Dorothy Canfield Fisher: A Vermonter for the World (Vermont Humanities Council)
Start Date : October 1, 2013
End Date : October 1, 2013
Time : 1:00 pm
Dorothy Canfield Fisher wrote often about Vermont, but she was a writer beyond our region who communicated to the world and to the human spirit. She celebrated the book as the surest tool for thought. In her forty books of fiction and nonfiction, she attacked discrimination, intolerance, brutality, and fraud. Her writing was vibrant and heartening with glorious aspects of living life with courage and joy. This living history presentation by Helene Lang showcases her life's works. Hosted by the Rutland County Retired Teachers. Rutland, American Legion Rutland Post 31, 33 Washington St, 1:00 pm. Martha St Onge, (802) 775-1642.