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New families are encouraged to visit the library anytime.  Many programs are held in the children’s room–parents find this a welcome connection to each other.

The Children’s Room is known for its very family friendly space.  Families use the space to play with puppets, read together in the rocking chair, and use the toys or play the piano.  Parents help or supervise their children on the computers.  Parents can check their email while their children look for books.


Children’s Storytime for ages birth to 5 on Tuesday mornings at 10:00 a.m. and on Wednesday mornings at 10:30 a.m. A fantastic time to borrow books, enjoy stories, songs, fingerplays and rhymes!  With a “letter of the day” and a focus on one of the six early literacy skills, songs, crafts and the opportunity to meet new library friends!

**There will be no storytime on Tuesday December 26 and Wednesday December 27.**


January 12 – Friday 6:00 p.m.

Simon Brooks, storyteller

Save the date- beloved storyteller, Simon Brooks, will visit the Cobleigh Library for a special all-ages show. Free and open to all!

British storyteller, Simon Brooks was raised on stories and taken to the places where these stories began. Ancient hills, standing stones, and castles were Simon’s upbringing. As an acclaimed storyteller Simon Brooks has engaged and transfixed with his powerful performances all over New England. As a master storyteller, Simon has taught and performed at libraries, schools, colleges, festivals, camps and at museums!  With his bodhrán and stories, Simon combines the intensity of a solo performance with the intimacy of a face-to-face conversation whether on CD or live. People all over New England seek Simon for his storytelling. He is popular with kids, being so kid-like himself, and the twinkle in his eye has adults laughing, too. Like a one man show, comedian, storyteller, raconteur Simon is one of the most popular storytellers the Northeast has.

Cobleigh Library Origami Group (CLOG)

Thursdays, 3:30-4:30 p.m.

Grades 4-8. (Adults welcome, too!)

Learn the art of paper folding with volunteer Teresa Vasko!  She will lead the class in a variety of creations each week. CLOG has been known to create and fly paper airplanes, make cards for the guests of the Darling Inn Meal Site, holiday projects and many other unique and creative projects.  Come and be a part of this fun and enjoyable group! Free- no registration required.


Magic- the Gathering

Saturdays at 11:00 am- 1:00 pm

A group at the library has formed to play the card game, Magic, the Gathering. Players of all skill levels welcome. If you don’t have cards, cards will be provided for you. If you don’t know how to play, you can learn the basics. Commander games are available.

If you have any questions, call Wilson at 535-1101 or the library at 626-5475.

 Check out some highlights from our 2017 Summer Reading Program!


Summer Reading Kick-off with Jon Gailmor

Forestry walk at Lyndon State Forest with Forester Emily Meacham

T-shirt making with Jerry Schneider, the Butterfly Guy

Bridge building!

Making bat houses and glass mosaics at The Foundry for Tinkerer Tuesday

Tower Building!

Our first-prize float for the Stars and Stripes Parade.


Modern Times Theater helped us celebrate the end of the summer at the Literacy Fair. We also voted for how to use the Heifer International funds we raised with our Read to Feed project.

Please see the link below for more Cobleigh photos.

Please let us know if your family would like to be added to the Cobleigh Library’s homeschool email list.  If you want to be added to the library publicity email list, please let us know.