June Events

**For the Month of June we’ll be accepting books in good condition for our book sale**

Thursday June 2nd 3:30pm: 
Bubble Art – We’ll be making art with bubbles and straws

Thursday June 9th 3:30pm: Paracord Bracelets – Amazing, powerful, colorful bracelets 

Tuesday June 14th 6pm: Trustees Meeting – Join us, it’s fun!

Wednesday June 15th 6:30pm: Gardening for Pollinators with Charlie Nardozzi – What should you plantto attract pollinators to your yard and garden?What do pollinators need for shelter, nesting sites, and habitat? Learn about all aspects of growing and maintaining a pollinator garden with Emmy award-winning, nationally recognized garden writer, speaker, radio and television personality Charlie Nardozzi.

Saturday June 18th 10am: Puppet Kabob & Summer Reading Kickoff! – Sarah from Puppetkabob will be helping us kick off summer reading by making puppets.

Wednesday June 22nd 2pm: 802 Reptiles – We’ll learn all about reptiles and get to see 6 live animals.
Wednesday June 22nd 6pm: Book Club – This month we’re reading “The Thursday Murder Club” by Richard Osman. Pick up your copy in the library today!

Thursday June 23rd 5pm: Let’s Go Fishing – Want to learn to fish? Want to improve your fishing skills? The Worthen is sponsoring Vermont Fish & Wildlife’s Lets Go Fishing clinic that will give you hands on experience and the confidence and skills to go fishing on your own. Location: Lower Lamoille River Access Area Class size is limited. Registration Required.

Friday June 24th 10am: Messy Morning – Fingerpainting! Jello! Shaving cream! We’ll be getting messy and having fun with all our best sensory play.

Saturday June 25th 10am: Rock Candy – Make your very own rock candy to take home with you!

Wednesday June 29th 10am: Tie Dye Party- We’re tie dying outside. Everyone will get a t-shirt or you can bring whites from home.

Wednesday June 29th 6:30pm: Michael Freed-Thall – Vermont’s own nationally-known author Michael Freed-Thall presents his latest book, Horodno Burning, a love letter to literature, freedom, and Jewish survival set in turbulent 19th century Russia.

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