• Shelburne Farms — We have 2 passes that entitles you to:  Free family admission to the Walking Trails and Children’s Farmyard.  Excludes Property Tour.  Family admission is for up to 2 adults and children.
  • St. Albans City Pool –This card is good for admission (single or family) to any Public Swim session at St. Albans City Pool during 2017 season.
  • Vermont State Parks Pass — We have 1 pass that is Good for FREE ENTRY into any Vermont State Park Day Use Area (up to 8 people in one vehicle).
  • Vermont Historic Sites–This pass is Good for FREE ENTRY into any Vermont State Historic Site (up to 8 people in one vehicle).
  • Echo Lake Aquarium and Science Center–This card enables a up to 4 people admission at $7 each.
  • Vermont Granite Museum in Barre Vermont–This card is good for 2 adults and all their accompanying children ages 17 and under free admission.
  • Saint Albans Museum–This card is good for an individual, family, or group of up to 4 persons.
  • Old Stone House Museum & Village–buy one get one admission free
  • Vermont History Museum or Vermont History Center–admit one person or family.

Library of things

  • 18 pairs of Snowshoes
  • Telescope
  • Puzzles
  • Moisture Meter
  • Nature Backpacks (6)
  • Water Wonders Backpacks (2)
  • Space Adventure Backpacks (2)
  • Kids Photography Bag
  • Preschool Games Bag
  • Life-size Games Bags (4)
  • Family Games

Local Interest

  • 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

Statewide Interest

  • 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.

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