Film and discussion
Wednesday, August 30th 6pm to 8pm
If you thought you were dying, what would matter most?
Join a national dialogue taking place in your community concerning an inescapable reality of life: death. Gather with friends, neighbors, and peers to watch the FRONTLINE documentary Being Mortal, which explores what matters most to patients and families experiencing serious illness.
Facilitators: Zall S. Berry, MD, MPH, The University of Vermont Medical Center
Susan Shane, MD, OneCare Vermont
Wednesday April 26th 11am
The Minecraft Library Party is coming. Snacks, games, crafts, fun.
Saturday May 6th at 10am
Weave your own Garden Harvest Basket at the library. Alexa Rivera will be teaching us to weave these sturdy, useful baskets. The cost will be $55 per person and will take five hours to complete the weaving. Please call or email the library to reserve your spot. We will have a light snack available at the halfway point.
Saturday April 15th 10am
Mr. K from Exordium will help us decorate egg masterpieces! Decorate your egg using wax drippings and paint spatter to paper decoupage, dying, printing and surface etching. Please let us know if you plan to come so we can make sure we have enough eggs for everyone.
Wednesday March 29th @ 3pm AND 5:30pm
Join us for a movie event spectacular! Wear your best wizarding outfit and ready your wands. We’ll be showing Fantastic Beasts right after school and in the evening with a mini party in between. We’ll have snacks and you’ll get to make your own Fantastic Beast.
Vermont Author Talk Wednesday March 8th at 6pm
Join the South Hero Community Library as we welcome Vermont Author Mary Dingee Fillmore Author
of An Address in Amsterdam
Mary Dingee Fillmore has been a facilitator and speaker since 1982, and spent the last 13 years researching the Holocaust and Resistance in the Netherlands as an avocation. Living in Amsterdam on long visits inspired her to publish award-winning poems which confront what happened in one of the most beautiful and liberal cities in the world, as well as the October 2016 An Address in Amsterdam, an historical novel about a young Jewish woman who risks her life in the underground.
Saturday March 4th 2017 10am
- Easy-to-make, low-maintenance gardens that can last almost indefinitely with minimal water.
- All materials provided
- Totally free
- Space is limited – call, email, or stop by the library to sign up!