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Join us on Friday Oct 25th for our Annual Corinth Historical Society
Business Meeting followed by a pot luck dinner and social time, then by
a Vermont Humanities Counsel Event that we are hosting.
The East Corinth Congregational Church.
645 Village Rd.
East Corinth VT.
Schedule of events:
Annual business meeting from 5:00 to 5:45PM.
Community Pot Luck Supper from 5:45 - 6:45PM.
Upstairs at 7:00PM come to enjoy Jim Cooke as he has created another
one-man performance based mainly on New England characters, including
"Calvin Coolidge: More Than Two Words".
"Cranky Yankees" is a chance to see Calvin Coolidge, Daniel Webster, and
John Quincy Adams joined by Ethan Allen, James Whitcomb Riley, Samuel
Sewall, Harriet Beecher Stowe and Joseph P. Kennedy , to name but a few.
While not exactly a "How to..." - this lecture/performance features
Jim's cranky process of giving actuality to the past.
This program is Hosted by the Corinth Historical Society through the
Vermont Humanities Counsel and is free to the public, and accessible to
people with disabilities.
Contact Connie Longo at 802-685-3812 for more information.
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