Sunday June 30 7pm
Going Up the Country with Yvonne Dailey
In the 1960s and ’70s, thousands of young people moved to the back woods, small towns and cities of rural Vermont, spawning a revolution that impacted the state’s politics, agriculture, education, and culture. While the movement brought hippies, organic farmers, and free thinkers to what was a conservative state, the newcomers were in turn influenced by longtime residents and their lessons in rural living.
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