This beautiful short film by local filmmaker Ben Silverfarb chronicles the decline and resilience of farming in Norwich, VT. Includes Jay & Debby Van Arman of Meeting House Farm, Norah Lake of Sweetland Farm, and Dave Yesman and Nancy LaRowe of Hogwash Farm. Produced for the Norwich Historic Preservation Commission and Norwich Historical Society. Filmed in 2015 (15mins)
The Howe Library presents this NH Humanities Council lecture from Dr. Herman Tavani, Professor Emeritus of Philosophy at Rivier Univ. and visiting Professor at Harvard, who starts by defining "converging" technologies to focus on ethical issues arising from ambient intelligence and IOT, the Internet of Things.
The Osher Institute for Lifelong Learning brings uspoetry byPhil Bush, Chip Green, Ginger Mason, Marjorie Ryerson, Anne Shivas, music by Jon Gailmor and Phil Bush, and theater by GEM (Girls Empowered, Motivated, Strengthened).
Grace Hope Hill, originally of Barbado who made her home in Hanover in 1968, is joined by former students and Martha Hennessey, remembering her mother, Jean Lande Hennessey, in this special retrospective of two pioneers who brought dance, movement and fitness to Upper Valley women. Presented by the Hanover Historical Society.
Sir Baby Girl performs "Heels"
at the Main Street Museum
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Sir Baby Girl heads off to Brooklyn and everyone tries to pretend like they're not crying. Performed July 28, 2018 (4 mins) 2.3K views