Brooks Memorial Library

Friends of Brooks Memorial Library

1st Wednesdays (Tues. this time)

April 30 @ 7pm ♦ Harold Holzer

Biographer Harold Holzer tells the story of one of the great sculptors of the 19th century—creator of the Lincoln Memorial, “The Minute Man” of Concord, Massachusetts, and the “Spirit of Life,” which was created for Brattleboro’s park, stolen, and recovered.

Underwriter: Crosby-Gannett Fund

1st Wednesdays: December

December 5 @ 7pm ♦ David Blight

Yale historian David Blight, author of a new biography of Frederick Douglass, tells Douglass’s story: an escaped slave who became one of the leading abolitionists, orators, and writers of his era.

Underwriter: Vermont Bar Association

November’s 1st Wed. talk postponed

November 7 @ 7pm

Due to unforeseen circumstances, November’s First Wednesdays talk has been postponed. Instead, the library will be offering a sampling of independent films from Kanopy, the library’s newest video streaming service.

 

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Our Mission

The mission of the Friends is to support the Brooks Library through advocacy, public relations, and fundraising in order to provide the highest quality library services to the community.

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Brattleboro, VT  05301