The Library is open to browse. Ring bell!

New procedures accommodate one family group at a time with a maximum total capacity of seven persons including staff. Browsing time is limited to 15 minutes to accommodate all visitors.

On site hand washing or use of sanitizer AND masks will be required for the safety of the community. Our staff has taken the required VOSHA training and will not work at the library if they have any signs of illness.

The full library policy for this access follows and the rules are posted at the library. Please read it and obey the rules to make this work for everyone.

Policy for Library Use with Capacity and Time Limits 11-20

Please stay in touch with us on social media:  you can “friend” us at “Starksboro Reader” on Facebook and look for us on Instagram where we post photos of new books and other news.  If you have questions about ebooks, income tax forms, or other library services please email or call us at 802-453-3732. 

Resources for staying in and staying safe

To file for unemployment by phone or online

Centers for Disease Control: information and facts

Free graphic novels on line for the kids as well as cartooning activities

Project Gutenberg. Free ebooks. No membership. No card needed,

Books to love during a pandemic by NPR.

Staying grounded.

Map of public Wi-Fi in VT available outside from your car.

Multiple Internet Service Providers (ISPs) have made updates to their low-cost internet service programs to ensure individuals and families stay connected to the internet during this challenging time.

Summer 2020 when the library moved to the porch. Thank goodness we can be inside now!

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