Please see our events calendar for the most current and accurate program information.
Regularly scheduled programs include:
First Wednesdays humanities lecture series, first Wednesday monthly 7 PM, September-May.
language tables, 1st and 3rd Saturdays 2-4 PM – Bring a bag lunch and practice speaking to other folks in Spanish, Japanese or German.
AA meeting, Fridays noon-1 PM.
monthly book sales – All proceeds go to support library collections and activities. Sponsored by the Friends of Rutland Free Library.
Job hunt helper: We have an intern from Community College of Vermont in twice a week to help with career & job search questions.
The library book club is an open group to everyone who loves to read a good book and then talk about it. This informal group is made up of both genders, a variety of ages and definitely differing points of view. They laugh, they share, they ponder and they nearly always find themselves coming back.
Ask at the circulation desk for more information, where we keep copies of the book for the current month.
Books in Bars book club (for 20s and 30 somethings) Usually on a Tuesday evening at alternative bars and restaurants in Rutland County. This is not a library-sponsored club, so please find them on Facebook for more information.
Please see the Kids Zone page for children’s programming.
For more information about programs please contact the library, (802) 773-1860 or firstname.lastname@example.org