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   Friday, July 25, 2014
7:00 PM
Ed Pincus Film "One Step Away"
Event Location: Warren Public Library, Third Floor
Contact: Anne Dillon   (802) 496-3656
programs@warrenlibrary.com
One Step Away is a documentary film by the late, renowned documentary filmmaker, Ed Pincus, who lived in Roxbury. One Step Away was made in 1967. Commissioned by the Public Broadcasting Lab, it charts the dissolution of a hippie commune during the Summer of Love in San Francisco.

Part of the presentation will be a brief 20 minute talk by Ed's widow, Jane Pincus. She will discuss her husband's work. 



   Tuesday, July 29, 2014
10:00 AM- 12:00 PM
Knit & Play
Event Location: Warren Public Library Children's Area
Contact: Deborah Kahn   496-3913 or 496-3221
warrenlibrary@gmavt.net
Drop in with yarn and needles or crochet hook, bring children if you can round them up, and hang out, gossip, get tips and relax. (I'm stuck in a boring meeting in Montpelier this Tuesday, but the library will be open if you want to drop in and knit.)



   Wednesday, July 30, 2014
10:00 AM
Story Hour - "Night Sky"
Event Location: Children's Area
Contact: Marie A. Schmukal   496-3913
kids@warrenlibrary.com
Look up! It's the moon and stars!


3:30 PM- 5:00 PM
Summer Reading Program: Something to Reflect Upon
Event Location: Children's Area
Contact: Marie A. Schmukal   496-3913
kids@warrenlibrary.com
We'll play with light and color using mirrors, LED's, and more.


   Monday, August 04, 2014
9:00 AM- 12:00 PM
Squishy Circuits: Building Circuits with Conductive Play Dough
Event Location:
Contact: Marie A. Schmukal   802-496-3913
kids@warrenlibrary.com
Build playful and colorful sculptures using conductive play dough. Using jumbo LEDs and batteries we’ll build parallel and series circuits and then use these patterns to build unique sculptures that light up! This engaging activity allows for all the fun of the play dough you are used to. Learning about circuits has never been so hands-on and accessible to young kids. That said, we know plenty of adults who love playing with Squishy Circuits as much as the youngsters.

Children age 3 and up are welcome but younger kids will need an adult helper with them. Class is also open to adults.

This event is free, courtesy of the State of Vermont Department of Libraries, Vermont Makers, the Vermont Public Library Foundation, UVM’s College of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences, and also the funder, Vermont Community Foundation. Classes are limited to twenty people per class.



   Tuesday, August 05, 2014
10:00 AM- 12:00 PM
Knit & Play
Event Location: Warren Public Library Children's Area
Contact: Deborah Kahn   496-3913 or 496-3221
warrenlibrary@gmavt.net
Drop in with yarn and needles or crochet hook, bring children if you can round them up, and hang out, gossip, get tips and relax. (I'm stuck in a boring meeting in Montpelier this Tuesday, but the library will be open if you want to drop in and knit.)



   Tuesday, August 12, 2014
10:00 AM- 12:00 PM
Knit & Play
Event Location: Warren Public Library Children's Area
Contact: Deborah Kahn   496-3913 or 496-3221
warrenlibrary@gmavt.net
Drop in with yarn and needles or crochet hook, bring children if you can round them up, and hang out, gossip, get tips and relax. (I'm stuck in a boring meeting in Montpelier this Tuesday, but the library will be open if you want to drop in and knit.)



   Tuesday, August 19, 2014
10:00 AM- 12:00 PM
Knit & Play
Event Location: Warren Public Library Children's Area
Contact: Deborah Kahn   496-3913 or 496-3221
warrenlibrary@gmavt.net
Drop in with yarn and needles or crochet hook, bring children if you can round them up, and hang out, gossip, get tips and relax. (I'm stuck in a boring meeting in Montpelier this Tuesday, but the library will be open if you want to drop in and knit.)



   Tuesday, August 26, 2014
10:00 AM- 12:00 PM
Knit & Play
Event Location: Warren Public Library Children's Area
Contact: Deborah Kahn   496-3913 or 496-3221
warrenlibrary@gmavt.net
Drop in with yarn and needles or crochet hook, bring children if you can round them up, and hang out, gossip, get tips and relax. (I'm stuck in a boring meeting in Montpelier this Tuesday, but the library will be open if you want to drop in and knit.)