Talks


STOWE

Sunday Series at JCOGS

Oct. 7: noon. Politics of Cyberspace.

Oct. 14: 4 p.m. Prof. Mich Kabay, professor of computer information systems, Norwich University: Artificial Intelligence (AI). What are the current developments in AI research and development?

Free. JCOGS Center, 1189 Cape Cod Road. 253-1800, jcogs.org.


HYDE PARK

Lanpher Memorial Library

Sept. 5: 6 p.m. Mary Dingee Fillmore, “Remember & Resist: The Dutch Example.” Exploration of how people decided to resist the Nazis, what they did and what were the results. Author of the novel “An Address in Amsterdam.”

141 Main St. 888-3639, lanpherfriends@gmail.com.


MORRISVILLE

‘Composting Utopia’: 2018 Zendik Reunion Tour

Aug. 30: 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.

Author Helen Zuman, vocalist Kyra Gordon, dancer Avi Waring; collaborative exploration of the legacy of Zendik Farm. Age 12 and up. Suggested donation $10 to $20. Book and CDs for purchase.

River Arts, 74 Pleasant St. riverartsvt.org.

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