Annual Plant Sale
Friday, May 26th, from Noon to 4 PM and
Saturday, May 27th, from 9 to 2 PM.
Come support the library with the purchase of green-growing plants for your house and garden. The plant sale always has a great selection of annuals, perennials, herbs, vegetables, trees, and shrubs, with a bevy of houseplants inside the library. Knowledgeable gardeners will be on hand to answer all your questions. You will also want to register for stellar door prizes inside the library, purchase useful books at the Nature & Garden Book Booth and stop by our Snack Bar for refreshing lemonade and delectables baked by the community. Signs will direct parking. All proceeds benefit the library.
Not-to-be-missed Programs during the Plant Sale:
Friday, May 26, at 2 PM. The fabulous Regina Wrenfield will be making a rare and special library appearance to demonstrate her passion and flair for Flower Arranging. Prepare to be thoroughly amused while learning the art of creating a beautiful bouquet from the plants and flowers you have - hopefully - purchased at the library plant sale.
Saturday, May 27, at 11 AM. Join Lynn Talamini and Ezra Ducas to learn all about the fun of Tea Gardening while helping us plant the Cutler’s Tea Garden. Ezra, a 2nd grader who started his tea business, E.N.D. Blends in Preschool will tell us all about his tea blends which you can also purchase at the sale. Herbal tea samples will be available, and stunning floral donuts will be provided by Local Donut. Families with children of all ages are invited! This program is made possible by a Vermont Afterschool grant.
Donations from community gardeners, Agway, Blackbird Organics, Cabot Greenhouse, Cate Farm, East Hill Farm, Great Brook Nursery, Guy's Farm and Yard, Harry's Hardware, Peak Hydroponics, Plainfield Flower Farm, Plainfield Hardware, Tractor Supply, and Vermont Compost, Co.
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What is Palace?
The Palace Project provides eBook and eAudiobook content in a single interface through the Palace app. The Palace app will have shared content from GMLC/OverDrive/Libby plus many additional resources. This service is made possible by the Vermont Department of Libraries.
How do I use Palace?
You access Palace from an app with an internet-connected device.
After downloading the Palace Project app, you will be guided to log in with your Cutler Memorial Library card number and password.
Select an item and click "Get" to download.
Reserves can be placed to receive a title that is unavailable.
Once you've downloaded a title, it will appear in your "My Books" section.
You must remain logged in to access downloaded content.
Titles may not be sent to a Kindle e-reader.
What is my User Name and Passcode?
Your user name is your eight-digit library card number. Your default password is "userpass." You may change your password by logging into the Cutler catalog, where you can log in at the top right corner. From that log in you will be prompted to create a unique password.
Palace Project Getting Started Guide
In the event of an emergency or inclement weather, the library will follow the recommendation and actions of the Twinfield Union School District when applicable. Closing during other days and hours will be at the discretion of the Cutler Board of Trustees. In a weather event, please phone the library to ensure we are open before heading out: 802.454.8504.
Use of the Library's WiFi
To connect to the WiFi, you must first accept the terms on the library's log-in page. On most devices, the log-in page will automatically pop up. You will need to hit the "I agree" button, but you do not need to log in.