Fiber Arts Friday with Tea on Feb. 27: The fiber arts group for adults will meet on Friday, Feb. 27 at 3pm. Bring your current knitting, crocheting, quilting, sewing, or other project to the library and enjoy a cup of tea in excellent company. All are welcome.
Origami Club: New for our younger patrons! Come learn the art of origami at 3:15pm on Mondays, beginning March 2. Learn how to create different paper shapes every week in March except for the 23.
Maker-Club: Mark your calendars! We are starting a Maker-Club which will meet every Saturday in March. Watch this space for more details next week.
The Power of Curiosity on Wednesday, March 4: The Pierson Library is proud to co-sponsor a three part provocative conversation with Fran Stoddard at All Souls Interfaith Gathering. The group will explore the power of curiosity through the lenses of spirit, nature, and art on three Wednesdays in March at 4pm. The first session on March 4 features David Ellis, President & Director Emeritus of the Museum of Science in Boston, and Michael Jager, creative principal of Solidarity of Unbridled Labour. Free and open to the public. For further information, call 985-3819.
Mah Jong on Wednesday, March 4: Seven hardy souls turned out on Wednesday, Feb. 18 to launch our Mah Jong Club. Most participants preferred the Chinese version of the game, although players of American Mah Jong are welcome. The Club will meet on the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of the month at 1:30pm. Whether you are new to the game or an experienced player, you are invited to join them. Please bring your own tiles if you have them. If you have an unused set at home, the Pierson Library would be happy to accept it as a donation.
New Display at the Library: We will be featuring the designs created by Vermont architects through the months of March and April. Please come to a reception on Thursday, March 5 at 6:30pm to meet them. Free and open to the public.
Minecraft Club is back! The Minecraft Club will start again on Thursday, March 5 at 6:30pm. Please register in advance for the Club which will meet every Thursday night at this time in March.
Bridge anyone? A few of our patrons are interested in getting a bridge group going at the Library for an evening session on either a Tuesday or Thursday night at 6:30pm. If you would like to play, please sign up at the library.
Welcome to our new young patrons: We are happy to report that several of our younger residents recently signed up for Library cards:
- Harper Anderson, 9
- Rory Anderson, 11
- Maksym Bloomberg, 5
- Jill Diehl, 6
- Ben Fina, 6
- Ava Flint, 7
- Sydney Hoehl, 5
- Hazel Nelson, 11
- Asher Winsten-Pinel, 8
- Eden Winsten-Pinel, 6
If your little one is 5 years of age or older, please sign him or her up for a library card. It’s a rite of passage!
In search of. . . The Pierson Library is appreciates all donations by community members. At the present time, we are currently in search of copies of “The Girl on the Train” and “All the Light We Cannot See.” We still have a long waiting list for these books, so if you have read one of them and would like to give us your gently used copy, we will put it to good use. Too, we’d happily accept a card table or two so we can accommodate our Mah Jong players, potential bridge club, and for other uses such as a community jigsaw puzzle or other board games.