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



2019 Holiday Inside Book Sale!

Don't forget that the Friends of the Stowe Free Library has an ongoing inside book sale.  You can find books and DVD's for adults, children and teens for vacation travels and even affordable holiday and host(ess) gifts.  The books are inside the library to the left of the Circulation desk.  Make sure to check it out next time you are in town. 

2020 Spring Speaker Series 

In Our Own Backyard

Join us for our fabulous lineup of speakers for the 2020 spring season.  All speakers start at 7pm in the Community Room of the Library.  Free parking is available in front of and behind the Library – enter in the back of the Library after 7pm.  All events are free and open to the public!

Thursday, February 13th -

Charlie Nardozzi will be joining us for his annual discussion on unique gardening ideas!  More information on his exact topic will be following soon. 

THURSDAY, May 14TH - Note - this talk will start at 3:30pM

"Our Far West National Parks, 38 days and 10,417 Miles on the Road to Alaska.  I did it and you can, too!"  Jeff Morris will share his experiences and lessons learned for planning, packing and executing a summer trip to the US National Parks out west as well as Alaska.  

 



Leaning into Fall?

We are rebuilding the collection after our Sprinkler Pipe Malfunction... Come and check out our cookbooks, preserving, canning and casseroles! We also have a full travel section so if you are planning a trip stop over the peruse our selection.  We continue to purchase books both new and old to refill our collection; however if there is something that you are looking for please contact us and we can either put it on the list to purchase or retrieve it from another library via interlibrary loan.  Give us a call or email for more information. 

 

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