The Champlain Valley Film Series presents the newest film from Iranian-born director Shirin Neshat, a “film within a film,” about the price that a woman has to pay if she dares to cross the lines of a conservative, male-dominated society. The director will be our special guest at the screening.
The Grange celebrates Pete Seeger’s Birthday Centennial with a concert by two fantastic musicians who carry on the tradition of music with a message. Stand Up & Sing!
Tonight’s lecture focuses on the stories of Black families in the pre-Civil War era who lived and farmed on the land in the North Country. Fourth lecture in our Landscapes, Real and Imagined series.