Vermont Department of Libraries

April 12, 2007

National Library Week

Filed under: National Library Week, Programs & Resources — vtdeptlib @ 12:27 pm

Two things of note for NLW in Vermont: 

Governor Douglas will be at the Brown Public Library in Northfield on Monday, April 16 from 10:15 – 11:00 to kick-off National Library Week, by participating in the library’s story hour and signing the NLW proclamation.  The State Board of Libraries will meet following the ceremony and encourages those attending to stay for all or part of the meeting which will run until approximately 12:30 pm.  The Board would be interested in hearing from you about what is going on in your library.  Hope to see you at the Brown Public Library which is located at 93 S. Main St. (VT Rte 12) in Northfield.

A few weeks ago Debra Edmands, Director of the Fairlee Public Library, offered to compile a list of Who Reads What in Vermont based on submissions from public librarians who were asked to collect a list of 1 or 2 titles of good reads from librarian staff, patrons, trustees, and legislators.   So take a look at Who Read What in Vermont.  If you didn’t get chance to contribute to Debra’s list, feel free to leave a comment here to let us know your picks.



1 Comment »

  1. hi all–well, one of my other trustees gave me a title after i sent her a copy of the list. her name is marie gregory and her pick is “the five people you meet in heaven” by albom. hope you are all enjoying the list. it was fun to do it.

    Comment by Debra Edmands — April 13, 2007 @ 6:09 pm

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