One World Library Project in Bristol, VT
The One-World Library Project is a “world library within a library” with a collection of books, films, and other media about world cultures. OWLP items are available for community members to check out at the Lawrence Memorial Library in Bristol. The One-World Library Project also hosts regular programs at the library on the various fascinating cultures that fill our planet. For more information about the One-World Library Project please call 453-4147 or go to http://http://oneworldlibraryproject.org/. The next program takes place one week from today.
Thursday, June 24, 2010
Behind the Camel of the Cook: On Foot and On Camel in The Sahara Desert
New Haven resident, yoga instructor and adventure traveler, Sansea Sparling, traveled to the Tasseli Region of the Sahara Desert in Southern Algeria, to live and trek with the Tuareg Nomads for a month. Come join us in learning more about Sansea’s adventures.
For more details click here.
7:00pm, Free, Lawrence Memorial Library. For a map to the library, click here.
The last book club meeting, on Tuesday the 8th, was held at The Brick House at Shelburne Farms. It is part of the Shelburne Museum and an incredible Colonial Revival home overlooking the lake. It was restored by Electra Havemeyer Webb and J. Watson Webb in the early 1900s. We had a tour of the home, a fabulous dinner in the formal dining room, and then a discussion of the book by Edith Wharton, “House of Mirth“. Here is Christine with her summer hat on!