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Friends of the Stowe Free Library Focus on: In Our Own Backyard

Donations for the collection material recovery from the recent sprinkler damage can be made to:

Friends of the Stowe Free Library
PO Box 1029
Stowe, VT 05672

Checks only, please.  

Please hold all summer book sale donations until the building is back up and running.   



February 14, 2019

Chocolate with Charlie Nardozzi

Gardening for Problem Areas

Join the Friends of the Stowe Free Library at 7pm on the 3rd floor of the Akeley Memorial Building (Town Hall) on February 14, 2019 for a talk about gardening with Charlie Nardozzi.  Charlie will be talking about plants for problem places.  The discussion will cover ornamental gardening,  the best plants and techniques for problems areas around your home such as shade, wet spots, hot, dry locations, slope and clay or poor soil. Bring your Valentine for a fun time!

Charlie Nardozzi is an award winning, nationally recognized garden writer, speaker, radio, and television personality. He has worked for more than 25 years bringing expert gardening information to home gardeners through radio, television, talks, tours, on-line, and the printed page. Charlie delights in making gardening information simple, easy, fun and accessible to everyone.

Chocolate from Laughing Moon will be available as well as light refreshments. 


 The Friends of Stowe Free Library is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, supporting library resources, activities and programs. For information visit

Open at the Akeley Building

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Come and visit us in our TEMPORARY location at the Town Hall (Akeley Building) in the Memorial Hall!


We are Open Monday - Friday 10am-4pm and Saturday's 10am-2pm


Book Returns can be made:

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At the original Library in the back

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