The paintings by local artist, Scott Luscombe will be on exhibit at the Lanpher Library for one more week! We're closed on Monday, May 26th for Memorial Day, but Tuesday through Saturday, Scott's watercolors will be here. We hope you stop by to take a look. Tuesday, Wednesday Friday 10-5, Saturday 10-1
The Lanpher Library will be closed on Tuesday, May 20th* for a staff Professional Development Day.
We look forward to attending the Vermont Library Association Conference!
We'll see you on Wednesday, May 21st at 10:00!
*We will still have book discussion at 6:30 on Tuesday evening.
We will also be closed on Monday, May 26th in observance of Memorial Day.
The Lanpher Library charges $1/day overdue fee for DVDs.
Please return your DVDs on time to avoid this charge to your library account!!!! Beginning June 1, 2014 late fees will be recorded on your library account. Thank you for returning your DVDs on time!
Of course, you can always renew your items if there are no holds on that item. Go to lanpherlibrary.kohavt.org (or click the link to the right to search our catalog...it will bring you right to the site). Sign in using your first and last name with no spaces as your user name, and the last four digits of your barcode for your password. You can renew one time this way if there are not holds. Give us a call if you're having trouble, or give us a call to renew: 802-888-4628
Please join us on Monday, May 12th 6:00 for a program about SOIL with Dr. Phil Chiavaralle. Learn more about how to add organic material, how to use cover crops and all about the significance of soil!
Hyde Park author, Lisa Kent, will be at the Lanpher Library on Saturday, May 10th at 11:00 to present her newly published book, Peace Cottage. Copies will be available for purchase...just in time for Mother's Day! We hope you will join us.
"When tragedy claims the life of her dear husband, Lucy Cook packs up her two daughters and heads to the coast of Maine to start again. There, in a cottage in the woods, she looks for peace and renewal as she heals from the loss and alienation of her former life in Vermont.
But her new home and the man who owns it are shrouded in mystery. And Lucy must learn to live without certainty.
Follow Lucy as she navigates a fresh start for herself and her family in regard to matters of home, loss, love, and hope."
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