On Friday, May 29th at 6pm, local author and teacher Lauren Alderfer discusses her new book, Teaching from the Heart of Mindfulness. Teaching from the Heart of Mindfulness approaches life as a laboratory for practicing mindfulness as a way of being – from the heart, in presence and as a teacher. When this is magnified […]
Local Forester and Author Lynn Levine discusses her new book for children, Is It Time, Yet? at 2pm on Sunday, April 19th. The story is about Spot, a salamander who journeys to a vernal pool to find a mate. Along the way Spot meets with Leo the Wood Frog and another salamander, Blue Spot. There’s […]
Yes, we are of course still here. Event season is starting up, so I’ll be posting here a little more often, but for more immediately, almost daily posting, come visit us on facebook and twitter (when I remember we have a twitter account, of course). In the meantime, enjoy spring.
Next Thursday, December 11th, we’re throwing a 30th Anniversary party! Can you believe we’ve been causing trouble for so long?! We’re also throwing a raffle with all proceeds going to the Overflow Shelter. Prices are $2 for 1 ticket or $4 for 5 tickets. Check out our totally *awesome* prizes: 1st – a night at […]
Brian Adams, Professor of Environmental Science at Greenfield Community College discusses his brand new novel, Love in the Time of Climate Change at 6pm on Friday, November 21. Meet Casey, a community college professor with OCD (Obsessive Climate Disorder). While navigating the zaniness of teaching he leads a rag-tag bunch of climate activists, lusts after […]
Journalist G.Michael Dobbs discusses his new book, ‘Fifteen Minutes With: Forty Years of Interviews’ this coming Friday, November 14th at 6pm! The books explores some of the many subjects Dobbs has interviewed, from Weird Al Jankovic to Vincent Price, Lillian Gish to Tracy Morgan. Dobbs is also an authority on Animation and and taught courses […]