Throughout the year the library offers programs and events such as:
Story Hour every Thursday at 10am for toddlers and preschoolers
Book Club for adults
Exploration Station science activities for children pre-k–3rd grade
Art in the Library exhibitions and receptions
Foreign language discussion groups
The theme of our 2017 Summer Reading Program is Build a Better World. Click here for the complete schedule!
Read the letter for parents and families about Summer Reading!
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The library will be collaborating with the POP Club during our Summer Reading Program. This program will take place at the market on the South Royalton Green, not at the library.
In case of bad weather the event will take place at the South Royalton School Café.
This event is the fifth in a 9-week long series of Summer Reading events at the library. Visit our website to view a full schedule at royaltonlibrary.org
This event is the third in a 9-week long series of Summer Reading events at the library. Visit our website to view a full schedule at royaltonlibrary.org
This event is the second in 9-week long series of Summer Reading programs at the Royalton Memorial Library. View the full schedule on our website, royaltonlibrary.org
This month's theme is "free build with story!"
Theresa Manning's three hooked rugs, which are displayed prominently over the library fireplace, are a natural starting point of the exhibit. Four additional hooked-rug pieces are contributed to the display by Gisèle Mac Harg, who "has been enjoying the traditional craft of rug hooking for about 10 years." Other artwork in the display includes Cynthia Dalrymple's three brilliantly-colored quilts. Jo Levasseur's "The Moon in Conjunction with Venus and Mars" chalk pastel (pictured above) imagines a moon- and star-lit sky. Stuart Levasseur's "Maidstone Lake" watercolor (pictured above) features green summer trees around a placid Northeast Kingdom lake. Sage Lewis contributed two watercolors depicting folds of fabric and three abstract photographic prints.