The HappyLight is here!

Thanks to a generous donation by local business Verilux, we now have a HappyLight here at the library available for checkout. Click Here to learn more about the benefits of using a HappyLight during these darker months.

New Library T-Shirts Available


Maria Young, Moretown, won the recent T-Shirt design contest held by the Friends of the Library. Stop in and purchase a shirt for $20, with all proceeds going towards helping the library better serve our community. It makes a great gift!


Storytime at the Library
Tuesdays, 10:30am
Join librarian and naturalist Cory Stephenson for stories, songs, crafts and outdoor exploration weather permitting.

Mrs. Claus is Coming to Town!
Thursday, December 14th, 6pm
Join Mrs. Claus at the Moretown Library for a special evening of Christmas stories, songs and snacks. Wear your PJ’s and bring your letters for Santa, all ages are welcome!

Bullet Journaling for the New Year
Sunday, January 14th, 4pm
At an intersection of a to-do list, planner and diary, bullet journaling gives you a creative analog space to organize your life. Join in this free, hands-on workshop as we set-up our journals for the year ahead. Please register to attend by contacting or 496-9728.

Move it and READ!
Thursday, January 18th, 3-4:30pm
An out-of-the-ordinary after school book club with Assistant Librarian Meredith Whitney. Let’s face it, we all get a little antsy from time to time. In this book club, we will explore the many ways that reading and movement can help guide us through the ups and downs of life. Our first book will be Ghost by Jason Reynolds, which is suggested for grades 4-8 and is on the 2017 Dorothy’s List. Please read the book in advance of the program, and contact or 496-9728 to register to attend.


Climate Change and our Future: Mitigation, Adaptation and Dialogue
This fall, the Mad River Valley Libraries explored ideas around adaptation strategies to build resilience for our community in the face of climate change. This three part series featured selected titles, film quality videos and conversations with National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) science partner Dr. Leslie Kanat from Johnson State College. We were one of 50 public libraries nationwide receiving grants to host this “book club meets science cafe” developed by a team of library professionals, scientists, and filmmakers. Their organizations include the Califa Group, Dawson Media Group, and Goodman Research Group, with generous funding from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and the National Science Foundation. Check out the website below for more information and details about the Mad River Valley and Climate Change.

PLACE page with Data Links