Josie Leavitt is an award-winning stand up comic and storyteller. Her monthly show at the Flynn Theatre, Stand Up, Sit Down and Laugh is the longest running show in Flynn history. Her stand up classes create a safe space for people to explore what makes them laugh, how to write it and then perform it. This workshop will include time for writing, editing and presenting. Please come prepared with a notebook and pen, and get ready to laugh.
Wednesday April 1st at 6pm
This program is free and open to all. Please call or email the library to reserve your spot.
Christine Henninger will be teaching dance every Thursday at 3:30pm. This class, which focuses on rhythmic movement, welcomes everyone who wants to dance. The class starts with a warm up and will take you through basic steps and combinations. Please come prepared to have fun!
“A team of federal investigators recovered a safety deposit box from the United Bank of Philadelphia that they believe belongs to Mr. G. McFly, the international spy master. We urgently need your help in accessing the box in order to stop McFly from fleeing the country tonight.”
A breakout box unlike ever before. Come for the mystery, stay for the challenge. Your mission, should you chose to accept it, is to crack codes, solve puzzles, and work as a team.
Thursday, the 23rd from 3:30 to 4:15pm. 5th grade and up, at the Worthen Library!
Join us for a showing of “Supressed: The Fight to Vote”.
Wednesday January 22nd at 6:30.
Brian Costello, Co-founder of Local Motion, will be joining us for a film viewing of “Vermont’s Island Line Revisited” and discussion about the history of the Island Line Railroad. We’ll experience Vermont’s famous “Island Line” through four drawbridges, three causeways, breathtaking scenery, fascinating interviews and colorful anecdotes. This documentary covers the final strike, abandonment, and rebirth of this route as a world-class recreational trail. Refreshments served.
Wednesday February 12th at 10 a.m.
Part of the Winter Wednesday Speaker Series Sponsored by CIDER, the South Hero Land Trust, and the Worthen Library