Due to the high number of positive COVID cases in Washington County, the Moretown Library will be moving to curbside services only effective immediately. Please use the link below to make your requests for books and other materials.


Stay safe and healthy!

Please review our COVID Phases plan HERE for more details, and we look forward to opening our doors again soon!

Upcoming Programs

Tails, Tales, Tees, & Totes

Calling all artists and animal lovers! This year, we’ll be celebrating critters of all kinds with “Tails and Tales”, the 2021 Summer Learning Program. Help us kick things off with our 2nd annual design collaboration. Here’s how it works: you draw your favorite animal in the box on the entry form, drop it off at your library, and we’ll add your picture to the design for this year’s SLP T-shirts and totebags.

‚ÄčEntries due May 15th. All ages welcome. Either download the entry form by clicking the link below or get in touch with any of the three libraries to request a printed form.

Entry Form

Tips for entries:
For the best final results, your submission should be a line drawing in black and white (i.e. avoid shading and “sketchy” lines). Black permanent marker works well.

Heart & Home Community Art Project

We have free art kits to share for participating in the Heart & Home Community Art Project sponsored by CVOEO and the Department of Libraries as part of Fair Housing Month.

Artists of all ages are invited to share what home and/or inclusive community means to you.

Fill out our request form on our website and pick up your free kit!

Open Mic
Every Friday, 7 PM Zoom

Hooray! Open Mic Night will be held weekly via Zoom with host Jay Saffran beginning January 8th. Don’t let Covid-19 keep you alone on these cold winter nights, join the Moretown creative community!

Online Links and Resources

The Vermont School Library Association has published a list of resources for families HERE