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Look here for local non-profit organizations to announce their events and information as well as ongoing activities in the area. For complete event listings see our calendar here.

Thompson Center Happenings
Sign up now for fall classes at the Thompson Center. Choose from French, Italian, Chair yoga, Strength and Fitness, T’ai Chi, trips, evenings out and more.
Beading Bee to Support our Troops. Thursday, 12/2. 1:15 p.m. We will be making earrings of pretty sparkling, tiny red white and blue Swarovski Crystal on sterling silver wires: Christmas “Troop Trees.” The proceeds from these bead-ing events are donated to the Vermont National Guard Family Programs. Cost of the Bee is $15 and includes all materials, gift box and very simple instructions that you will need.
Wellness Clinic with VNA nurse Doug Davies. Tuesday, Monday Dec. 6. Blood pressure, glucose, cholesterol screenings. Walk in 10-Noon.
New Recreational Fitness Program offering personal train-ing. Call for more details. Diana Leskovar 457-3277 ext. 21.
Call 457-3277 to receive our newsletter and learn more about our programs for adults of all ages.

Silent Auction Benefit For VVSA
Vermont Volunteer Services for Animals Silent Auction on Sunday Dec 13 at 10:30am – 1:30 p.m. to be held at a Special Wassail Brunch at Melaza Caribbean Bistro By Chef David Diaz
Place Bids Early at: Norman Williams Library
Dec. 2 Thursday, 3 Friday, 4 Saturday at Melaza Carib-bean Bistro Dec. 10 Friday, 11 Saturday, 12 Sunday (Log onto for a detailed list of items for auction)
Auction: 10:30am – Brunch (Place final bids 1/2 hr before end of Brunch) Winners announced immediately afterwards
Do Your Christmas Shopping and Support a Great Cause for Paws!

Ski Runners Need Instructors
Woodstock Ski Runners (WSR) is looking for volunteer instructors for its Friday Learn to Ski Program. All levels from beginner to advanced instructors needed. WSR is also looking for beginner level snowboarding instructors. Friday program dates are: January 7,14,21,28, February 4, 11, March 4, March 11. Instructors who volunteer with the program can ski free every Friday the program is in ses-sion!
Registration open for all Woodstock Ski Runners’ Pro-grams – Registration is open for all Woodstock Ski Run-ners’ Programs, including Alpine, Nordic, All Mountain and Friday Program.
If you are interested please contact: Alita Wilson, (802) 457-2971, More information about the Friday program and Volunteer Instructor registration forms can be found at

Woodstock Ski Fundraiser
WSR is having its annual wreath sale that benefits over 400 area children in the racing and Friday “Learn-To-Ski” programs. These gorgeous wreaths come decorated (un-decorated at request) with pinecones, berries and a velvet bow in 12″ ($20), 24″, 36″ and 48″ sizes. Garland is avail-able in 10-yard lengths ($54). New this year are paper-white bulb kits, 4 large bulbs with pot and soil ($10). Place your orders now by calling Melissa at 457-1117 or

King’s Daughters Christmas Project
The King’s Daughters Annual Christmas Project is under way. With generous community support, members of the organization are gathering items to be given to local (Bar-nard, Bridgewater, Pomfret, Plymouth, and Wood-stock) families in need at Christmas time. Gifts of holiday cheer will be given in the form of food boxes of turkey, ham or chicken dinners, toys for the young, gifts for teens, as well as gifts and visits to area shut-ins. Anyone who has reserved a gift box is reminded to pick it up at our new location, the Masonic Temple, in Woodstock on December 22nd, between 9am and noon, or arrange for someone to pick it up for you. Those wishing to make someone’s holi-day a little brighter may contribute to this project by send-ing a check, payable to King’s Daughters, to help with the project’s expenses. The address is 9104 Dana Road, Woodstock, VT 05091
Please call Bev Kinne at 457-1078 or Gail Dougherty at 457-2694 with questions.


