Calendar of Events

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? Please contact our Librarian, Joy Worland, at programs@joslinmemoriallibrary.com.

All programs are at the Joslin Library unless otherwise indicated.  


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Join us every Sunday for a lively and fun card game. Magic is a trading card game (TCG) where you build your collection of cards by trading with your friends, assembling decks of cards, and battling against an opponent and their deck. You cast powerful spells and summon monstrous creatures aiming to knock your opponent down from 20 life to zero. The game is constantly changing as new cards are released throughout the year. As you get new cards, whether from these new sets or through trading with your friends, you can continuously update your decks and discover a whole new game!


 Story Hour “Earth Day!”

Monday, April 24th at 10:30 AM

Join us for a fun, Earth Day themed story hour focusing on ways to help the earth!  We will read stories, sing songs and make art around this very important topic.


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“Life in the Universe”

Tuesday, April 25th, 6:30 pm

Join us for an engaging presentation and discussion about the factors and conditions under which life may emerge and evolve into complex forms. Inspired by the books Rare Earth: Why Complex Life is Uncommon in the Universe, by Peter D. Ward and Donald Brownlee, and How to Find a Habitable Planet, by James Keating.

Presented by Robert Nichols, retired environmental engineer, an avid reader of scientific literature, and a student of Astronomy at The University of Vermont.


Vermont Reads Intergenerational Community Book Discussion

Thursday,  April 27th at 6:30 PM AT The MORETOWN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL


Vermont Reads Talking to Neighbors About Racism 

May 8th 6:30 PM at the Warren Library 


Community Drum Circle drum

Thursday, May 11th, 6:30 pm

 

Facilitated by Amy Panetta, MA, this is an opportunity for people of all ages to come together in an open-minded atmosphere, form community spirit, explore rhythms from West Africa and songs from a variety of different cultures, improvise together, and have fun! All levels and abilities are welcome! We are all musical beings! At each class, please bring djembes. No djembe? Any hand drum will suffice. A limited number of djembes and other drums are available. To give us a sense of our numbers, please RSVP by calling (802)496-4205. Please indicate if you need a drum.