A lock-in event centered around video games for 6th-8th Graders, this Saturday from 2-5pm and for 9th-12th graders on Thursday, 7/18 from 7-10pm. A Nintendo Switch will be available to play on our projector screen! Pizza, snacks, and drinks provided! Games available to play: Mario Kart 8, Super Mario Party, Super Smash Brothers Ultimate, 1-2 Switch, Kirby Star Allies. Attendees are encouraged to bring their own handheld systems and games to play and share (attendees responsible for their own equipment). The library will also have board games! Preregistration and Bixby Parental Permission Form required for anyone under 16. Please sign up at the Bixby (802-877-2211) and hand in the permission form or email a copy to Laksamee Putnam, laksamee.putnam@
Check out this program for a full list of this summer’s events or keep any eye on the calendar. Want to sign up to participate? Come in to the Bixby to sign up in person, or fill out this online form to pre-register.
We are also running multiple raffles this summer, come try to win some fun prizes!
- Looking to enter the weekly book raffle? You must come in and enter physically in the Children’s Room. The books are for all ages pre-K – 12 and change every week!
- The Youth Summer Reading Raffle can be entered online or at boxes located in front of the Children’s Room. Potential prizes include a bike, a Kindle Fire, or a gift card to Lulus.
- The Passport to Libraries program is running this summer. Get a passport, stamp, and pin at the Bixby Circulation desk. Snap a photo and tag us on social media to enter to win a prize at the end of the summer!
- There is also an Adult Summer Book Raffle occurring. Must come into the Bixby to enter. Read a Science Fiction/Fantasy novel, write a review to share, and enter to win! Potential prizes include gift cards to Vermont Bookshop, Flying Pig Bookstore, and Amazon! Take a #shelfie (book selfie) and tag us to double your entry!
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Anyone age 4 – 8th grade can enter the books they read this summer into a drawing to win some amazing prizes. Prizes include a new bike from Earl’s Cyclery, Kindle Fire tablets, Gift Cards to Lulus. Enter as much as you like – you are only limited by the number of books you can read. You can also enter at the library. Drawing will be on Vergennes Day in the park on August 24th. We may use a picture of you if you win a prize at the drawing – please let us know that day if you prefer not to have y…
By Children’s Librarian Rachel Plant
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Winterhouse by Ben Guterson
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Reviews by the Adult Services Librarian – Laksamee Putnam
The Greatest Love Story Ever Told (Audiobook) by Megan Mullally and Nick Offerman
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The Island of Sea Women by Lisa See
This story introduces …