Saturday, October 26, 2019


Friday, December 6, from 4-6 p.m. - Holiday Centerpiece Workshop
       Tap into your creative self! Make a lovely fresh arrangement for your home with fragrant greens, bright holly, and other interesting materials in the Joyce Tawney Creativity Lab.
       If you provide the clippers, we will provide the materials, decorations and container -- or feel free to bring your own! Cost: $15 per person, young children-- free. 
      Please call Carol at 526-6341 or email for more information. Sponsored by Friends of the Wilmot Public Library.

Mrs. Claus at the Library! 

Sunday, December 15, 1 - 2 pm - Mrs. Claus will be at the Library to read favorite holiday stories to young and old. There will be gifts for all the children and delicious refreshments served up by the Friends of the Library. Don't miss this fun afternoon!

Saturday, January 11 from 9:30 to 11:30 - "How to Market Your Non-profit." 
Dana Dakin, founder of WomensTrust, will share her knowledge and expertise garnered from many years in the investment marketing business.

Thursday, January 23 at 7 p.m. - "Composting saves $$$$."
Nancy Schlosser, Master Gardener and member of the Wilmot Garden Club, will give a talk on how to compost at home and save dollars by not putting food scraps in the trash.

Sunday, October 6, 2019

Meet Our New Director

The Board of Trustees is pleased to announce the hiring of a new library director, Glynis Hart. Glynis assumed her position on October 14. 

Glynis Hart
A journalist for 20 years, Glynis began as a freelance writer for regional publications in the Ithaca area of central New York, and in 2008 became the managing editor of the Finger Lakes Community Newspapers, a group of nine weeklies. In this capacity she managed reporters, did her own writing, and laid out three of the papers every week.

In 2016 she joined the Adirondack Daily Enterprise as a staff reporter for a daily newspaper in her hometown of Saranac Lake, New York, and in 2018 she moved to Claremont and served as a staff reporter at the Eagle Times before becoming the managing editor.
A graduate of Wells College in Aurora, New York, Glynis majored in comparative literature and French and spent a semester abroad in Dakar, Senegal.

As a journalist she had the opportunity to interview many directors of rural libraries and was impressed by the scope and creativity of programs that are offered. Consequently, she brings many ideas to the table as she embarks on this new phase of her professional life.