This month’s calendar of events is available as a PDF for you to download and post!
April 2, 7pm, Board Meeting — Board meetings are open to the public and follow the open meeting law.
April 4, 7pm, Acoustic Music Night — bring your instrument and join the jam session, or just stop by to listen.
April 6, 9am, Preschool Story Time — stories for the young and young at heart, a craft, and an occassional song or finger play.
April 6, 10am – noon, Coffee Hour — Join us for a cup of coffee or tea, a sweet or two and good conversation. Suitable for all ages!
April 7, 7pm, Community Coffee House — celebrating National Poetry Month. Peacham resident Bob Ryan will get the evening started by presenting one of the world’s best-known poems. Combining his acting background with his interest in the life and work of Edgar Allan Poe, he will perform The Raven. The rest of the evening is open to others to share their own and their favorite poems. We’ll have plenty of poetry books available for you to find just the right poem, and a few others with poems for multiple voices.
April 9, 7pm, Tech Monday will focus on all the questions a new computer user might have.
April 13, 10am – noon, Coffee Hour
April 11, 7pm, Game Night!
April 16, 6:30pm, Writers Workshop 1 (geared towards adults, but all are welcome) Continuing the celebration of National Poetry Month, children’s author and Peacham resident Elizabeth O’Donnell will lead us in an exploration of haiku and other forms of poetry.
April 17, 1:15pm, Tuesday Theatre presents Academy Award winning movie based on The Invention of Hugo Cabret by Brian Selznick.
David Smith Oil Paintings Are Next Exhibit at Gilmore Gallery .
David studied art as an undergraduate at Goddard College in Plainfield and ceramics, painting and book illustration in its Adult Degree Program. He has worked with children making public art, been a scenic designer and painter in Philadelphia, a graphic designer in New York City and Vermont, and an architectural and woodworking designer and builder here in Vermont, where he has lived since 1974. His work is in collections across the United States and Europe. The Gilmore Gallery at Peacham Library is proud to be exhibiting his work for the months of April and May. An artist’s reception is scheduled for April 22nd from 4 to 6PM. More information will be posted soon on the Gilmore Gallery blog at gilmoregallery.blogspot.com and at the library’s web site peachamlibrary.org.
New books and movies are arriving daily this week at the library. We are working to get them out on the shelves as quickly as possible. About 10 new movies are already on the shelves. Roughly 30 new books for adults will be out early next week. And the 2011-2012 DCF books will be out in time for spring break. The 80+ books we received through the Libri Foundations Books for Children went out on the shelves in mid-March. There’s bond to be something for everyone. Check the card catalog to see if a book is available.
Don’t want to check out a book? How about buying one? The book sale room has reasonably priced books, audios, videos and jigsaw puzzles always available for purchase.
Have a few minutes to spare? Help us put together a jigsaw puzzle! We’ve set up a table near the checkout desk with a really old puzzle with very thick pieces for you to work on. It’s a challenge as these are not interlocking pieces.
Want to learn more about the library? Checkout our Facebook page with its daily posts. You do not need an account to view our pictures or read what’s happening.
Wondering where the frogs have been? New pictures have been posted recently from trips to Honduras, France, India, China and Japan .