Who, What, Where and When
Day 1
Friday, June 23, 2023

Good Naked: Wit, Wisdom, and a Writing Workshop

Friday, June 23, 2023 5:00pm | Soulfully Good Cafe Cost: $30 | To Register Click Here Writer’s Center of White River Junction founder and author Joni Cole helps both aspiring and published writers tap into a greater understanding of self and story in this mini masterclass on narrative craft. Register for this workshop and others–or for the entire festival–by clicking...
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Joni B. Cole
Day 2
Saturday, June 24, 2023

Cartoonist Session with Annabel Driussi

Saturday, June 24 12:30pm  |  Woodstock History Center No Fee, but please Register! | To Register Click Here Join cartoonist and illustrator Annabel Driussi as she teaches the art of comics, sponsored by The Center for Cartoon Studies where she is currently earning her master’s degree in comics. Great for artists of all stages and ages. And free to all...
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Annabel Driussi

Joseph Ellis on The American Founding with Vic Henningsen

Saturday, June 24 2:00pm   |  Town Hall Theater National Book Award- and Pulitzer Prize-winning historian Joseph Ellis discusses with Osher teacher Vic Henningsen his latest book, The Cause, an epic account of the origins and clashing ideologies of America’s revolutionary era, as well as his lifetime of work around our nation’s founding.
Joseph J. Ellis
Vic Henningsen

Healing through Song with Singer/Songwriter KeruBo

Saturday, June 24 5:00pm  |  Town Hall Theater Music to Life Co-Founder Liz Stookey Sunde talks to Afro-Jazz Artist KeruBo who will perform from her latest album Hali Ya Utu and speak to the human need to reconnect to what “utu” or brotherhood means.
Liz Stookey Sunde