An Exhibit of Family Farm Photos, by George Woodard titled: "THE ROOTS OF MY RAISING" are on display at the Lanpher Memorial Library for a few weeks. Please stop by and enjoy the historical glimpse into a 100 year, Multi-Generational Family Farm. We had a great time when George visited the Lanpher Library and are grateful to him, and NOFA-VT for helping us celebrate Agricultural Literacy Week.
The Lanpher Library is partnering with the Northeast Organic Farming Association of Vermont (NOFA VT) to CELEBRATE Agriculture Literacy Week, November 17-22nd. To help us out, George Woodard will be at the Library on Saturday, November 22nd at 2:00 to present his farm photos: "The Roots of My Raising" honoring his multi-generational farm family.
George will display the photos at the Lanpher Library for a few weeks afterward too.
Agricultural Literacy Week is an opportunity for focused educational events to encourage a robust understanding of agriculture in Vermont's schools and communities. We hope you will join us!
Wednesday, November 12th 6:00-7:30, The Meaning of "Nutrition" in Nutritional Supplements, presented by the Lanpher Memorial Library and Copley Hospital Health Sciences Library.
Carrie Phillips, Director of Pharmacy at Copley Hospital will discuss how to determine if a nutritional supplement is what it says it is and where and how to find reliable information on its actual effectiveness and safety. The talk will include the regulations around the manufacture of nutritional supplements, drug interactions and more.
The Copley Hospital Health Sciences Librarian will lead a Meet & Greet from 6:00-6:30, when light refreshments will be served, and information to learn more about the Health Sciences Library will be available. The Health Talk will begin at 6:30.
This program is the final one in the Lamoille County Community Health Talks Series sponsored by the Copley Hospital Health Sciences Library and Lamoille County Public Libraries.
Hyde Park Partners in Education, (P.I.E.) is collecting donations of Halloween Candy to be distributed in Hyde Park Village to help out with all of the fun trick-or-treaters we see in Hyde Park on Halloween! The Library is a drop off site for these donations. Please bring your donation to the library during our normal business hours, or you can pop it into the return box on Church Street!
If you live in Hyde Park Village and would like a bag or two of candy to help out, please let us know and we'll get your name to the friends at P.I.E. who will make sure you get some in time for Halloween!
JOIN US AT THE LANPHER MEMORIAL LIBRARY ON SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11TH AT 10:30 FOR A DEBUT CELEBRATION OF IMAGES OF HYDE PARK
*Purchase a copy of the book...available for the first time on the 11th !
*Visit with neighbors as they share storeis, poems and maybe even music celebrating Hyde Park's past.
*Take a look at some of the pictures that didn't make it into the book.
*Sample some refreshments inspired by the 1912 Hyde Park Cook Book!
Images of Hyde Park, by James and Monica Heath, is a photographic history of Hyde Park and a reflection of times come and gone. Its essence carries forward for many, a curiosity of the town's rich history. You'll take a walk through Hyde Park's past as you turn the pages of this book. You may discover interesting facts about the town, or you might remember an image of time gone by.
Banned Books Week is an annual event celebrating the freedom to read. Typically held during the last week of September, it highlights the value of free and open access to information. Banned Books Week brings together the entire book community – librarians, booksellers, publishers, journalists, teachers, and readers of all types – in shared support of the freedom to seek and to express ideas, even those some consider unorthodox or unpopular.
By focusing on efforts across the country to remove or restrict access to books, Banned Books Week draws national attention to the harms of censorship. The books featured during Banned Books Week have all been targeted with removal or restrictions in libraries and schools. While books have been and continue to be banned, part of the Banned Books Week celebration is the fact that, in a majority of cases, the books have remained available. This happens only thanks to the efforts of librarians, teachers, students, and community members who stand up and speak out for the freedom to read.
I Geek Archaeology: Crowd Sourced Artifact Exhibit
Monday, September 22 - - 6:30pm - - Lanpher Memorial Library, Hyde Park
Have you ever found an old ‘what’sit’ while working on your farm or digging in the garden? Ever wonder what that artifact is? Or what it can tell us about peoples of the past? Bring your artifacts to the Lanpher Memorial Library in Hyde Park September 22nd and meet with Archaeologist Andy Beaupré. Don’t have any artifacts to share? Not to worry, come and learn from your friends and neighbors about the artifacts that have helped shape Vermont history.
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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10TH AT 6:00,
Join us for a Better Business Bureau program on Scams, Fraud and Identity Theft.
Learn a bout which scams are currently circulating the community, the major red flags to watch out for and the tactics consumers can use to protect themselves and their identity.
This is a free program open to the general public. We hope you will join us!
The Lanpher Memorial Library will be closed on Monday, September 1st to observe Labor Day and celebrate the achievements of our American Workforce!!! See you on Tuesday the 2nd when we'll open for business at 10:00...but...at 7:45 & 11:45 we'll celebrate (or mourn) with Preschool Families for Cheers & Tears!
CHEERS & TEARS PRESCHOOL! After you drop your child off for the first day of Preschool, come on over to the Lanpher Library to meet and visit with other families, enjoy refreshments, celebrate, or mourn (or both)! Bring your younger children too! Learn ways to become involved in Hyde Park Partners in Education (PIE). We hope you'll join us!
Cheers & Tears is sponsored by Lanpher Library, Lamoille Co. Mental Health, P.I.E., and Hyde Park Elementary School with a grant from the Green Mt. Fund of the Vermont Community Foundation...thank you!
On Monday, August 25th starting at 7:45 families of HPES kindergarteners are invited to the Lanpher Library for Cheers & Tears! Have some coffee & refreshments. Meet other families and celebrate...or mourn together. The transition of a child into Kindergarten is an important milestone. We hope you will be able to join us!
On September 2nd, Cheers & Tears for Pre-K families will take place at the Library at 7:45 and 11:45!
Cheers & Tears is sponsored by Lanpher Library, Lamoille County Mental Health, Hyde Park Partners in Education (PIE) and Hyde Park Elementary School, with a grant from the Green Mountain Fund of the Vermont Community Foundation.