Monday, February 15th

6:30-9:00pm

at the Knights of Columbus Hall 

 

Hardwick Community Visit Process

Step 2: Set Priorities

for the Future of Hardwick

 

Join your friends and neighbors to help shape the future of Hardwick! On January 20th, over 130 Hardwick residents came out to build a list of ideas, challenges, and opportunities at nine community forums.

 

Come out on February 15th from 6:30-9:00pm to:

  • Review Action Items
  • Discuss What’s Most Important
  • VOTE on Community Priorities
  • Line Up For Action!

 

Here is the event Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/events/1708610829423368/

 

February is Black History Month

 

Explore African-American history and culture,

view many artifacts and learn more at

Google's Cultural Institute.

 

https://www.google.com/culturalinstitute/u/0/project/black-history-and-culture

TIME CHANGE FOR STORY HOUR!

 

Story Hour for Ages 0 - 6

will be on the first Saturday

of each month at 10 am.

 

Stories, crafts, snacks, fun for all!

All are welcome!

Explore 672,186 items digitized from

The New York Public Library's collections.

http://digitalcollections.nypl.org/

This site is a living database with new materials added every day, featuring prints, photographs, maps, manuscripts, streaming video, and more.

Some of our kid patrons learning the beautiful art of creating Swedish Heart Baskets and Paper Stars! 

KIDS HAVING FUN WITH EMILY & SEBON

AT OUR DRUM WORKSHOP 11/21

New York Times Op Ed:


Reinventing the Library


"According to the Greek historian Diodorus Siculus, one of the ancient libraries he saw in Egypt carried above its entrance the words: 'Clinic of the Soul'.”


Summer Program:

Cartooning


Summer Pierre teaches story timers the ins and outs of cartooning!

Summer Program:

Rescue


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!

Summer Program:

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!

86 attendees enjoyed the Modern Times Theater — which is Rose Friedman and Justin Lander — doing part one of “The Odyssey of Mr. Punch” on June 26th. Parts two and three will be at Greensboro and Craftsbury libraries on the next two Fridays at 10 AM. 

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.