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Winter's Half Over!



posted at 3:22 pm Tue Jan 30th, 2018 by (WherezIt_Staff)



 
Volume I | January 30, 2018
Hey Folks,
Winter is half over!
And to help you with the rest of it, we've got Films, an Art Show, Adventure Travel, Fiber Crafternoons for Adults,
Kids' Programming,
Computer Organizing, Tax Prep Help,
Great Books to Read & More!
 
Rick Winston
All the Film's a Stage
 
 
Wednesday, February 7th, 6-8 pm
 
Grueling rehearsals, opening-night jitters, outsize personalities: films about the world of theater have long been a staple. Join Rick Winston in an exploration of how cinema has portrayed what goes into a theater production, from audition to rehearsal to performance.
Clips from several films both American and foreign will be featured, including such classics as All About Eve, Children of Paradise, and Topsy-Turvy.xt Link
 
About the presenter: Rick Winston – Rick has taught film history at Burlington College, Community College of Vermont, Goddard College, and the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute.
 
Belle's Pastels Art Show
"Bringing Color into the Dark of Winter"
 
 
Vintage Cat in the Backcountry, Bolton, Vermont
"While skinning up through the Bolton backcountry, Adam DesLauriers came through with his old "cat", bringing wood to the Bryant Cabin. It was so beautiful I had to take a photo or two, et, voila!" Belle McDougall www.bellemcdougall.com
 
Open House in the Library's Cafe, February 10th, 2-4 pm
 
Tea & beverages, snacks and live harp music by Judi Byron
We have 21 art compositions of Belle's hanging in our cafe and children's area. These paintings represent Belle's past six months of work. Iconic Vermont scenes from our communities: Waterbury Center, Stowe, Waitsfield, Bolton Valley and North Hero, Vermont.
 
All the art work is framed and priced to sell. A selection of note cards is also available for sale.
Enjoy the colors of Vermont and bring some light into your winter season!
 
DIGITAL ORGANIZING
How to Organize your Computer Files and Pictures
 
 
Tuesday, February 20th, 11-noon
Is your computer filing system a mess?
Do you have a hard time finding files or pictures?
Do you have duplicates upon duplicates & don’t know how to get rid of files (or if you even should)?
Join us for a tutorial on how to clean up and organize your computer files.
Bring your laptop with you if you have one.
Please call the library at 802-244-7036 or email delia@waterburypubliclibrary.com to register. 
 
Walking the Coast to Coast Path
with Deb Van Schaack & Nancy Custer Carroll
 
Tuesday, February 27th, 6:30-8 pm
 
Deb Van Schaack and Nancy Custer Carroll will share images and stories of their fifteen-day self-guided walk on the 192-mile, unmarked and unofficial Coast-to-Coast Walk across England in September 2017. Through three national parks from the Irish Sea to the North Sea, Deb and Nancy encountered sun, wind, rain, magnificent countryside, thousands of sheep and some very fine folk with whom to walk and share a pint at the end of the day.
 
Fiber Crafternoons
for Adults
Beginning February 7th, Wednesdays from 1:30-3 pm
 
Whether you knit, crochet, spin, needle-felt, quilt or practice another stitchery craft, come join us in the SAL room for our weekly gatherings. Need some help on a project, inspiration or just to be with like-minded folk? It is all about connection and creativity. All levels are welcome, as are fiber crafters of all types. No registration needed. Just show up with your project in hand!
 
 
Children's February Programs
 
 
Story Times begin at 10:15
Note new time.
Babies & ToddlersMondays
PreschoolersThursdays
AB2-Active Body-Active Brain
Thursday, February 15th, 10:15
Books Come to Life with Rachel O'Donald
Music, rhythm instruments & props give learning fun for your 3-6 year old.
 
 
February Maker Series
For Ages 8-11, Tuesdays from 3-4 pm
Please call to register as space is limited. 244-7036
 
Coding for Kids, Scratch Jr., Hopscotch
Tuesday, February 6th
Make your own interactive stories and animations using code from Scratch Jr. and Hopscotch computer programs.
 
Lego Challenge: Valentines
Tuesday, February 13th
Strengthen your STEM muscles and spark your imagination with an abundance of Lego bricks.
 
STRAWBEES
Tuesday, February 20th
Experiment with Strawbees!
Idea cards show how to build a variety of shapes using straws and connectors. The possibilities of free building are endless! Imagination run amok.
Work in teams or alone- your choice.
 
Food for Thought Book Group
 
 
Wednesday, March 21st at 7 pm
NATIONAL BOOK CRITICS CIRCLE AWARD WINNER
NEW YORK TIMES BEST SELLER
A BEST BOOK OF THE YEAR: The New York Times, USA Today, The New Yorker, Los Angeles Times, Washington Post, Chicago Tribune, The Economist, Boston Globe, Newsday, Salon and many others
In a story of hope and longing, three young people set out from the American South during different decades of the 20th Century en route to the North and West in search of what the novelist Richard Wright called "the warmth of other suns."
Ida Mae Brandon Gladney, George Swanson Starling and Robert Joseph Pershing Foster are among the six million African-Americans who fled the South during what would become known as the Great Migration, a watershed in American history. This book interweaves their stories and those of others who made the journey with the larger forces and inner motivations that compelled them to flee, and with the challenges they confronted upon arrival in the New World.
 
Pulitzer Prize winner Isabel Wilkerson devoted 15 years to the research and writing of The Warmth of Other Suns. She interviewed more than 1,200 people, unearthed archival works and gathered the voices of the famous and the unknown to tell the epic story of the Great Migration, one of the biggest underreported stories of the 20th Century and one of the largest migrations in American history.
Wilkerson won the Pulitzer Prize for her work as Chicago Bureau Chief of The New York Times, making her the first black woman in the history of American journalism to win a Pulitzer Prize and the first African-American to win for individual reporting. She has appeared on national programs such as CBS' "60 Minutes," NPR's "Fresh Air" and PBS' "NewsHour" and "Charlie Rose Show." She had taught at Princeton University, Emory University and Boston University and has spoken at more than 100 universities in the United States and in Europe.
 
We still have books available for you to check out.
 
Need Help with Taxes?
 
 
Spotlight on Services
Free Tax Help for Vermonters
Click on the link below for help.
The library will have AARP representatives available to help with your tax preparation.
Intake/Interview forms and sign-ups available at the help desk. No drop-ins please.
 
Staff Picks
Come check out our display table
 
This table is hot. Books are flying off! Changes daily.
 
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