It is appropriate that Dr. Lindsay present this symbolic award to Liz Cady — they share the honor of being attacked unfairly for exercising critical thought against totalitarian domination.
Friday’s events include a lunch and panel discussion in Williston, and also a dinner with the speakers Friday, May 13 at Capitol Plaza in Montpelier. Additional panel discussions and speeches will take place Saturday, May 14 at Ignite Church in Williston.
The Chittenden County Republican Committee is sponsoring a Republican Congressional Candidate Forum at the Milton Grange on Saturday, May 14 at 8:30 am. The forum will feature U.S. Senate candidates Gerald Malloy and Christina Nolan, and U.S. House candidates Ericka Redic and Anya Tynio.
Can Vermont afford the plans put forward by our legislators? What excessive costs will the green agenda rain down on Vermont inhabitants? EAI board member Rob Roper will answer those questions and more Friday during a public speaking event at the Manchester Community Library.
On Jan. 14-15, 2022, Vermont will welcome a team of doctors speaking on COVID issues — mandates, vaccines for children, early treatment and prevention. Tickets on sale now.
This Saturday, Nov. 13, we are hosting a “Let’s Go Brandon” Rally in Central Park in Brandon. We are having hats, T-shirts and bumper stickers designed and printed as locally as possible as our first step to make a small contribution to the local economy.
A growing number of Vermonters opposed to vax and mask mandates and Critical Race Theory will peaceably assemble Saturday Oct. 16 and Saturday Oct. 23.
On Tuesday, October 19th, former White House Press Secretary Ari Fleischer will join the Vermont Republican Party at our annual Lincoln-Reagan Dinner.
The Ethan Allen Institute is excited to announce that Amity Shlaes will speak on “Jefferson and Coolidge” at our 28th annual Jefferson Day Celebration on Saturday evening, Oct. 2 at the President Calvin Coolidge State Historic Site in Plymouth Notch, Vermont.
Professor Meg Mott with Vermont Humanities Council will give her presentation “Do We Still Need an Armed Citizenry?” at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 21 at Springfield Town Hall (3rd floor). The event is being sponsored by the town of Springfield.
On July 30 at 6:30 p.m., four speakers will take to the stage at the Whetstone Church in Brattleboro for a two-hour discussion on critical race theory/equity teachings in schools.
On July 16 at 6:30 p.m., five speakers will take to the stage at the St. Albans City Auditorium in downtown St. Albans for a two-hour discussion on critical race theory/equity teachings in schools.