Woodstock Phone Directory
The 2010-2011 Woodstock Telephone Directory has been distributed to all postal addresses in Woodstock, South Woodstock, Taftsville, South Pomfret and North Pomfret. Anyone who has not received a Directory or would like additional copies may purchase a Directory at either the Woodstock Pharmacy or Shire Apothecary for a cost of $5.00 per book or write to: Judy Wiggin, Woodstock Learn-ing Trust, PO Box 28, Woodstock, VT 05091.
The following listings should be added or corrected in
this year’s Directory:
Steve and Paige Hiller, 19 Mountain Ave. 457-9203
Fred & Mary Hundertmark, Rt 4 West Woodstock 457-3309 and 457-4039
John and Patsy (Patricia) Mathews, 10 North St. 457-2087
Krit Maxham- delete computer line 457-2499
Fred & Peggy Merrill, 25 High Street 457-3332
H & P Schwenk, 40 Elm St. 457-2031 and Totman Hill, So. Pomfret 457-2033

‘Recollections of World War II’
Recollections of World War II: Veterans from the Wood-stock Area is a compilation of excerpts from over 40 oral history interviews with local veterans. This book is now available at the Woodstock History Center. For further de-tails, call (802) 457-1822.

Life in Windsor County DVD on Sale
Interested in learning more about the history of Windsor County? The recently released DVD “Life in Windsor County” is now available at the Woodstock History Center for $15.00. This documentary features historic photo-graphs, local people sharing stories, and much more. For further details, call (802) 457-1822.

Nursery School Taking Registrations
The Woodstock Nursery School, a morning preschool program for 3 and 4 year olds, is currently taking registra-tions for the 2010/2011 school years. The program fosters whole-child development through active, age-appropriate exploration of the world around us. For more information please call Andrea Farrington at (802) 457-1439 or email

Information On 4-H Club
4-H is an awesome learning experience with many oppor-tunities to build public speaking and leadership skills. The Upwey Equestrian 4-H Club is now accepting new mem-bers – boys or girls between the ages of 8 and 18. Activi-ties include horses, crafts, stage presentations, quiz bowls, community service, and more. For more information, con-tact Sonja Blanchard at 457-2608 or Terri DeDell at 457-3773.

Tools For Schools Program At WES
Again this year the Woodstock Elementary School is par-ticipating in the “Tools for Schools” program with Price Chopper and looking for your help! Please register your Price Chopper advantage Card either at the information desk in the store or on line at you only need register your card once and each time your card is used Woodstock Elementary School will receive points towards equipment for the school. Our school code is #13984. If you have questions please call Leanne Chynoweth at 457-3454.

Woodstock Community Food Shelf
The Woodstock Community Food Shelf, located at Meadow Maxham Way, is open Mondays from 4-6 p.m., Wednesdays from 1-3 p.m., and Saturdays from 10 a.m. to noon. Donations of food may be dropped off during those times. Check cans and packages for expiration dates, please, as out-of-date food cannot be used. The telephone number is 802-457-1185.

Chamber Seeks Volunteers
The Woodstock Area Chamber of Commerce is seeking volunteers to help staff the Information Booth on the Village Green, 7 days a week from July through October. Flexible shifts. Must enjoy working with the public. Training pro-vided. Please call 457-3555 to apply or email

Opportunities To Sing For ProMusica
ProMusica Chamber Choir, a 16-member advanced cho-ral ensemble specializing in the performance practice of renaissance, baroque, and classical choral repertoires, is interviewing experienced singers for positions in all voice parts, particularly alto, tenor and baritones.
All experienced singers are welcome to contact the di-rector, Robert Lee Adams at for more information and to set up a telephone interview. He is also looking for children and young adults to sing in the St. James’ Boy and Girl Choir. The choir rehearses on most Sundays from 4-6 p.m. with occasional Sunday Morning commitments, and sing-aways or tours.
Singers of all levels are invited to apply.

Free Firewood
Do you need some free firewood to help you heat your home during the upcoming cold days and nights? Call Change the World Kids at 457-2622 and we will help you.

Library Seeks Volunteers
The NWPL needs volunteers to help cover the reference desk on Saturdays as well as volunteers to help plan and put up holiday decorations and other displays throughout the year. We are also looking for teens and adults to write anonymous book reviews to be published on Facebook and in our Between the Stacks newspaper column. Contact our volunteer coordinator, Kathleen, for a volunteer appli-cation or Nik for information about Reference Desk work and book reviews. 802-457-2295 or

Three Dog Book Club Returns
The Three Dog Book club (3DBC) will meet at the book-shop on Thursday afternoons beginning in October. Log onto or e-mail Donna at or call 457-2411 for details.

