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Events Calendar


Upcoming Events:

The library added a new service of The RB Digital Audiobook program which offers patron access to high-quality downloadable Recorded Books titles. This program includes titles for adults, children and young adults and includes a variety of fiction and non-fiction titles, including best-sellers.

  • The Core List of Recorded Books titles will always be available to your library patrons. No holds or waiting lists required for these multi-access titles.
  • Recorded Books will add a collection of NEW multi-access titles to the consortium’s collection each quarter. 
  • All eBook content is single access.


See our web page for more information

Kanopy – get free access to thousands of movies with your library card.  Click here.

Birth-5 Storytime:  Storytime is going live! We will meet in Bandstand Park in Lyndonville, weather permitting, on Tuesdays at 10:00 and Wednesdays at 10:30. Wednesday’s storytime will also be live-streamed via our Facebook page.

Check our kids page for all the recorded storytimes from the past few months.

Stories with David Martin: Local children’s author David Martin has created a set of videos  reading his books and singing original songs. Until June 30th, recordings can be found here.

Imagine Your Story with Zines– an online workshop for teens and tweens, starting Wednesday July 8th at 4:00 p.m. Instructor Lassiter Williams, YA author and zine-maker, will instruct the class. A zine making kit will be available by pick-up at the library! Please register for this class by emailing or calling the library at (802) 626-5475. What is a zine? It’s a self-made magazine, and it can be about anything you want!

Summer Reading Program registration is happening now! Register here. Reach your weekly reading goals to be entered into a weekly prize drawing. Complete your goals by August 1st and recieve a free pizza from House of Pizza and a free book from Green Mountain Books, courtesy of Passumpsic Bank.

A storywalk will be installed at Bandstand Park, starting July 1st. A storywalk is a book that has been taken apart, laminated, and mounted on signs to read while you enjoy the park! Families are welcome to enjoy the storywalk on their own time, and we request that you observe social distancing guidelines while you read.

Book Discussion Program – The Gilded Age – Then and Now   We are making this program available through zoom with new dates.  If you are interested, please contact the library and we will put you in the email with the link.  At this time you can pick up future books through Curb Side Pick Up

This book discussion series meets monthly. Sign out a book from the Cobleigh to participate. The first book is Last Days of Night by Graham Moore. Books span the time from the 1893 Columbian Exposition to the Gilded Age.  Portrayals of inventors, entrepreneurs, artists and lawyers include Henry James, Stanford White, Clarence Darrow, George Westinghouse, Thomas Edison, D.W. Griffiths and detective William Burns. Three novels and a narrative history illustrate that spectacular time period in ways that in turn illuminate our own era.

The schedule is:

Thursday, July 9th at 7:00 p.m. American Lightning: Terror, Mystery, and the Birth of Hollywood and the Crime of the Century by Howard Blum

Thursday, August 13th at 7:00 p.m. Maze at Windermere by Gregory Blake Smith

The discussion sponsored by the Vermont Humanities Council is free and open to the public with Suzanne Brown as the discussion leader.  Extra copies of the books are available at the library to check out through Curb Side Service.  The Cobleigh Library is accessible.


Cobleigh Board of Trustees Meeting
Thursday, September 17
6:00 p.m.
Board of Trustee meetings are open to the public and all are welcome to attend.