Wu Brothers Present Classical Music Encounters

November 16, 11:00AM
Classical Music Encounters

Twin brothers and Essex High School rising seniors Nathan and Henry Wu will introduce audiences to classical music through performance and commentary.  Works by Bach, Mozart, Elgar, Gliere, and more.  This event will be held in the library lobby. READ MORE

Former Ilsley Librarian Recieves Ellen McCulloch-Lovell Award in Arts Education

Joan Robinson, a former Ilsley Public Library staff member, will be recognized by the Vermont Arts Council on October 23 at the Mahaney Center. Congratulations, Joan! READ MORE

Music of the Movement

Sunday, November 17, 4:00PM
Music of the Movement
IPL is thrilled to host Francois Clemmons.  He will share with us the history of Freedom Songs, from spirituals to slavery to civil rights anthems.  Francois will give a short performance and lead us in sing-a-long. Snacks and soft drinks provided.  A VT Reads event. READ MORE

Knitting Know-How Night

Join Cheryl Burnham and Amy Quesnel and other “Cacklin Hens” at Ilsley Public Library each month for a night with a “Knowledgeable Knitter” to answer your questions, help fix your mistakes, and teach you new tricks.  Come with your stalled project or any project and be ready to laugh. This is a drop in program. […] READ MORE

“The Brain-Body-Behavior Connection: The Foundations of Health.”

November 19, 7:00PM
“The Brain-Body-Behavior Connection: The Foundations of Health.”
Local Pediatrician Dr. Jody Brakeley, MD will speak on “The Brain-Body-Behavior Connection: The Foundations of Health.” Dr. Brakeley will address the science on early brain development and various types of stress, exploring the effect that life experiences have on the physical, mental, social, emotional, and behavioral health of children, and long into adulthood. Sponsored by AAUW of Middlebury. We invite you to bring your questions, and to share your own experiences and knowledge. Free and open to the public.