Building the library of the future: Range of programs builds community

Addison Independent

Dana Hart

Middlebury’s Ilsley Library offers so many programs it can be difficult to know where to start when describing them. As a general rule, the library strives to provide programs that increase knowledge of a subject; teach a new skill; build community connections; foster literacy and a joy of reading; or provide cultural enrichment, recreation or inspiration. Some programs are designed to have broad appeal, and some are designed to target specific groups (youth versus adult programs, for example). We try to make sure there is something for everyone.

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