During the month of June, the library walls feature the work of area seniors attending the Community Senior Center’s art exercise class under the direction of Judy Bush.
In honor of Flag Day on June 14, the foyer display is a celebration of the American flag. Richmond resident Nancy Dutil shares items from a collection of flag memorabilia including framed flags, photos of flags, flag pins and more.
In collaboration with RiseVT and the Richmond Trails Committee, the library has set up a Storywalk along the river trail at the Volunteers Green for the month of June. Visitors to the trail will encounter the delightful picture book Round by Joyce Sidman page by page as they travel the length of the trail. The book invites readers to look for and appreciate all of nature’s round things.
Want to learn more about the 2019 Vermont Reads book selection? This book trailer was created by the seven students who participated in a recent video workshop produced by the Richmond Free Library and Mt. Mansfield Community Television.
We have many copies of the book available at the library. Check one out today.
Join other knitters in the Mezzanine Lounge at the Richmond Free Library on Wednesdays, 6:30-8:00 for social and skill exchange. All levels, any handcraft (crochet, tatting, needlepoint, etc.) welcome.