Five events not to miss in Southern Vermont, Jan. 18

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Women '20-'20: Green Mountain Academy for Lifelong Learning kicks off event series with "Women and Climate Change," a lecture by Edward Cameron, on Tuesday at Manchester Community Library, 138 Cemetery Ave. Reception at 5 p.m., lecture at 6 p.m. More: greenmtnacademy.org

Vermont Stories: Vermont author Dave Quesnel returns to Manchester Community Library at 11 a.m. Wednesday to discuss the history and heritage of the Green Mountain State and the man-made features that have helped to define it. 138 Cemetery Ave., Manchester Center. More: 802-362-2607 or mclvt.org.

Ladies First: Katie Martucci, Caroline Kuhn and Lucia Pontoniere, better known as The Ladies, bring their three-part harmony to The Stone Church with special guests Clayton Sabine & Aaron Chesley and Derek Sensale at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 23. Tickets $15 at stonechurchvt.com

'Framed' film series: Next Stage Arts Project presents Jay Craven's 2016 seaside drama "Peter and John" at 7 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 24, featuring questions and answers with director Jay Craven. Tickets $12 at nextstagearts.org and at the door. 15 Kimball Hill, Putney.

Northern Roots: Traditional Music Festival returns to Brattleboro the weekend of Jan. 25 to 26, showcasing northern musical traditions including Irish, Scottish, English and French Canadian. Tickets, more: 802-257-4523 or vbmcvt.org.

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