Events Calendar

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April

Thu. 4/17    5:30PM - 6:30PM

"Ready for School" Family Workshop #1

In connection with the Vermont Early Literacy Foundation ~ Workshop #1 is about Numbers and will include Ten Minutes till Bedtime, math cards,and activity mini-manuals. Each workshop is Free, but please contact MacKenzie at mross@stjathenaeum.org for more information or call 748-8291.

Fri. 4/18    10:30AM - 11AM

Story Time

Come by the Children's Library, where MacKenzie will read a few stories, provide an activity, and have a snack available. Recommended for ages 0-6, but all are welcome!

Wed. 4/23    1:30PM - 2:30PM

"Ready for School" Family Workshop #2

In connection with the Vermont Early Literacy Foundation ~ Workshop #2 is about Counting and will include Quack and Count, linking cubes, and activity cards. Each workshop is Free, but please contact MacKenzie at mross@stjathenaeum.org or call 748-8291.

Fri. Apr 25    10:30AM - 11AM

Story Time

Come by the Children's Library, where MacKenzie will read a fewstories, provide an activity, and have a snack available. Recommended for ages 0-6, but all are welcome!

Mon. 4/28    10:30AM - 11:30AM

"Ready for School" Workshop #3

In connection with the Vermont Early Literacy Foundation ~ Workshop #3is about Shapes and will include The Shape of Things, plastic shapes,and activity cards.. Each workshop is Free, but please contact MacKenzie at mross@stjathenaeum.org or call 748-8291.

Tue. 4/29    4:30PM - 5:30PM

Teen Advisory Board

Help the Athenaeum by advising on teen library services! Open to teens age 12-18. Contact MacKenzie at mross@stjathenaeum.org for more information

May

Fri. 5/2    10:30AM - 11AM

Story Time

Come by the Children's Library, where MacKenzie will read a fewstories, provide I an activity, and have a snack available. Recommendedfor ages 0-6, but all are welcome!

Wed. 5/7    7:00PM - 8:00PM      First Wednesdays Series

Michael Arnowitt Pianist at the South Congregational Church

Pianist and music historian Michael Arnowitt explores the influence ofthe music of : Eastern Europe, the Middle East, and Asia on Westernclassical composition, performing pieces by Mozart, Mahler, andDebussy. Location: South Congregational Church. Sponsor: Passumpsic Savings Bank Member FDIC

Fri. 5/9    10:30AM - 11AM

Story Time

Come by the Children's Library, where MacKenzie will read a fewstories, provide
an activity, and have a snack available. Recommendedfor ages 0-6, but all are welcome!

Wed. 5/14    7:00PM - 8:00PM    Arts and Culture Series

The Music and Magic of Handbells

Phil Brown, director of Music Ministries at South Church and the BellsAngels j Handbell Ensemble will lead a demonstration, performance andhands-on experience of making music with handbells. Part history, partphysics, part music theory and appreciation, the presentation willinclude live performances and opportunity for participants to makemusic themselves. This event is free, open to the public andhandicapped accessible.

Fri. 5/16    10:30AM – 11:00AM

Story Time

Come by the Children's Library, where MacKenzie will read a few stories, provide an activity, and have a snack available. Recommended for ages 0-6, but all are welcome!

Wed. 5/21    3:30PM – 4:30PM

Teen Writers Group - Famous First Lines

On the 3rd Wed.nesday of every month, join other teens to gain inspiration, share your writing, and explore other formats. Notebooks will be provided, but you are welcome to bring your own notebook, laptop, or iPad. This month's theme: famous first lines. Contact MacKenzie at mross@stjathenaeum.org for more information.

Fri. 5/23    10:30AM – 11:00AM

Story Time

Come by the Children's Library, where MacKenzie will read a few stories, provide an activity, and have a snack available. Recommended for ages 0-6, but all are welcome!

Tue. 5/27    4:30PM – 5:30PM

Teen Advisory Board

Help the Athenaeum by advising on teen library services! Open to teens age 12-18. Contact MacKenzie at mross@stjathenaeum.org for more information.

Fri. 5/30    10:30AM – 11:00AM

Story Time

Come by the Children's Library, where MacKenzie will read a few stories, provide an activity, and have a snack available. Recommended for ages 0-6, but all are welcome!

June

Wed. 6/4   7:00:00PM – 8:00PM     First Wednesdays Series

The Life and Times of Thelonious Monk

(Rescheduled from February)

Artistic director of the Vermont Jazz Center Eugene Uman considers the life and improvisational style of American Jazz pianist and composer Thelonious Monk, widely considered one of the giants of American music. This event is free, open to the public and handicapped accessible.

Fri. 6/6    10:30AM – 11:00AM

Story Time

Come by the Children's Library, where MacKenzie will read a few stories, provide an activity, and have a snack available. Recommended for ages 0-6, but all are welcome!

Wed. 6/11    7:00PM – 8:00PM      Arts and Culture Series

An Introduction to Drawing with Edward Kadunc

Ed Kadunc will lead a participatory demonstration of the fundamentals of pencil drawing. This event is free, open to the public and handicapped accessible.

Fri. 6/13    10:30AM – 11:00AM

Story Time

Come by the Children's Library, where MacKenzie will read a few stories, provide an activity, and have a snack available. Recommended for ages 0-6, but all are welcome!

Wed.6/18   3:30PM – 4:30PM

Teen Writers Group - Nature Writing

On the 3rd Wed.nesday of every month, join other teens to gain inspiration, share your writing, and explore other formats. Notebooks will be provided, but you are welcome to bring your own notebook, laptop, or iPad. This month's theme: nature writing. Contact MacKenzie at mross@stjathenaeum.org for more information.

Wed. 6/18    7:00PM – 8:00PM     Readings in the Gallery

Readings by poets Chard deNiord & Arlene Distler

Fri. 6/20    10:30AM – 11:00AM

Story Time

Come by the Children's Library, where MacKenzie will read a few stories, provide an activity, and have a snack available. Recommended for ages 0-6, but all are welcome!

 

Last update: 4/18/14

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