We now offer movies and documentaries through the streaming service Kanopy. Sign up at http://orwellfreelibrary.kanopy.com/. You will need your library card number to begin.
Library patrons have 6 credits (1 credit per film viewed) each month. For more information or help using the service, please contact the librarian.
Find out how to use kanopy with a phone or tablet device or on your computer with this print out. Kanopy is also available through Roku, Chomecast and Amazon Fire Sticks and Telstra TV. The help section of the kanopy website is also useful when learning the program.
Take a class. Free!
Dog training, arts & crafts, photography, writing improvement, medical billing, computer programming, writing for children, science topics, Algebra,
homeschooling strategies and test
preparation are just a few examples of over 500 class options available.
Universal Class is brought to us by the Vermont Department of Libraries. Need to sign up for the first time? Click here. Call the library for your barcode and add V6SE after the 2. Ex. 200000879 becomes 2V6SE00000879
Use the link below to sign in if you’re already a UC user.
Interested in volunteering?
We only have two part time paid staff so we rely on volunteers to handle a host of other tasks that must be done to keep the Library open and functioning smoothly.
Current Need: Crafts for kids! We would like to start a Saturday drop-in craft for families who stop by the library. We need someone willing to help come up with crafts and prepare the projects. This volunteer work can be done from home!
Volunteers get to know the community in a way few people do. And best of all, you’ll be surrounded by books! All you need is a few hours a month (or more) to devote to library work, a pleasant manner and a willingness to help your neighbors check out a book, use the Library’s resources, or conduct research. We’ll teach you the rest.
Here are some of the jobs that volunteers do for us.
Assist with the Summer Reading Program
Staffing the Library when staff are out
Maintaining the shelves (reading and straightening)
Assisting with publicity
Helping with mailings
Repairing books, audiobooks, or DVDs
Shelf reading (assuring the collection is shelved properly)
Helping with book sales
Stop by or call if you’d like to learn more.