Enjoy many local events this holiday season.
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.
The University of Vermont Extension and its Master Gardener Program are Vermont treasures. As we look out at the…
This quote probably describes the state of mind of many of our Senior Center visitors. Being “retired” seems to have the image of bored, older citizens at loose ends with not much to do. On the contrary, our participants have trouble fitting another course or activity into their daily schedules with family and volunteering with many, many organizations. One common refrain is: “I’d love to do that, but I just don’t have the time.” It certainly makes planning programs a challenge!
Kids Programs & Activities
Thursday, May 17, at 3:15 p.m. THINK Tank: Cryptography. Learn the science of decoding messages and its importance in history. Solve some cryptography puzzles and create your own secret messages. For 4th-8th grades. Registration required. Please sign up for up to two THINK Tank programs in May. For more sessions, please request to be put on the waiting list.
The Seed Library is open! Stop by the table at the Charlotte Library to join up. You’ll get to select some prime seeds to try in your vegetable garden and be part of the food community here in Charlotte and beyond.
Full and partial scholarships are available for all youth recreation activities.You can find additional information on all of our programs as well as registration forms on our town website at charlottevt.org under the Recreation tab or contact Nicole Conley by email at [email protected]
What do you do when there’s a power outage in town? Come to the library! We welcomed over 120 people to the Charlotte Library on Monday, Oct. 30, following the wind storm that swept through town. Telecommuters checked their email side-by-side with students finishing up homework, while LEGO creations and train table time occupied the youngest visitors. Coffee and good cheer were shared by all!