Outdoor Movie on the Green
Celebrate the end of baseball season with the feminist classic A League of Their Own. Bring your own blanket and drinks—we will provide the popcorn. This movie is rated PG and everyone is welcome, but parents may wish to look it up on commonsensemedia.org to determine whether you want to bring your little ones. We will begin the movie promptly at 7, so please come a little early to get settled before we start and wear a mask until you get to your designated seating area. Please complete a separate registration here for each person in your group/household who is coming, as we need to cap attendance according to the movie license. Friday, September 25, 7 pm. (Rain date Friday, October 2).
Brown Bag Book Discussion Online
Current Events Online Discussion
Fall Bookmobile Service
We are excited to extend our popular bookmobile service through October 15! Visit us after school, Wednesday mornings at the park, or at the farmers market. Dottie will also be visiting the Finney Crossing neighborhood this fall. We encourage anyone who is new to Williston to stop by the bookmobile and get a Library card and learn more about what DAML has to offer.
Program Services Librarian – Part-time 25 hours/week. Dorothy Alling Memorial Library (Williston VT)
Dorothy Alling Memorial Library is looking for a Program Services Librarian to join our team. The position is part-time 25 hours/week including one evening to 8PM and one Saturday per month. The program services librarian is responsible for planning, developing and providing dynamic library programs for adults in-person and online. The person also collaborates with Youth Services and Outreach staff to provide multi-age programs; identifies and administers grant requests necessary to support programs; and develops and coordinates advertising for Library programs and services.
We’re looking for someone with the ability to prioritize tasks, juggle multiple projects and remain flexible. Experience with basic graphic design software, social media and other marketing tools, excellent written and verbal communication skills and the demonstrated ability to work well with people of all ages are also important.
StoryWalk on the Green
To celebrate all of those children starting school this year, DAML presents a StoryWalk® on the town green next to the Library featuring “The King of Kindergarten" by Derrick Barnes. September 1-30.
The StoryWalk® Project was created by Anne Ferguson of Montpelier, VT and developed in collaboration with the Kellogg-Hubbard Library. Storywalk® is a registered service mark owned by Ms. Ferguson.