Geneology Group Your Community Senior Center in partnership with your Huntington Public Library is offering a weekly activity beginning this Monday, December 9. Huntington Public Library, 1:00 pm to 2:30pm. Have you been wanting to start tracing your family’s history?Have you some information about your family tree, but want to find out more? We are starting a beginners group, an introduction to using the internet to help you. Please stop by if you have a question or just want to be with folks who love to find missing ancestors. Please bring your laptop or tablet. No charge.
Contact email@example.com with questions. And please remember on Wednesdays from 1:30 to 3:PM at the Richmond Free Library, Bruce and Marcia will help you with Genetic Genealogy– the use of DNA testing in combination with traditional genealogy and historical records to infer relationships between individuals. Contact Bruce firstname.lastname@example.org with questions about Genetic Genealogy.
Concerned About Climate Change? Nature Wants to Help Some see concern about nature as a distraction from the important work of addressing climate change when, in fact, it‘s central. Vermont environmental journalist and author, Judith Schwartz, will be speaking at the Huntington Public Library on Sunday, January 5 at 4:15pm.
Judith will enlighten her audience regarding the interdependence and importance of earth’s bio-systems (ie: carbon/soil, soil/climate, water/climate), with particular attention to the relationship among forests, water and cooling the climate. Her two books: “Cows Save the Planet” and “Water in Plain Sight” are available at the Library. To learn more about Judith, please see her website: judithdschwartz.com
Planet Huntington kicks off on Sunday, January 19, at 5:30 pm with Mark Lubkowitz and his son Jax, having us on the edge of our seats with, “Three Guys and a Grizzly: Tales from Biking the Tour Divide”! More details to follow on both shows later this winter.
Annual Baby Brunch Save the date! Sunday, January 26, 2020, 11am to 1 pm. The Annual Baby Brunch welcomes the newest residents of Huntington born in 2019. In honor of each new baby, a new picture book with a Baby Book Dedication bookplate will have the child’s name and birthday will be added to the library’s collection. There will also be a healthy and delicious brunch for families. Invitations will be sent to all those born in 2019 and should arrive in mailboxes in early to mid January.
Farming (and Gardening) on the Wild Side Join our community and neighbors on Sunday, February 2 at 4:15pm at the Huntington Public Library for an inspiring presentation given by ecologists, farmers and authors Nancy and John Hayden. They will be speaking about the evolution of The Farm Between in Jefferson, VT over a period of 28 years from a conventional dairy to a regenerative organic fruit farm and nursery.
Nancy and John will share information on how you can add pollinator and bird habitat, manage pests, soak up and use carbon for soil fertility, improve water quality, and enjoy the fruits of your labor from whatever size parcel of land that you steward.
Their newly published book, “Farming on the Wild Side – The Evolution of a Regenerative Organic Farm and Nursery” is available at the Library. To learn more about these gentle regenerative farmers see: thefarmbetween.com.
Special Thanks to Tim and Linda Jones who in honor of his beloved parents, Hilton and Lorraine Jones has donated three years of Consumer Reports Online!
Come visit the beautiful art exhibit featuring local artist
Hatha Yoga with Tania Dornic Returns!…
Please note the Thursday dates as follows: 10/24, 11/7, 11/21, 12/5 and 12/19. The time is 5:45pm -6:45 pm. The fee has changed to $50 in advance for the 5-class series, or $13 drop-in. The style will remain slow, mindful, and alignment-based, with yin and yoga nidra mixed in at the end. Please feel free to contact Tania directly to let her know to plan for you or with any questions at 802/355-4013 (call or text).
Art Space at the Library The Library has beautiful gallery space for hanging all types of media, from unframed photographs to shadowboxes. Artists are welcome to sell their work and no percentage is taken by the Library. Please contact us with any questions!
****Note: Listen Up Vermont/Overdrive/Libby is moving to a two step authentication login system. This will provide patrons with more security.
After June 2019 things will look a little different. Everyone must have a valid library card and then will be asked to choose their library, use their barcode (nine digit account number), and use a personal password.
Patrons will use their barcode number as their log in and use a password. The password is the same used to check on your koha account from home. 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. We can renew your card, give you a password and troubleshoot all one phone call!
Please look under the tab “Resources” to see our collection of materials that are not in the koha catalog!