Brown Bag Lunches: Learn about Baha'i and talk about Brooklyn

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BRATTLEBORO — All Brown Bag Lunches take place from noon to 1 p.m. at the Robert H Gibson River Garden, 157 Main St., and are free and open to the public.

On Monday, Sept. 25, learn about Baha'i. If you missed this event on Sept. 22, come on Monday. If you've never heard of Baha'i, you might want to find out, since it will be around for a long time. Or you have an inkling of it, but want to know more. With Lisa Blake.

This event will also take place on Sept. 27 and 28.

On Tuesday, Sam Frank, award-winning Cheese Affineur from Crown Finish Caves in Brooklyn, N.Y., will discuss heritage breed cattle and their use in the cheese-making industry.

Friday, Sept. 29, join Kelly Murray for a discussion moving from the boroughs, to Brattleboro and Beyond. Former Brooklynites (actually anyone from any of the five boroughs), Murray is soliciting essays for a book based on your experience.

Share anecdotes and essays about life in Brooklyn, why you left, and why you chose to live in Brattleboro.

The book is in the early stages of development. Refreshments provided.

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