We are happy to announce that after 454 days of being closed due to the pandemic, the library will fully reopen with no restrictions on Monday, June 14th, at 10am. No need for an appointment, although if you enjoyed curbside service, that will continue at your request. Thank you for your support during this last difficult year. We are very happy to be back and available to serve this amazing community.

One note: our hours have shifted just a bit. They are: Monday and Friday 10-5:30, Tuesday and Thursday 11:30 – 5:30, Wednesday 9-6, and Saturday 9-1.

The Sherburne Memorial Library in Killington, Vermont is the living room of the community serving as common ground where all are welcome. The library offers current and significant resources and services to meet the cultural, intellectual, informational, and personal needs of individuals.

BORROWING MATERIALS

The Sherburne Library is free of charge to all Vermont residents and Killington property taxpayers. There are two types of library cards:

Personal card: a single, confidential account.
Family card: an account shared among family members. Anyone listed on the family card may see what items are checked out on the account or pick up items being held, regardless of who requested them.

Any family member can be on a family card account and have a personal card account. Visitors may purchase a card if they would like to borrow library materials. The fee is $15 for an individual and $25 for a family card.

CATALOG AND DATABASES

AUDIO BOOKS AND E-BOOKS

MUSEUM AND PARK PASSES

Passes are good for free or reduced admission (most are for 2 adults /2 children, but can vary by site). Details available at the front desk or by calling 802-422-9765. Book ahead as they often go fast!

Billings Farm & Museum

Billings Farm & Museum is regarded as one of the finest outdoor history museums in the country. Combining a fully-operating Jersey dairy farm with educational exhibits and interactive programs and events, Billings Farm & Museum is committed to providing education and enjoyment to visitors of all ages.

Echo Leahy Center for Lake Champlain

ECHO currently welcomes more than 167,000 visitors annually into a 34,500-square foot, award-winning LEED-certified facility. Through more than 100 interactive exhibits; 70 species of fish, reptiles, and amphibians; major changing exhibits; a 2,500-square foot early learning interactive space; ECHO encourages visitors to view the natural environment as part of their neighborhood and to explore, learn about, and consider opportunities for stewardship.

Wonderfeet Kid's Museum

The Wonderfeet Kids Museum Vision: We play and learn together to build a more vibrant community.
Mission: Wonderfeet Kids’ Museum fosters curiosity and exploration, inspires creativity and ignites the imagination of every child through the power of play.
Values: Caring and inclusive environment, Relevant and interactive learning
Vibrant community partner and resource
Energized by play and fun.

Lake Champlain Maritime Museum

Lake Champlain Maritime Museum is a research and educational institution dedicated to preserving and sharing the extraordinary cultural and natural resources of Lake Champlain. We inspire children and adults through world-class nautical archaeology, robust educational programs, and full-sized and operational replica vessels that bring history to life.

LIBRARY NEWS & EVENTS

LIBRARY CALENDAR

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Shakespeares Macbeth is being performed this Friday at 7pm behind the library! Bring a chair and enjoy the show! Admission is free. Donations welcome!

Shakespeare's Macbeth is being performed this Friday at 7pm behind the library! Bring a chair and enjoy the show! Admission is free. Donations welcome! ... See MoreSee Less

Tonights Chili Cook-off has been moved to Green Mountain National because of weather.

Tonight's Chili Cook-off has been moved to Green Mountain National because of weather. ... See MoreSee Less

Another adult art class today. Bird nest necklaces/ornaments and beaded necklaces made from the springs of a clothespin!Image attachment

Another adult art class today. Bird nest necklaces/ornaments and beaded necklaces made from the springs of a clothespin! ... See MoreSee Less

River Road Concert Series continues tonight with Dana & Susan Robinson, an Americana-Folk duo. Music begins at 6pm. Free popcorn and water, with hotdogs, chips, drink and dessert for $5. You are always welcome to bring your own!

River Road Concert Series continues tonight with Dana & Susan Robinson, an Americana-Folk duo. Music begins at 6pm. Free popcorn and water, with hotdogs, chips, drink and dessert for $5. You are always welcome to bring your own! ... See MoreSee Less

Great workshop today with cartoonist Rick Stromoski! He will be back this fall to teach us how to draw monsters for Halloween and Dinosaurs in November! Watch for dates and times!

Great workshop today with cartoonist Rick Stromoski! He will be back this fall to teach us how to draw monsters for Halloween and Dinosaurs in November! Watch for dates and times! ... See MoreSee Less

Last night's concert was moved to Sunday, July 11, at 6 due to the rain. Fingers crossed it will be cool and dry! ... See MoreSee Less

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Check out the group that kicks off the concert series below! Can't wait to see Mike and MaryBeth!

We have a small lost snowmobile that was left here at the library over the holiday weekend. We hope to reunite him with his owner! Let us know if you recognize him! 422-9765

We have a small lost snowmobile that was left here at the library over the holiday weekend. We hope to reunite him with his owner! Let us know if you recognize him! 422-9765 ... See MoreSee Less

Adult Art Classes this summer at the library! Registration required so we have enough materials for everyone! Call the library for more information at 422-9765. ... See MoreSee Less

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Aunt Ann Wallen is watching over these classes and loving that the good work continues! 🎨💕

A Motorola cell phone was left in the parking lot at the library today with Cricket Wireless services. The phone is black and is at the circulation desk. Be aware we may ask you to call the phone to make sure it is yours before you claim it..... ... See MoreSee Less

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