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Programs & Events

Upcoming Events at Windsor Library:

Saturday, October 18th, 9AM, Teen Book Discussion: The Book of Lost Things by John Connolly. Grades 7 and up. See librarian to sign up and get a copy of the book. Free. Windsor Library, 43 State St.

Saturday, October 25th, 10AM, Tree Identification Walk.  Did you know that there are over 160 million ash trees in Vermont?  Would you know how to identify one?  Windsor Public Library is pleased to host Forester Jim Esden on Saturday, October 25th at 10am as he leads a tree identification walk in Windsor.  Jim recently led a presentation on the Emerald Ash Borer and its potential impact on the ash trees in our area.  This program is being held in an effort to assist Windsor officials in preparing for the anticipated impact of forest pests on our community forests.  The walk is open to the public, and all ages are welcome.  Learn to identify the various trees in our community, with a focus on the ash tree.  This walk is intended to be a “tree”mendous learning experience for those volunteers preparing to do an ash tree inventory in Windsor, as well as the casual walker interested in learning more about trees.  We will start at the Library at 10am and then head out rain or shine.  Don’t forget your walking shoes! Free.

Thursday, October 30th, 7PM, Shadows in the Stacks.  Back by popular demand – Join Vermont author and scare-master Joe Citro as he talks about the “odder” side of Vermont life.  Listen to tales of Vermont’s favorite ghosts, monsters, madmen, and mysteries.  Please note: This program will be held in the Library Room of the Snapdragon Inn, 26 Main Street, Windsor.

Politics of Food Book Discussion Group. Cooked by Michael Pollen. *No October meeting* We’ll resume again on Monday November 10th at 7PM with the discussion of Pollan’s book. This group will look at the issues of how and what we eat by exploring the following topics: the history of food, factory farming and the global food trade, the locavore movement, traditional vs. western diets, and the environmental and philosophical differences between a vegetarian diet and eating meat. Please call the library (or email ) if you need a copy of the book. Free. Windsor Library, 43 State St.


Ongoing events:

Genealogy Group.  Join Genealogist Pamm Trask as you and others work to discover your roots. Beginning genealogists are welcome as well as veterans. Bring your questions, your wisdom and even your roadblocks. Windsor Public Library, 43 State Street.

Stuffed Animal Repair! Most Wednesdays, 6:30-7:30PM. Do you have a stuffed animal in need of repair? Your child(ren) – or even the big child in you — can bring in that special friend. Sue Spears, Stuffed Animal Repair Specialist, has many years of experience repairing stuffed animals and is providing this fabulous free service. If it doesn’t need to be repaired, bring it down anyway, let her give it a checkup, get your favorite friend registered, find out more about it, and say “HI”. Please call to confirm the repair specialist will be here on the day you’d like to come. 802-674-6139. Free. Windsor Library, 43 State St.

Preschool Storytime. Wednesdays, 10:30 a.m.
Join us for stories, songs, and crafts. For ages 0-5 with parent or caregiver. Windsor Public Library, 43 State Street.

Afterschool Program. Wednesdays when school is in session, 2:30-3:30 PM.  This program is designed for children in grades K-4, though older students are always welcome to help.  Join us for a book, a snack, and a project.



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