Hand In Hand Community Meals
Area residents and visitors are encouraged to join the “Hand In Hand” free community meal each Thursday from 5-7 p.m. in the social hall of the North Universalist Chapel, 7 Church Street, Woodstock. Hand In Hand is dedicated to community growth and development in Woodstock and the surrounding communities. We have different dinner themes weekly. 12/02 Hannukah, 12/09 Sophia Loren,12/16 Mu-nich, 12/23 Christmas and 12/30 Happy New Year.
Donations accepted. For information or to volunteer, call 802-457-9272.

Join The Cub Scouts
First through fifth grade boys are invited to join the fun of Cub Scouting with Pack 220. Activities include hiking, mak-ing crafts, camping, playing sports, racing Pinewood Derby cars, fishing, etc. For more information contact Cubmaster Kristopher Blanchard at 484-5539.

Kids Can Help
For help with something around your home or property that you cannot accomplish yourself, the Change the World Kids are ready to assist. This energetic group of teenagers dedicated to making the world a better place, are happy to help for free. Call 802-457-2622 or write or

Mentoring Program Seeks Volunteers
The Shining Light Mentoring Program is a community-based school-mentoring program operated by the Ottau-quechee Community Partnership and the Windsor Central Supervisory Union. The program connects students from the Woodstock Union Middle School and High School with positive adult roles models from the community. At the moment we more students than we have mentors avail-able. We are interested in having mentors of all ages and of a variety of backgrounds. To learn more about the Shin-ing Light Mentoring Program, contact Jackie Fischer at Ottauquechee Community Partnership, 32 Pleasant Street, 802-457-2679 or via e-mail at or visit

HIRS Helps Find Caregivers
The Martha Lussier Health Information & Referral Serv-ice (HIRS) matches experienced caregivers with those who are seeking in-home health care. HIRS has a grant to help families in the greater Woodstock area pay for critical short-term in-home care. These funds are intended to help families pay caregivers while they work out longer-term arrangements. Inquiries should be directed to Lynne Tracy, HIRS coordinator, at 457-3478. There is never a charge for information or referrals. Applicants can be assured of pri-vacy.

Thompson Center Services
The Thompson Center offers various activities and classes throughout the week. Call the Thompson Center at 457-3277 or visit for more information.
Medical & Shopping Ride Service offered at The Thomp-son Shuttle Service to Upper Valley Area: This service provides rides to Upper Valley hospitals and shopping cen-ters, supplementing our existing twice-weekly shuttle to Woodstock Village merchants. Anyone can take advantage of this free service. Call Rebecca Griggs at 457-3277 in advance to sign up and for more information.

AA Meetings
AA Fellowship Mondays, 7 p.m. at the Woodstock Uni-versalist Church
AA Beginners Group Fridays, 7 p.m. at Our Lady of the Snows Church
AA Discussion Group Meeting Tuesdays, 12 p.m. at St. James Church

Woodstock Area Job Bank
Seeking local employment? Need a qualified employee? Need help with a project? The Woodstock Area Job Bank is the only local source that matches people with jobs. Listings range from professional positions to the most basic services, from hourly to full time. Check out the WJB at or call coordinator Bev Moodie at 802-457-3835, Tuesday and Thursday, 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Or stop in, we’re located on the second floor of the Woodstock Town Hall. The service is free.

Historical Society Dana Library Hours
The John Cotton Dana Library at the Woodstock Histori-cal Society is open on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fri-days from 9:30 a.m.-4 p.m. The library collection includes photo and document archives, newspapers, oral history tapes and transcripts, a video library, local history research materials, and Internet access to census records and map databases. There is no usage charge for WHS members, students and teachers.

Book Donations Always Welcome
The Norman Williams Public Library is seeking donations for its ongoing Foyer Book Sale, which offers a large, con-stantly changing assortment of used books and other me-dia for sale during Library hours. We gratefully accept do-nations of good to excellent condition books, audio books, CDs, videos, and DVDs. We are unable to accept text-books, encyclopedias, or magazines. Please bring dona-tions to the Library Circulation Desk. Please call 457-2295 regarding suitability of potential donations.

