Wednesday, August 4
  • Summer Meal Pick-up
    10:30 am-11:00 am

Thursday, August 5
  • Friends Book Discussion: "The Murmur of Bees"
    7:30 pm-8:45 pm

    From a beguiling voice in Mexican fiction comes an astonishing novel—her first to be translated into English—about a mysterious child with the power to change a family’s history in a country on the verge of revolution.

    From the day that old Nana Reja found a baby abandoned under a bridge, the life of a small Mexican town forever changed. Disfigured and covered in a blanket of bees, little Simonopio is for some locals the stuff of superstition, a child kissed by the devil. But he is welcomed by landowners Francisco and Beatriz Morales, who adopt him and care for him as if he were their own. As he grows up, Simonopio becomes a cause for wonder to the Morales family, because when the uncannily gifted child closes his eyes, he can see what no one else can—visions of all that’s yet to come, both beautiful and dangerous. Followed by his protective swarm of bees and living to deliver his adoptive family from threats—both human and those of nature—Simonopio’s purpose in Linares will, in time, be divined.

    Set against the backdrop of the Mexican Revolution and the devastating influenza of 1918, The Murmur of Bees captures both the fate of a country in flux and the destiny of one family that has put their love, faith, and future in the unbelievable.


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Friday, August 6
  • Summer Meal Pick-up
    10:30 am-11:00 am

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  • Garden Chat
    11:00 am-12:00 pm

    Join Seed Library coordinators, Karen and Linda, to connect with fellow local food gardeners, both new and experienced, --to share questions/advice, problems and pleasures from the garden.  What’s happening in yours these days?  If you’ve got questions, maybe others will have suggestions. Registration required for Zoom link: https://bit.ly/GardenChatAugust

Monday, August 9
  • Summer Meal Pick-up
    10:30 am-11:00 am

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Wednesday, August 11
  • Summer Meal Pick-up
    10:30 am-11:00 am

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Friday, August 13
  • Summer Meal Pick-up
    10:30 am-11:00 am

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Monday, August 16
  • Mystery Book Group: "Henrietta Who?" by Catherine Aird
    10:00 am-11:00 am

    Early one morning in the quiet English village of Larking, the body of a woman named Mrs. Jenkins is found in the road. Miles away, her daughter, Henrietta, receives the bad news while working in the university library. Poor Mrs. Jenkins appears to have been the victim of a horrible car accident. When an autopsy proves not only that this was no accident but also that Mrs. Jenkins had never had a child, young Henrietta’s life is thrown upside down. If she’s not Mrs. Jenkins’s daughter, then who is she? It’s up to Detective Inspector C. D. Sloan of the Calleshire police force to bring the murderer to justice—and a sense of order back to Henrietta’s life. Copies are available at the circulation desk.

  • Summer Meal Pick-up
    10:30 am-11:00 am

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Wednesday, August 18
  • Summer Meal Pick-up
    10:30 am-11:00 am

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  • BLUE Certification Presentation
    7:00 pm-8:00 pm

    Lake Champlain Sea Grant partners with BLUE, an innovative program that certifies homes, businesses, and institutions as watershed friendly. Learn how you can take part as the crew from the Lake Champlain Sea Grant at UVM shares the details of this innovative program that helps us help the lake.

Friday, August 20
  • Summer Meal Pick-up
    10:30 am-11:00 am

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Monday, August 23
  • Summer Meal Pick-up
    10:30 am-11:00 am

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  • Kindergarten Card Party
    5:30 pm-6:30 pm

    New Kindergartner's are invited to the Charlotte Library to receive their very own library card. This is an annual library event. This year it will be on the library porch with an opportunity to play lawn games, meet fellow new Kindergarten students and make some crafts. The Quinlan one-room schoolhouse may also be open for touring. Please send Cheryl an email ahead of time @ youth@charlottepubliclibrary.org with your child's name and address and we will have the new library cards available for pick-up.

Wednesday, August 25
  • Summer Meal Pick-up
    10:30 am-11:00 am

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Monday, September 6
  • LIBRARY CLOSED
    All day

Monday, September 13
  • Roald Dahl Day
    All day

Tuesday, September 14
  • Media Literacy Local and National
    7:00 pm-8:00 pm

Monday, September 20
  • Mystery Book Group: "A Nice Class of Corpse"
    10:00 am-11:00 am

    Simon Brett introduces Melita Pargeter, his newest detective. Melita is a rich and vivacious widow whose mystery-solving talents come in handy when a murderer stalks a hotel for retirees. Copies are available at the circulation desk.

Saturday, September 25
  • CREW: Emergency Preparedness
    12:00 pm-2:00 pm

Wednesday, September 29
  • Practical Earth-Honoring Skills for Everyone
    7:00 pm-8:00 pm

    How can we create an ecological civilization without cultivating an ecological psyche first? At its foundation, developing an ecological psyche involves reclaiming and diversifying our sense of relational intimacy. Nutritive and connective, this class is for anyone feeling fatigued or overwhelmed about climate change. Basic earth-honoring skills decentralize humans from the global story and wake us up through joy and relatedness.  Kendra Ward, LAc. is a local traditional Chinese medicine practitioner who teaches and writes about the cultivation of an earth-honoring worldview as it relates to our health, well-being, and sense of deep belonging. You can learn more about her work at kendraward.com