News from the Pierson Library

“Les Miserables:  The Nuclear Bombs Remaining in the Back Yard,” a presentation by John Isaacs, Executive Director of the Council for a Livable World, co-sponsored by the Vermont Council on World Affairs and the Pierson Library.  If you are concerned about the nuclear threat posed by Korea and potentially by Iran, come to this presentation to learn more about the nuclear issue.  Mr. Isaacs will speak on Monday, May 20 at 4:30 pm in the Shelburne Town Hall.
Even Boomers Grow Older . . . or It Only Gets Worse, an aging advocate’s humorous insights on “the Golden Years”: Scott Funk, a financial professional who has worked with retirees for over a decade and writes a monthly column “Aging in Place” which appears in many Vermont newspapers, will bring a smile to your face as he talks about embracing the inevitable. Mr. Funk will speak on Thursday, May 30 at 6:30 pm in the Shelburne Town Hall. This presentation is co-sponsored by the Charlotte and Pierson Libraries.
Shelburne at 250! Did you know that Shelburne will be celebrating the 250th anniversary of its charter this year? Celebratory events are being planned for the weekend of August 16-18. The Pierson Library will be sponsoring two presentations in advance, one on “The Natural History of Shelburne,” and one on “The Human History of Shelburne.”   More details about these presentations will be coming shortly.
Shelburne History Artifacts:  The Pierson Library will be planning a special display throughout August about the history of Shelburne. Perhaps you have something in your basement, attic, or closet that you’d like to share with other town residents. We’d be interested in borrowing any old diaries, journal, photographs, or other memorabilia you might have kept from generations past.
Calling all artists: The Pierson Library enjoys displaying the work of local artists and crafts people in the library, and we do want to feature a wide variety of genres throughout the year. If you would be interested in exhibiting  your work at the Library in the coming months, please contact Carol at 985-5124.
The Library will be closed.
The Library will be closed on Tuesday, May 21 so that the staff can attend the Vermont Libraries Association Annual Meeting.  We will be learning about new resources and techniques for enhancing your library visits.
The Library will also be closed on Monday, May 27 in honor of Memorial Day.  Stock up on your favorite books, audiobooks, and DVDs before we close for the long weekend on Saturday, May 26 at 3 pm.

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