Writing workshops, book clubs, and more!!
Annual Fall Fundraiser
Our annual fundraiser returns this Halloween! Treat yourself to a delicious meal for a good cause! The library will be serving up homemade chicken stew and a delicious red lentil soup at its annual Fall fundraiser on Sunday, October 31, from 1 pm to 5 pm – (or until we run out).
We will be offering the dishes via. curbside pickup. You can place a pre-order now by calling, emailing, or using our online signup form below! Orders will be ready for you when you arrive! You can also place an order in person on the day of, however we will only be serving while supplies last! Pay with cash, or check at pickup, or pay by card when you pre-order.
To place an order email firstname.lastname@example.org OR call 763-7094 OR fill out theonline order form here.
Chicken stew – 8.00
A homemade stew rich in flavor with chicken, potatoes, peas, pearl onions, and carrots. Seasoned with a dash of salt, pepper, and garlic. Yum!
Red Lentil soup – 8.00
A hearty vegetable based soup with sauteed onions,and garlic. Seasoned with cumin, salt, pepper, cayenne, and then rounded out by simmering carrots, and red lentils in a vegetable broth. This wonderful dish is then finished with lemon juice and cilantro!
*Each option is served with wonderful homemade bread. Gluten free bread will be offered as well!
We will also be offering cookies and brownies by donation!
Royalton Memorial Library Book Club
Royalton Memorial Library continues our Epistolary Book Club our series with timeless classic Frankenstein, by Mary Shelley. Come read the pivotal title that influenced the entire world of science fiction, and created one of the most ubiquitous misnomers in history. Because, while many of us are familiar with the story, I’m sure there are some that still ask the question: Who is Frankenstein anyways?
Royalton Memorial Library will also be holding a movie night where we watch the 1931 titular classic Frankenstein, directed by James Whale. Witness the great Boris Karloff as the re-animated monster in one of the iterations of the age old story!
The group will be meeting at the library on October 27th, 6:00 PM at the library. Zoom links will be available upon request.
Check out the 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!
And in October We’ll Have:
10/13 – Movie Night: Frankenstein (1931) – 6 pm
10/27 – Book Discussion: Frankenstein by Mary Shelley @ 6:00 PM
All events are free and open to the public.Events subject to change; check RoyaltonLibrary.org or our Facebook page for the most up-to-date schedule.
Check below for more of our awesome programs and services!
Story times and crafts galore!
We are excited to announce that Royalton Memorial Library will be hosting a special Story Time every Thursday with special stories, music and crafts. If you would like you can also request a craft kit, and we will set one out for you for pick up at the library, 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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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 Librar is looking for players and Game Masters to help build our adventure group which takes place bi-weekly. All are encouraged and anyone can pop in to play. Contact Tyler Strong email@example.com. 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. firstname.lastname@example.org
We are operating in person, however we will continue to offer curbside services as well as the following services to help you out in your day to day!
Of course we have books, and lots of ’em!
Our collection includes:
– DVDs (children and adults)
– Audio books
– Passes to select Vermont State Parks, Museums, and Historic Sites
Come by the library and check out our great collection, and if you have a more specific request when you get here – just let us know!
Royalton Memorial Library also provides patrons access to WiFi inside and outside the building, printing, scanning and photocopy services, digital and online resources, and computers for patrons to use. The library charges .25 cents per page.
- 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: email@example.com 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.