Vermont Almanac: Stories Told From & for The Land

When:

Sat Oct 2, 7 p.m.

Where:

Chandler's Main Stage &
Upper Gallery

Tickets:

Pay What You Can
(reserved seating)

*** Replay Available ***

Chandler hosts an evening of readings by ten of the many dozens of authors featured in the first volume of Vermont Almanac: Stories From & for The Land, accompanied by photographs from the book. Live music provided by the band Turnip Truck.

You can order a book or make a donation at https://vermontalmanac.org/order-donate/

An extensive farmers’ market with vendors, who will supply food, drink, and numerous artful items from across the state, will be held in several locations in Chandler prior to the events in the main hall, during Intermission, and afterward.

Turnip Truck is a five-piece acoustic-roots band that plays a mix of bluegrass, swing, gypsy jazz, old folk, and country music. The band’s members, who hail from Tunbridge, Royalton, and Corinth, include Andy Mueller (fiddle, mandolin, guitar), Peter O'Connor (mandolin), Rudy Ruddell (guitar, harmonica), Brian Carroll (double bass, guitar), and Dave Richard (guitar, bass).

Tickets for this event are "Pay What You Can" and seating will be reserved creating a socially distanced buffer around each order. Masks will be required by all patrons while in the building.

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Vermont Almanac: Stories Told From & for The Land