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Holiday Schedule

Closed Veteran’s Day Fri November 11  
Thanksgiving: We will close Wed November 23 at 5pm  
and re-open Sat November 26 at 10am


Upcoming Events

Yarn-Wrapped Harvest Wreath Craft

Wednesday November 2, 5:30pm

This fun and easy craft will add a festive touch to your home. All materials will be provided, but feel free to supplement with your own.

Vermont Reads Community Book Discussion and Potluck Supper

Saturday November 5, 3pm

Pick up your free copy of the 2016 Vermont Reads selection, Caroline Alexander’s The Endurance: Shackelton’s Legendary Antarctic Expedition and join your neighbors for a discussion and potluck supper. Bring a dish to pass. As always, this event is free and open to all.

Toy Hacking

Saturday November 12, 10:30am – 12pm

Toy Hacking is a fun and playful way to learn how circuits work. Starting with used electronic toys, toy hackers carefully examine then safely take the toys apart to learn how they work. We’ll experiment with circuit bending and reverse engineering while we reinvent the toys with materials on hand. Suggested age range with adult supervision/assistance: ages 6-9; working independently: ages 9-14. Please RSVP by email (mcculloughyouthservices@gmail.com) phone (802-447-7121) or stop up in the children’s room to reserve your spot. This does not require you to come, but is encouraged!

Patreon, Etsy and GoFundMe: Crowdfunding Basics for People in the Arts

Wednesday November 16, 5:30pm

Learn more about these crowdfunding websites designed to help creative workers of all kinds find funding.

Library Scavenger Hunt for children

Beginning November 1st come on in and go on a scavenger hunt around the library. Find everything on the list while learning all about what the library has to offer! Completed scavenger hunts will be entered to win a gift certificate to Bennington Bookshop. The last day to be entered to win will be Wednesday, November 30th, the drawing will be Thursday, December 1st.

Thankful Tree

Give thanks in a new way this holiday season. We invite our patrons upstairs to the children’s room to share what they are most thankful for this year by adding a leaf to our tree which will be on display through the Thanksgiving holiday. A picture will also be put on our Facebook page for all to enjoy!

Open Book Discussion Series

Borrow a copy of Isabel Wilkerson’s The Warmth of Other Suns: The Epic Story of America’s Great Migration at the end of October and join your neighbors for a discussion led by historian and Vermont Humanities Council scholar Alan Berolsheimer on Friday, December 2nd at 11:30am. As always, this event is free and open to all.


Ongoing Programs

Book Review Round Table

Every Tuesday at 5:30pm

Have you read something amazing? Tell us all about it! Join your neighbors for a casual conversation over locally-sourced snacks and add titles to your Books-to-Read List.

Computer and Device Support

Thursdays from 2 – 4pm and by appointment

Need a little one-on-one help with the computer or your devices? Want to know more about how you can access tens of thousands of ebooks and e-audiobooks with your McCullough Library account? We can help!

Yarncrafting Club for Adults

Thursdays from 4 – 6pm

Bring your own knitting and crochet materials or help yourself to ours, including yarn from our free bin.

Lego Club

Every Friday from 3 – 6pm

A different theme each week! Show off your fabulous creation for an entire week in our display case! Check out the Lego Challenge Cards, see if you can create the task on each card.

Coloring for Adults

Every Friday from 1 – 6pm

Unwind with intricate coloring pages and high quality pens and colored pencils. All materials provided, but feel free to bring your own if you’d prefer.

Tales for Tots Story Time

Saturdays from 10:30 – 11am

Join this growing group for stories, songs, literacy-building activities and occasional crafts. All ages are welcome. No reservations necessary and family groups are encouraged to attend!

Friends of the Library Antique Quilt Raffle

A $10 ticket buys you a chance to win a gorgeous handmade antique quilt, which will be on display at the library. Only 350 tickets will be sold, and tickets can be purchased at the library. All proceeds directly fund library materials, programs and services.


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