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Cheryl McMahon and Mary Marceau
Cheryl McMahon, a dedicated library staff member, was honored on Friday, April 18 with Community National Bank’s Service Award for her work in the community aside from her service here at the library.
This is an honor well deserved for a very hard working person who always wants to give back to her community.  Congratulations, Cheryl!
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Vermont State Tax Forms are online at
The forms will be available online  the first week in February
Vermont tax forms can also be requested by emailing:
and by calling (802) 828-2515.  The Vermont Dept. of Taxes will no longer distribute Income Tax return Booklets at community distribution points such as libraries, town offices and post offices.
Federal Tax Forms are online at

For people with accessibility issues the IRS has provided this web site



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If you have used our Internet Intern, Blake Kincaid, and have not filled out an evaluation, please do so here  Having this information will help sustain funding.  Thanks for taking the time.  Blake will resume his Intern duties in January.




The children’s room is closed because of water damage we found on Monday, June 24th.   A limited amount of children’s books are available on the top floor.  If you have a children’s book request, library staff can retrieve it for you–please ask us!  The road needs repair before we can make repairs to the children’s room.  If you have any questions please ask library staff or call the library at 626-5475.


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Kids talking about books on a list that kids annually choose a winner!
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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!
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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.