News & Announcements

The B’eat More Pie Fest is seeking enthusiastic bakers!

Amateur and professional bakers are invited to enter the B’eat More Pie Fest, taking place in the library on November 8! Pies can be sweet or savory. Proceeds will benefit the Village Learning Place. Learn more and sign up here: https://www.emailmeform.com/builder/form/D20p8ol2103mV8

Harmony & Harvest tickets are now available online

Tickets to Harmony & Harvest, the Village Learning Place’s fall fundraiser on November 8, are now available online. Join us for live music, food, drinks, great people, and a pie-baking contest! Harmony & Harvest will take place from 6:30–10:30pm in the Village Learning Place library. Tickets are $12 in advance, $15 at the door (kids […]

Help us help our neighbors discover everything the VLP can do for them

Did you know there are a lot of people missing out on the Village Learning Place’s free programs and services simply because they don’t know about them? We think that’s unacceptable. We want all our neighbors to enjoy the library so we’re going to invite them, and we need your help! Join us from 9:00am–1:00pm […]

Calling all artists: VLP now accepting applications for the Holiday Artisan Market

The annual Holiday Artisan Market is a cozy pop-up shop of local artists selling handmade treasures in the library. This year, it will take place on Wednesday, November 13, from 6:30–8:30pm. Seasonal refreshments will be provided. This event is free and open to the public. If you are interested in participating as a vendor this […]

Free Mental Health First Aid training courses will be offered at VLP, Nate Tatum Center this fall

All sessions are 9:00am–1:00pm. You must attend both sessions to receive certification. Spaces are limited! Please register online. Dates (choose one): Wednesdays 9/11 & 9/18, Nate Tatum Center (2001 N. Barclay St) Saturdays 9/21 & 9/28, Village Learning Place Fridays 10/4 & 10/11, Village Learning Place

Our Community Needs Diverse Books

A movement to diversify books has gained momentum in the past few years as nonprofits, schools, libraries, and individuals have committed to help increase cultural representation in the publishing industry. In 2018, the Cooperative Children’s Book Center found that only 29% of all books published in the U.S. for children and teens featured main characters […]

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