Kids’ Fairy Gardens Session 1 – Monday, July 10th – 5 PM Session 2 – Monday, July 17th – 5 PM Create your own Fairy Garden! Container, plants, soil, fairies, and some fairy items included. Please feel free to bring items for your garden. Class size 12 for each session. Pre-registration required. Please call the…
We’ve got a grant for History Camp 2017! We’ll be doing Mesopotamia, ancient Africa, China, Greece, and the Incas of Peru this year – and making everything from treasure boxes to rainsticks, masks, and swords. History Camp will be held the week of July 24-28. Spaces are limited, so sign up soon! To register, contact…
The Board of Trustees will hold a special meeting at the Library on May 24th at 7:00pm. This special meeting will be dedicated solely to discussion of Library finances. This posting serves as official warning of said meeting as required by the Vermont Open Meeting Law.Read More
For years the front door of the Swanton Public Library has been locked. The 99-year-old edifice boasts four Corinthian columns one of which was, until earlier this month, filled with tens of thousands of honeybees. “If we opened that door we would have had a nightmare on our hands,” said Becky Rupp, chair of the…
One day isn’t enough for the Earth, so we’re making it happen all week long! There will be drop-in events every day with something new to do – whether it’s decorating a planeter pot, making some seed bombs or having fun with recycled crafts, get ready to get down and dirty with Earth Week!
Sometimes reading a story just isn’t enough – you need active participation. Reader’s Theatre brings your children’s favorite stories to life with themselves as the main characters. Perfect for any kid looking to build reading comprehension, fluency, or just to have a good time! Register at the Library!
Let’s get out the games and play! We have board games, card games, video games – we’re basically enthusiastic afficianados. Every week we’ll be showcasing a new game or way to play it, keep an eye out. (Also we play to win.)
Presented by Aaron Shepard of Northwest Solid Waste District and UVM Extension Master Composter. Learn hwo to turn your yard and food waste into compost. Thanks to a grant, attendees can purchase deeply discounted compost bins for $30! (Retail is $80-$100.) Kitchen food scrap containers ($5) will also be available for purchase. Cash or check only.
Class is free and open to the public. Questions? Contact Aaron Shepard at 524.5986 / firstname.lastname@example.org.
Got an idea for a class? We're always looking for passionate members of the community who are willing to share their knowledge with their friends and neighbors. Contact the librarian and let's work together!