Free in-person help by Vermont Health Connect
On medicaid or Dr. Dynasaur? Did you recently lose your health coverage due to employment change or aging out of parents insurance? Your eligibility may soon be reviewed. To keep coverage, you will need to do a Vermont Health Connect application on-line, by phone or meet with a navigator. If your household income increased, you may need to pick a private health plan and apply for financial assistance. Free in-person help is a vailable Wednesday June 25th at Readsboro Community Library from 10 to noon and at Stamford Community Library Friday June 27th from 11 to 1pm.
Playground Fun Lending Library
Riding your bike or walking over to the library or playground this summer? Check out our new Playground Fun Lending Library! We have lots of fun new equipment Hula hoops, balls, jump ropes, tennis and badminton racquets and more will be available at the library all summer long. Just sign out the item during regular public library hours and return it in good condition by closing time that day!
New College Guides Available
Got a teen in high school? Starting the college search? We just got three new college guides in to help with the process! The new 2014 version of Fiske guide to Colleges, Collegeboard's Book of Majors and The Insider's guide to Colleges have updated our collection for prospective college students! We also have pamphlets available regarding financial aid and the Tuition Break program!
Interested in our Environment, food and water issues ? Join our next meeting of
A,B,C,D,E's Action, Books, Community, Discussion and Engagement!
Let us know if you would be interested in a Seed Saving Library here at Stamford, our next project!
Library closed July 29th - August 1st
The entire building will be closed due to maintenance issues
Because of circumstances beyond our control with building maintenance issues the library will be closed Tuesday July 28th through Friday August 1st. The library will reopen on Saturday august 2nd. We are sorry for the inconvenience. Please visit us soon and take out extra books to tide you over this break!
Wonder by R.J. Palacio
Come in and check out a copy of this years Vermont Reads book, Wonder by R.J. Palacio. This book won the Dorothy Canfield Fisher award this year. It is a great book for young adults on up and I hope to have mixed ages at our discussion groups! I encourage adults to read this wonderful book about a twelve year old boy with facial deformities trying to make friends in middle school. It is told with insight and humor through his eyes as well as his sister and his friends. There will also be a combined program this Fall with a Drury High School English class and a Stamford middle school class to get together for a discussion and project related to the issues in the book. .
FIZZ BOOM READ
SUMMER READING AND SCIENCE FUN
Anytime this summer, check out a book or DVD from our science cart and receive a FREE ICE CREAM coupon from Friendlys. Record your summer science exploration and turn in your log at the end of the summer for more cool prizes! While you are at the library make sure to visit our science corner for some neat hands on science activities!
Thursday June 26th 10:30 am - Join us for some fun mad science experiments with special guest school cook Patty Erdeski for some edible science.
Thursday July 10th- Science of flight with live birds brought by Michael Clough from the Southern Vermont Natural History Museum.
Tuesday July 22nd 10:30 at the Readsboro Community Library- Rutland Summer Theater performs The Race to Save the World.
Stamford Community Library Board of Trustees Meeting
July 15th 5pm
1. Call to Order
2. Review Carpet Options
3. Begin planning logistics for re-carpeting procedure
4. close meeting
Stamford Community Library
Board of Trustees
Meeting of July 15, 2014 (unapproved)
Present: Caroline Burch, Pat Burton and Judith Holmgren.
Call to order at 5:10 pm.
Brief meeting to move forward decisions about re-carpeting and painting the library prior to school opening the end of August.
Trustees reviewed carpet options and came to consensus on the selection: Garden Bench. This will be approved by the full vote of the board over the next week.
Trustees also did a preliminary assessment of what will be involved in removing bookcases, books and other materials from the library to facilitate the carpeting. Burch will draw up a preliminary plan, with input from Community Librarian Trisha Carlson and School Librarian Carol Ethier-Kipp, for the procedure to accomplish this.
Trustees also need to secure volunteers for the move and the painting, prior to the new carpet being laid down. Trustees will talk to individuals who might be willing to help.
Meeting adjourned at 5:45.
Respectfully submitted,Caroline Burch, chairman
Thursday 4pm - 8pm
Friday 11am -3pm
Our mission is to promote the enrichment of civic and personal life in the community by providing access to educational, recreational and technological resources in the library as well as through the internet and interlibrary loan.
Check out our new titles!
We are always adding new books to our shelves! Thanks to our book lease program, generous donations and our regular orders, we've got what you want to read. If you can't find what you are looking for please let us know and we can order it through inter library loan!
Our latest new arrivals include...
We've got the Divergent Series by Veronica Roth!
Power Play Danielle Steel
Natchez Burning David Baldacci
Blossom Street Brides Debbie Macomber
Cavendon Hall Barbara Taylor Bradford
Chestnut Street Maeve Binchy
50 Children Steven Pressman
New Life, No Instructions Gail Caldwell
Things A Little Bird Told Me Biz Stone
I've Got You Under My Skin Mary Higgins Clark
Where Courage Calls Oke
Bully Pulpit Theodore Roosevelt Goodwin
Valley of Amazement Tan
Reason I Jump Higashida
Dirty Love Dubois
Command Authority Clancy
Cross My Heart Patterson
David and Goliath Gladwell
Forget Me Not Michaels Lawrence in Arabia Anderson
George Washingtons Secret 6 Pesua
Destiny is here!
We have a new automation system that is now going to be available to view from your home! Now you can view our catalog and see what is available online! To set up a password to look at your own checkouts please call or stop by the library!
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