Zack’s Place Enrichment Center
Zack’s Place (ZP) is a community enrichment center. Our mission is to empower people with special needs to express themselves through art, music, dance, and athlet-ics while developing lifelong bonds of friendship. Located in the center of Woodstock at 73 Central Street, Wood-stock, Vermont 05091 we offer programming Monday through Friday from 12:20 p.m.-5 p.m., that includes art, dance, music, exercise, life skills and more. We are always in need of volunteers, including those with computer skills, educational skills, artistic and that can work well with peo-ple. Please call 802-457-5868 for more information or email us at

Inclusive Therapeutic Skating
Free program for all special needs. Rental skates avail-able. Qualified volunteer skaters available for on ice assis-tance. Will be held Union Arena in Woodstock on Tues-days, 4:20-5:10 p.m. now through March 8. No ice Dec. 28, Feb. 15 & March 1. For more info call Anita Rogerson (802) 457-4092.

Skating Club Offering Lessons
Union Arena Skating Club is offering skating lessons for all ages and abilities at the Union Arena Community Center. Please go to the website or call Sarah Dwyer at 802-369-0019 for information. Al-though lessons have begun at the Union Arena fees will be prorated. All lessons are offered by professional coaches. Come join in the fun!

BEES Cookbook Available
BEES Cookbook Fundraiser: Over 100 community and school members’ favorite recipes. Call Barnard Academy at 802-234-9763.

Call For Barnard Book Participants
Filmmaker and Barnard resident Tara Wray is working on putting together a book of informal portraits of the entire population of Barnard. This includes East Barnard and South Barnard, people who work in Barnard but don’t nec-essarily live there, summer residents, or anyone who in one way or another considers Barnard their home. If inter-ested in participating in this community wide endeavor, contact Wray at 802-457-3465 or e-mail

Barnard Helping Hands
Don’t hesitate to call Barnard Helping Hands for a help-ing hand. Volunteers are ready and willing to help free of charge. If you wish you could do something that needs to be done, but no longer can, contact them and use the re-sources they have available. Call Margot at 802-234-5320 or e-mail


Rural Vermont’s Activist Farmers
Rural Vermont’s Activist Farmers: Photos and Stories are on display at the Bethel Public Library through the month of November. Exhibit features professional photos and interviews telling the stories behind Rural Vermont’s farmer-activist Board of Directors. Free reception with re-freshments and live storytelling about the farmers and foods sustaining rural communities. For more info, visit or call 802-223-7222.


Thrift Store Now Open Seven Days
The newly enlarged Bridgewater Sustainable Earth Foundation’s thrift store is now open seven days a week from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Located in The Bridgewater Mill’s third floor. The store will accept donations of new and gently used clothing, small furniture and house wares. Call 802-672-1990 for more information.

Oak Chapel Food Shelf
The Oak Chapel Food Shelf is open every Wednesday from 3-4 p.m. Everyone is welcome. Donations of food are also appreciated. For emergency needs or questions call Julie at 802-952-8571.

Neighbors Helping Neighbors
Neighbors Helping Neighbors, Inc. has set up a special fund to assist local residents of Bridgewater and surround-ing towns to help pay for fuel, utilities, and food this winter. Both individuals and families are eligible. First priority will be given to the elderly and those on fixed incomes. Names of individuals requesting assistance will be held in strict confidence. Please leave a message at 802-672-1818 and we will return your call ASAP, or write to PO Box 39, Bridgewater, VT 05034.


Hartland Memorabilia On Display
The Hartland Historical Society Museum displays Hart-land memorabilia at its Route 12 location in Hartland Three Corners on Mondays, 1-4 p.m. and Fridays, 9-11 a.m. Call 802-436-1703.

VT Humanities Council Meets
A Vermont Humanities Council event will be hosted by the Hartland Public Library The group meets Wednesday a month beginning at 6:30 p.m. Discussions led by Rachael Cohen, Vermont Humanities Scholar and Hartland Resi-dent. For people who love books and love to either talk about them or only listen to what others have to say. Cop-ies of the books are available to loan at the library.
Memorable Memoirs: Take Two – Memoirs come in all shapes and sizes, but they all have one thing in common: They are not autobiographies. Rather than a straight chro-nology of the author’s life, memoirs hone in on a specific feature of that life.


Developmental Screening Available
If you have a three- to five-year-old child and you have questions about his or her development, you can have the child screened through the Essential Early Education pro-gram. This program is supported by federal, state and local funds and provides screening on such areas of communi-cation, vision, hearing, movement, social, self-help skills or learning. To schedule a preschooler, call the Rutland-Windsor Supervisory Union at 802-228-7785.

