- Listen Up! Vermont: Provides access to ebooks and audiobooks in a state-wide catalog that’s accessable from your own home. Contact the library to learn how to sign in and use it.
- Green Mountain Library Consortium: The GMLC’s mission is to provide Vermont’s libraries access to goods and services otherwise unattainable, through the power of partnerships and collective purchasing. This is summed up in the consortium’s tagline: Vermont Libraries, Working Together.
- Vermont Online Library: The Vermont Online Library (VOL) offers a wide array of electronic information databases on a variety of topics geared to a variety of age levels, for both generalists and specialists.
- Edutrek: Edutrek gathers information on every American school including career-oriented trade and technical schools, so that every student can find the right school for them, free of charge.
- Heritage Quest: The Vermont Department of libraries provides free access to Heritage Quest, a comprehensive treasury of American genealogical sources. Please contact the library for your username and password.
- Universal Class: Vermont Public Libraries provide access to high quality online courses for all library users. Begin exploring these courses by registering with your library barcode number on the State of Vermont Universal Class Registration page. You can get your library barcode number from your librarian at the Enosburgh Public Library.
- Town of Enosburgh: The official municipal and community website for the Town of Enosburgh, Vermont.
- Village of Enosburg Falls: The official municipal and community website for the Village of Enosburg Falls, Vermont.
- Enosburgh Town School District: Provides information on Enosburg Elementary, Enosburgh Falls Middle and High Schools, and the Cold Hollow Career Center.
- County Courier: A weekly, tabloid-sized newspaper published in Enosburg Falls, the Courier is Franklin County’s only all-local newspaper
Of Interest to the Elderly
- AARP (American Association of Retired People)
- Meals on Wheels
- National Council on the Aging
- Vermont Department of Libraries: Oversees the education and provides resources and programming for Vermont librarians and others working in Vermont libraries.
- Vermont Humanities Council: A statewide nonprofit organization founded in 1974, the Vermont Humanities Council is a state affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities. Its programs include book discussions, speaker events, conferences, a statewide one-book community reading program, Creating Communities of Readers grants, and a grants program that supports humanities projects of other nonprofit organizations.