The APL will be open from 9:00 to 1:00 on Tuesday, December 24th,
and closed Wednesday, December 25th.
Vermont Reads 2013
The Ainsworth Readers Group and students from WMHS met to discuss this year’s ‘Vermont Reads’ book Poetry 180 edited by Billy Collins. Read more about this on the Readers Group Page.
The Halloween Carnival
was tremendous fun!
A heartfelt thank you to everyone who attended, the volunteers and donors–
who helped make this event such a success!
To view all the spooky fun click here for our slideshow.
Be Smart, get a library card!
Come on down and check us out!
with Bill & His Critters
Storytime will resume after the holidays.
Sign Up for Front Porch Forum!
Helping Neighbors Connect
One quick easy step and you will be connected to friends and neighbors.
Vermont 2013/14 Awards Books
Click here for more information about this year’s selections for
Red Clover Book Award nominees, Dorothy Canfield Fisher Award nominees
and Green Mountain Book Award nominees.
Book & Cookie Sale Hits the Spot!
In spite of the rainy cold weather the Book & Cookie Sale was busy, busy!
Thanks to all the folks who came and supported the Library.
A special thanks to Lyle Tent Company and the community volunteers
who made this event possible.
Williamstown Reads “World Book Night”
“Williamstown Reads World Book Night” was part of the Ainsworth Public Library’s “World Book Night” activities. The book discussion of “My Antonia” by Willa Cather was held Wednesday May 15 at The Williamstown Gardens. Members of the Williamstown Readers Group and other community members were joined by Regina Ritscher (second from right) who facilitated the discussion. We also had a surprise guest when former librarian Flora O’Hara joined the group. This is the second year that the Ainsworth Public Library has been a World Book Night giver.
APL Celebrates Turning 100
with a Centennial Reception
The Centennial Reception for the the Ainsworth Public Library was held on Saturday, December 17, 2011, at the Williamstown Middle High School. It featured music, speakers, refreshments and special presentations.
You can read more about it and view the photo album of the event here.
Visit us at 2338 VT Rte 14 in the village of Williamstown, Vermont.
The Librarian and Assistant Librarian are here to serve you by providing your informational, educational, and entertainment needs through books, audio or video materials or computer availability.
Through Interlibrary Loan, materials can be borrowed from other libraries to supplement our collection.
Registering for a library card is FREE here.
Suggestions are welcome for programming ideas or materials to purchase.
Mailing address: Ainsworth Public Library, P.O. Box 236, Williamstown, VT 05679
Phone: (802) 433-5887, FAX: (802) 433-2161, Email: email@example.com
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