Programs & Events

January 2022

Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun
  • Planning Commission
  • Historical Society Meeting
  • GFL Book Club

Programs & Events
All Ages at the Library

Home Craft Kits
Come in and pick up some for yourself and friends and family as we celebrate this holiday time, this time of darkness, and the return of the light. Kids and adults alike are invited to make these handcrafted creations for themselves and as gifts for others. Currently we have make your own beautiful window stars available. These are made by folding and layering special paper in a way that lets the light shine through when taped onto your window.  
Available whenever library open
Gratitude Project
Come in and write or draw a message of gratitude for something in your life and add it to our line outside. Pick up a stamped postcard to mail to someone you are grateful for. Find a book to read with your kids in celebrating gratitude. We are grateful for you!

Five local libraries – Greensboro Free Library, Jeudevine Memorial, Craftsbury Public Library, the John Woodruff Simpson Memorial Library and the Albany Public Library are offering opportunities for expressing gratitude during December.

Each library will host a gratitude destination, with activities, ideas and books to support practicing gratitude, including a gratitude tree or line to hang colorful fabric with messages of gratitude.

Patrons, community members and visitors are welcome to stop by and write or draw a message; these messages will be on display for view and reflection for folks to acknowledge the good things happening in the community, our families, and the world. It is a way to lift our spirits as head into winter.
Available whenever library open
DIY Storytime
You can find a book and craft on the table in the makerspace to do or poke around and make your own project. We have legos, snapcircuits, craft supplies, coloring, beads, toys, and more!
Available whenever library open
Coming Soon
Beeswax candle rolling, dream pillow making, make your own tea bags, ornaments, and more!
We would love to brighten your day and help you brighten someone else’s!
All is free and everyone is welcome whether you are a library patron or not. 
To be announced

Programming for Children

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

Greensboro Community Conversation Cafe
Join us via Zoom to discover an easy-to-use method for creating a living network of collaborative dialogue around questions that matter about Greensboro and the library.
To be announced
Learning Circles
Learn alongside others via Zoom. More information and a list of Circles can be found at Among the courses they offer are “Challenge Your Gender Assumptions Game”, “Write Your First Novel”, and “Foundations of Mindfulness”. Go to their website to find one you might like.
Slide Presentation
An informative media presentation of Aging Gardens, Aging Gardeners by Advanced Master Gardener Ann McEntee
Spring 2020

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.