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This group is open to all and meets, on average, every 5 weeks. No need to register; just pick up a book at the library beforehand and then join the discussion!
The books on the reading list until Fall 2016 are as follows:
Cat’s Eye by Margaret Atwood discussion date 2/5/2016
Daughter of Fortune by Isabel Allende discussion 3/18/2016
Confederacy of Silence by Richard Rubin discussion 4/29/2016
Saving Fish from Drowning by Amy Tan discussion 6/3/2016
Growing Up by Russell Baker discussion 7/8/2016
Digging to America by Ann Tyler discussion 8/12/2016
A Stranger in the Kingdom by Howard Frank Mosher discussion 9/23/2016
Patrons can “check out” a park pass for free entry into Vermont State Historic Sites, Vermont State Parks and the Brattleboro Museum & Art Center as well as Hildene-The Lincoln Family Home. Ask for one at the Library’s front desk.
On the first Saturday of every month at 10:30am in the Children’s Room, we read stories, sing songs and do simple crafts. Bring your little one and join us for a half hour of fun!
Mais oui! **French Conversation classes are taking a short break and will resume in the late summer 2016** – If you’d like to practice your French in an informal setting, along with other beginning and intermediate French speakers, join our little group! We meet in the Gallery. Attendance will remain flexible – come once in a while or come every week – whatever suits your schedule.
Take A Walk!
One of the many ways in which the Robert L. Crowell family has supported The Moore Free Library over the years has been the acquisition and gift to us of a seven-acre parcel of undeveloped land on South Wardsboro Road a short distance from the Library. The acreage, which serves as a wildlife sanctuary and teaching resource, is open to the community in all seasons free of charge. We invite you to walk or snowshoe on this lovely piece of Vermont landscape.