2018-01-10 / Rockingham

MSA, Historical Society host Fireside Chats

SAXTONS RIVER — Main Street Arts (MSA) and the Saxtons River Historical Society continue the Fireside Chats series at 5:30 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 14 in the dining room of the Saxtons River Inn with a talk on The Art of Timber Framing, with Jason Snell, owner of Old Timers Timber Frames in Saxtons River.

The series concludes on Jan. 21 with a topic close to home when Mike DeBonis, executive director of the Green Mountain Club, talks about James Taylor’s dream of founding a trail through Vermont for his Vermont Academy students.

Attendees are always invited to share their own experiences, photos, artifacts and stories related to the topic of the evening.

The series is offered at no charge, with donations accepted. Those attending are invited to bring their own memories and memorabilia to share in this informal setting.

The Inn’s dining room will be open for dinner after the presentation for further socializing. Reservation are appreciated by calling the Inn at (802) 869-2110. In case of inclement weather, cancellation information will be available by contacting Main Street Arts at (802) 869-2960.

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