Thursday December 6, 2012

Art auction, event benefit
Marlboro financial aid fund

BRATTLEBORO -- The Marlboro College Financial Aid Task Force cordially invites the public to help celebrate the release of a new CD of Marlboro students’ work on Saturday from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m., at the Robert H. Gibson River Garden. The event is free, and all proceeds will be used for financial aid at Marlboro College.

The evening will include live music by Marlboro musicians, a raffle and a silent art auction, featuring pieces from photography professor John Willis, art history professor Felicity Ratte and photographer Tobias Gelston. The silent auction will include diverse work from other Marlboro students, staff and faculty, such as a signed book from philosophy professor William Edelglass.

For more information, contact the Marlboro College Public Relations department at 802-251-7644 or

Holiday book sale aids Brooks Library

BRATTLEBORO -- The Brooks Memorial Library Friends Seventh Annual Holiday Book Sale is scheduled for Friday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

The sale features "like-new" books for everyone on your shopping list. All the books have been donated and are gently used. Most books selected for this sale are suitable for gift giving because they are in "like-new" condition. The library is still accepting book donations for this and future sales. Donations can be brought to the main circulation desk anytime the library is open.

Books unsold will remain on sale through Saturday, Dec. 21, during regular library hours.

The Friends of Brooks Memorial Library was organized in 1990 to support the library in providing the highest quality library service to the community by means of advocacy, public relations, and fund raising.

For information contact Brooks Memorial Library at 802-254-5290.


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