Events Calendar

Vermont Eats: The WPA Interviews of Italian-American Stoneworkers in Barre

Our spring cooking class series features traditional dishes from three immigrant communities found in Vermont. Week one: traditional fare from the Italian-American community of Barre.

Vermont Eats: Spring Cooking Classes

Have fun with food AND learn about local history in the comfort of your home kitchen. Our spring cooking class series features traditional dishes from three immigrant communities found in Vermont.

Virtual Roundtable: Reopening

As we head into a summer season still impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, when and how are we opening our museums or sites to the public? How do we approach in-person events and programs? Join a group discussion to share plans/current procedures, guidance, ongoing concerns, and fresh ideas for the months to come. 

Vermont Eats: Mt. Lebanon to Vermont

Our spring cooking class series features traditional dishes from three immigrant communities found in Vermont. Week two: recipes from George Haddad's memoir.

Vermont Eats: The Kitchens of Ohavi Zedek and the Jewish Community in Burlington

Our spring cooking class series features traditional dishes from three immigrant communities found in Vermont. Week three: recipes from Vermont's oldest Jewish congregation.

Podcast Driving Tours and History Comic Book Companions

In 2020, the Norwich Historical Society created a series of themed  "podcast driving tours," with companion comic books created by artist Emily Zea. In this workshop, you'll learn how a podcast driving…

History for Homeschoolers - Back to the Land

Explore how decisions to protect and preserve the landscape have affected Vermont. Also available as a virtual class.

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