Santa is returning to the library to visit our kids – Saturday, December 9th at 10:30am!
He will read his favorite story and hand out presents.
Bob Zentz and Jeanne McDougall Zentz return to Moore Free Library for a concert of folk music and “edu-tainment” on Friday, October 20 at 7pm. Bob is a singer of songs about people, places and times gone by, a teller of the tales behind the songs he sings and a scholar of the evolution of homemade music. From traditional Celtic ballads and sea chanteys to science fiction songs and poetry set to music, the evening’s selections will be chosen from Bob’s vast repertoire of more than 2,000 songs. Bob brings to every performance a variety of instruments ranging from the more common guitar and concertina to the more unusual hurdy-gurdy and his one inch harmonica. Bob and Jeanne effortlessly weave vocals, instruments, anecdotes, humor, humanity and history into an evening of pure musical fun and entertainment.
Admission : $15 for adults $12 for seniors/students
Don’t forget! The Friends of the Library annual Book Sale is Saturday, September 30th from 9am to 4pm. This year is the 25th anniversary of this fabulous book sale.
Start your holiday shopping early by stopping in at Union Hall on West Street in Newfane. Over 2500 titles, some “like new” will be available to you.
This is the major fundraiser for Friends of the Moore Free Library and will benefit their efforts to further improve library spaces and programming. Please call the Library 802-365-7948 or email email@example.com for more information.
Gerarde “Jay” Doucette
August 1 through 30
Reception : Saturday August 5th ; 1 to 3 pm
Please join us in the Crowell Gallery this August as we present works by Gerarde Doucette. Gerarde is a graduate of Vesper George School of Art, he studied life drawing at the Copley and attended the Museum School. His work history as an illustrator, visual merchandiser and interior designer is evident in his work. He is now a fulltime painter, instructor, custom framer and fine arts conservator.
Gerarde’s exhibit will consist of figurative, trompe l’oeil, and architectural works as well as works from the past. Recently, Gerarde’s focus has been on trompe l’oeil; i.e. “to fool the eye”, an art that has traditionally been an oil painter’s genre. His interest is to address this subject with watercolor, arguably a much more difficult medium with little to no forgiveness. The works from the past are insight to his artistic evolution.
Robert L. Crowell Art Gallery admission is free and open to the public.
Gallery Hours: Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday: 1 – 5 pm; RThursday: 2 – 7 pm ; Saturday: 10am – 1 pm
Intensive improv comedy workshop from JULY 5 – 6 – 7 from
2pm to 4pm 1PM TO 3PM each day. The cost is $15 per day per student, with an additional $10 for the culminating performance. The workshop is open to ages 8 to 99. Students will be taught the foundations of improv, and will have the opportunity to deliver a fast-paced short form performance. Make time on your summer schedule for this fun activity! Invite your friends! Make it a family event!
Improv instructor, Caitlin Baker, is a middle school teacher from Natick, MA. She is also a cast member of ComedyCazi, independent sketch and improv troupe that performs in Davis Square.
Caitlin grew up in Brattleboro, and was active in both the BUHS theatre department and the New England Youth Theater. She holds a BA in theater and a M.Ed. in secondary education from UMass Amherst. Her theater credits include The New Renaissance Players and the Hampshire Shakespeare Company. For the past two years she has been studying improvisation with Pam Victor of Happier Valley Comedy and recently at ImprovBoston.
Please call the Library, 365-7948 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to register or to obtain further information.
Invasion of the Alien Bugs!
Back by popular demand! Well, not the bugs but the program!
June 8th, Thursday 7pm to 8pm – for all ages
This FREE program is about the threat that the Asian Longhorned Beetle, Emerald Ash Borer and Hemlock Woolly Adelgid are to Vermont’s trees and economy.
Learn how to identify these three major pests (samples of dead bugs), how to identify signs of their presence, how to help prevent infestations caused by the movement of firewood, and what to do if you see one of the invaders.
Hand-outs to help in identification will be available for all participants to take home. Bug tattoos for everyone!
This program will be led by Carolyn & Gary Katz, with materials and information gleaned from a University of Vermont Extension Service seminar.