The Friends of the Stowe Free Library are proud to present Vermont Author Willem Lange in a book reading of Favor Johnson. Favor Johnson is a heart warming holiday tale that shares an important message of neighborliness and generosity in a Vermont village. This story has been a Vermont Public Radio favorite for twenty-five years, so we are pleased to bring Willem to Stowe for this FREE family event as a prelude to the Stowe Christmas Festivities on Friday, December 2nd at 4pm in the Community Room at the Stowe Free Library. Copies of this book will be available for sale and signing. Light refreshment will be
October is Star Wars Reads Month What could be as powerful as the Force? The power of reading, of course. And the two will come together this October. Star Wars Reads, a celebration of Star Wars and reading, is set to return for its fifth year with a month-long campaign throughout October! Here at Stowe Free Library, we will have Star Wars coloring pages, Star Wars activities and crafts! In addition to all this- you can check out a Star Wars book, DVD, or Graphic Novel. We are also bringing back our ever-popular Star Wars Display in the display case! Come see us in the month
Online Privacy Workshop Monday, October 24th 5:30pm The Stowe Free Library will be hosting an Online Privacy Workshop on Monday, October 24th. Alison Macrina of the Library Freedom Project will be teaching the basics of keeping your online data and communications a little safer. The workshop will be held 5:30 pm in the community meeting room at the Stowe Free Library. Beginners are welcome as well as more advanced internet users. The Library Freedom Project was founded by Alison Macrina in 2013. This project is a partnership between librarians, technology experts, attorneys, and privacy advocates and aims to address the issues with surveillance as
Stowe Reads! As part of our 150th Anniversary celebration, a presentation was created with community members reading passages from their favorite books. Enjoy!
I like stories well told. That is the reason I am sometimes forced to tell them myself.Mark Twain