Fiber Arts Friday: Adults interested in any of the fiber arts are invited to bring their current project to the library on Friday, Sept. 23 at 3pm for a casual gathering with like-minded individuals. Share your techniques or pick up some tips as you enjoy a cup of tea to close out the week. Middle Grade Maker Club: Kids in grades five and up may gather at the library on Saturday, Sept. 24 at 10:30am to learn the tricks of the techie trade at our monthly Maker Club. Learn to solder, tinker, work with circuits, and program with volunteer leader Bob Colquhoun. No experience necessary. Just bring an interest in technology and a love of creating. Please register in advance next time you are in the library or call 985-5124. Story Time & Crafts with Caitlin: On Monday, Sept. 26 at 10:30am, Youth Assistant Caitlin will be reading stories and helping our youngest patrons with crafts on the theme of bedtime. Please drop by. Shelburne Business and Professional Association Roundtable: Members will gather at the library on Tuesday, Sept. 27 at 6pm to chat about big-picture business issues in Shelburne. Musical Story Time with Inger: Our youngest patrons (and their caregivers) are invited to join us every Thursday morning at 10:30am for a musical story time led by library volunteer Inger Dybfest. Reading Competition: Special recognition this week goes to Sonia Prada for the thousands of pages she read this summer as part of our Summer Reading Challenge. Be sure and ask this prolific reader for recommendations on a good book! Change in Date for Advanced Genealogy Seminar: The originally announced date of Oct. 12 for the Advanced Genealogy Seminar has been changed to Oct. 26 so that those who choose to are free to commemorate Yom Kippur on Oct. 12. Welcome to our newest young patrons: The following individuals recently obtained their library cards: Charlotte Baird, 9 Grayson Baird, 7 Marina Hallisey, 7 Jaime Nassar, 5 Ethan Plante, 7 Thomas Schramm, 5 Malin Wilde, 5 If your child recently turned 5 years old, be sure to sign him or her up for his or her very own library card.