Paid Summer Teen Internship available!
Position Description/Requirements HERE
Apply for the internship HERE

We are excited to announce we have received grant funding from the Young Adult Library Services Association (YALSA) and sponsored by the Dollar General Literacy Foundation to support a paid teen internship this summer.

Do you like working with children? Love to share your excitement for reading with others? Have some knowledge or a special skill when it comes to space and astronomy? Then come help The Mad River Valley Libraries bring “A Universe of Stories” to the community for this year’s Summer Reading Program. During this paid internship based from the Moretown Memorial Library you will have the chance to plan and lead a children’s program, as well as help out at other space-themed events and activities happening during the month of July.


View our Town Meeting Presentation Here


Read & Play at the Town Hall
Fridays at 10:30am
Come to the Moretown Town Hall on Fridays this winter for a chance to play big and small, then finish our time together with a few stories and songs with librarian Cory Stephenson. Recommended for children ages 0-5 and their caregivers. For more information contact or call 496-9728.

Moretown Open Mic Night
Fridays, 2/8, 3/8, 4/12
Moretown Town Hall, 7-9pm
Come share your hidden talents or cheer on your friends and neighbors as they strive to entertain. Sponsored by the Friends of the Moretown Library.

Dungeons & Dragons
Sunday, March 31st, 3-6pm
Moretown Town Hall
Both new and seasoned players welcome to come enjoy this legendary fantasy role playing game at the Moretown Town Hall. Bring your own character made from 5e, or play one of ours. Recommended for ages 10 and up.

Seed Starting 101
Sunday, April 14th, 1:30-2:30pm
Moretown Town Hall
Bring your seeds and join us for a hands-on workshop to review the process, equipment, and some tips and tricks for successfully starting a wide variety of vegetables indoors for your summer garden. Workshop is free, registration is required by contacting the library at or 496-9728.

The Drawdown: Local Solutions, Global Change
Sunday, April 14th, 3-5pm
Moretown Town Hall
Join SunCommon Vermont and the Moretown library and be part of some engaging conversations around how we each can individually and collectively impact climate change. Light refreshments will be available and SunCommon will offer a free copy of the book purchased from the Tempest Bookstore to all who register to attend. For more information contact the library at or 496-9728.

“A Hard Look at America” Book Discussion Series
Thursdays, 6:30pm
4/18: The Armies of the Night by Norman Mailer at Warren Public Library (led by Jim Schley)
5/23: Five Days at Memorial by Sheri Fink at Joslin Memorial Library (led by Alan Berolzheimer)
This facilitated discussion series from the Vermont Humanities Council is comprised of Pulitzer-winning reporting and research, with each book digging deep to reveal facts and stories that continue to be relevant years after they were brought to the surface. Hosted by the Joslin Memorial Library, Moretown Memorial Library, and Warren Public Library. Books are available for loan at each of the hosting libraries. Free and open to the public.