BIG, BIG BOOK SALE!
August 22 - Saturday
10 am to 4 pm
Music and Food!
Get your hands on some of the many donated books the Library has received this summer at low prices!
Enjoy the music of the contra dance band
Tree Frog Trio
from 11 AM to 1 PM.
Food and drink for sale, too!
All proceeds go to benefit the
Explore Vermont's libraries with
The Vermont Library Association's
Passport to Vermont Libraries
June 1 - September 1
Get your passport at the Jeudevine!
Ninety-nine Vermont public and academic libraries will be handing out passports and encouraging patrons to visit some of Vermont's unique, beautiful and creative libraries, including:
- The Alice M. Ward Memorial Library in Canaan (northern-most stagecoach stop on a route from Franklin, NH to Montreal, Canada)
The Brookfield Free Public Library (oldest continually operating library in
The Windsor Public Library (with its active seed lending library)
"One of my favorite things about Vermont is the huge number of different libraries all over the state. Nearly very town has a cool library somewhere in it" says VLA president and second generation librarian Virgil Fuller, director of Chelsea Public Library. "We want to share our love of libraries with all Vermonters."
Local libraries will offer passport stamps and small prizes. Three patrons statewide (adult, young adult &child) will receive Vermont Library Ambassador awards for visiting the most libraries and a copy of the classic book on Vermont's libraries Where the Books Are (a book about the history and architecture of Vermont's public libraries by Pat Belding).
Patrons are encouraged to post pictures and stories on the VLAs Facebook page http://facebook.com/vermontpassport.
More details about the program are available at http://vermontlibraries.org/passport.
For more information, stop by or call us at 472-5948.
A great program and story time every week this summer is waiting for you, plus First Friday Family Friendly Film Series!
Call 472-5948 or stop by the Library to sign up now!
Summer Pierre teaches story timers the ins and outs of cartooning!
Tyler Molleur from the Hardwick Rescue Squad explains his job to story timers!
Summer Program: Police!
Hardwick Police Department Officer ChrisTetreault shared cool stuff about our police department, the jobs they do, and their equipment at story time. Kids and parents explored the cop car and Kathleen Sampson got cuffed! She got out herself!
Make Junk Instruments!
Kids and parents learning from Justin Lander of Modern Times Theater how to make musical instruments out of junk! Sitting on our new rug in the children's section.
Summer Program: FIre!
Story time with the Hardwick Fire Department. Roger Waible shows off the fire truck to kids and parents. What fun!
The Jeudevine Library Float won second place in the 2015 Spring Festival parade. Thanks to the Friends of the Jeudevine!
SUMMER READING SUPERHEROES
enjoy props made by the Hazen students
of art teacher James Lockhart!
Books for Free at Three Local Community Resources
The Jeudevine Memorial Library is stocking a bookshelf in the Health Center, Dental Clinic and Food Pantry in Hardwick. Library Trustee Dave Gross keeps the shelves full with books for children and adults free for the taking by community members who are using these services.