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Royalton Memorial Library Book Club
The Green Mountain State is filled with provoking stories about indigenous peoples, multi-generational families, hardships endured from the land, and more. Royalton Memorial Library is hosting a book club on Vermont authors and their incredible stories. Will include fiction and non-fiction titles.
Come read and discuss some of the most intriguing topics that are not only relevant to Vermonters and New Englanders alike, but to the times we live in today.
The group is meeting on April 28th @ 6:00 P.M. and will read Under A Wing, by Reeve Lindbergh.
Check out our book list here: http://www.royaltonlibrary.org/royalton-memorial-library-2021-book-club/.
To sign up for the book club or to place a hold on a specific title Email email@example.com or call (802)-763-7094 today!
Royalton Memorial Library joins with Vermont RETAIN to present our Reading Works Program! Life is rarely ever simple and work can be hard at times. Support and answers to our questions hardly ever just fall out of the sky – but sometimes they can be found in a book.
Reading Works is a new monthly program that focuses on issues that may make it hard to work – anxiety, back pain, and depression for example. Each month we put aside books and materials for you on a certain topic. Royalton Memorial Library will also be hosting a book club each month where we will talk about the monthly topic affecting our community. To top it off, we bring in a community resource at the end of the month to bring a certain skill-set to the table.
This month’s topic is PTSD and Trauma, and we will be focusing on Phil Kay’s collection of short stories called Redeployment.
STEP 1: You can choose from a list of titles, one or more if you’re interested. We have set copies aside for this month. Just ask the librarian for your options!
STEP 2: Feel free to also join our remote book club. They will be offered on April 15th and April 29th 2021 at 6:00 – 7:00PM.
STEP 3: Next we will bring in Peg Kerouac, Co-Author and Counseling Consultant for (2003) Aftermath: In the Wake of Murder, on April 22nd for a discussion via Zoom at 6:00 PM.
If you are interested in a specific title or event call or email our librarian at 763-7094 or firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up!
Ms. Paula is back with stories and crafts!
We are excited to announce that our Story Time star, Ms. Paula, is hosting online Story Time events every Thursday with special stories, music and crafts. Ms. Paula also provides a simple craft for toddlers and preschoolers each week. The kits will be available for pick up at the library Thursday afternoons after 1:00 PM, while supplies last. Click here to view Storytime on our website.
Online Fiber Crafts Group third Tuesday of the month, 6:00-8:00 pm
SoRo Fiber Crafters invites you to join our next gathering via Zoom. Whether you rug-hook, spin, weave, knit, crochet, felt, or sew, we would love to see you there. Grab your current project and join us for a chat and see what everyone’s been working on. View our calendar for meeting dates.
Email email@example.com for more information. Free and open to the public.
Every other Thursday, Online Dungeons and Dragons
Want to get involved in a realm full of fantastic adventures and dubious intrigue? Dungeons and Dragons could be the game for you. Royalton Memorial Library plans on holding One-Shot bite-sized adventures bi-weekly that anyone can pop in and join. Contact Tyler Strong firstname.lastname@example.org. View our calendar for meeting dates.
Need Tech Help?
New to ordering books online? Want some pointers? Want to join online events but not sure how?
Please call us at 802-763-7094 or email the library and we will be happy to help you. email@example.com
In addition to our curbside services, the following services are available:
- WiFi available outside the building; we ask patrons to respect safe social distancing and remain in their vehicles to use this service. Please respect our neighbors; park along Safford Street rather than Alexander Place. Please do not block driveways and stay only as long as needed.
- Patrons can make use of the e-book and e-audiobooks available through the Green Mountain Library Consortium service. Call 802-763-7094 if you have any questions about the service.
- Vermont Online Library. VOL covers everything from newspaper article to do-it-yourself car repair. The VOL can help with any topic. Available free for all Vermonters and has options for all ages from elementary school through adult. Read more
- In Universal Class, create your own personal account to take online classes on topics ranging from bookkeeping to photography. Prepare to be an engaged learner! Click here for registration instruction.
- Learning Express. LearningExpress library is a deep and broad tool that has something for everyone, from elementary school homework help, prep for the Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) exam, nursing and medical testing prep, job interview and resume writing, computer skills, SAT, LSAT, and GRE test prep, to interactive tools to help someone choose a career.
Patrons can contact the library for access to these programs. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone 802-763-7094, Tuesday thru Friday from 12:00 PM to 6:00 PM.
Check this website, our Facebook page, or call 802-763-7094 for updates and additional information. We continue to be grateful to the community for their support and their understanding during this difficult time.
VTLIB has created a COVID-19 resource page that features links to the VT Department of Health, CDC, etc., as well as to printable resources and webinars. Click here to view resource page. This page will update as new resources and questions emerge.