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Ongoing Program Information

BOOK SALE & Fossil-Free Jamboree!
Sunday, July 21
10am-3pm
Charlotte Town Green

Shop for fabulous books for all ages!

  Enjoy food from local food vendors:
HOME Pressed, lu.lu Ice Cream,Philo Ridge Farm and Taco Truck All Stars

Take part in the Fossil-Free Jamboree!
Demos, raffle & more!


BOOK DONATION DROP-OFF
Starting Monday, July 1 during library hours. 
For this Friends of the Charlotte Library fundraiser we are gratefully accepting books, DVDs and audiobooks on CD in good condition. Please see donation guidelines for more information.


Book Award Nominees

Vermont readers’ choice award nominees are favorite reads for the summer. 
Take a look at the latest nominees:


Recycle Plastic Film at the Library

Before you drop it in the bin, please make sure it meets the guidelines.


Keep Your Event Out of the Landfill: Event Bins for Loan

Be part of Charlotte’s pledge to make all events as waste free as possible. The library has three ClearStream portable waste stations for loan*. By planning ahead and using these stations, you can keep recyclables and compost out of the trash.  For more information and to reserve bins, please go to the  registration form.

 

New & Upcoming Books

Click on image to get full list of titles with descriptions and catalog links. Sign up to receive email updates on our latest titles.

  • Fic & Non-Fic

  • Juvenile & YA

  • Children

 

Upcoming Events

Register for a Program

Tuesday, June 25
  • Preschool Story Time
    10:30 am-11:30 am

  • Green Clean
    10:30 am-12:00 pm

    Join Sarah Ringler and Amy Carter for a new take on green. Do you really know what's in your day-to-day beauty and cleaning products? There hasn’t been a major federal law passed in the personal care industry since 1938! Many ingredients in our every day products have been directly linked to health issues. Switching to safer doesn’t need to seem insurmountable, but sometimes it feels as though we need a degree in chemistry to really understand where to begin. During this workshop you will learn some of the top ingredients and contaminants to avoid, some clean and sustainable brands who are making an impact in this industry, as well as some simple DIY recipes for everyday products! Small changes can make a lasting impact on our health and wellbeing and the world. Can’t wait to share with you!

Wednesday, June 26
  • iLearning: iPhone & iPad Tips & Tricks @ Charlotte Senior Center
    1:00 pm-2:30 pm

    Bring your iPad and/or iPad for some hands-on learning with Charlotte’s Tech Librarian, Susanna Kahn. Get tips on searching, organizing your apps, the share menu, helpful apps and more. There will be time for questions. This program is free. Registration is required.

  • Baby and Family Time
    5:30 pm-6:30 pm

    Join Colleen for a baby story/play time. Meet other families from the Charlotte area.

Thursday, June 27
  • Drop-in LEGO Challenge
    10:00 am-11:00 am

    Try a challenge or build your own creation with other LEGO fans.

Friday, June 28
  • Vermont Institute of Natural Science
    1:00 pm-2:00 pm

    A snake, an owl and a turtle will be visiting the library. VINS will tell us myth and legends about all three. All ages invited and no registration required. This program is made available thru a generous grant from the Vermont Department of Libraries.

  • Library Expansion Kick-Off Party!
    3:00 pm-7:00 pm

    Please join us for the latest details of the expansion plan, live music, Very Merry Theatre improv session, bookplate station, and snacks and treats from Gilfeather's and Philo Ridge Farm.

Monday, July 1
  • Very Merry Theatre presents Pinocchio
    12:00 pm-1:00 pm

    Enjoy Pinocchio on the library lawn. Please bring blankets, water and sunscreen. Rain location is the Charlotte Congregational Church.

Tuesday, July 2
  • Tech on the Porch
    10:00 am-11:00 am

    Wondering how to download an ebook? Text a photo to a friend? Start using an online calendar? Organize your emails? Bring your tech questions to the Library porch for a drop-in Q&A with our tech librarian.

Thursday, July 4
  • LIBRARY CLOSED for Independence Day
    All day

Friday, July 5
  • LIBRARY CLOSED for Independence Day
    All day

Monday, July 8
  • Story Time for ages 8 and up
    10:30 am-11:30 am

    Join us for an hour of books and fun with rockets, moon facts and Mars adventures. Please register.

MORE EVENTS…

 

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