The Calef Memorial Library is pleased to announce that we will be participating in the Vermont Reads program, sponsored by the Vermont Humanities Council. 10 books were donated to the library, thanks to the generosity of the Vermont Reads underwriter, Renewable NRG Systems, Inc. of Hinesburg, with additional support from the Jack and Dorothy Byrne Foundation. Stay posted for additional information about community events throughout spring and summer!
Love a good murder mystery? Try Swedish writer Camilla Läckberg‘s crime novels. We have all seven books, when they are in. They have been wildly popular…call or stop by to check out or reserve a copy!
Come one, come all! Bring your family to the Calef Memorial Library to welcome Santa Claus to town! Treats and fun will be available for all! December 17th, 6:00pm.
Come one! Come all! to the new clothing exchange in the basement of the Calef Memorial Library. There you will find gently used clothing, sports apparel (including, ski goggles and gloves). All items are FREE to holders of a Calef library card. If you don’t have a card, no worries, it is a breeze to get one! (Donations to the library will be accepted but are not required.) The Village Basement will be open Saturdays, between 9:30am and 12:30 pm. If you would like to donate items to the exchange, please contact Maria at firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange drop off or pick up. Look forward to seeing you there!
The Calef Library will be temporarily halting its policy of accepting books from patrons for use in our annual book sale. We are a bit overwhelmed with books at the moment, and anxious to find space for other worthy community events. We encourage you to use local drop boxes, the Restore in Barre, or other donation sites. Thank-you for your understanding and support!
This week, the Calef Summer Program, part of the “Fizz, Boom, Pop!” program, has been all about critters and plants. We have spent lots of time outside, exploring the plant and animal habitat around the library. We have found lots of bugs, learned to identify parts of plants, and made lots of fun crafts. Next week…Techno Fun! We will be looking at machines and how they work. Check out the loose schedule and feel free to donate materials!