Adult Program Descriptions & Registration

The library is a place for people to gather, socialize and learn.  Community groups regularly use our space for meetings, classes and sharing.  Meetings at the library are always open to the public and welcome new members and visitors.

Register for the upcoming screening of the Condor and the Eagle here!

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Ongoing Programs

Addison County Amateur Radio Association

1st Sunday of the month, 8:30 am - 10:30 am.

 

The Addison County Amateur Radio Association (ACARA) provides a forum for members to share amateur radio and its value to the general public as a non-commercial voluntary communication service, particularly with respect to providing emergency communications.

In addition, ACARA offers members support for their educational, technical, experimental, and other electronic- and radio-related activities. Come join us at any of our upcoming meetings to meet local Ham Radio operators and learn more about our amazing hobby. Public welcome!

For more information, contact Duane Fowler, ACARA President at 802-734-9382 or by email.

1st Wednesdays

Wednesdays, 7:00pm - 8:00pm

This lecture series from Vermont Humanities Council with local underwriters offers talks on the first Wednesdays of October through May.  Visit Vermont Humanities website for more details on upcoming talks.

Fall and Spring series.

The Middlebury Community Classic Film Club, MCCFC, provides an opportunity for folks to gather for thoughtful entertainment while building a sense of community.  The club screens four films in the fall and four in the spring all organized around themes. Learn all about our Fall 2021 Series here. Discussion of the films is led by club convener Steve Gross. To get involved with MCCFC, contact Chris

Otter Creek Poets

Thursdays, 1:00pm - 3:00pm

For over 15 years a group of local poets have met in the library to discuss their work. This is a workshop so the emphasis is on helping each other to improve the effectiveness of the work. Interests and techniques vary widely. The longevity of this workshop testifies to the courtesy shown by participants and to the effective leadership of David Weinstock, who began the workshop and oversees the sessions. Visitors and new members are always welcome. For more information contact David by email or by phone at 802-388-6939.

Tome Talk

3rd Tuesday of the month, 6:00pm - 7:00pm

Join Renee and fellow community members for a discussion of the current month’s title.  We read everything from fiction, youth and teen, non-fiction, essays and more.  New members are always welcome. Contact Renee or 388-4095 for more information.  Please register here for this month's discussion.

 

Fall/Winter 2021-22

Oct 19    Inconspicuous Consumption: The Environmental Impact You Don’t Know You Have, Schlossberg

Nov 16 Sin Eater, Campisi

Dec 14  The Snow Child, Ivey

Jan 18  Henna Artist, Joshi

Feb15  The Dragons, The Giant, The Women, Moore

Mar 15  Tuesday Mooney Talks to Ghosts, Racculia