Annual Baby Brunch at the Library

Sunday, March 31 11:00 am

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The Library will welcome Richmond’s youngest members at our annual Baby Brunch in the library community room. Invitations have gone out to the babies, but if you live in Richmond and you welcomed a new little bundle of joy into your family in 2018 but we somehow missed your child, please consider your family invited to this fun gathering of little people. We’ll provide the yummy brunch, some giveaways, the chance to select a picture book to be placed in the library collection in honor of your child, and the opportunity to meet your child’s future classmates. Parents, grandparents and siblings are welcome. Please call (434-3036) or email ( the library to RSVP. If you did receive an invitation in the mail, please let us know if you are coming.
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Lego Life Display

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March Foyer Display: Lego Life During the month of March, Richmond sixth-grader Liam Repp will be showing fourteen different Lego dioramas depicting scenes from life. He imagined and built the dioramas over a four-month time period.

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Learning Nonviolence: The Children’s March

Friday, March 15, 5:30 – 7:30 pm

Enjoy a simple soup and bread meal at the library followed by a program for families.  Participants will watch and discuss excerpts from Mighty Times: The Children’s March, a film about the 1963 actions in Birmingham to learn about Kingian Nonviolence and the power of working together to take on big problems as a whole community. Staff from the Peace and Justice Center in Burlington, VT will lead this important program appropriate for age 8 through adult. Registration is not required but is appreciated (434-3036/ Please bring your own bowl and spoon.

children's march


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March: Book One Video Book Trailer

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.

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