Join us for a movie to entertain everyone young at heart—- whatever your age.
What can you do to make the Library even better? The Friends of the Library will have the Annual Meeting Come join us to hear updates on
the Friends’ for the Annual Meeting this Saturday at the Library at 3 pm. We'll look at the Friends' work so far, plan upcoming fundraisers, and learn aboutways the Friends can support the Library to meet the community's needs in new ways.
With younger volunteers especially in mind, we will showa film suitable for all ages at 3 pm.
Tunbridge now has its own guide to some of the best walks in central Vermont. Created by members of the Tunbridge Walking Group with historical contributions by Euclid Farnham, you now can get a professional collection of walks throughout the town— learning about the history, geology and ecology of the area as you go.
The Walking Group has given this as a gift; not only did they do it from their own love for the town and the community— but all proceeds also go to community institutions. You can get them here at the library; from members of the Recreation Commission, the Conservation Commission, and the Historical Society. A suggested $5 donation will support these community efforts, and bring you some great walking adventures for years to come!
Well— it’s close and you can celebrate anytime you want.
Thanks to Ed and Nancy Howe, Tunbridge now has Green-Up Bags, and you can start greening up. Bags are available at the Town Clerk, Transfer Station, and the Library.
Considering where to start? Morrill, Moody, Potash, Taylor, Spring Roads and the other side of Monarch Hill have been reported as done. Foundry Road and Dickerman Hill will be cleared by the TCS students as part of their school days. Thanks also to the Walking Group for their diligent work.
After you’ve made your Green Up Tour, remember to mark off your completed road (or section) on Bert’s map at the Transfer Station.