Children & Youth Winter Programs

Cutler Memorial Library

Play, Learn, Imagine & Create

January 17 through February 24

We will be announcing our full afterschool schedule for children and youth in the new year. If you want to join the children's email list to get the latest updates contact the library at


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.

StoryTime Around the Fire

Saturday, December 10th from 10 - Noon

No registration is required.

Join us for our December StoryTime Around the Fire.

Fridays, October 7th through November 17th, from 4:00 to 5:30 PM (Please check the school calendar, especially on Fridays. Library programs will not be held on days school is closed.)

Manga and Ramen Group with June Kennedy

Every first Friday of the month when school is in session

Registration is required without a caregiver present

Come talk about Manga while eating ramen and fun Japanese snacks. The library’s manga collection is growing by the minute, so come in and see the new selection of Manga books.

Teen Writing Group with Clementine O’Connor

Every Second Friday of the Month when school is in session

Registration required

Come join the writing group at the library! We’ll have tea and snacks, do some writing exercises, read stories aloud (if you’re comfortable!), and just chat about all things writing.

Dungeons & Dragons with Clementine and Declan O’Connor

Every third Friday of the month when school is in session

Registration is required with limited spaces

Clementine and Declan are back with Dungeons & Dragons! And the library has a slew of new books to help you develop your characters. All levels are welcome to join.

Register Here or Use the QR Code Below

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

Vermont Afterschool Expanding Access Grant