THE LAST DRAGON
On Monday, June 27 at 7:00 PM everyone is invited to help us kick off our summer reading program. Join The Puppet People as they retell the fairy tale “The Last Dragon” by E. Nesbitt. Are all princesses helpless? Are all knights brave and strong? Are all dragons evil? Explore the issues of stereotypes, greed, discrimination, self-esteem, and friendship with this vivid puppet production.
This show features classical music, large rod puppets, mouth puppets, and a 7 ft dragon and a life-size knight on horseback for a jousting scene you will never forget. Ages 5 and up.
The program will be held at the Petersburgh Veterans Memorial Community Center (PVMCC).
Enter your name into two free raffles each time you visit the library:
PLASTIC TOOL SET FOR KIDS
FARMER, TRACTOR, & ANIMALS
COME MAKE LEGO CREATIONS
MONDAYS FROM 3 TO 5 PM
Be sure to check out our Local History page by clicking on the tab at the top of the page. We have added a link to a picture of the map of Meadow Lawn Cemetery. More information about the cemetery is available in a binder at the library.
Everyone welcome to Knitting Group at 3:30 PM on Wednesdays. Call us at 658-2927 if there is a better time for you to make the class. Come be part of the group either as a novice or experienced knitter. A hat made by one of our members is pictured above.
Email addresses wanted!
The library is trying to update our patron’s information with email addresses. If we have your email address, you will be sent an email notifying you of upcoming due dates on your checked out items and then an overdue notice once an item has been out too long. Please let us know your email address next time you come in. This will help you keep track of your checked out items and when they are due.
Museum Pass available
Passes are available for The Clark, MASS MoCA, Hildene The Lincoln Family Home, the Iroquois Museum, and the USS Slater.
Art In The Library
The artist currently displaying his paintings is Tom Atkins from West Pawlet, Vermont. He is an artist, poet, and writer who moved from Virginia to Vermont in 2009. “When I moved to Vermont, I also moved to color. I rediscovered art, but this time not as a representative of a thing, but as a way to capture a mood, a feeling.”
His website is http://www.quarryhouse.us
Stop in and see the colorful artwork.
Any interested artists, who have artwork or photographs that they would like to display at the library, can call the library at 658-2927. We have wall space to display your art and would love to hear from you. There is no charge to display it here.
Book Discussion Group
The group meets at 7:00 P.M. on the second Wednesday of each month from September through June. NEXT BOOK CLUB: Go Set A Watchman by Harper Lee on Wednesday, June 8TH at 7 PM.
The books being discussed are available from the Library so you can read them prior to the meeting. New members are always welcome to join. Please join us even if you are only able to come once in a while or just want to come for the books in which you are interested.
2015 Top Ten Best Fiction for Young Adults as voted by YALSA
(YALSA = Young Adult Library Services Association) – The Carnival at Bray by Jessie Ann Foley – The Crossover by Kwame Alexander – The Gospel of Winter by Brendan Kiely – I’ll Give You the Sun by Jandy Nelson – Jackaby by William Ritter – Noggin by John Corey Whaley – The Story of Owen: Dragon Slayer of Trondheim by E K Johnston – Vango by Timothee de Fombelle – We Were Liars by E Lockhart – The Young Elites by Marie Lu