photo by Vanessa FournierWilliam Hennequin of Brian Perry & Sons plows a driveway on North Main Street in Hardwick after a weekend storm that brought around seven inches of wet, packed snow to the area.
photo by Vanessa FournierThe Jeudevine Memorial Library of Hardwick, in collaboration with Muddy Creek Pottery of Wolcott, offered Valentine Heart Kits to the first 15 people who requested one. The kit included four fired white clay hearts, ribbons to hang the hearts, paints and a paint brush. All kits were spoken for the following day.
photo by Vanessa FournierWorkers for Kingdom Construction, Inc. of Newport frame up the roof on a bay window January 6 on the new Leesa Fine addition to the Craftsbury Public Library.
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photo by Vanessa FournierA patron of the Jeudevine Library in Hardwick uses the handheld wood moisture meter to check the moisture content of firewood. The device can be loaned out from the library for a week at a time. Twenty percent or less moisture content is suitable for burning. Vermont Agency of Natural Resources Department of Environmental Conservation in partnership with 48 libraries throughout the state have made the device available.
photo by Vanessa FournierThis snowman was spotted at the home of Kim and Josh Wells on Elm Street in Hardwick.
photo by Doug McClureJennifer LaPoint picks out some books during her quick visit to the library on December 19. The Craftsbury Public Library has received national recognition from America’s Star Libraries for public library service and use. The Craftsbury Public Library scored the highest in the nation for a library of its size. Staff at the library include Susan O’Connell, Library Director; Princess Van Gulden, Assistant Librarian; and Jen McKenzie, Children’s Librarian.