Programs & Events

September 2021

Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun
  • Planning Commission
  • Storytime
  • Storytime
  • Postponed to Spring 2022: Aging Gardens, Aging Gardeners
  • Storytime
  • Katina Idol's Zoom Meeting
  • Storytime
  • Vermont Author Talk
  • Painting Clay Cups
  • Library Trustees Meeting
  • Storytime

Programs & Events


Learn the meditative art of Zentangle® to create images from structured repetitive patterns, called tangles. It is a form of artistic meditation best for ages 12 and up. To learn more and register go to

Programming for Children

Story Hour
Join Emily for stories, songs and play at 10 am every Thursday.
Every Thursday at 10 am
Paint your own handmade clay cup

Just in time to welcome cooler weather, paint your own handmade clay cup wheel-thrown by local artist Emma Podolin. Colored slips and sgrafitto, a carving technique, will be used to decorate the surface of our pots. Emma will glaze and fire the cups to be food safe. This will be held outside in the library backyard under the tent. We welcome adults and youth to participate in this hands-on program.

Space is limited so please pre-register with Emily at [email protected]. A $5 materials fee is requested.  
Saturday, September 25th, 10:00 AM
Stuffed Animal Sleepover
Bring in you stuffed animal friend between 2-4 pm on Wednesday, tuck them in and read them a story for a sleepover at the library. Pick them up the next day (Thursday) at storytime or anytime you like!
To be announced
SOAR – Sharing Our Amazing Resources – learn about all the great places you can go on-line to educate children when school is closed or on-linePDF
Kits to check out and enjoy – Circus Smirkus,
Hiking & Orienteering, Natalie Kinsey Storykeepers, Fairy Houses, Pumpkins
Available whenever library open
Virtual Storytimes – The joys of books are brought to young readers while being read to at home by special guests and our own librarian. –
Early Elementary Brochure
Middle School + Brochure
Teaching Guide pages from NEH

Links to Enjoy — Virtual tours for children & adults. Learn about the world from the comfort of your computer.

Programming for Adults

Vermont Author Talk
S. Lee Manning of Elmore will present her new spy thriller, Nerve Attack, under the tent outside the library as well as her career as a stand-up comedian
Thursday, September 23
4:00 PM
Slide Presentation
An informative media presentation of Aging Gardens, Aging Gardeners by Advanced Master Gardener Ann McEntee
Spring 2022

Programming for All Ages

History Walks
The Greensboro Historical Society will be offering self-touring, summer long history walks throughout throughout Greensboro and Greensboro Bend as well as an interactive exhibit for all ages featuring the prize winning Highland Cows of Greensboro Bend.
Old Stonehouse Museum in Brownington has lots to explore including an oxen exhibit, kid’s Friday take home kits, museum tours, and more! We have passes at the GFL.
The Fairbanks Museum in St. Johnsbury has wonderful opportunities including a butterfly house, summer camp in a box, Dinosaurs of Antarctica planetarium shows, and more:
Old Stonehouse Museum in Brownington has lots to explore including an oxen exhibit, kid’s Friday take home kits, museum tours, and more! We have passes at the GFL.
The Northeast Kingdom Astronomy Foundation in Peacham has monthly star parties for the whole family where you can look at the night sky through powerful telescopes. Find dates  at:
The Montshire Museum in Norwich has a dinosaur exhibit!
The Echo Museum in Burlington will teach you all about the critters in Lake Champlain and more.  Passes coming to the GFL soon!
Skype a Scientist. Join one of their live programs or watch a previous session on their YouTube channel.
The Museum Of Science Boston has many at home STEM activities to try.
The Boston Children’s Museum has online mad libs and lots of fun ideas and resources to do at home.
Learn about animals from National Geographic:
CLiF is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to inspire a love of reading and writing. They have lots of free, fun ideas, resources, and events in Vermont and New Hampshire.
Greensboro Historical Society has images on display in the library dating back to the 1890s which can be viewed when the library is open.

Upstairs Book Sale

The Book Sale is open (upstairs in the library) whenever the library is open.