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.
Stuart Robinson of Charlotte has built and donated a “little free library” for East Charlotte.
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
We hope you have enjoyed watching the library’s new gardens come to life this spring and summer and stay interesting even as they begin to shut down for the winter.
The Charlotte Library received $1,000 to implement upgrades to the plastic and e-waste recycling program.
Book Sale continues in the Library Program Room through November 30
At their regular meeting on Monday, Oct. 18, the selectboard voted to adjust the salaries of three employees at the Charlotte Library. But after the discussion and motion there seemed to be more questions than answers.
Library Book Sale: through October 30- The annual Charlotte Library Book Sale, sponsored by The Friends of the Charlotte Library, has been a popular and highly anticipated even
The annual Charlotte Library Book Sale, sponsored by The Friends of the Charlotte Library, has been a popular and highly anticipated event since its modest start in 1995.
The Charlotte Library was built in 1997 with a least first cost approach. The 2,650 square foot building was air conditioned in summer, and in winter, heated with oil that was stored in an underground tank.
Last chance for September Take & Make Kits: Dancing Dragons & Flower Fossil Ornaments
Due to the increase in COVID cases, the CDC has issued new masking recommendations. As our policy throughout the pandemic has been to follow their guidance, we are now asking all library patrons, vaccinated and unvaccinated, to wear masks indoors. As always, we appreciate your commitment to keeping our community safe.
Due to the increase in COVID cases in Chittenden county and in alignment with guidelines from CDC, the Charlotte Library will hold all public programs on Zoom through the month of September.
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.
We all owe a great deal of gratitude and appreciation to former Selectboard member Fritz Tegatz who oversaw (and continues to oversee) every aspect of this undertaking, both on the inside and the outside.
Over the past couple of weeks, the library has hosted Wednesday late afternoon concerts. Performers have been on the porch and audiences scattered over the green, staying in marked circles and socializing from afar.