Charlotte Library News

Summer Reading begins Tuesday June 26 Kick-off party at 1 p.m. Learn how raptors build their habitats in this hands-on session with Vermont Institute of Natural Science. For all ages.  Full information about all summer reading programs available online at charlottepubliclibrary.org. Book Drop-Off for the annual Friends of the Library Book Sale has begun. Library staff… Read More »

Charlotte Rescue and Fire Log

April 29 10:01 a.m. Charlotte Fire and Rescue responded to what turned out to be a false fire alarm on Elfin Road. 8:19 p.m. Charlotte Fire assisted Hinesburg Fire at a residential structure fire at Lyman Meadow in Hinesburg. 11 p.m. Charlotte Fire and Rescue were dispatched to an electrical fire on Whalley Road. The… Read More »

Charlotte Library News

Kids Summer Reading Program begins June 26 Kick-off party at 1 p.m. Learn how raptors build their habitats in this hand-on session with Vermont Institute of Natural Science. For all ages. Details about all summer reading programs available on our website: charlottepubliclibrary.org. Adult Summer Book Groups are getting started, from serious discussion to hammock reading. Copies… Read More »

Charlotte Library News

Summer Book Groups are getting started, from serious discussion to hammock reading.  Copies of the books are available at the library circulation desk. June Mystery Book Group “A Murder of Magpies” by Judith Flanders. Meets Monday, June 18 at 10 a.m. July Book Group at Charlotte Senior Center “Serve It Forth” by M.F.K. Fisher. Meets… Read More »

Charlotte kids jazz things up

Charlotte kids jazz things up

The Charlotte Central School 7/8 Stage Band, led by music teacher Andy Smith, played a set of 11 songs on Church Street in Burlington on Tuesday. The concert was part of the city’s Discover Jazz festival, and the final performance for the eighth grade musicians.

Charlotte teacher named ‘Rising Star’

The Vermont Association for Middle Level Education has announced its 2018 awards for teachers in grades 5-8 and it has named Charlotte Central School math and social studies teacher Natasha Grey its Rising Star. The sixth-grade teacher was recognized for her student-led, proficiency-based approach to teaching and learning, and her use of interdisciplinary and multimedia… Read More »

Charlotte Library News

THINK Tank: Paper Circuits Today at 3:15 p.m. Make light-up circuits on a piece of paper. Conductive tape, a battery and LEDs will light up your card or folded paper creation. For grades 4-8. Registration required. For more sessions, please request to be put on the waiting list. Seed Library Plenty of seeds for growing your own… Read More »