Opportunities for Young People and Families

A visit with award-winning middle grade author Ann Braden! Tuesday, May 16th 6 PM at Mount Anthony Union Middle School.
Saturday Story Time, 11 AM. Stories, songs and rhymes, a light snack and an aftercrafter, each Saturday. Designed for pre-schoolers and their families. Specials: May 6th: Outdoor Storytime with the MFL Gardeners! Singing, Stories, Snack and Hands-in-dirt activity! May 20th: Merfolk Special with mermaid prize raffle and life-size Mer-Me craft!
Students 13+: Do you like audiobooks? Want to hear two free books per week?
Yes, it absolutely counts as reading, it’s relaxing, and you can multitask while listening. Want to try it? Scan the QR code or click on the link. Enjoy!
Summer Reading Program 2023 - All Together Now! Magic! pirates! whalemobile! Campfire! Live critters! Reading prizes and parties! Stay tuned for our June announcement and registration.

Opportunities for Adults and Teens

Puzzle exchange. Saturday, March 11th, 10:00 AM- 2:00 PM on the library's first floor. Mark your calendars: Puzzle exchanges are planned for the second Saturday of every month for at least the next few months: April 8th, May 13, June 10..
Resume Writing Workshop Friday, May 19th at 11:00 AM in the Laura Nowak Memorial Meeting Room. It may be warming up outside, but nothing’s cooler than professional development! The Vermont Department of Labor invites you to attend a series of career readiness workshops this summer. Join us to refresh your professional skills in resume writing, interviewing, and re-employment strategies. A Job Center Specialist will provide these workshops in a small group setting. Email or call 802.447.7121 to reserve your spot.
McCullough Library Book Club. Stop by the library for a copy of Bill McKibben's novel Radio Free Vermont: A Fable of Resistance Join your friends and neighbors for a discussion of this book at the library. There are two sessions to choose from: Monday, May 22nd at 11:00 AM or Monday, May 22nd at 6:00 PM. This book is also available through Libby, the library's ebook and digital audiobook service.
Cooking Club. Friday, May 26 at 6 PM on the Library's first floor. This month's challenge is: Rice dishes. Make your favorite rice dish to share. Bring along a copy of the Recipe. Sample what others have made and vote for your favorite Rice dish. The person who made the Dish with the most votes wins a $20 Powers market Gift certificate!
Weekly Events. Knitting Club: Tuesdays 12-4. Stop in to knit or crochet with friends & neighbors. Need yarn, knitting needles, or a crochet hook? We have plenty to share! Introduce YourSHELF: Thursdays 5-6. Share and receive book recommendations with other readers. Light refreshments available. Adult Coloring: Fridays 10- 6. Unwind with intricate coloring pages and high quality markers, gel pens, and pencils. Free events. All are welcome.
Need a place to meet, study, or work? The Laura Nowak Memorial Meeting Room is the perfect place for quiet work and small meetings. Located on the library's second floor, it features comfortable seating, moveable tables, natural light, and free access to high-speed WiFi. Individuals and groups of six or fewer who wish to reserve this space should call the library at 802.447.7121, or email, or stop by the adult services desk. When not reserved, the space is open to all. This space is not available when the library is closed.
New device in your life? Tech help drop-in hours: Tuesday - Friday, 3PM - 5PM.