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Wednesday, June 12 from 5 to 7 pm
Join Carlie Krolick and other fellow fiber fans
for an evening to knit, talk knitting and future projects. Open to
knitters of all levels, bring a project to work on or not…we’ve got
needles and yarn for those who want to get started. Refreshments
Mark Your Calendars!
The Town Party will be held
Saturday, July 6 from 11 am to 2 pm on the Town Green.
Town Party Book Donations
Monday, June 17 to Wednesday, July 3
Do you have books that need a new home?
Donate the to the Friends of the Library Annual Book Sale!
Please read donation guidelines for
School Summer Reading: Quest For Freedom, Jip & Oliver
Twist Monday, June 17 to Friday, June 21
Morning Meeting: 10:30 am to 12:30 pm, Afternoon Meeting: 1:00 pm to
3:00 pm Our third year of
Classical Connections, a chance for incoming 7th and 8th
graders to further their knowledge of classic literature, fulfill
their summer reading assignment, and have fun…all at the same time!
This summer, we follow a British orphan on his quest for a family and
a Vermont orphan on his quest for freedom along the Underground
Railroad with field trips, art projects and writing sessions. Please
call the library to reserve your slot: 425-3864.
Philo State Park Open House
Monday, June 17, 6:30 to 8:30 pm
Charlotte Town Hall, 159 Ferry Road
The Vermont Agency of Natural Resources’ Rutland
District Stewardship Team is preparing the Long Range Management Plan
for Mt. Philo State Park. The open house format scoping meeting will
feature individual stations that display resource inventory findings
and maps. There will be an opportunity for unstructured interaction
with the stewardship team who are prepared to answer questions and
solicit comments about any aspect of Mt. Philo State Park.
Since there will be no formal presentation,
people can attend the open house at their convenience and leave when
they wish. For more information contact: Maria.firstname.lastname@example.org or
That's How the Story Goes: The Charlotte
250th Anniversary Premiere Part I:June 19 @ 1:00 pm
Charlotte Senior Center
Yvan Plouffe – From Canada to Charlotte
Lois McClure – Naming the Charlotte Library
Jay Vogler – A Charlotte Welcome
Nancy Sabin – The British Cannonballs and Romeo the Horse Delivers the
Beth Merritt – A Library for Charlotte
Nancy Wood - The Charlotte News
Bid and Helena Spear – Uncle Sam’s Creemee Stand and the Service
Mary Lighthall – The Birth of Around the Mountains
Susan Whalley Horsford – One-Room Schooling in Charlotte
Lydia and Jack Clemmons – Arriving and Participating in the Charlotte
Leo Roberts – The Thorp/Roberts Farm and Horsford Nursery
Wednesday, June 26 at 1:30 pm Get ready to dig into
summer reading by learn about the critters such as earthworms, toads
and turtles who live in the dirt. Vermont Institute of Natural
Science folk will teach us about the decomposers and omnivores of the
woodland floor as we investigate different techniques for survival in
a leafy world. Go
Summer Reading Program Calendar for a
full list of events.
New Audio Books
Hitting the road for summer travels? Take along some good listening
from this latest batch of audiobooks. Remember: you can renew online
wherever you are if you’ve got a library account!
Macro Worlds: Photos by Rich Steele
Charlotte native Rich Steele is a woodworker, metal worker, musician and
photographer, who grew up in a family with artistic parents and
siblings. With an interest in macro photography, Rich delves into the
small worlds around us that often go unnoticed. Combining his
photographic and woodworking arts, he presents images in frames that he
mills from Vermont hardwoods. On exhibit through June 30.
Sign up for a how-to lesson with our
tech librarian, Susanna Kahn, for a Kindle, Nook or iPad. Each half-hour
session will be tailored to meet your needs, from finding the start
button to downloading e-books through the library website. Please
call the library @ 425-3864 or
to sign up. Times available Monday-Wednesday.
ALL PROGRAMS ARE FREE
OF CHARGE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Margaret Woodruff, Library Director 115 Ferry Road, P.O. Box 120, Charlotte, VT 05445
Hours: Mon & Wed 10am - 7pm, Tue, Thu, Fri 10am - 4pm, Sat 10am - 2pm, Sat
in Summer 9am -1pm, Closed Sunday