First Wednesday: “From Politics to Poetry” with Madeleine Kunin

As the first woman governor for the State of Vermont and the holder of other prestigious positions, Madeleine Kunin has inspired women and girls to discover their own voices as leaders. Governor Kunin speaks about her life in politics and reads from her newest book of poetry, Red Kite, Blue Sky.

To order Gov. Kunin’s books: https://www.vermontbookshop.com/event/madeleine-kunin-digital-politics-poetry

Recorded 5/5/21.


Producer: Ilsley Public Library

Growing Bright Futures: Michele Gilbert

Host Cheryl Mitchell speaks with Michele Gilbert,  RiseVT Program Manager in Addison County. Growing Bright Futures is a joint production of Treleven, Building Bright Futures, Let’s Grow Kids, and Middlebury Community Television. Recorded 5/4/21. To learn more about Building Bright Futures: http://buildingbrightfutures.org/

Producer: Cheryl Mitchell & Darla Senecal

Sen. Patrick Leahy speaks at the dedication of the Robert Frost National Trail and Interpretive Site

Sen. Leahy speaks in the barn at Middlebury College’s Bread Loaf campus to dedicate the Robert Frost National Trail and Interpretive Site, part of the Moosalamoo National Recreation Area. John Sinclair, Forest Supervisor for the Green Mountain and Finger Lakes National Forests (USFS); Monica White, Commissioner of the VT Department of Disabilities, Aging and Independent Living (DAIL); and Angelo Lynn, Board President of the Moosalamoo Association, also speak. Recorded 5/4/21.
Producer: MCTV

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