Book Club The Wonder

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Library Closing Early

Happy Thanksgiving!

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Library Closed

Happy Thanksgiving!

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Digital Marketing Boot Camp

Digital Marketing Boot Camp
An INSTIG8 and Southern Vermont Economy Project Workshop hosted by Wilmington Works
 
Who: Businesses owners in Bennington and Windham regions who are interested in learning some basic marketing tools
What: Four 2-hour long classes, held once a week by Brandon Stephens of AIO Marketing, covering the topics of Facebook, Instagram, and Email Marketing.
Where: Pettee Library, Wilmington, VT
When: Wednesdays, 9-11am (10/18, 10/25, 11/1, 11/8)
Cost: Classes can be purchased individually for $10/class. Please note space is limited to 15 attendees per class. To get a well-rounded understanding of digital marketing, please attend all four classes.
Business Card Raffle: For each class you attend, you can enter your business card into a raffle drawing for $300 of marketing services with AIO Marketing complements of BDCC. The more classes you attend, the more your chances increase!
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Vermont Fairytale Festival

Join us in Killington at Sherburne Library for a day of fun!

Goody Bags, Arts, Crafts, Stories, StoryWalks, a Sword Fighting Demonstration and More!

Admittance is a non-perishable food item for the Killington food shelf or an item for the humane society.

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Story Time

We’ll read, do crafts, laugh, and sing.  Children of all ages welcome!

Most Mondays, 10:30

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Story Time

We’ll read, do crafts, laugh, and sing.  Children of all ages welcome!

Most Mondays, 10:30

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StoryWalk®

Come enjoy a story an activity, and a snack.  Free family fun!

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Animals of the North-What Will Climate Change Mean for Them?

Photograph © Sue Morse

 

Showtime 7 PM  FREE

Join Sue Morse of Keeping Track with a slideshow presentation that will entertain and educate audiences about the ways in which wildlife species are affected by climate change.  Sue reinforces that there is a reason for hope if we can conserve natural resources and create a healthier planet.  Sue will share stunningly beautiful images of animals and plants in their natural habitats – including Canada lynx, moose, caribou, polar bears, and arctic fox.  This program is suitable for all ages.  Sponsored by Pettee Memorial Library and Southern Vermont Natural History Museum. 

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StoryWalk®

Come enjoy a story an activity, and a snack.  Free family fun!

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