Drawing Fundamentals For All Ages with Malcolm Van Couvering

Saturdays, April 1st, 8th, 22nd, 29th, and May 6th, from 11 - Noon

Learn the fundamentals of drawing in an open, playful, risk-free drawing space. Drawing Fundamentals is an intergenerational family-friendly program made possible through a grant from Vermont Afterschool.

Four Winds Nature Institute Discussion: Nurturing a Child’s Sense of Wonder 

Thursday, April 6th, & 20th, from 7 - 8 PM

Thursday, April 27th from 10 - 11:30 AM 

Register for a Zoom Link or at http://bit.ly/3FBK8hM

Get ready for spring outdoor play! Join this free discussion series to explore topics and best practices in supporting nature-based play and adventure while nurturing a sense of wonder, place, and well-being.

Then on the 27th, the Four Winds Nature Institute will be at the Cutler for hands-on nature-based play and adventure. This is a culminating event for parents, caregivers, and children that will put into practice the topics explored in the online discussions. 

Afterschool Programs 

Cutler Memorial Library

Play, Learn, Imagine & Create

March 13th through April 21st, 2023

Please Register either online or in person. If you registered for earlier programs, you do not need to register for the spring programs. (See the QR code below for the registration link.) 

The Cutler is on the school bus route, and you may make arrangements with the school for drop-off. Younger children may wait for the older children to arrive at the library before the programs start. Library programs will only be held on days when Twinfield classes are in session. Healthy snacks are provided at all our programs. Feel free to call or email the library with questions at 802.454.8504 or info@cutlerlibrary.org. 

D&D with Clementine O’Connor

Mondays, March13th through April 17th from 4:00 to 5:30 PM

Registration is required with limited spaces.

Ages 10+

Create dynamic characters, tell stories, and problem-solve as a team playing D&D. The library has everything you need to play, including books to help you develop your game. All levels are welcome.

Robotics with Henry Kasulka

Tuesdays, March 14th through April 18th, from 4:00 to 5:30 PM

Registration is required without a caregiver present.

Ages 7+

Robotics will focus on designing, building, and programming robots using two programs. Education Lego Spike Prime and Hummingbird Robotics for art-based robotics using any material. Come to the program with any skill level and see where your interest takes you!

The Great Lego Challenge with Sorin Lenovic

Wednesdays, March 15th through April 19th, from 4:00 to 5:30 PM

Registration is required without a caregiver present.

Ages 5+

Take the weekly challenge or step out and build your own ideas. There’s no limit to your creative expression! We have a large selection of Legos to choose from, including gears to put those Legos in motion, and we will be introducing illuminated Legos. We can’t wait to see what you will create with the library’s Lego collection!


Thursdays, from 10 - Noon (ongoing)

Infants through preschool-age children (older siblings are welcome)

No registration is required.

Meet friends and make new friends at OpenPlay, a casual, open-ended play experience at the library. You will find toys at the library that foster imagination, interaction, and exploration and the newest storybooks to read aloud. 

Snap & Squish Circuitry with Alex Yalm-Halberg

Thursdays, March 16th through April 20th, from 4:00 to 5:30 PM

Registration is required without a caregiver present.

Ages 7+

The ever-popular Snap Circuits program is back, and we’ve added Squishy Circuits for even more fun. Our Snap collection has projects for every level, including coding. Squishy Circuits allows you to create sculptures with conductive and insulating play dough that light up, move and make sounds. 

Magic: the Gathering with Declan O’Connor

Fridays, March 24th, 31st, and April 14th and 21st, from 4:00 - 5:30 PM 

Registration is required.

Ages 12+

Beginner or expert, casual or competitive, come meet other Magic enthusiasts and play some games. Bringing your own cards is encouraged, but pre-constructed commander decks will be available for library use. 

Register Here or Use the QR Code


Spring programs at the Cutler Memorial Library are made possible through a grant from 

Vermont Afterschool Expanding Access Grant.