Saturday, February 15, 2014

February And March Programs at Weathersfield Proctor Library

February and March

at your Library

Happy Valentine's Day everyone!   Thank you to everyone who came out on a cold winter's night for the Library Expansion Project Information Night.  If you missed that evening please do stop by the library for a tour, to view the expansion plans, and ask questions.  There will be a short information meeting at approximately 7:30pm on Town Meeting night March 3, 2014 at the Weathersfield School.  Town Meeting night begins with a review of the school budget at 6:30pm.

Come to the library and learn how to Zentangle, discover Giant Mantas during February school vacation, learn about a Lakota reservation and prayer for the earth horseback ride, and meet Clifford the Big RED Dog!

COMING THIS SPRING!  A book return in Perkinsville!  Thank you to the library's special valentines Carol Peebles, a library patron and June French, manager of Downer's Corner Store (Jiffy Mart). June is offering the library space inside the store to put a small book return.  Stay tuned
Friends of the Library meeting on Thursday March 12, 2014 at 7:00 pm at the library. The Friends raise funds for programming events and special projects. All members are welcome at meetings to share ideas and vote on upcoming projects. Annual dues start at just $2.00 a year!  Are you a Friend of the Library?


Special February School Vacation Program
Discover the Giant Mantas
Wed February 19 at 11:00 am
with Pizza!

Join us for an undersea adventure with photographer Nancy Nutile-McMenemy as she and her husband travel 240 miles south of the Mexican Baha Peninsula to the remote Revillagigedo Islands (Soccorro Islands) in search of the Giant Mantas. Some call these islands the "Little Galapagos" for their rich and diverse marine life. Nutile-McMenemy has been photographing the underwater world for almost 9 years and has only encountered one Giant Manta on one dive in the Galapagos many years ago. Travel with us on this journey of "Discovering the Giant Mantas" through her images and videos. All ages welcome.
 The talk will be held at the Weathersfield Proctor Library. For more information please call 802-674-2863 or visit  Pizza will be served. The event is free and open to the public but donations towards the library's expansion project will be greatly appreciated.

Library Board of Trustees Meeting the third Thursday of each month. Next regular monthly meeting on January 16th at 7:00pm at the library. Open to the public.

Introduction to Zentangle
Saturday February 22, 2014 at 1:00 pm
Discover Zentangle®, an easy to learn method of creating beautiful images from structured patterns. Fun and relaxing,Zentangle helps increase focus and creativity, provides artistic satisfaction and an increased sense of personal well being and calm. A wonderful practice for both non-artist and artist alike, if you can write your name, you can create magical art!  Materials provided in this hands-on introductory workshop.
Sadelle Wiltshire, a Certified Zentangle® Teacher (CZT), has long been a fiber and mixed media artist, teacher and web developer. She enjoys playfully creating, teaching and finding artistic ways to work 'outside the box'. In both her art and technical teaching, Sadelle loves to encourage, enable and empower her students.
Ann Coakley, MSW, is also a Certified Zentangle® Teacher (CZT). Her creative passion has long been expressed in artisan baking and playful cooking. Over the last 25 years, working with youth has been central to her work, both in and out of the kitchen. She holds a Master's in Social Work and loves to connect people to finding creative paths to empowerment and nurturing their spirits.

Age 12 and up welcome. Space is limited and sign up is required for this class.  For more information please or call 802-674-2864.
Adventures on the Lakota (Sioux) Reservation, South Dakota 
Wednesday February 26, 2014 at 6:30 pm
Kate Adams journeyed to Pine Ridge Reservation last summer to learn from Lakota horsemen and assist with the Youth Sobriety Horseback Ride. She was invited to join Lakota horsemen riding and camping 150 miles across the reservation, a riding prayer for protection of the earth from the XL pipeline. At the onset of her return to the reservation in October, she was stranded for five days with a native cattle rancher during a killer blizzard. Kate is a photojournalist, educator and horsewoman who resides at the base of Mt Ascutney, Vermont. Come see photo images and hear stories of Kate's adventures. The Weathersfield Proctor Library is located at 5181 Route 5 Ascutney, VT. For more information visit or call 802.674.2863
Support Weathersfield Future

Visit  the WPL Expansion Website

VOTE March 4, 2014


Comes to the
Weathersfield Proctor Library
on Wednesday March 5, 2014
for a special storytime at 3:00pm

Clifford gets to town a little early so watch for him around town on
March 3rd & 4th! 

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