Community Live Events

Live In-Person Events and Zoom Events

for August , 2020!

Saturday, August 8
3:00 p.m.



A Spiritual Event on Zoom

Hosted by Pat Leyko Connelly and the Weston Community Church on the Hill 

“The Art of Pausing” and “Embracing the Current Moment” presented by author Judith Valente (pictured)

For more information, click here. 

To register:
Send an email to Pat Connelly, Program Director with Weston Community Church on the Hill

This special event takes place via Zoom

For questions and registration, please contact Pat at

Tuesday, August 11
4:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.

Moving Through COVID: Insight from Dr. Fauci Roundtable and Q&A

Please join us for this informative program, which will include: Highlights of the discussion led by Dr. Anthony Fauci and the DHMC medical team, which took place via zoom this week. This was an invitation-only roundtable discussion, which the Upper Valley Community Nurse Project nurses, including Regina, were invited to.
Featuring: Regina Downer, RN, MS (pictured) of My Community Nurse Project
Special guest Don Kollisch, MD
Program takes place on Zoom

About Don Kollisch, MD
Don is a family doctor whose experience includes practicing at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, the VA in White River Junction, and rural medicine, as well teaching medical students and residents. 

Don has worked closely with the Dartmouth Practice-Based Research Network since 1980.  Currently, Don conducts Telehealth for the VA clinic in Littleton, NH and serves on the Board of the Upper Valley Community Nursing Project.

Join Moving Through Covid Here

New Thought Vermont
August 2020

August offerings include: Guided Meditation with Peter Miller; Balance, Stability & Home Safety with Brian Finch; and More!
Go to the August Calendar for the full schedule and registration information

Please visit New Thought Vermont for information, contact information, and schedule of events for the month of August

Or send an e-mail to for more information

The Old Mill, Weston, Vt, Photo by C. Mix 2017

Conversations with
Interesting People

Stay tuned & check back with us for additions to our Summer & Fall schedule, including
the launch of our brand new series
Conversations with Interesting People  !

How To Zoom
Using your computer, tablet, or smartphone
with speakers or headphones:

1) At the start time of the meeting, click here to join the meeting.  You may be instructed to download the Zoom app, which takes only a minute or so. 

2) You have an opportunity to test your audio at this point by clicking on “Test Computer Audio.” Once you are satisfied that your audio works, click on “Join audio by computer.”
Click Here to Join the Library’s Programs on Zoom

Follow us on Social Media

Follow us on Facebook and Instagram for news, updates, programs, recommendations, tips & tricks, and more!  

We’ve launched a brand new page on Instagram and would love new followers. 

Also, check out our website regularly for updates.  We update our website with events, programs, favorite links, and more, twice per week!

Jessica Clapp, Library Director
Christine Mix, Assistant Librarian
Contact a Librarian
Jessica Clapp and Christine Mix are only a message away if you need advice on what book to read next, what movie you might like, or finding interesting online
activities.  Visit our website and Facebook page for ideas and inspiration,
as we add new items weekly.  

For general information and help with groceries, childcare, transportation,
prepared food, running errands, and anything else, as well as how to help,
please contact us.
If we don’t know the answer, we will try to get it for you.  

Please call us at (802) 824- 4307 or send us an email anytime.
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Where Creativity, Knowledge and People Come Together!


Photo by Mark Martins

“Cultivate the habit of being grateful for every good thing that comes to you, and to give thanks continuously.

And because all things have contributed to your advancement, you should include all things in your gratitude.”

  • Ralph Waldo Emerson
Greendale Brook, Weston, Vt., photo by C. Mix copyright 2017