Sponsored by the State Library of North Carolina and Wake Forest University
is now open for enrollment.
The classes are free and open to anyone to attend.
RootsMOOC is a free, open, online course and a friendly introduction to family history research in the U.S. using commonly available sources.
Click on the following link for more information.
for songs, stories and fun.
MONDAYS @ 10:30am
Through Universal Class™ & the VT Department of Libraries, any patron with a valid library card can choose from hundreds of free courses offered for the enrichment and benefit of all through continued education.
Every Pimsleur course is available for a two-week loan period, and each is transferable to your iPod or other mp3 audio device.
Thursday, April 9th, 2015
@ 5pm in the library to discuss
WE TOOK TO THE WOODS
Louise Dickinson Rich
In her early thirties, Louise Dickinson Rich took to the woods of Maine with her husband. They found their livelihood and raised a family in the remote back country settlement of Middle Dam, in the Rangeley area. Rich made time after morning chores to write about their lives. WE TOOK TO THE WOODS is an adventure story, written with humor, but it also portrays a cherished dream awakened into full life. First published 1942.
This is an adult only group. If young people are interested in starting a separate group please contact Jean at the library.
Polly has just finished knitting her first vest and we're so proud of her!
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