Brown Bag Lunches: Series features digital photography, democracy and World AIDS Day

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BRATTLEBORO — All Brown Bag Lunch Series events 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.

Monday, Nov. 27 , there is no Brown Bag Lunch .

On Tuesday, Bill Steele, owner of Gorham Mountain Photography, will give tips on how to get the most from your camera and speak about the "Exposure Triangle." Bring your camera, manual, and questions.

On Wednesday, join the democracy forum to discuss restorative justice. Restorative Justice is a way of addressing harmful behavior without relying on punishment as the solution. With Mel Motel, Exec. Dir. of the Brattleboro Community Justice Center, and Mike Szostak, Restorative Justice Program Coordinator at Brattleboro Union High School.

On Thursday, there is no Brown Bag Lunch .

On Friday, Commemorate World AIDS Day . The AIDS Project of Southern Vermont invites all to join in a commemoration of World AIDS Day to honor those affected by HIV/AIDS and those who work to combat AIDS worldwide. The free event will include a 10-minute candlelight vigil, music, updates on HIV around the world as well as the viewing of a 15-minute film by local director Michelle Wood. "And Counting" is an experimental journey into a different type of cinematic experience as Quinn tells his story of loss, love, and celebration while living two decades longer than he ever imagined possible with HIV. Wood will be available to answer questions. Light refreshments will be served.


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