Wednesday, July 06, 2016

Upcoming & Ongoing Adult Programs in July:

 
Passport to Vermont Libraries
  June 1 - September 1
 
 
Coloring for Adults ~ Tuesdays starting
  Tuesday,  July 12
9 AM - 7 PM


Summer Reading Raffle Program
  June 20 - August 26
 
 
Adult / Teen Movie Night
  Thursday,  July  28
7 PM
 
 
 

Monday, May 23, 2016

Upcoming Adult Programs in June:

Passport to Vermont Libraries
June 1 - September 1

  Feed Your Passion:
A Little Taste of Springfield
Wednesday, June 8
5 PM - 7 PM

A Journey in Peru:
The Land Where Everything is Possible
Thursday,  June 16
6:30 PM

Summer Reading Raffle Program
June 20 - August 26

Traveling on a Budget
Wednesday,  June 29
6:30 PM

Monday, May 09, 2016

Passport to Vermont Libraries begins June 1st




PASSPORT  TO  VERMONT  LIBRARIES 

The Springfield Town Library is pleased to once again participate in the Vermont Library Association's Passport to Vermont Libraries.   This is the second year that VLA is running the Passport program.   One of our patrons visited 59 libraries last summer and became the 2015 Statewide Young Adult Winner!

Passport to Vermont Libraries will run from June 1st to September 1st.   Passports will be available at the front desk.  Local libraries will offer passport stamps and small prizes.   Three patrons statewide (adult, young adult, child) will receive Vermont Library Ambassador awards and prizes for visiting the most libraries.   

Explore some of Vermont's unique, beautiful and creative libraries this summer!    

             https://www.facebook.com/vermontpassport/



Monday, April 11, 2016

Upcoming Adult Program: Thursday, April 28th ~ 6:30 PM


Endangered Alphabets,
Cultural Erosion, and the
Future of the Written Word

 


A Vermont Humanities Council event


 Thursday, April 28th
6:30 PM

The world’s 6,000 languages are written in fewer than 100 alphabets, one third of which are in danger of extinction.  Writer/carver/painter Tim Brookes, founded the Endangered Alphabet Project as a way to draw attention to this issue and help preserve these amazingly beautiful scripts and the vitally important cultural diversity that they represent.   Tim Brookes is a graduate of Pembroke College Oxford and is now the director of the Professional Writing Program at Champlain College.   Please join us for this special Vermont Humanities Council event!