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We return to our daily hours!
We are open 10am – 4 pm every day from today through October 31.
The first Saturday of Every month is a Play Outside Day!
Go to it!
Our community Cares Camp will sponsor a perennial plan swap on Saturday, May 2 from 9 am – 2 pm on the back lawn at Richmond Home Supply. Drop your plans off and swap for others. Don’t have any to swap. Come and pick some up. Donations will benefit Our community Care Camp. Also, that weekend, any purchase at RHS will benefit OCCC. Watch for coupons to be distributed in late April www.ourcommunitycarescamp.org
Split your perennials and bring them to Richmond Home supply on Friday between 4 and 7 or Saturday from 7:30 – 9 am. Then shop from 9 – 2 and pick out perennials to enhance your yard.
Extension Master Gardeners will be on hand to answer your gardening questions.
Shope at RHS for all your gardening needs.
Use a coupon to donate 5% of your purchase to OCCC to support summer food and fun for local kids.
Look for our table at the annual (and wonderful) Herrick’s Cove Wildlife Festival. Discover how the science of ornithology meets up with the art of woodcarving. Try your hand at carving — with soap (much easier, and great for beginners).
More about the Festival on their Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Herricks-Cove-Wildlife-Festival/199303310103196
For the second year, WSBA will be hosting a Wedding Market Place for local products and services at the West Monitor Barn in the 3rd Floor “Hay Mow”.
To participate as a vendor, contact June Banks.
More information will be posted for attendees.
Free car seat fittings at our building on Railroad St. You can also make an appointment for a different time by calling 434-2394 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Hale and Hearty Senior Club of Richmond hosts foot clinics during the year.
Clinics are held at the Richmond Rescue building beginning at 9 am. Bring a towel and enter through the back door of the building. The clinic is sponsored by UVM Medical Center.
Jericho Town Library Spring Book Sale
Saturday, May 16, 2015, from 9 a.m. to 2p.m.
Book sale donations will be accepted beginning Sat.May 9th during library hours through Sat. May 16th, in the morning.
Book prices are currently $2.00 for hardcover books; $1.00 for large paperbacks, CDs, and DVDs; and 50 cents for small (mass market) paperbacks and children’s books. These prices are subject to change without notice and do not include some specially-priced books that may be of greater value. During the last two hours of the sale, shoppers can fill a grocery bag full of books for only $5.00.
BOOK Donations (one week only)
Books, DVDs, and Books-on-CD may be donated the week of the sale, during library hours. Please do not drop off donations outside of library hours or in the library drop box.
The library will accept new or gently used fiction and nonfiction books. We accept almost anything that is in good enough condition to re-sell. NO TEXT BOOKS OR ENCYCLOPEDIA SETS, TRAVEL GUIDES or READER’S DIGEST CONDENSED BOOKS, or books whose covers have been removed. We regret that we can no longer accept donations of VHS-format videotapes or audio cassette tapes, as these no longer sell well.
Please respect the library’s permanent collection and the health of our staff and volunteers and do not bring any moldy or dirty books into the library! If you would not display a book on your coffee table, chances are we can’t sell it and will have to pay to dispose of it. Thank you for your consideration.
If the number of books you have to donate exceeds one box or two shopping bags, kindly call the library to make an appointment for a volunteer to meet you. Large donations inconvenience the library staff and create logistical problems due to our limited storage space.
Please do not leave donated materials outside the library during off hours.
Brownies and Girl Scouts come to the Museum to explore, investigate, and challenge their understanding about the wild world around them. Nature walks, soap carving and more.
Part three of a three-part series.
1. Feathered Friends (October 2014)
2. Eyes On Ecology (November 2014)
3. Getting Buggy (May 2015)
More info will be posted!