Our inaugural Tween Movie Night on Friday, March 20, 2015, was a big hit! Twelve students in grades 5-8 joined Clare and Melissa for pizza and a showing of Mocking Jay: Part I , the third movie in the Hunger Games series. We are looking forward to hosting more Tween Movie Nights and welcome your […]
Download the NWPL Minutes 3-16-15 PRESENT: Anne Marinello, Ann Sadowsky, Ann Debevoise, Garfield Goodrum, Gennie Lawrence, Courtney Lowe, Jenni Falvey, Emily Boyd, Andy Caffrey, Sarah Roberts, Karen Gilmour, Jen Belton, Librarian. Visitors: Eric Werner, Randy Whatley, from Morgan Stanley. EXCUSED: Peggy Fraser, Gary Horsman. Karen called the meeting to order. Mentioned that both Andy […]
March 2015 Recommendations FICTION An Unsuitable Job for a Woman – PD James– courageous but vulnerable young detective, Cordelia Gray, in a top-rated puzzle of peril that holds you all the way – (Ann) Etta and Otto and Russell and James – Emma Hooper –A literary debut about unlikely heroes, lifelong promises, and last great adventures – (Kathy) […]
The Alphabet House Jussi Adler-Olsen Two pilots, shot down behind enemy lines, attempt to hide as patients in a mental institution where German doctors subject their patients to daily rounds of shock treatments and experimental drugs.
Sapiens a Brief History of Humankind By Yuval Noah Harari One hundred thousand years ago, at least six different species of humans inhabited Earth.. today there is only one-homo sapiens. What happened to the others? And what may happen to us?
The Norman Williams Public Library Board of Trustees met on February 23, 2015. Highlights include Checking account stands at $60,000, which is good for moving forward. Warned that board still needs to raise an additional $54,000 to keep from dipping into the Reserve Fund before year end. This means over and above proceeds from the […]
Bethel Vermont has free “University” courses for the month of March. Click here to learn more.
We love our library’s architecture and place in our community. Now French photographer Franck Bohbot has taken it upon himself to travel the world in search of some of the most beautiful book havens out there and so far has visited Paris and Rome. He plans to travel to Europe and South America, North America […]
We’d like to recognize the extraordinary efforts of our Art Committee: Kathy Fiske, Barbara Bartlett, Bill Ellis, Gina Auriema, Rachel Kahn, and Jennifer Dembinski. Wanting to offer the local community a new venue to exhibit local artwork, the committee conceived of the Gallery on the Mezzanine several years ago. Meeting at least once a month, […]