Don't miss this opportunity to read original poems, recite well-known verse, listen to talented local poets of all ages and share some delicious pie.  Come prepared to listen, participate and bring a pie to share. Children and adults are invited to join in this annual family event. SATURDAY, APRIL 19TH, 12pm in the Community Room.  

No registration necessary just show up with your appetite for poetry & pie. For more information, please contact the library 802-348-7488 or by email.

Library Job Posting

Part-Time Summer Library Opening

The Dover Free Library is now taking applications for a Children's Summer Program Assistant.  This position works closely with the Children's Librarian and Library Director to plan, prepare and conduct children's summer reading programs; maintain the children's room and book collection; answer the telephone; assist patrons of all ages, manage the circulation desk and utilize the library computer software. The library assistant position is a paid 16 hours per week, Monday through Saturday job beginning July 1st to August 30th. Applicants must be at least 16 years of age. Contact the Dover Free Library by telephone 802-348-7488 or pick up an application 22 Holland Rd., East Dover, VT. Application deadline is May 1st.

Game Event at the Library

BOARD GAME TOURNAMENT - Come celebrate National Screen Free week with a round of your favorite board games at the Dover Free Library on Friday, April 18th at 1pm.  This tournament style chess playing clip artactivity is for participants ages 8 to adult. A round robin of old and new (but slightly modified) board games will include games like checkers, monopoly, trivial pursuit, etc.  Awards ceremony will follow with prizes being awarded for first, second and third places in both adult and child categories.  Registration is required for this free event and space is limited.  Please call 348-7488 or come by the library to sign up.       

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