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SUMMER PROGRAMMING 2016
On Your Mark, Get Set …READ – For ages 11 and under
Preschool Story Time – Tuesday mornings at 10:30 for ages 5 and under ~ Special Yoga Story Time on June 28. (no registration needed)
Music and Movement: Parachute Games! – Saturdays June 11, July 30, and August 27 at 10:30 – Recommended for ages 2-5, but open to all. (no registration needed)
Reading Program Kick-Off: Magic Show with Tom Joyce -
Friday, June 24 at 1:00 – On your Mark, Get Set,
Magic! Vermont magician Tom Joyce delights kids and adults
alike in this audience participation-filled comedy magic
show. Ages 3 and up.
register for the event click here
HydrOlympics – Friday, July 1 at 2:00 - SPLASH! Join us for some wet and wacky outdoor sports. Ages 7 and up. *To register for the event click here
Healthalicious Snacks - Saturday, July 9 at 11:00 – We’ll make and enjoy snacks that are both healthy and delicious. You’ll leave with new recipes for healthy snacking. Ages 9 and up. To register for the event click here
Food Olympics – Tuesday, July 12 at 2:00 – Test out your skills at food-themed “Olympic” events including M&M Madness, Jelly Bean Gymnastics, and the Cheese Puff Challenge. Ages 7 and up. To register for the event click here
Storytelling Presentation with Taradiddle –- Wednesday, July 13 at 6:00pm - Former public librarians Jean Roberts and Daphne Bartholomew present “Team: All for One and One for All?” Join us for an exploration in story and song of some team efforts that work out – and some that don’t! All ages. To register for the event click here
Movie Night: Cars©– Wednesday, July 20 at 5:00 – “Race” over to the library for a showing of this popular G-rated movie. Popcorn will be served. All ages. To register for the event click here
Dance Party with Judy Pancoast – Wednesday, July 27 at 3:00 - Shine up your dancing shoes for a Dancy Party with Grammy-nominated children's artist Judy Pancoast! Kids will have a great time doing the twist, do-si-do, Irish jig and more to Judy's clever, original children's tunes. All ages. To register for the event click here
Nature Olympics! with The Lamoille County Nature Center – Tuesday, August 2 at 2:00 - On Your Mark, Get Set, it’s time for the First Annual Nature Olympics! Learn some fabulous fun facts about amazing Vermont animals and natural phenomena! Then get ready to droozle, drip, flip, and flap in some wacky nature Olympics events and see how your skills match up to nature’s amazingness. Ages 5 and up. To register for the event click here
Summer Reading Program Wrap-Up Party – Friday, August 12 at 2:00 - Children who participated in the summer reading program will receive awards and prizes, and enjoy refreshments. To register for the event click here
Get in the Game - For ages 12 and up
Tabletop Olympics: Wednesday, June 29 at 2:00 – Have you got micro skills? Foosball? Miniature pool? Other tabletop games? Prove it at the Tabletop Olympics. Winner gets the prize and eternal bragging rights. To register for the event click here
Liquid Awesome! Outdoor Olympics: Wednesday, July 6 at 2:00 –Not afraid of a little water, are you? Join us for some wild water-themed competition. Gold medalist gets a prize and Olympic glory. * To register for the event click here
PEN – Wednesday, July 13 at 3:00 –Do you write? Want to be published someday? Bring your imagination and an ipad/tablet or notebook for individual and group writing games. To register for the event click here
Twisted Tie-dye Tee workshop – Friday, July 22 at 2:00. Limit: 15. Design your own tee—we’ll provide the shirts, buckets of dye and technique tips; you supply the artistic skill. Sign up now and tell us your tee size to reserve your spot. Wear old clothes, old shoes and prepare to make a mess! * To register for the event click here
After-Hours Teen Movie Night: Cool Runnings© – Thursday, July 28 at 6:00 - Grab some popcorn and tune into this funny movie based on the true story of a Jamaican bobsled team who competed in the 1988 Winter Olympics. Rated PG. To register for the event click here
SRP Wrap-Up- Wednesday, August 10 at 2:00 – Teens who participated in the summer reading program will receive awards and prizes, and enjoy refreshments. To register for the event click here
All programs marked with an * are outside. In the event of a rainstorm, we will announce a rain date.
Exercise Your Mind—Ages 18+
Wed June 8th 6 PM Birds of Vermont –spend an evening in air-conditioned comfort while you learn about our state’s feathered friends. (no registration needed)
Adult Summer Reading Rewards— Kids get rewarded for reading. So should adults! Fill out an entry slip whenever you return a just-read book for your chance at a monthly prize drawing.
Grownup Movie Nights: (we’ll need at least 5 registrations in order to hold these movie night events, so if you’re interested, please sign up early!)
Wednesday, June 22nd, 8 PM: The Blind Side To register for the event click here
Wednesday, July 20th, 8 PM: Chariots of Fire To register for the event click here
Wednesday, August 24th, 8 PM: Billy Elliot To register for the event click here
Adult Summer Book Discussion—Testing Your Limits
Come pick up a book from the adult circulation desk , which signs you up for the discussion.
Monday June 27th 6 PM—Weiner, Jennifer. Who Do You Love?
Monday, July 25th, 6 PM—Conroy, Pat. My Losing Season
Monday, August 22nd, 6 PM—Alexander, Caroline. The Endurance: Shackleton’s Legendary Antarctic Expedition (Vermont Reads 2016-2017)
Take 5! Looking for a jazzy, musical, danceable evening? Join us for the sweet sounds of local jazz ensemble Take 5 . We’ll roll back the rug; you bring your dancing shoes–Saturday, July 9 at 7 PM. To register for the event click here
PopOut Paper! Adult paper toy makerspace Tuesday July 19th, 5-7 PM. Join instructor Mary Lemieux to learn how to make some seriously amazing paper creations. Why? It’s fun! To register for the event click here
Amazing Race, MCL. Why let the kids get all the glory? Team up and show your competitive side with a series of challenges in a race through your local library. To the victors belong the grand prize. Wednesday, August 10th, 6 PM till it’s all over. To register for the event click here
• Mondays June 20th, July 18th, August 15th, 6 PM: BYO Books Dessert Discussion—We get together, bring snacks and talk about whatever we each happen to be reading. Then we add it to the big BYOB Recommended Reads booklist. Fun, food and a little public service thrown in. What’s not to like? No registration needed—just come.
• Thursdays June 30th; July 28th; August 25th, 6 PM A Foot In Both Worlds Intergenerational Book Discussion—By community request we have re-started a once-monthly Thursday night book group for anyone ages 12 through adulthood. Your participation and attendance will keep the group going. Come in and pick up this month’s read from the Adult circulation desk, simultaneously signing up for the discussion. Light refreshments served. Come on—it’ll be fun!