Thank you to all who helped to make 2022 one of the best years at the Charlotte Library.
Looking for a heartfelt gift with a local touch?
Are you a knitter, crocheter or just like to shop? The Mitten Tree is up at the Charlotte Library and waiting to be decorated with handmade or new cold-weather gear.
A group of musicians ended a song about how their good-looking date is going to appear, everything’s going to sound like a rhapsody and it’s all going to be different — when the songwriter paints his masterpiece.
“Public libraries are essential to our communities. They are places where Vermonters of all backgrounds can access books, videos, ideas, resources and information at no cost…”
The Center for Cartoon Studies was offered a challenge by the Office of Vermont’s Secretary of State and Vermont Humanities: Create a graphic guide about the past, present and promise of democracy and civics in our brave little state.
Join us at the library for two special, not-so-spooky events. From 10 a.m. to noon on Saturday, Oct. 29,…
Due to pandemic concerns, our library re-opening dedication was put on hold. Two and a half years after we opened our new library space, we can finally celebrate.
From fall gardening to short stories, from collage to meditation, the Charlotte Library is hoping you will hope that you’ll find something to enjoy.
Every Wednesday at 3 p.m. the Charlotte Library holds a chat on the porch with library director Margaret Woodruff.
This September promises to be a bonanza book month.
The Charlotte Library is reviving the easiest book club around and the month of August is the perfect time to indulge.
The Charlotte Library would like to thank all who contributed ideas, concepts and concerns at the kick-off for our 40 x 2030 Mural Project.
Looking to extend your reading horizons? Summer reading bingo might be the start of that journey.
Please note the Charlotte Library will be closed July 2, 4 and 5 for the Independence Day holiday.
The library now has more options for recycling, but please pay attention to directions on recycling bins and make sure that all items are clean before dropping them off.
Keeping reading easy on your eyes. If you or someone you know needs assistance with reading due to vision impairment, there’s good news:
Looking for the latest information on favorite authors, new books or both?
Although it might seem so, it doesn’t always go that they pave paradise and put up a parking lot.
The library has opened doors to in-person programming while also offering a Zoom option for many programs.