Lego, checkers, puzzles, 4-4:45 PM

Children develop problem-solving skills and have fun while assembling jigsaw puzzles, playing checkers, and building with LEGO bricks®. For children of all ages. In cooperation with the Boys & Girls Club of Rutland County.  

Game day, 12-3 PM

A gathering of children interested in playing board games. Bring your favorite games! Hosted by Rutland Area Home Schoolers. Image courtesy of Pixabay

Game day, 12-3 PM

A gathering of children interested in playing board games. Bring your favorite games! Hosted by Rutland Area Home Schoolers. Image courtesy of Pixabay

Game day, 12-3 PM

A gathering of children interested in playing board games. Bring your favorite games! Hosted by Rutland Area Home Schoolers. Image courtesy of Pixabay

Game day, 12-3 PM

A gathering of children interested in playing board games. Bring your favorite games! Hosted by Rutland Area Home Schoolers. Image courtesy of Pixabay

Lego, checkers, puzzles, 4-4:45 PM

Children develop problem-solving skills and have fun while assembling jigsaw puzzles, playing checkers, and building with LEGO bricks®. For children of all ages. In cooperation with the Boys & Girls Club of Rutland County.  

Murder by the Book plot revealed

Here’s the Murder by the Book slideshow in which we reveal the dastardly backstory to Penelope Pureheart’s life of crime! And thanks to everybody who came out to support Rutland Free Library’s murder mystery party …

Murder by the Book, 7-9 PM

A murder has been committed in the historic Library! Can you solve the clues to guess whodunit from our cast of local celebrities? There will be music, prizes, light refreshments, and surprises galore! Watch this space for more details … … Continued

Game day, 12-3 PM

A gathering of children interested in playing board games. Bring your favorite games! Hosted by Rutland Area Home Schoolers. Image courtesy of Pixabay

Civility & its discontents, 7 PM

First Wednesday Series While many pundits lament the death of civility in American politics, others argue that a commitment to civility minimizes our differences in the name of public nicety. Middlebury religion professor James Davis explains why civility is essential … Continued