Adult programs

Adult Programming

Artists Patti Warren and Rosalie desGroseilliers Exhibit

Kilton Community Room

It's watercolors galore at the Kilton Library Community Room! Come see colorful works from two local artists. Patti Warren is a certified art instructor and watercolorist. Rosalie desGroseilliers is an artist/teacher at RdG Studio in Hardwick, VT. Rosalie specializes in watercolors and painted glassware. Both artists will have their works on display during Library hours through January.

Camping with the Elephants: A Wildlife Safari in Botswana

Kilton Community Room

Join Dan Hopkins of GrassTrack Safaris as he shares stories from his recent adven- tures in Botswana. Dan has traveled extensively throughout Africa and currently organ- izes and leads safaris to this fascinating continent. You’ll embark on a virtual safari into the remote African bush. Experience the cultures, history, and landscapes of the this spectacular country. Learn about the abundant game, its natural history, and important conservation efforts to preserve the wildlife and wild places of Africa.

Screening of Citizenfour

Kilton Community Room

Come see the Academy Award winning film Citizenfour at the Kilton Library.  This 2014 documentary tells the story of Edward Snowden and how his actions revealed NSA programs spying on US Citizens.  As a bonus, we will offer a free flash drive with the privacy enhancing operating system Tails on it.  This operating system is recommended by Snowden himself.

Northern Stage Program at Kilton Library

Kilton Community Room

On Sept. 29 at 6:30 in the Kilton Community Room, Cast & Company members from Northern Stage will lead a one-hour conversation about their upcoming production of Our Town. “No curtain. No scenery.” A minimalist theatrical style sets apart the 1938 recipient of the Pulitzer Prize for Drama: Thornton Wilder’s Our Town. Wilder’s greatest and best-known work as a playwright, Our Town opens with the Stage Manager’s introduction to Grover’s Corners, a fictional town based on Peterborough, New Hampshire where Wilder often spent his summers.