Thursday, June 13th, 2019
Main Dining Room
This interactive presentation will feature brief vignettes of figures from ages past in north-Central Vermont: Jacob Davis, Jr., Montpelier’s first permanent settler of European descent; Lorenzo Dow, an itinerant preacher from Connecticut; and the legendary so-called “Indian Joe”, the Abenaki tracker and guide after whom Joe’s Pond in Danville is named. By reflecting on these stories together, participants will be asked to draw from their own memories of people, places and events from their personal lives. Martin is a counselor whose focus is on healthy aging.