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Ready, Set, Read Summer 2022 Adult program ended with a bang! The jar was full of tickets from the many summer readers and the prizes were drawn on August 31st. 13 prizes were awarded to 13 readers and the grand prize was won by Kim Flanders, pictured above!  Prizes were donated by several local businesses including Ye Ole General Store and Dollar General as well as by several individuals. Thank you to all who made this fun summer program a success

 




Bake Sales at Ye Ole General store on the second Saturday of the month from 9:00 to 2:00 -  September through April.  
Next bake sale at Ye Ole General: Saturday, February 11
, 2023 9am-2pm.  Bakers are very much appreciated and needed.  Thank you for your scrumptious donations and help....

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  • Annual Book and Plant Sale: Second Friday and Saturday of May

  • Summer Read Program: Each summer to encourage reading for children and adults, more information available each spring

  • Carmel Days: First weekend in October - Enjoy our home-made pies!

  • Community Tree Lighting: Joint program with Carmel Historical Society first Sunday in December.

  • December is Book Amnesty Month!  If your books are over due, all fines will be forgiven if the book is returned along with a donation of non-perishable food.  All food is donated to a local food bank. Help the Library by returning the books so others may read them and help your neighbors as well.

  • Children's Story Hour - in person weekly on Saturdays at 10 am.  Story and Craft drop-in events take place monthly on Saturday from 9 am - 12pm  

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StoryWalk® at the Five Road Recreation Field - Walk the nature trail and indulge in a good book!  Closed for the season - will re-open in May 2023

     Our StoryWalk® was created in 2018 due to the efforts of past librarian, Becky Ames, as a collaboration between the library and the Town of Carmel.  In 2022, the Carmel Elementary School teamed with the library to produce several StoryWalk® books so that books could be changed monthly during the season.  This is an ever-evolving community project.

    The Story Walk Project was created by Anne Ferguson of Montpelier, VT and developed in collaboration with the Vermont Bicycle and Pedestrian Coalition and the Kellogg-Hubbard Library. Storywalk® is a registered service mark owned by Ms. Ferguson

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