Due to the increase in COVID cases, the CDC has issued new masking recommendations.
Although summer feels like it’s winding down and the Dog Days of Summer are soon behind us, we know there are still plenty of reasons to enjoy the outdoors.
Transition Town Charlotte is hosting a sharpening workshop on Saturday, Aug. 15, from 10 to 11:30 a.m., co-hosted by the Charlotte Library.
The Charlotte Library Board of Trustees and Staff are excited to announce the re-opening of the library building on…
he Charlotte Library Board of Trustees and staff are excited to announce the re-opening of the library building on Wednesday, July 15. This is Phase 2 of the five-phase re-opening plan and allows for limited walk-in service for library patrons to select and check out books. Because of ongoing caution and concern for community welfare, this phase is necessarily restricted but offers the first step in a gradual opening of the library to full service. The limited walk-in service includes the following measures and regulations:
Porch pickup continues at the Charlotte Library. If you’re interested in checking out library books and other items, please place holds for those materials through the library website
Thanks to all who helped us celebrate the kick-off of the library expansion fundraising! Special thanks to Nate Hodgson-Walker and Ted LeBlanc who provided great music on the library porch, as well as to Gilfeather’s Provisions and Philo Ridge Farm who donated delicious treats for all to enjoy and to Unity Farm, which shared some of their fabulous flowers.
It’s time to get ready for the annual Charlotte Library book sale! This fun annual event offers everyone a great opportunity to stock up on year-round reading material.
In 2017 the Charlotte Library Trustees and the Friends of the Library decided to explore the possibility of a much-needed addition to the library building. An architect from Black River Design (highly recommended by the building’s original, architect) was hired to come up with a design and a cost estimate for the proposed addition.
Story Time TuesdaysBaby Time, 9 a.m. Join us at the Charlotte Library to share and enjoy songs and stories for babies and their caregivers.Preschool Story Time, 10:30 a.m. Drop-in sessions with stories, crafts, songs & fun. For ages 3 to 5.
Town Meeting Day is around the corner and with it, the vote on Article 8, the library expansion bond. In order to make sure that voters have the information they need when going to the polls, the Charlotte Library Board of Trustees would like to provide the following details.
Seed Fever! Wednesday, Feb. 6, 7:00 p.m. As gardeners know, Seed Fever is an infectious condition that strikes hard…
At its Jan. 14 meeting, the Selectboard voted unanimously to include the bond for the library expansion as an item on the Town Meeting Day Australian ballot. This will give every voter in town the opportunity to weigh in on the expansion project.
We Fed an Island Community Supper. Wednesday, Jan. 23, 5:30 p.m. Inspired by Jose Argues’ work in Puerto Rico, we’re…
Pick up a good book in January! We have book conversations abounding this month!
The Charlotte Library is ready to grow, and after three years of planning, supporters are ready to shift their efforts into high gear. At the request of the Selectboard, the library’s Bond Committee presented a proposal to the board on Dec. 17 to secure support for a $700,000 municipal bond, which would be presented to voters on Town Meeting Day in March.
The Charlotte Library announced yesterday that it has received $500 from the American Library Association (ALA) to help plan and implement coding activities during Computer Science Education (CS Ed) Week 2018 (December 3-9) and beyond.
Summer Story Time – Reading Fun at Adam’s Berry Farm – Tuesday, July 31 at 9:30 a.m. Meet us at the farm for a summer of berries, great stories, gardening and busy activities. All ages are welcome.
Wow, it’s been a hot few days. It’s very nice to have the temperatures back to a more livable range, don’t you agree? Today I hiked Camel’s Hump for the first time (I’m embarrassed to say – not that I hiked the mountain, but that it is the first time—I won’t tell you how long I’ve lived here.), and it was out-of-town friends who lured me up there. I’m a bit exhausted, but it’s time to talk once again about books, so here goes.
Summer reading begins Tuesday, June 26, with a kick-off party at 1 p.m. Learn how raptors build their habitats in this hand-on session with Vermont Institute of Natural Science. For all ages. Full information about all summer reading programs available on our website: charlottepubliclibrary.org.