Next time you stop in at the Lanpher Library, consider adding a square to our Post-it Quilt. There are doodles, quotes, titles of favorite books, stickers...let's see what we can create!
The newly formed Friends of the Lanpher Memorial Library is announcing their first fundraiser:
18" Doll complete with a homemade wardrobe (selections in the picture). This beautiful set was donated to the Lanpher Library by a local friend, who made all of the clothes in the wardrobe (with the exception of a pair of shoes, tights and a fur coat!)
Tickets are being sold that the Lanpher Library for $1 each, or 6 for $5.
The Friends of the Lanpher Library will draw the winner on August 1st at their Doll Show and Tell program at 11:00 at the Lanpher Library.
Please contact us for more information 802-888-4628
The Lanpher Library is taking part in the Vermont Library Association Passport to Vermont Libraries!
You can pick up a Passport at the Lanpher Memorial Library (don't forget to get it stamped!). You will then have until September 1st to visit as many Vermont Libraries as you want.
After Sept. 1st, check in with us...because whoever has visited the most Vermont Libraries and has the most stamps in their passports will win prizes from us! Then, the winners in 3 categories: Adult, Young Adult and Child will be entered in the Statewide drawing to win prizes from the Vermont Library Association.
On Monday, June 22nd at 6:00 the Lanpher Memorial Library will be visited by CATS! The Cast of Lamoille County Players Production of the popular show CATS will be at the Library to give us a back stage glimpse of the making of the show...from page to stage...with a sneak peek at costumes, make up, songs by Andrew Lloyd Weber and the lines from T.S. Eliot's "Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats".
YOU ARE ALL INVITED and we hope you will join us!!! Check out more about CATS at the Lamoille County Players website: www.lcplayers.com
UNIVERSAL RECYCLING LAW WORKSHOP: In 2012, the Vermont State Legislature passed Act 148, known as The Universal Recycling Law. This law goes into effect on July 1st of this year. If you are wondering: HOW ARE WE GOING TO DO THIS??? Then this event is for you!
On Monday, June 29th at 6:00, Representatives from Lamoille Regional Solid Waste Management District will be at the Lanpher Library to help us understand the changes, and inform us of what the law requires and how we can be successful in following it!
Please join us for this FREE program to learn more.
We now have the 2015 season passes to Vermont State Parks and Vermont Historic Sites.
You can borrow these passes for free for up to 3 days.
We also have the echo pass, Shelburne Museum Pass & Vermont History Museum/Historical Society Pass.
Please visit our "Attraction Passes" page on this website for more information, or give us a call 888-4628.
On Friday, May 29th from 3:00-5:00, Deanna French and Tom Ladoux will be at the Lanpher Memorial Library to celebrate the publication of their second book: Spunky Lamoille, Boys in Blue, Too
This is the second book by the duo. Included in "Boys in Blue, Too", are more letters from Lamoille County Civil War Soldiers (including one found in the walls of a house in Hyde Park), Women who served, Revolutionary War Soldiers with connections to Civil War Soldiers...Black Betty, the Confederate Bell...and more!
Copies of the book will be available on the 29th, and both authors will be on hand to sign them. A "quiz" will start out the time at 3:00 with prizes awarded!
We hope you will find time to join us between 3:00-5:00 to take a look at Spunky Lamoille Boys in Blue, Too . All proceeds from the sale of the book will benefit Lamoille Area Cancer Network.
On Monday, May 18th at 6:00, Dr. Phil Chiaravalle will be at the Lanpher Memroial Library to lead a discussion on Improving Soil Organically.
Learn methods of adding organic matter to improve overall soil health. He will discuss the basic structure and nature of soil, as well as the role of pH, fertilizers and lime. The importance of cover crops will be emphasized along with the significance of various soil agents like mycorrhizae and bacteria.
The importance of biochar may also be covered in this talk.
Dr. Chiaravalle teaches with humor and a down to earth style. (Get it? Down to Earth???) He is very open to questions and discussion.
Please contact the Lanpher Library with any questions. 888-4628, or the "Contact Us" link. Thank you!
Our "OPEN" Flag is getting worn and ripped, so we're asking you to help us decide which flag will announce to the community that we're OPEN!
Please take the poll below, and we'll purchase the OPEN flag with the most votes.
You can click on the images below to expand the pictures.
The poll is open...
We'll continue until June 6th!
Lanpher Memorial Library
Friday, May 1st at 6:00 p.m.
The Lanpher Library Poetry Slam is an event where local poets perform their original work. No costumes, musical instruments, or props may be used.
Poems are judged by members of the audience.
PRIZES AWARDED for the top 3 Performances!
EVERY e EVERYONE IS WELCOME TO PERFORM
Performances can be heartfelt, funny, social commentary, sweet, personal...
The Lanpher Library Poetry Slam is a safe and welcoming event for all who wish to join us.
Please come to perform...or to be part of the audience!
Please feel welcome to call us with any questions
During the month of April, OVERDUE FEES WILL BE WAIVED if you bring in a non-perishable food item, or other donation for the Lamoille Community Food Share.
Monday, April 6th at 5:30 at the Lanpher Library join Dr. Phil Chiaverelle to create a Gallon Garden. Dr. Phil will guide and teach participants as they take cuttings, treat them with rooting powder, and plant them in a gallon jug to take root. Please register in advance, 888-4628. Participants should plan to BYOG...(Bring your own Gallon jug). We'll have a few here...just in case!
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