Environmental Film Series

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The second film in this series, GREEN FIRE – Aldo Leopold and a Land Ethic for Our Time, will be shown on Sunday, January 13, 2019. Please join us at 5:15 for refreshments. The 73 minute film will begin at 5:30. This is a documentary film about legendary environmentalist Aldo Leopold highlights Leopold’s extraordinary career, tracing how he shaped and influenced the modern environmental movement. Leopold remains relevant today, inspiring projects all over the country that connect people and land. Learn more at http://www.GreenFireMovie.com. We also have his books!

Please save the dates for the following two films on January 13 and February 10.


Save the Date! Annual Baby Brunch on January 27, 2019 Each year the Huntington Public Library welcomes babies born in the previous year with a special new library book with a special “Baby Book Dedication” bookplate which honors the baby’s birth and a delicious brunch. Each book is then entered into the library collection. Invitations will be sent to all those born in the year 2018 and should arrive in mailboxes by the middle of January.


Community Knitting Evening Join fellow knitters for a congenial evening of knitting and good company. Crocheters and other needle workers are welcome!

Monday, January14th at the Library. Drop in anytime between 6:30 pm and 8:30 pm. Future knitting nights will be scheduled for the remainder of the winter – stay tuned.


Please note:  Listen Up Vermont/Overdrive/Libby is moving to a two step authentication login system.  This will provide patrons with more security.

Patrons will use their barcode number as both their sign in and password (unless you come into the library and request that your password be changed).   If you are unable to login to Listen Up Vermont/Overdrive/Libby, please call 434.4583 or come by the Library to update your account.



Citizen Science Forum: Back by popular demand – the Cit Sci Forum will return in early spring 2019! If you are a citizen scientist please consider sharing your experiences with the community. Our first presenters (in 2016) were Wally Jenkins – Dragonflies, Cindy Sprague – Herps, Erin Talamge – iNaturalist 101, Ali Wagner – Birds, Elizabeth Spinney – Invasives, Larry Montague – Huntington Town Garage Stormwater Mitgation, John Hadden – Backyard Weatherman and Corina Parnapy – Winooski River Watershed Conservation. Please contact Anne at the Library if you are interested or know of another local citizen scientist.