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Teens, parents of teens, teachers, and readers everywhere: overwhelemed by the amount of new books out there? Struggling to find a variety of good books with strong female characters? On Wednesday, October 18th from 6:30-7:30, come to the library for a fast-paced book talk for readers ages 12 and up. We will discuss young adult fiction, nonfiction, and graphic novels with brave and spunky female characters. The book talks will be given by, local author, Ann Braden, Everyone's Books owner, Nancy Braus, and Assistant Youth Services Librarian, Paige Martin.
Don’t miss the 36th annual Design-a-Plate workshop on Saturday, October 21. Stop in any time between 10:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. to make a 10-inch melamine plate, 8-inch melamine plate, or 12-ounce melamine bowl. Each item costs $6.00. Cash and checks made out to Brooks Memorial Library are accepted. Plates and bowls will be ready for pickup in December, just in time for holiday gift giving. The workshop will be held in the Meeting Room. For more information, please call the Children’s Room at 802-254-5290 x110.
The library offers ongoing help for workers, job hunters, career planners, and managers & owners of businesses of all sizes. Drop by any time for help finding books and online tools available free to all at the library, or at home with a borrower card. Want to explore on your own? Try our Career Planning and Job Searching page.