Composting Workshop, Tuesday February 20, 6:30pmhow-to-compost-5

 This free workshop from Addison County Solid Waste will cover the basics of backyard composting, including information on why food scraps should be diverted from the landfill, what compost is, how to set up and manage a pile, uses for finished compost, and troubleshooting tips. Whether you are a seasoned composter or brand new to the process, please join us to get your questions answered, your concerns addressed, and learn more about the wonderful world of compost!

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Story-time-imageEvery Friday, 10:30am

Join us for stories, songs and movement to encourage a love of reading and early literacy skills.




Sometimes the weather is not ideal for travel in the winter season.

Check our website, Facebook page or call the library on days likes these to confirm we are open.




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.

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.