Library staff are happy to help you — please ask for assistance if you can’t find what you are looking for.
The library has nine computers available for public use. Patrons can browse the web, access e-mail and find information available on the Internet. There is a wireless broadband connection allowing for high-speed access on both the library computers and laptops.
Users not familiar with computers or the Internet may get personal training and assistance.
Books and other materials may be reserved if the library owns them but are not currently available. Interlibrary loan service is available at the library through the Vermont State Library and OCLC
Services and Programs for Adults
- Book Discussion Series
- Computer Instruction & Training
- Audio Books, e-Books and Videos
There is a large (49 capacity) meeting room above the library that may be reserved for meetings or functions. It is available for educational, cultural, informational or governmental/civic activities and may include public lectures, panel discussions, workshops and other similar functions.
Contact the Library for the latest Program Schedule or see the listings on the Programs & Events page.