November, 2019 GivingTuesday Message from the Wilder Memorial Library Board of Trustees Dear Friends and neighbors, 2019 has been a busy year for the Library, and we have lots of projects on our plate for 2020. But our main mission continues to be the same –to provide the greater Weston Community with accessContinue reading “GivingTuesday Message”
July 20th 11 am. Free Christine Mix offers a Glow in the Dark Art class. Children will learn about, and create their own glow in the dark stories about the universe, featuring stars, moons, planets, aliens and anything from their imagination that glows. For children and families of all ages. *Children 6 yrs and under,Continue reading “A Universe of Stories – Artist Christine Mix (All ages*)”
July 6th 11 am. Free Musician Stephen Coronella plays guitar, flute, hammer dulcimer, and hand drums to sing songs and tell stories in this high-energy and interactive folk/rock children’s/family concert.
July 25 2018 10:00 am FREE Wilder Memorial Library Children’s Room “Uke Can Read, Uke Can Rock” Jake Geppert will present a history of the Ukulele and it’s journey into Rock and Roll. As a group, kids will write & play a short rock song of their own. Kids are encouraged to bring aContinue reading “Libraries Rock! – Musician Jake Geppert (All Ages)”
July 18 2018 10:00 am FREE Wilder Memorial Library Children’s Room Ashley offers movement programs that fuse literary topics with dance. She uses techniques such as tableau poetry, physical enactments of picture books, or self-choreographed dances to encourage kids’ deeper understanding of both books and dance. Programs emphasize participant involvement, inquiry, and community building. EngagingContinue reading “Libraries Rock! – Dance with Ashley Hensel-Browning (All ages)”
July 18 2:00 pm Weston Community Church on the Hill Vermonters have strong ideas about the importance of their mountain topography. Where did our pride in Vermont’s landscape come from, and why is it that we see our shared identity as rooted in the land? Evolving human ideas about the Vermont mountains form the baseContinue reading “The Hills of Home: Mountains and Identity in Vermont History”
July 11 11:00 am FREE Wilder Memorial Library Children’s Room A high energy and interactive folk/rock children’s/family concert with songs and stories performed on guitar, flutes, hammer dulcimer, marimbas, harmonica and more. Especially designed to shake, rattle, rock and roll libraries and inspire reading in the oral tradition of music and storytelling through the vanishingContinue reading “Libraries Rock! – Musician Stephen Coronella (All ages)”