July 30, 9:30 am, Microbits – Using this small programmable device, we will solve a series of coding challenges. Suitable for 10+ years old). Please register with the library at least one week in advance.
July 30, 6:30 pm, Recycling Workshop – The Northeast Kingdom Waste Management District bringing you all the information you need to recycle with confidence in the NEKWMD!
July 31, 10:00 am, Tai Chi for Fall Prevention – Sponsored by Northeast Kingdom Council on Aging and SASH. Continue your practice, building strength and balance in a quiet setting.
August 1, 5:30 pm, Story Time at the Farmer’s Market – Join us at the Farmer’s Market this summer as the Library brings stories, and a craft to the Peacham Farmer’s Market. Everyone is welcome.
August 1, 7:00 pm, Summer Series – Peacham Landings: Animals – Animal stories that include horses, alpaca, sheep and more as we meet and chat with the people who came to Peacham because of the terrific hill farm conditions for raising animals and its related fiber production. Did you come to Peacham to raise animals? Join in the conversation, we would love to hear your “tails”.
Peacham Landings is a new storytelling project meant to cultivate connections to each other and to our community’s history by asking the question: “How did you land in Peacham?” Funded through a grant from Vermont Humanities Council, Peacham Landings launched this summer.
August 2, 10:00 am – noon, Coffee Hour – A chance to drink a cup of coffee or tea, enjoy a sweet or two, and chat with your friends and neighbors.
August 2, 6:45 pm, Family Movie: “Mary Poppins Returns” – Enjoy some lemonade, popcorn, and a great movie. PJs optional. All children must be accompanied by an adult. Running Time 140 minutes. Rated PG.
August 10, 1:00 pm, Gold Star Dog Training – Is a yawn always just a yawn? Why does a dog shake off even when it’s not wet? Why is growling good? Is a tail wag always friendly?This multi-media extravaganza of fun helps us all understand what dogs say to us with their bodies. We’ll demystify dog communication, reveal some common dog-human misunderstandings, and learn how we can all live safely and happily together. After the presentation, the audience gets to engage in exercises to practice reading dog body language. (Shhhh…this is for humans only…dogs must be left at home!)