Adventurers Paul and Cynthia Stancioff present an engaging display of photos and dialogue recounting their recent voyage in the Quetico Provincial Park of Western Ontario. The presentation will reveal tips and techniques for provisioning a 10-12 day wilderness canoe trip including a display of their gear which they have refined during a number of trips to the region over a period of four decades. Now in their sixties, the Stancioffs maintain that travelling to Quetico is well worth the effort due to the quality and scale of the contiguous wilderness found there.
Chesterville Area poets are invited to read their poetry at the Chesterville Center Union Meeting House. All ages, all abilities, all welcome. Read your poems, or a poem you love, or just listen. Free and open to the public. Light refreshments available. The Meeting House is ADA accessible and handicap parking is available by the ramp.
The Dr. Shaw Memorial Library and Vienna Historical Society are co-sponsoring an author talk with local historian Dale Potter-Clark on Wednesday, November 16 at 6PM at the library, 344 Pond Rd., Mt. Vernon. Potter-Clark will discuss her new historical novel about the Underground Railroad, Escape from Bunker Hill, the story of a Maine couple who move to Florida to help slaves escape north. The book also follows 4 escapees as they head North and make their way through Maine.
Join Mrs. Claus for a holiday Storytime, followed by cookie decorating and ornament making. Wear your pajamas and enjoy hot chocolate. This is a free public family event, all are welcome!