Job Opening!

Library Clerk 14 hours per week

This position is a minimum of 3 evening shifts and 3 Saturdays a month with the opportunity for more hours to assist in covering the library for other staff vacations and meetings.

Duties include general operation of the library, customer service at the circulation desk, managing overdue lists and correspondence, shelving, Inter Library Loans, assisting patrons in use of technology, library catalog and other services offered at the library, and other general library and clerical duties.  Employee must be able to work solo.

Excellent customer service skills, computer knowledge, and good organizational skills are a must.

To apply, send resume and letter of interest with two references by November 3rd to or Enosburgh Public Library, PO Box 206, Enosburg Falls, VT  05450.

Wooden Rocking Chair

Reaching out to our community for a wooden rocking chair in good condition so we can provide comfort for our nursing mothers. Please share with your friends and family. Thank you!

Who won the reading challenge? Kids or Adults?


Do you think the kids or the adults read more books in the last 5 weeks?  Our reading challenge ran from Friday June 29th through Friday August 3rd.  We will reveal who won the challenge tomorrow, Tuesday August 7th @ 10:45 a.m.

I will tell you that an amazing 1,068 books were read by both adults and kids!!!  Everyone who was a part of this is truly awesome readers!!!

Who is throwing whip cream pies at the Librarians tomorrow?!


Bounce House Where?!

With the threatening of rain we couldn’t have the bounce house outside like we planned. But with the all the kids who were looking forward to this, we just couldn’t let them down! With little maneuvering and rearranging we made it happen, where you ask? Right in the center of our Library! As they walked in one by one, they were in awe and so excited to go play! First, of course, Judy read them a book, did some singing and dancing, and made an awesome craft! Then it was BOUNCE TIME!

GFL: Last Day and Celebration!!

It has been such an awesome ride with the Gardens for Learning program! Today was sadly our last day for the summer. We enjoyed each and every single moment with all of you! We started off with lunch and then Karoline read The Vegetables We Eat. After, the kids decorated their recipe books! Then everyone helped Karoline get ready for prepping the up for the parents, to show them what we have learned through out the program. When they finished that, everyone on got ready and prepped on cooking! We started off with prepping for the Zucchini Latkes, then zoodled Zucchini for the Zucchini  Spaghetti, and harvested cabbage, carrots, onions, and lettuce greens for the Summer Cabbage Salad. Then the parents, grandparents, child care providers,  and everyone started rolling on in for the Celebration! The children gave them a tour showed them what they did, even did an erosion project for them! After everyone ate they made their own ice cream!