David with his dad, John Coburn, getting his 1st library card. Remember at 8 years old your child can get their own library card. Start a passion for reading and learning today.
Friday, Feb 16 from 1-2pm
Local Boy Scout Troop 539 will be guest readers for a special afternoon story hour.
Join them as they earn their reading badges….
Sign up in the Lobby or by contacting Rachel Plant at 802-877-2211 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
As you may have noticed, we are working on a renovation project. It will provide a new variety of seating in the Community Room, which is being designed as a “living room” with comfortable seating for conversation, study tables and more space for computers.
The room will be recarpeted, new electrical outlets added, the walls freshly painted, and the book shelves removed to make more room for the new seating. A new circulation desk will be located under the dome and coffee will be available.
One Trick Pony by Nathan Hale
Did I mention electricity eating aliens? “Strata and her family are part of a caravan of digital rescuers, hoping to keep the memory of civilization alive by saving electronics wherever they can. Many humans have reverted to a pre-electrical age, and others have taken advantage of the invasion to become dangerous bandits and outlaws. When Strata and her brother are separated from the caravan, they must rely on a particularly beautiful and rare ro…
Dying by Cory Taylor
How rare and wondrous to read a book reflecting on life in the midst of death—but this is exactly what Cory Taylor delivers in this jewel of a book. I picked it up because I liked the cover and kept reading because it was insightful, tender, and full of self-reflection. Taylor was an Australian novelist and screenwriter who died in 2016, a few months after the book was published. She writes, “I’d like to be remembered by what I’ve written. As somebody once warned, if yo…
Thursdays, Beginning January 25th – 6-8PM
Keith Morrill of Little City Editing will be offering a writing revision workshop.
The dust of NaNoWriMo has settled and you have a finished manuscript. Or maybe you’ve had a manuscript moldering in a desk drawer for months. What’s next? Your great novel, telling memoir, or riveting biography probably needs work. Honestly, it definitely needs work. But revision can be daunting—there’s too much to fix, too many distractions, and too little motiv…