Meet the artist, Martin Bock, whose photos & sculptures are on display in the Main Reading Room
The teenage musicians who play in the ONE Band (Old North End Neighborhood Band) perform the traditional music of Burlington, Vermont. The Old North End has always welcomed refugees and other immigrants. In the homes, street and social halls of our neighborhood the music of these groups rings out joyously and blends into a mix unique to our community. ONE Band’s student musicians study the music of immigrant groups past and present.
Dinoman! Space takes us through the solar system & beyond, featuring magnificent huge dinosaurs in the library!
8th ANNUAL SEED SWAP
Support your public library! Join us for a Jazz Brunch benefitting the Library.
The Fletcher Free Library will be hosting a Jazz Brunch on March 18th from 11:00am to 1:00pm in our Main Reading Room. Jenni Johnson & The Jazz Junketeers will be there to delight attendees. Tickets for this event are $45 per person and can be purchased from the Library circulation desk. This event is a celebration of March as Women’s History Month, recognizing the role the Library plays in the cultural enrichment of our community.
Poet, Greg Delanty reads from and discusses his new book of poetry – Selected Delanty from Un-Gyve Press. Please join us for this after-hours event in celebration of poetry.