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All of the work shown was finished after the March 18, 2020 “Stay Home, Stay Safe” order from the governor of Vermont. Selected pieces will also be on display in the Gilmore Gallery at Peacham Library (open by appointment) through November.
To learn more about any piece of artwork, just click on it. There’ll be more information at the bottom of the screen, including contact information for the artist, in case you would like to purchase the piece or ask them questions about it.
We are also setting up an online merchandise store where you will be able to purchase prints, greeting cards and other items with your favorite art from this show. Check back for more information in the coming days.
Benefit Auction for the Peacham Library & Peacham School PTF Group
This year, the Peacham School Parent Teacher Friends (PTF) Group and the Peacham Library are partnering to co-host the annual Mud & Muck Auction. This highly anticipated event usually happens each spring to benefit the PTF’s efforts to support learning and enrichment for students at Peacham Elementary School. This spring, plans were disrupted to host the annual auction, and in the spirit of community cooperation and support, the PTF and the Library are thrilled to work together to support both organizations with their first ever online auction!
Best of luck to all bidders!
Use the “View Items” button to catch a sneak peek at the fantastic items available. Bids will be accepted starting on Monday October 5.
If you are a new Vermonter, a “boomerang” Vermonter, or existing adult Vermonter who is seeking to get [more] connected in the NEK, join us to learn how this program can help!
The Vermont Welcome Wagon Project is a program designed to help close the Talent Gap in Vermont by helping retain new, newly returning, and existing Vermonters in the state by assisting them to get connected (or more deeply connected) in the community.
New VT arrivals or returnees, or “participants”, are connected with established community members, or “hosts”, so that they can meet informally to learn more about the NEK, specifically. The program provides new folks with the opportunity to build a community network and ask honest questions about the ins and outs of living here. Hosts and participants can discuss things like “Where do you go out to eat?” or “What’s there to do on a rainy day?” and “What’s the childcare situation like?” The goal is to accelerate the time it takes to “figure out” VT and get connected to our community in meaningful ways.
Join NEK YPN steering committee member, Gretchen, for a virtual information session to learn about the program, how to get involved, and what impact it has in the NEK.
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