Live In-Person and Zoom Events
|Thank you to all of the families who visited our First-Ever Storytime Stroll! featuring Big Pumpkin — written by Erica Silverman, and illustrated S.D. Schindler and our first ever Trick-or-Treat at the Library for Halloween this year!! We had a great turn out and am looking forward to Next Year’s Halloween already!|
|Stay tuned for more Story Walks and other activities coming up in Winter / Spring 2020 & 2021!|
Winter is just around the corner! We are developing more on – line programing and socially distanced community holiday projects for the upcoming Winter Holiday Season – stay tuned!
| 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.”
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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!
|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.
“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