Library News

Pierson Library LogoToday! Thursday afternoon movie at 3:15pm. Our younger patrons are invited to join us for popcorn and a showing of the PG rated “Rio 2” movie.

Tonight! The Geek Mountain State Sci Fi/Fantasty Book Discussion begins at 7pm to talk about the “Area X Trilogy” by Jeff Vandermeer. Pizza will be served, so please call the library at (802) 985-5124 in advance so we will have enough pie for everyone. Newcomers are always welcome.

Printmaking Studio: Our younger patrons are invited to join us on Monday, Feb. 9 at 3:15pm to learn home to make gelatin prints on stationery that they can they take home. Please register in advance so we will have enough materials on hand for everyone.

Valentine’s Day Party: Patrons young and older are invited to our Valentine’s Day Party on Wednesday, Feb. 11 at 3:15pm. Stop in to create Valentines for friends and loved ones and play Valentine Bingo. Please register in advance so we can be sure to have enough treats on hand.

Musical Story Time: Bring your young children to the Library on Thursday mornings at 10:30am for Musical Story Time with Inger Dybest. Songs and stories that everyone can enjoy. This happens weekly so don’t miss a session. No registration required.

Thursday Afternoon Movie: We will be showing the PG rated movie “Nut Job” on Feb. 12 at 3:15pm. Popcorn will be served! A self-serving exiled squirrel finds himself helping his former park brethren raid a nut store to survive, that is also the front for a human gang’s bank robbery.

Calling all Mah Jong Players! Due to popular demand, the Pierson Library is starting a new Mah Jong afternoon group. The first meeting will be on Wednesday, Feb. 18 at 1:30pm. Bring your own tiles if you have them. Newcomers welcome: there will be volunteers on hand to teach you the basics of either the Chinese or American version of the game. It’s a great way to spend a winter afternoon.

Pierson Library Closed for Presidents Day: Don’t forget that the library will be closed on Monday, Feb. 16 for the holiday. Stock up in advance on the books, audiobooks, DVDs and puzzles you might want for the long weekend.