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In Flanders Field Art Exhibition

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Make plans to stop in to the Vermillion Public Library during the In Flanders Fields Art Exhibition displaying art created by future teachers in the USD School of Education. The exhibition runs from noon on February 27 through 4 pm March 5. This artwork will be for sale by silent auction. The money raised will be used to support collaborative work between VFW Post 3061 and the USD School of Education as well as to support VFW collaboration in other USD Student Veteran projects.

In Flanders Field poster

Maintenance Notice

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Over the next couple of weeks, maintenance workers will be replacing the lighting throughout the library. Various parts of the building will have lights turned off, so please bear with us while we go through this upgrade! Thank you for your understanding.

Poster with lightbulbs

Edie’s Book Sale

Edie’s Book Shop is a monthly sale operated by the Friends of the Vermillion Public Library. Stop by for fantastic deals on gently used (and often new) books! There’s something for everyone here, and every cent goes back into supporting the operation of the library’s programming. In fact, the proceeds from Edie’s Book Shop sales play a major part in helping us run the Summer Reading Program.

book pages in the shape of a heart

Book Chatter

Wondering what to read next? Want to talk about a book you’ve been enjoying? Join us for Book Chatter this Friday!

Everyone is invited to this casual group meetup. Bring a book to discuss or just sit in and listen!

open book

Join us this Friday for Lunch & Learn

Chocolate is enjoyed by people all over the world, and its sale and consumption is even more prevalent during holidays.

About two-thirds of the world’s cocoa comes from plantations in West Africa. Unfortunately, despite pledges to the contrary from the world’s leading chocolate providers, much of the chocolate you buy today starts with child labor.

Watch a documentary detailing conditions under which chocolate is produced, and follow the route from plantation to chocolate bar. Lunch will be served, and guests are welcome to bring their own food.