At the Joslin Library we work hard to offer a variety of programs and events to entertain, teach, and most importantly, provide opportunities to gather as a community. Have an idea for a great program? Looking for more information regarding our current offerings? Contact us at email@example.com.
All programs are at the Joslin Library unless otherwise indicated.
Dave Busker from Central Vermont Adult Basic Education will not be coming each Tuesday during the winter, but is available by appointment. He can meet at his office if Waterbury but is also willing to drive to Waitsfield for appointments at the library or elsewhere. 244-8765
HappyLights, every day at the Library!
Beat the winter blues or come satisfy your curiosity by using the library’s HappyLights this winter! More information about light therapy and instructions on how to use HappyLights here.
Lights are available to anyone for in-library use.
Thursday, April 12th, 6:30 pm: Vermont Humanities Council Discussion #4: “Blanche Cleans Up,” by Barbara Neely at the Warren Library
The last installment of the VHC series “A Mysterious Lens on American Culture.” Join VHC scholar and discussion facilitator for a discussion of the mystery genre, the distinctive cultures portrayed in the books for this series, and lively critique of the book! Copies of the book available at Joslin and Warren libraries.
Thursday, April 26th, 5 pm at Harwood
A Celebration of Harwood’s links to the Global Community: Gallery Walk and Socrates Café
Sponsored by Harwood Union HS, the Joslin Memorial Library & the Waterbury Public Library.
5 pm: Gallery Walk: Interactive Exhibits featuring Harwood’s links to the International Community, Harwood’s International Students, and presentations by students engaged in international service, relief work, and refugee resettlement efforts.
6 pm: Community Socrates Café focusing on the question, “ What is Gained & What is Lost When We Move?” facilitated by Harwood Students.
These gatherings are open to all members of the community, regardless of age, experience or background. Refreshments from Vermont and around the globe will be served.
Monday, May 7th, 6:30 pm
PH International: Advancing Societies, Connecting People
All are welcome to this presentation on how one small idea in Waitsfield became a larger global initiative, and how you can be involved in global change from your home in Vermont.
Presented by PH International Program Manager Ivan Tabanin and Rosalie-Wright Lapin, PH International Program Assistant.
Thursday, May 17th 6pm
Waldorf Education in Central Vermont: What are your options?
Join guests from the Central VT Waldorf community to learn more about this educational system and to explore nearby options for enrolling children of all ages in Waldorf schools.
Thursday, July 26th, 7pm Library Benefit Concert, Library Park
Dave Rosane and the Zookeepers!
The Zookeepers are a little bit country, a little bit punk and roll. A tad glam, a wee grunge. With particles of goth & psychedelia. A glaze of pop.
The 2018 Summer Reading Program theme is “Libraries Rock!” Join us July 26th as we have some fun in the library park (rain site Valley Players Theater) and raise money the Joslin Library!
All donations at the door go to the Joslin Library & the continuation of our literacy programs and efforts to fulfill community-oriented activities.
“If ever a combo embodied the axiom ‘Think globally, act locally”, it would be the Zookeepers. Dave Rosane’s lively folk songs take a look at the world and distill global issues on a smaller, homespun scale” – Dan Bolles, Seven Days