Plymouth Republicans Are Needed
We are in need of your help. Please volunteer to be a “Jus-tice of the Peace.” This is an immediate appointment. The Governor will make these changes now. Please call Re-publican Town Chair Richard North at 228-8354 or contact Rachel Lynds at the Plymouth Town Clerk’s office at (802) 672-3243.

SEVCA Offers Textile Recycling
SEVCA offers textile recycling at Plymouth, Ludlow & Cav-endish recycling/transfer stations.
Look for the little red sheds and donate your unwanted clothing, shoes and linens for reuse or recycling. All items should be clean, dry and bagged – we ask that shoes be bagged separately.
SEVCA’s staff sorts the textiles that we collect to ensure that wearable clothes ─ especially cold weather clothes ─ are available for your neighbors who need them. All items that are not re-usable due to rips or stains will be recycled.

Limited Financial Assistance Offered
The Plymouth Memory Tree fund offers limited financial assistance to area residents in need as well as support coordinating with outside sources of funding. Please ad-dress concerns to one of the following Memory Tree Com-mittee members: Al Poirier @228-3308, Melissa Lynds @672-3547, Naomi Moyer @672-5233, Elaine Gambone @672-3493, or Margo Marrone @228-5114. All informa-tion will be kept strictly confidential.


North Pomfret Congregational Church
Sunday, Dec. 6, Worship at 10 a.m. Sharing the Lord’s Supper
Second Sunday in Advent = Mitten Tree Collection, Special collection for the Sharon Food Shelf
Sunday, Dec. 12, Worship at 10 a.m.
Third Sunday in Advent = Mitten Tree Collection, Special collection for the Sharon Food Shelf
Sunday, Dec. 19, Worship at 10 a.m.
Fourth Sunday in Advent is the no stress Christmas pag-eant, All welcome Mitten Tree Collection, Special collection for the Sharon Food Shelf
Friday, Dec. 24, Christmas Eve Candle Lighting Service of Carols and Readings at 5 p.m.
Families and friends invited
Tuesday, Dec. 30, Monthly dinner delivered to the families at the Upper Valley Haven Shelter
Please contact Nancy Heidt @ 457-3937 or for any questions.

Pomfret School Helping Food Shelf
The Pomfret School Leadership Team has a collection box in the foyer of the school. It will be there the whole school year. Please bring in what the Food Shelf might need most like spaghetti sauce, pasta, canned food and diapers. Make sure none of the food is expired! We would be very grateful if you could donate to the food shelf. The Pomfret School Leadership team will deliver it to our local food shelf regularly. Help us help the needy by donating to the food shelf!

Ready For Next Year’s Kindergarten
The Pomfret School is beginning to make plans for next year’s kindergarten. If you have a child who will be ready for kindergarten in the fall, please call The Pomfret School at 457-2067.

Vermont Institute of Natural Science
Hours and Program Schedule for Fall/Winter – November 1 to April 15 – Open 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. 7 days/week. 802-359-5000 or
Daily Live Bird Programs at 2 p.m. through January 2. Ad-ditional Live Bird Programs at 11 a.m. on Weekends, De-cember 27, 28, 29, 30 and 31. Closed Thanksgiving and Christmas days.

Events Held At Quechee Library
Call 295-1232 for information or visit

Ongoing Events At VINS Nature Center
VINS Nature Center Exhibits and Nature Store is open daily 9:00 am to 5:30 pm. Located on Route 4 just west of the Quechee Gorge. Call 802-359-5000 or visit for details.

Historical Open House
The Hartford Historical Society hosts a regular open house at the Garipay House, located at 1461 Maple Street, Hart-ford Village on the first Tuesday of the month from 6-8 p.m. and on the second Sunday of the month from 1:30-4 p.m. Visits can also be arranged by appointment. Items from the Society’s collection are on display and volunteers are available to answer any questions. For more information call Pat Stark at 802-295-3077 days or 802-296-2192 eve-nings.

GAL Program Needs Volunteers
Windsor County GAL Program needs volunteer advocates for abused and neglected children in the Family Court. Contact Charles Hacker at 802-295-8865.

