevent this type of assault on democracy.