All are invited to the first Vermillion Public Library Trivia Night! Show your knowledge about all things related to space and the universe our planet calls home. Come to the Kozak Room with your team, join one when you get here, or face the challenge on your own for a chance to win prizes while you enjoy refreshments and work your brain!
Teams can contain anywhere from 1 – 5 players.
This event is free and open to the public!
Congratulations to the kids who participated in our 2019 Summer Reading Program! You read over 8000 minutes and sent our astronaut, Sally, to the moon and back!
Celebrate with us on Wednesday, July 24th at 1:00 pm. We’ll be throwing a Pizza Party for all our SRP participants! And in anticipation of NEXT year’s Summer Reading Program theme, ‘Imagine Your Story,’ we’ll be showing a fairy tale movie!
Please register each child under 18 who will be joining us at the Pizza Party:
There’s no Book Chatter in July, but it will be returning in August!
Wondering what to read next? Want to talk about a book you’ve been enjoying? Join us for Book Chatter the first Friday of every month!
Refreshments will be served, and all are invited to this casual group meetup. Bring a book to discuss or just sit in and listen!
Join us at the library for Lunch & Learn this Friday, July 5th! In conjunction with this year’s Summer Reading Program theme, A Universe of Stories, we will be viewing a documentary that chronicles NASA’s Apollo 8 mission.
In NOVA: Apollo’s Daring Mission, Apollo astronauts and engineers tell the inside story of Apollo 8, the first manned mission to the moon. The U.S. space program suffered a bitter setback when Apollo 1 ended in a deadly fire during a pre-launch run-through. In disarray, and threatened by the prospect of a Soviet Union victory in the space race, NASA decided upon a radical and risky change of plan: turn Apollo 8 from an earth-orbit mission into a daring sprint to the moon while relying on untried new technologies. Fifty years after the historic mission, the Apollo 8 astronauts and engineers recount the feats of engineering that paved the way to the moon.
Watch this 60-minute documentary in the Kozak Room while you eat your lunch! Refreshments will be served, but guests are of course welcome to bring their own food.