If you haven’t seen me around Woodstock, or in the library this week, there’s a good reason for that. This week I write to you from the New England Library Leadership Symposium in North Andover, Massachusetts. I had the great honor to be one of three Vermont library directors selected to attend this symposium. I […]
It has been a very busy summer at the library in general, and in the Children’s Room in particular. The annual Summer Reading challenge began mid-June and continued through the end of July. During this six-week period, 101 children, aged 5 to 14, signed up for the program, which entailed meeting a daily reading goal […]
The Library is pleased to open its doors for longer hours this summer. Come in on Tuesday evenings. We are now open from 10 am until 8pm! On Saturdays we are now open 10 am to 5pm.
Brooke Herter James, author of Why Did the Farmer Cross the Road?, will be reading her book and talking about how the story came to be, on Friday, July 28 at 11 AM on the Mezzanine. It all started one summer afternoon when her donkey quite unexpectedly showed up on the kitchen stoop! Ms. James […]
Library staff, trustees, patrons, and the whole town is making sure the director of the library gets a warm “Woodstock style” welcome. Amanda Merk, the library’s new executive director, arrived on July 10, and she is already well on her way to meeting everyone in Woodstock! Trustees and staff got to know Amanda better at a […]
NWPL Children’s Library Closing for a Week How exciting! Thanks to an incredibly generous donor, we are able to refresh the Children’s Library with new paint and carpeting! The Children’s Room (ONLY) will be closed for one week from Monday, March 27 through Saturday, April 1 for this welcome update. Access to the Children’s collection […]