Just one last thing before the big party – we need to move the all the books! We will be moving books on the following days:
Sunday July 14th 9am to 2pm
Monday July 15th 9am to 2pm
Tuesday July 16th 9am to 2pm
Wednesday July 17th 9am to 6pm
Thursday July 18th 9am to 2pm
This is how it will work: meet at Folsom School 75 South Street at the old library. Get your assigned shelves. Put the books on your shelves into a box. Drive the box over to the Worthen Library 28 Community Lane (next to Wally’s Place and the health center) and put the books on their new shelf.
Everything will be color coded and well labeled and everyone will get a map with the shelf locations. Please call or email Keagan at email@example.com or 802.372.6209 with any questions.
The library will be closed Tuesday July 16th through Friday July 19th for the move.
Please RSVP to the library to reserve your spot.
Learn the art of flower arranging with Meg Wickenden and leave with your own bouquet. Free and open to all. Space is limited.
Friday, June 14th at 3pm
Did you know you can get eBooks and Audio books on your preferred device and read or listen anywhere? Want to learn how?
Don’t have an e-Reader? The library has a Kindle available to lend.
Wednesday, June 12th at 6:30pm
The Life We Bury – Book Review
Some authors have it and some do not. Allen Eskens is definitely one of the best authors out there. His book titled ‘The Life We Bury‘ touches our heart on so many levels.
A unique blend of realism and fiction. Allen Eskens touches on a number of sensitive topics including the valor of veterans. He uncovers the truth of the horrors that veterans faced in the wars that they fought. Another interesting thought that Allen Eskens brings to light is the fact that everyone deserves a second chance.
‘The Life We Bury’ is a beautiful tale of a young man connecting with veteran. It brings out emotions like love, trust and loyalty despite all the heinous crimes described. Allen Eskens offers an interesting take on the world as we see it. The book is a must read. It’s a story that will move you to tears and renew your faith in the human race.
– Serious Reads, 2018
Tuesday, June 11th at 3pm
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