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This week at the library — September 25, 2011

All week — Where Was Jing? — Jing took a break from his international travels to tour the small things in Peacham.  Stop by the library to pick up a copy of the pictures to see if you can identify where Jing was.

September 29, all day — Fall Foliage Day in Peacham.  Library will be open 9am – 7pm.  Our annual book sale will take place 9am – 3pm.  We’ll show a movie filmed in Peacham about the Spitfire Grill at 6:30.

September 30, 10am – noon — Coffee Hour— Join us for good food, great conversation, and a cup of coffee or tea.

Looking Ahead:

October 3, 5pm — Board Meeting

October 5, 7pm — NIPS — Acoustic music, come to jam, to listen or to dance.

October 7, 9 – 10am — Preschool Story Time –Story Time will be the 1st and 3rd Fridays of each month.  Join us for stories, crafts, and occasionally songs.

October 7, 10am – noon – Coffee Hour

October 8, 6:30— International Observe the Moon Night at Peacham Elementary School and Northern Skies Observatory.  Join us for moon related activities sponsored by Peacham Library, Peacham Elementary School and Northeast Kingdom Astronomy Foundation.

October 20, 7:00pm – Readers’ Delight —   Our next book will be Their Eyes Were Watching God by Zora Hurston. Contact the library if you need a copy.

Of Interest

New frog pictures — Peacham’s Civil Rights March and Jing in France.

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This week at the Library — September 18

September 20, 1:15pm — Tuesday Theatre –  A movie based on Jane Austen’s book Persuasion.  Free popcorn and lemonade provided.

September 23, 10am – noon — Coffee Hour— Join us for good food and good conversation. All ages are welcome.

September 23, 6:30pm — Family Theatre — A movie presented jointly by Peacham Library and Peacham Elementary School the fourth Friday of every month.  This month, the movie will be based on E. B. White’s book Stuart Little.  As always, there will be free popcorn and lemonade.

September 24, 11amBiking For Books — Join us for a tour of Peacham.  Click the link for more details.

Looking Ahead:

September 29, all day — Fall Foliage Day in Peacham.  Library will be open 9am – 7pm.  Our annual book sale will take place 9am – 3pm.  We’ll show a movie filmed in Peacham about the Spitfire Grill at 6:30.

September 30, 10am – noon – Coffee Hour

October 7, 9 – 10am — Preschool Story Time –Story Time will be the 1st and 3rd Fridays of each month.  Join us for stories, crafts, and occasionally songs.

October 8, various times— International Observe the Moon Night at Peacham Library, Peacham Elementary School, and Northern Skies Observatory.  Join us for moon related activities.

October 20, 7:00pm – Readers’ Delight —   Our next book will be Their Eyes Were Watching God by Zora Hurston. Contact the library if you need a copy.

Of Interest

New frog pictures — Peacham’s Civil Rights March.

 
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This week at the Library — July 31

Monday, August 1, 7pm — Board Meeting

Wednesday, August 3, 7pm — NIPS Jam session —  NIPS is composed of musicians from around northern Vermont who gather to play music ranging from traditional fiddle tunes and contra dance music to ballads, pop tunes and even some original pieces.  The full range of acoustic instruments is represented and musicians of all skill levels are welcome to join in the jam session.  Interested listeners are also welcome to attend!

Thursday, August 4, 7pm — Summer Series — Bobby Farlice-Rubio’s part lecture, part performance will draw from multicultural influences.  His presentation will feature a traditional Cuban stringed instrument, the tres.

Friday, August 5, 10am – noon – Coffee Hour — Join us for good food and good conversation. All ages are welcome.

Looking Ahead:

August 16, 1:15pm — Tuesday Theatre — We’ll be showing a movie based on Jules Verne’s book Around the World in Eight Days.

August 18, 7:15pm — Readers’ Delight Book Discussion – The next Readers’ Delight book will be The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao by Junot Diaz.  Stop by the library to pick up a copy of the book.

Of Interest

New pictures of Jing–in China!

 
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This week at the library — July 24

July 28, 7pm — Drumming Workshop — Children age 10 and older are invited to participate in a drumming workshop with Linda Waarner.  Contact the library to sign up.

July 28, 7pm — Summer Series — The second Summer Series presentation will feature Linda Waarner and Caribbean Drumming. 

All week – Cover the world with your reading – The Peacham Library map is sprouting dots reflecting the reading of our patrons!  Help cover the world by placing dots on our world (and other worldly) map to see where our books take us during this year’s summer reading program – One World, Many Stories.

 Friday, July 29, 10am – noon – Coffee Hour — Join us for good food and good conversation. All ages are welcome.

Looking ahead

August 1, 7pm — Board Meeting

August 3, 7pm — NIPS — Jam session.  All musicians and listeners welcome.

August 4, 7pm — Summer Series — Bobby Farlice-Rubio’s part lecture, part performance will draw from multicultural influences.  His presentation will feature a traditional Cuban stringed instrument, the tres.

August 18, 7:15pm — Readers’ Delight Book Discussion – The next Readers’ Delight book will be The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao by Junot Diaz.  Stop by the library to pick up a copy of the book.

Of Interest

New books at the library include The Detroit Electric Scheme by D. E Johnson, The Anniversary Man by Roger Ellory, Smokin’ Seventeen by Janet Evanovich, Baby Polar by Yannick Murphy, A Walk in London by Salvatore Rubbino, and The Map of Time by Felix Palma. 

New pictures of Jing–in China!

 
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