Here you'll find the best of both classic and current literature, up-to-date reference sources and the vast world of the internet. You'll also find a variety of programs and activities geared to folks of all ages as well as specially planned events designed to entertain and educate. We are proud to serve the Swanton area in every way we can.We hope you will drop by and visit us often.
SWANTON PUBLIC LIBRARY
1 FIRST ST.
SWANTON, VT 05488
Swanton Public Library offers a number of on-going programs for both our youngest patrons and those who remain young at heart, regardless of age. From scrapbooking to children's story hour, we believe you will find something to pique your interest at SPL.
CHILDREN'S STORY HOUR
Wednesday’s at 10 a.m. Hear a story and do an easy craft; for ages babies and up. Any questions, please call 868-7656.
Two backpacks are available at the Library for take-home 'adventures'. The packs contain both a fiction and non-fiction book as well as bookmarks, stickers, and activity packs. These are designed to provide easy and fun reading activities for children. Contact the Library for further information.
SWANTON 'MILLIONAIRES' READING CLUB
The Swanton Millionaires Club is run in conjunction with Swanton Elementary School and will meet weekly starting in October 2012. The Club is designed to encourage reading activities within our elementary school aged children.
BOOK DISCUSSION GROUP
The Book Discussion Group meets regularly at the Library to discuss a book they have selected for reading and discussion. If you’d like to join the group, or want more information, please stop by the Circulation Desk or call 868-7656.
KNITTING AND CROCHETING GROUP
Meets every Tuesday at 6:00 pm.
Beginners, pros, teens, and tweens are all invited. Everyone works on their own project. Please bring your own needles and yarn.
When in session, the group meets every other Thursday at 6:00 pm at the Library. Bring your own materials (pages, glue, scissors, etc.) and join this creative group. Sessions vary by season. Click here for 2013 winter/spring dates.
. . . And many more specially planned activities designed to entertain and educate. See our Events and News page.