Exciting plans are in the works for 2021 programming for adults and kids. Building on the great success of our Racial Justice Forum, we’re bringing you a series of presentations, discussions and activities on topics including hunting and land stewardship, Abenaki traditional land use, women in land conservation and geo-caching for kids at historic sites around town to help teach about our history.
You can be part of making these virtual and socially distanced programs a success by making a donation today, Giving Tuesday. Your gift will help cover the cost of an extended Zoom license similar to the platform used during the Racial Justice forum that was attended by over 400 people. (click here to view the recording.) Your support will also help us spread the word to reach even more people. And, of course, we hope to add vital resources to our collection, especially on Abenaki heritage and land use.
As the pandemic continues, the ability to adapt will be key in bringing relevant programming to you in the safety of your home. Please make your gift today to make these presentations possible.
Thank you from all of your neighbors who rely on our public library for entertainment, education, and community gatherings. And on we go!
PS. Don’t forget to take advantage of the one-time tax benefits in 2020. Click here for more information