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Please help Lyndon and Lyndonville by participating in the mitigation planning process!  The Hazard Mitigation Committee is working on developing a Hazard Mitigation Plan and would love to hear your hazard concerns to help lessen the impact of future disasters.  Click here to help with the survey!  Your help is most appreciated.  




The Children’s Room is open!

Save the date for the Children’s Room Grand Reopening Celebration on Saturday, April 25th at 11:00 A.M.
David Martin begins with the younger children and then we have guest storyteller, Simon Brooks!
Join us for pizza and drinks afterwards!

So wonderful to have children in the Children’s Room again,
browsing books, checking out the Lego table and sliding for the sheer
thrill of it!  Annalicia, on the slide, was only 4 months old when the Children’s Room
flooded.  We are so happy that she and all the children have their room back!!!

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And the winner is – Dolores Valentine!
Many thanks to all who purchased a ticket!

Vermont Tax Forms

Vermont Forms Page

If people wish to order Vermont paper booklets and forms by telephone, please call our toll-free order hotline at 855-297-5600.

Federal Tax Forms

 A Message from the IRS:  “Unfortunately, we are unable to offer Instructions for Forms 1040, 1040A
and 1040EZ. Your patrons can obtain copies of Instructions through:

*[1] – to view and download
*[2] – to order tax products to be delivered by mail
* 1-800-829-3676 – to order tax products to be delivered by mail

The decision to reduce the number of tax products available to our TFOP partners was not made lightly.
We realize this decision is not ideal and
we understand it may impact you and your customers.”

Bookmobile visit 2
Bookmobile visit and reading aloud by Haley!

 Center for Cartoon Studies Scholarship for a teen age 16 or older!

For the seventh year in a row, the Center for Cartoon Studies in White River Junction has donated a full scholarship to the Department of Libraries so a Vermont teen can attend their one week workshop, “Create Comics,” this summer. This full scholarship, worth $900, includes the workshop, supplies, morning/afternoon snacks, full lunch and evening student activities. Lodging is not included, but there is a very inexpensive hostel option at the nearby Hotel Coolidge. Any Vermont student age 16 or older (must be 16 years old by June 1, 2015) is eligible. The workshop will take place in White River Junction, VT July 20-24, 2015. Students interested in the scholarship should apply through their local school or public library.


The only entry requirements are: (1) that the student is a Vermonter and at least 16 years old, and (2) the applicant has the ability to attend the entire workshop in July.  ***Please make sure the student is able to attend.  No shows might put the future of this program in jeopardy.***


The contest will be conducted through the library (school or public) and librarians will be responsible for sending in the entry forms to the Department of Libraries by May 4, 2015. VTLIB will hold a drawing and will let the winning student’s librarian know the results by May 15.


For more information about this workshop visit:


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Kids talking about books on a list that kids annually choose a winner!
You will need to create an account and have a valid e-mail address to sign up for courses.
You are welcome to enroll in up to 5 courses.
You have 6 months to finish each course.
You have access to your course 24/7 via the Internet.
Attend class and do assignments on your schedule.
Each course has a real instructor who you may communicate with using e-mail.
These are non-credit courses and are provided for your personal enrichment. These courses are not intended to be a substitute for any state, government, licensing, or educational requirements.
Please contact us with a request.
Please make reading suggestions,
we would rather purchase books tailored for local needs. Books can be reserved and renewed in our online catalog from home, or call us. Your ID number is your whole library card number. Your pin number is the last four digits of your library card number. It will not work if you have overdue items. If you need help, let us know.
Listen up Vermont!
Cobleigh brings you Downloadable audio books from Overdrive! You can access all of their content with just your library card from the comfort of
your home.
Check out the new ebooks!
For more information
click here.
The University of Vermont is sponsoring a Landscape Change Program, which brings historic images of Vermont to the World through our website. They want to learn what kind of impact the Interstate has had on their lives. Click here to view the pictures.