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Norman Williams Public Library

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10 The Green
Woodstock, VT 05091 United States
802-457-2295

Upcoming Events

June 2017
Free

Pre-school Story Time

June 27 @ 10:30 am - 11:15 am
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Event occurs every Tuesday
StorytimeBookowl

A wonderful time for our young readers!

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Free

What To Do With Your Stuff

June 27 @ 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
ham-gillett

Are you confused or cranky about what goes where, and how? Ham Gillett, Program/Outreach Coordinator for the Greater Upper Valley Solid Waste Management District, to the rescue!

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Free

Thursday Afternoon Knitting Group

June 29 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
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Weekly on the same day until June 29, 2017
goodyarnsgroup

All knitters are welcome - from beginners to experts. We will knit together, learn together, and provide each other assistance when needed. Plan to bring your current project, knitting questions or problems, or a pattern to share.

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Free

Play Bridge at Norman Williams!

June 29 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
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Weekly on the same day until June 29, 2017
BridgeHand

The Friends of the NWPL invites bridge players to join us on Thursdays at 4:00 PM at the library. Please contact Peggy Fraser at fraserusa@gmail.com if you are interested!

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July 2017
Free

The Photography of Joanna Garbisch

July 5
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Weekly on the same day until August 9, 2017
scintillanthummingbird

Photographer Joanna Garbisch’s interest in photography started in college when she was handed a Polaroid Camera for an art class. On graduating, she went to work for Polaroid’s color lab in Cambridge, MA. In the early '60s, Dr. Land switched his attention from black and white to color, so in the lab Joanna and colleagues made the developer, positive and negative film from dyes and chemicals supplied by chemists. Within a year she was sent out to test the film…

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Free

The Photography of Joanna Garbisch – Opening Reception

July 7 @ 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
scintillanthummingbird

Photographer Joanna Garbisch’s interest in photography started in college when she was handed a Polaroid Camera for an art class. On graduating, she went to work for Polaroid’s color lab in Cambridge, MA. In the early '60s, Dr. Land switched his attention from black and white to color, so in the lab Joanna and colleagues made the developer, positive and negative film from dyes and chemicals supplied by chemists. Within a year she was sent out to test the film…

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Free

Essential Oils 101 – A Beginners Guide

July 11 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
EssentialOils

Please join Morriah Signor for an interactive, introductory class on Essential Oils and their therapeutic benefits. Learn how to safely buy, apply and kick the chemicals in your home to the curb. There will be free giveaways, essential oil infused snacks and so much more.

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Free

The Photography of Joanna Garbisch

July 12
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Weekly on the same day until August 9, 2017
scintillanthummingbird

Photographer Joanna Garbisch’s interest in photography started in college when she was handed a Polaroid Camera for an art class. On graduating, she went to work for Polaroid’s color lab in Cambridge, MA. In the early '60s, Dr. Land switched his attention from black and white to color, so in the lab Joanna and colleagues made the developer, positive and negative film from dyes and chemicals supplied by chemists. Within a year she was sent out to test the film…

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Free

The Photography of Joanna Garbisch

July 19
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Weekly on the same day until August 9, 2017
scintillanthummingbird

Photographer Joanna Garbisch’s interest in photography started in college when she was handed a Polaroid Camera for an art class. On graduating, she went to work for Polaroid’s color lab in Cambridge, MA. In the early '60s, Dr. Land switched his attention from black and white to color, so in the lab Joanna and colleagues made the developer, positive and negative film from dyes and chemicals supplied by chemists. Within a year she was sent out to test the film…

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Free

Author Reading with Debut Novelist Janet Benton

July 20 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
lilli de jong cover

Come hear Philadelphia author Janet Benton, whose debut novel Lilli de Jong has been called a “monumental accomplishment” (Kirkus Reviews) and “a stunning ode to motherhood” (author Sarah McCoy).

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Free

The Photography of Joanna Garbisch

July 26
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Weekly on the same day until August 9, 2017
scintillanthummingbird

Photographer Joanna Garbisch’s interest in photography started in college when she was handed a Polaroid Camera for an art class. On graduating, she went to work for Polaroid’s color lab in Cambridge, MA. In the early '60s, Dr. Land switched his attention from black and white to color, so in the lab Joanna and colleagues made the developer, positive and negative film from dyes and chemicals supplied by chemists. Within a year she was sent out to test the film…

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August 2017
Free

The Photography of Joanna Garbisch

August 2
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Weekly on the same day until August 9, 2017
scintillanthummingbird

Photographer Joanna Garbisch’s interest in photography started in college when she was handed a Polaroid Camera for an art class. On graduating, she went to work for Polaroid’s color lab in Cambridge, MA. In the early '60s, Dr. Land switched his attention from black and white to color, so in the lab Joanna and colleagues made the developer, positive and negative film from dyes and chemicals supplied by chemists. Within a year she was sent out to test the film…

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Free

The Photography of Joanna Garbisch

August 9
|Recurring Event (See all)
Weekly on the same day until August 9, 2017
scintillanthummingbird

Photographer Joanna Garbisch’s interest in photography started in college when she was handed a Polaroid Camera for an art class. On graduating, she went to work for Polaroid’s color lab in Cambridge, MA. In the early '60s, Dr. Land switched his attention from black and white to color, so in the lab Joanna and colleagues made the developer, positive and negative film from dyes and chemicals supplied by chemists. Within a year she was sent out to test the film…

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