Posts filed under: The Charlotte Library

This year’s Friends of the Charlotte Library book sale will move to Sunday, July 10, with expanded hours. You’ll find our usual tent on the renovated Town Green with a...
Wednesday, June 1: Vermont Library Passport Program. First day to pick up your official Vermont Library Passport and discover the amazing libraries throughout the Green Mountain State....
THURSDAY, MAY 19, 7 p.m.: International Student Forum. The CVU community is fortunate to have had students join their ranks for over 25 years. This year Niels from Denmark, Frederik...
April is National Poetry Month! Stop in and share a haiku on our bonsai poem tree. Tags and pens available, poetry up to you!...
UPCOMING AT THE CHARLOTTE LIBRARY TUESDAYS: IT’S TIME FOR STORY TIME! March 8–April 14. Preschool Lunch Bunch, Tuesdays 12:15 to 1:15 p.m. Please bring a packed lunch. (For children ages 3...
UPCOMING AT THE CHARLOTTE LIBRARY Tuesdays: It’s time for story time! March 8–April 14. Preschool Lunch Bunch, Tuesdays 12:15 to 1:15 p.m. Please bring a packed lunch. (For children ages...
Quite a few upcoming events to attend right here in town!...
The connection that reading aloud creates between caregivers and children is as important as the readiness for school that reading aloud provides. The American Academy of Pediatrics “recommends that doctors...
Just in time for Library Lovers Month, the Friends of the Charlotte Library are selling “Book Lover” Valentine bags: Lake Champlain chocolates and cocoa mix, a festive mug, a...
Welcome to the library. No, it’s not just a place to grab a book and read for an hour. The Charlotte Library has grown into far more, offering a wealth...
Library valentine bags Just in time for Library Lovers Month, the Friends of the Charlotte Library are selling “Book Lover” Valentine bags....
While we can’t furnish everyone with 100 books permanently, we hope that you’ll take this news as motivation to fill your library bags with books when you visit us. ...
Books and other library resources should be provided for the interest, information, and enlightenment of all people of the community the library serves....
It is this knowledge that leads the community. This is where Lankes gets into the importance of learning and educating collectively....
November is a month for literacy. Whether this is due to (usually) gray days when we just want to curl up and read a book or some larger purpose, a...
By Margaret Woodruff | Contributor Juggling: Whether this word conjures up circus acts with spinning plates and pointed swords or daily sprints from one event and meeting to another, juggling implies...
For an institution with a reputation for stodginess and cranky, cardigan-wearing shushers as staff, “the library” gets a lot of play in the media. ...
Wednesdays, October 14 to November 18, 3:15–4:15 p.m. Tinker Belles Afterschool Program. See how women are putting S.T.E.A.M. into action on the job. Each week a guest mentor will lead...
Banned Books Week (Sept. 27–Oct. 3) “Libraries should challenge censorship in the fulfillment of their responsibility to provide information and enlightenment.” —Article 3, Library Bill of Rights ...
New library registration for juveniles: In keeping with recommendations from the Vermont Department of Libraries, the Charlotte Library will issue special juvenile library cards for new patrons 15 and under,...