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.
Happening at the Library . . .
We look forward to seeing you as you browse our collections, enjoy our new (and familiar) spaces
Book Chat is back! Fridays at 9:30 a.m. via Zoom.
The Winter Reading Challenge: Read for a Better World (All Ages) is available for pre-registration now on the Vermont libraries Beanstack page.
Join us in helping to keep landfills less land-full! Paid for with the assistance of the Climate Catalysts Innovation Fund of the Vermont Council on Rural Development.
COVID forced a break in 2020. So, we are especially excited to announce the return of the library art event.
The Friends of the Charlotte Library are holding the second annual GET COZY RAFFLE
The Charlotte Library received $1,000 to implement upgrades to the plastic and e-waste recycling program.
A new book by Vermont author David Holmes probes what it means to be a Vermonter through chronicling the history of his family’s multigenerational farm.
Book Sale continues in the Library Program Room through November 30