Megan Viscio, local artist and teacher, will be selecting winners, whose pets will be made into mini-sculptures and featured in her art show. To enter the contest, provide a short write-up about your rescue pet or rescue experience along with several photographs from which Megan will work. The winners will get to keep the mini-sculptures after the show. If interested or if you need more information, contact Megan at [email protected] or Gail Brown at [email protected] Because the library is presently closed, the art show may become virtual or it will wait until the library can safely open. Visit Megan’s art work at thestudiohouse.blog.
Library book discussions are going digital! Adult readers should join the Voorpl Book Group on Facebook. There we will host various formal book discussions and informal chatter about book-related topics. Request to join this closed group and get accepted by VPL to get the private links to the discussion meetings.
Imagine Your Story” at the Voorheesville Public Library! We are excited to offer a summer reading program where we will read, create, and learn together as individuals, families, and as a community. We are imagining something entirely new for the summer of 2020. Be on the lookout as we unveil this summer’s program very soon. Check the library’s website for up to date details.
The Friends of the Voorheesville Library have been selected to receive funds in May from reusable bag purchases at the Voorheesville Hannaford. Please consider purchasing a reusable bag to help support the Friends of the Voorheesville Library.
The Library Board of Trustees will present the 20-21 budget at their virtual meeting on Monday, May 18th, at 7 p.m. To attend virtually, please follow the link shared on the library’s website, www.voorpl.org.
— Lynn Kohler
Michael Hallisey is managing editor of Spotlight Newspapers.