|Thursday September 1st: The library will close at 4pm|
Monday September 5th: The library will be closed for Labor Day.
Wednesday September 7th 6pm: Planning Commission – Help refiine a vision for South Hero’s two village zoning districts: South Hero Village and Keeler Bay at a visioning workshop.
Monday September 12th 1pm: Crafternoon – Heidi’s weekly craft is now live and in person at the library! Each week Heidi will have a new craft and in person instruction.
Monday September 12th 4pm: Community Yoga with Tree House Yoga and Wellness – Join Thereza “Tree” Cononi for a free yoga class open to all!
Tuesday September 13th 6pm: Library Board of Trustees Meeting – Join us to give your input on library happenings.
Wednesday September 14th 6pm: Book Group – This month we’re reading “The River” by Peter Heller. Pick up your copy at the library today.
Saturday September 17th: Fairy Tale Festival – The Islands libraries will be in Killington, VT celebrating fairy tales of all kinds. Look for Keagan at the Island’s Star Wars booth!
Monday September 19th 1pm: Crafternoon – Heidi’s weekly craft is now live and in person at the library! Each week Heidi will have a new craft and in person instruction.
Wednesday September 21st 11am: Tech Class: Podcasts – How to podcasts work? What are some great podcasts? These are just a couple of questions we’ll answer in this free class. Bring in your device and leave chock full of wonderful listens.
Wednesday September 21st 6:30pm: The First Arsenal of Democracy: “High-Tech” in the Connecticut Valley, 1795-1900 – Long before FDR called America “the Arsenal of Democracy,” gunmakers of the Connecticut River Valley were figuring out how to produce rifles and pistols in large quantities, using complex new machinery. The “high-tech” workers of their day, these innovators developed the methods and tools that would ultimately lead to American military might, as well as to mass-production and the consumer culture that we know today
Thursday September 22nd 3:30pm: After School Squishy Circuits: Squishy Circuits uses conductive and insulating play dough to teach the basics of electrical circuits, a perfect blend of play and learning!
Saturday September 24th 11am to 4pm: Green Mountain Timekeepers – Antiques Roadshow for clocks! If you would just like to learn about your time pieces or have questions like who may have made the clock or what year it was made? Is it an American, English, French or German clock etc.? How often should it be wound or serviced? They are here to try and answer any questions you may have.
Monday September 26th 1pm: Crafternoon – Heidi’s weekly craft is now live and in person at the library! Each week Heidi will have a new craft and in person instruction.
Wednesday September 28th 11am: Tech Class: Ebooks and Audiobooks – Learn how to search for and download free ebooks and audiobooks through the library.
Thursday September 29th 3:30pm: After School STEM Hydraulic Elevator: Make your own wooden elevator powered by hydraulics!
Friday September 30th & Saturday October 1st: Drop your stuffy off at the Worthen Library Friday September 30th until 4pm at the library or with Ms. Mobley at Folsom. Then pick your stuffy up Saturday morning from 10am to 11am and watch a slide show of their adventures!
Join us for chess club every Monday 3:30 to 5pm. All ages and abilities welcome.
Tuesday at 10am – Outdoor Storytime!
Wednesday at 3:30pm – Move & Stretch
Thursday at 1pm – Mah Jongg