Check out Sun Tai Chi Under the Dome every Friday from 12-12:30pm through January. This offering a basic intro to Tai Chi. More classes will be beginning 1/14 on Mon, Tue and Wed at 10 & 11am of varying levels. Please see the event calendar for more info.

1st Annual Lego Contest & Exhibit

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In partnership with the Boys & Girls Club or Vergennes we are excited to host a lego construction contest & exhibit.



Entries must consist primarily of LEGO, Duplo, Megablocks or other LEGO compatible plastic bricks and related pieces.
Entries must be original creations, not based on LEGO-designed kits or instructions found on-line in a magazine, etc.

Age Groups

Every ent…

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Masha is one of our "Ilk"

Even on the radio, Masha’s library connection comes through. Listen to her calling in to “A Way with Words” do discuss her families use of “ilk”.


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2018 - 2019 Dorothy's List

Dorothy’s List for 2018 – 2019
Abdul-Jabbar & Obstfeld– Becoming Kareem: Growing Up On And Off The Court
Applegate— Wishtree
Bartok– The Wonderling
Bowling– Insignificant Events In The Life Of A Cactus
Bunker– Felix Yz
Cartaya– The Epic Fail Of Arturo Zamora
Cheng– See You In The Cosmos
Dee– Halfway Normal
Emerson– Last Day On Mars
Glaser– The Vanderbeekers Of 141St Street
Gratz– Ban This Book
Gratz– Refugee
Harris– I’m Just No Good At Rhyming And Other Nonsense For Mischievous …

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January's Adult Collection Highlights

Reviews by the Adult Services Librarian – Laksamee Putnam

My Sister the Serial Killer by Oyinkan Braithwaite
Satire meets slasher in this short, darkly funny hand grenade of a novel about a Nigerian woman whose younger sister has a very inconvenient habit of killing her boyfriends.

An American Marriage by Tayari Jones
An Oprah Book Club selection. Newlyweds Celestial and Roy are the embodiment of both the American Dream and the New South. He is a young executive and she is an artist …

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January's New Arrivals to the Children's Section

Reviews by the Youth Services Librarian – Rachel Plant

Inkling by Kenneth Oppel
Ethan Rylance knows that being in a family with a parent who is a writer isn’t always wonderful: especially, if your dad has writer’s block.
One unproductive day the fresh ink in Mr. Rylance’s sketchbook does something amazing. It comes to life and escapes the sketchbook. Things start getting wonky for Ethan… but Ethan finds a friendship in Inkling that fills in plenty of the gaps in his life. Caution: There i…

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