Calef Memorial Library is hiring a library assistant to work 8-16 hours per week. Responsibilities include customer service, checking library materials in and out, reshelving books, supervising the library, and promoting the library’s programs and services. Good people skills, experience with children, and comfort with computers and the internet are required. Possible hours include Mondays 11-4, Tuesdays through Thursdays 2-7, and Saturdays 9-1.
Please send your resume and three references to:
Calef Memorial Library
PO Box 141
Washington, VT 05675
You can also drop application materials off in person or email them to:
Application Deadline: 10/15/2014
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!
Calef Memorial Library in Washington, VT is looking for a new director. The ideal candidate will have an MLS, VT public library certification, or be working toward the same. He or she will have excellent people skills, a high degree of computer literacy, and an enthusiasm for engaging all members of the public around books, reading, and technology. This is a part- time position of approximately 24 hrs. per week. Calef is a small, rural public library on the cusp of many excellent new changes, including recently becoming automated and receiving approval to build an addition in the coming year. Call (802) 883-2343 or visit http://www.caleflibrary.com for more information. Email resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org by 8/04/14 for full consideration.
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!
Don’t forget…our children’s summer reading program starts on Monday at 12:30 pm! We can’t wait to play!
Are you interested in family history, or Vermont history? Check out the
Vermont State Archives ! They have excellent resources available to the public.
Here is an outline of the first week of the Calef Library’s Summer program (July 7th-August 14th), along with needed items for crafts and projects. We appreciate any donations. Don’t forget free lunch at the Washington Village School, from 11:30-12:00pm, Monday -Thursday, starting July 7th, 2014.