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The Vermont Council on World Affairs:

The VCWA brings programs on topics of global importance and hundreds of international visitors to the state of Vermont.

Our programs include bringing world-class speakers to our doorstep to talk about today's important issues, hosting discussion groups on U.S. foreign policy issues and bringing visitors to Vermont from around the globe to promote international understanding.

We bring the world to Vermont and Vermont to the world!

         

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Google Street View & LCRCC Announce the Lake Champlain Region Virtual Area Guide

The Lake Champlain Regional Chamber of Commerce officially partnered with the Google Street View "INDOORS"  team to bring the popular Google Maps "Street View" technology INSIDE your business establishment at half the cost of non-member businesses. Chamber member packages start at $199. You can't miss out on this important tourism, shop local, and Google Local marketing benefit, so sign your company up today!

 

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VCWA Upcoming Events

 

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Wednesday February 1st

VCWA Speaker Series: Rutland Free Library, 7pm. Vermont Humanities Council presents: The New Administration and the Middle East by Gordon Robison. For more information, click here.

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Wednesday March 1st

VCWA Speaker Series: Kellogg-Hubbard Library, Montpelier, 7pm. Vermont Humanities Council presents: The United States and NATO: Lead or Leave? by Stanley R. Sloan. For more information, click here.

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Wednesday May 3rd

VCWA speaker Series: St. Johnsbury Athenaeum, 7pm. Vermont Humanities Council presents: World War II: American Perceptions and Historical Realities by Mark Stoler. For more information, click here.