Closed on Monday for the holiday, but open as usual on Tuesday at 10 with storytime at the Wilder Library. Open Tuesday 2-7 at the Quechee Library. Storytime at Quechee at 10 on Wednesday. Get your VT Reads Shackleton books and join us for a photography discussion Thursday, 4:30 . Sing and Swing music for children at 10 on Friday with Jo Brambles. The libraries are brimming with books and dvds so stop in. Enjoy the week, regardless of the weather if need be.
Whether at the Quechee Library or the reading room in the historic Wilder Clubhouse, patrons will find a coordinated library service. As new members of VOKAL, we invite you to enjoy browsing the larger catalogs and to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to request loans or with questions about QWLibraries OnLine resources. Find us as well in White River Jct. through the Upper Valley Co-op and the Bugbee Senior Center.
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Join us this winter for a series of multi-generational programs about the legendary Antarctic Expedition…and about winter camping today, dog sledding, winter photography , and, of course ,for book discussions on The Endurance and Shipwreck at the Bottom of the World. Copies of these titles, to be read statewide for Vermont Reads 2016, just arrived to borrow—or to keep. We are delighted to again be part of this Vermont Humanities Council tradition. The series begins with a winter photography session at Quechee with Dave Izzo and Lisa Lacasse on Thursday, Feb. 18 at 4:30 p.m., kids’ “winter camping” program at Wilder on Thursday, Feb. 25,,at 3 p.m. and kids’ “Snacking with Shackleton” at Quechee on Thursday, March 24 at 1 p.m. Watch here or email for more dates and details.
On April 18 at 4 p.m., the Wilder Club and Library will host Shipwreck author Jennifer Armstrong in a joint program with Norwich Public Library. Brought here by the Vermont Humanities Council, the author will speak about her book and research in a program for people of every generation in awe of this expedition.
Children are invited to a new Friday program at the Quechee Library . On Feb. 12 the books will be tales, true and tall, about Abe Lincoln with a craft to follow. On Feb. 19, early educator Jo Brambles will be here for “Sing and Swing: Music for the little music makers” . This will be an interactive program with rhythm and movement activities.
“Sing and Swing: Music for the little music makers” at the Wilder Club and Library, 78 Norwich Ave. Early educator Jo Brambles provides an interactive program for pre-schoolers with rhythm and movement activities. Tuesday, March 8 at 10 a.m.
Needleworkers get together Tuesday evenings at both the Quechee and Wilder Libraries to talk and share interests, skills and advice. The Wilder group meets from 5 p.m. until 9 and welcomes new participants at every level. The Quechee gathering beings at 6:30 and closes about 8. Email email@example.com for more information….including about some special related programs.
New this year: we are delighted to say young knitters will be meeting too. First date for the Young Knitters Club is Thursday, Feb. 4 at 6 p.m.
Nick Clemens facilitates a monthly sci fi book series. Next date is Monday, Feb.29 at 6 pm at the Quechee Library. The book will be the Ray Bradbury classic, Something Wicked this Way Comes. Join for a lively discussion – copies are available for borrowing and new participants are always welcome!
Meeting the first Monday of the month, this group discusses selected authors of the genre. Please join us on March 7 when readers meet to discuss murder set in the 12th Century. Borrow from the many titles on display and join the conversation!
The Quechee Library Trustees next meet Monday, Feb. 8 at 5 p.m. The board meets on the second Monday of each month at this time. The Wilder Board of Trustees next meet Wednesday, Feb. 3 at 6 p.m. They meet on the first Wednesday of each month at this time. The Friends next meeting is Wednesday, Feb. 10 at 2 p.m. at Quechee Library.
What: The OneCard is a project of Upper Valley Vermont libraries to allow patrons to use their home library card to borrow materials directly from any participating library. Patrons receive the card according to home library requirements but are subject to borrowing regulations of loaning libraries. Where: Participating libraries are: Quechee, Wilder, Hartford, Hartland, Norwich, Fairlee, Bradford, Corinth, Chelsea, Windsor and Ascutney. Who: Adult patrons (17 and over) of Quechee and Wilder Libraries with a minimum 3 month borrowing history in good standing. How: Stop in at Q/W libraries to get the OneCard sticker for your library card. Show your library card at any of the participating libraries to check out materials from that library. Each library has its own policies about borrowing so make sure to ask before you check out. Continue to request interlibrary loan from the Q/W libraries and place your holds through us.
Generally meeting on the first Friday of the month, at 12:45 p.m., join a book discussion group led by librarian Marieke Sperry. We next meet February 5th to discuss the God of Small Things, by Arundhati Roy. A winner of the Booker Prize – this pick should be a great discussion. Let the Bugbee Center staff or either library know if you would like a copy of the current selection delivered to the Center. All are welcome!
Two additional public libraries in the Town of Hartford are located in the villages of Hartford and West Hartford on Route 14. All Hartford Libraries are now part of VOKAL, a consortium of 50 Vermont Libraries with a shared catalog and circulation system. Hartford residents can visit any of their town's libraries, use online resources and borrow items. To place holds on a library other than the home library, contact a librarian. Public computers and wireless access are available. For more information, stop in, call or email.