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The Rutland Region Chamber of Commerce is excited to present the 2nd Annual Real Rutland Feud on February 23, 2019, 7pm at the Paramount Theatre. The Real Rutland Feud pits local businesses against each other in an effort to raise funds for the Real Rutland Regional Marketing Initiative.  Click here for tickets The Chamber is […]

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Book launch celebration for Impostor’s Lure at Phoenix Books

Book launch celebration for Impostor’s Lure at Phoenix Books

Join Phoenix Books Rutland to celebrate the launch of Carla Neggers‘ latest book:  Impostor’s Lure — an exhilarating page-turner full of clever twists that will keep readers guessing right to the stunning conclusion!

  

Carla Neggers is a New York Times bestselling author of more than sixty novels of contemporary romance and romantic suspense, including her popular Sharpe & Donovan and Swift River Valley series. A frequent traveler to Ireland, she lives with her family in Vermont.

 

The event will also include a whiskey tasting with WhistlePig Rye Whiskey. 

Full pours will be available for purchase during the event.  Light fare will be provided. 

 

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Saturday Story Time at Phoenix Books – Salamander Sky

Saturday Story Time at Phoenix Books – Salamander Sky

Join us for a story time with Katy Farber, author of Salamander SkySalamander Sky features a mother and daughter who go out on a rainy night to help the salamanders cross the road safely. Amphibians worldwide desperately need protection, and this book is a valuable tool for getting children engaged in conservation. Katy Farber is a professional development coordinator, author, and blogger from Vermont.

 

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Reeve Lindbergh: Book Talk on Two Lives

Reeve Lindbergh: Book Talk on Two Lives

Join Reeve Lindbergh for a discussion of her new book, Two Lives. Reeve Lindbergh, daughter of aviator-authors Charles A. and Anne Morrow Lindbergh, writes about the intersection of fame and privacy from her unique perspective—as the spokesperson for the arguably most famous family of the twentieth century.

In this book, Lindbergh reflects on her own “Two Lives,” navigating her role as the public face of her family while, at the same time, leading a very quiet existence in rural Vermont.

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