Volunteer At WISE Training
Become part of the WISE direct service team through WISE VOLUNTEER ADVOCATE TRAINING! The WISE 24-hour, toll-free crisis line is available to victims of domes-tic and sexual violence, thanks to empathetic and dedi-cated community members, like you, answering calls every hour, every day. To learn more about the fall volunteering at WISE starting on October 5th, visit or contact Kat at: 603-448-5922 or

Reading Bazaar Looking For Vendors
The Reading Friends and Neighbors Foundation is spon-soring the 3rd annual Reading Bazaar on Dec. 11. Any vendors interested in selling your items, please contact Shiri Macri at 802-484-9930 or We would like to feature as many local products as possible, so preferable items are handmade, homemade, or home grown.

Survey To Assess Interest In Preschool
The Reading P.T.O. and interested community members are conducting a survey to assess interest in establishing a public preschool for children in Reading and surrounding towns (Brownsville, Perkinsville, Weathersfield, Cavendish, Plymouth, etc.). The easy-to-complete surveys are avail-able at Reading Elementary School or on the table outside the Reading Town Clerk’s office. Please feel free to inform area families with preschool children about this opportu-nity. Completed surveys can be dropped off or mailed to the Town Clerk’s office or Reading Elementary School, preferably by Friday, December 3, 2010. For more infor-mation, please call Lisa Kaija at 484-9038.

Public Library Looking For Volunteers
The Reading Public Library is looking for folks who’d like to volunteer on occasion during regular library hours or with upcoming projects. This might mean helping out with a children’s program, baking cookies for a special event, filling in for the librarian, or lending a hand during a fund-raiser. There’s no binding commitment. If you’re interested, call the library at 484-5588, send an e-mail to, or drop in at 717 Rte. 106.

Reading Food Shelf
Located in the Old Stone Schoolhouse on Tyson Road in South Reading, the Food Shelf is open Mondays 2-4 p.m. and Thursdays 4-6 p.m. Call Dianne Bennett at 484-7410 or call Sue Joyal at (802) 484-9792. Tax-deductible dona-tions may be sent to: Reading Food Shelf, Inc. P.O. Box 384, Brownsville, VT 05037.

22nd Annual Lights Of Christmas
The 22nd Annual “Lights of Christmas” will be open to the public. Lights and nativity animals through Jan. 9th. Refreshments in the residence. Joseph Smith Birthplace Memorial Historic Site, 357 LDS Lane, South Royalton, VT 802-763-7742
Bronze Sculpture Exhibit
This exhibit is free and open to public. It’s a great way to celebrate the true meaning of Easter. Come see the bronze sculpture exhibit, “The Healing Power of Jesus Christ, ­” by Angela Johnson. Incredible detail makes this moving ex-hibit of scriptural events in the life of Jesus a must see. Located at the Joseph Smith Birthplace Memorial Historic Site, 357 LDS Lane, South Royalton, VT; 801-763-7742;; open 9 a.m. -7 p.m. Mon. -Sat.; 11:30 a.m.-7 p.m. Sun. Free refreshments in residence Friday through Sunday. Call for special show-ings.

VIA Schedule For Senior Lunches
The December schedule for senior lunches has been an-nounced for Hartland, Ascutney and Windsor. Volunteers in Action is organizing the Congregate Reservations must be made in advance for the lunches, which are held at noon. The suggested donation ranges from $3 to $4. The sched-ule:
Ascutney: Wednesday, Dec. 15 at Mr. G’s Restaurant (Fresh Fish). Reservations opened Nov. 10th.
Windsor: Thursday, Dec. 23rd, at The Station Restaurant (Roasted Chicken). Sign up or call for reservations after Nov. 18th. Call Volunteers in Action, 802-674-5971, to make a reservation. The luncheons fill up, so ViA asks that callers leave a number so they can call them back and confirm availability.

Mentors Needed
Windsor County Partners, a youth mentoring organiza-tion, is seeking caring adult volunteers to mentor area youth ages 10-17. For more information, call 802-674-5101 or visit

Download Books at Windsor Library
Windsor Public Library is proud to announce that they are part of Listen Up! Vermont, a downloadable audio book service. Listen Up! Vermont allows library patrons to down-load audio books from the comfort of your home or office 24/7. The library is open Monday and Wednesday from 9 a.m.-8 p.m., Friday from 9 a.m.- 6 p.m., and Saturday from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. For information or questions, do not hesitate to call the library at 802-674-2556 or send an e-mail to

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