Montgomery Town Library
Welcome to the Montgomery Town Public Library.
Come see what's new on our shelves, peruse our DVD collection, spend some time in the Jim Abbott biography room, inspire your kids in the children's
nook, or participate in one of our library programs.
The Library offers a number of online services to patrons. The free services linked below are available to all Montgomery Town Library card holders. Follow the links to access online content. Please contact the Library for account numbers or passwords.
The Library is always looking for local volunteers. Whether you are interested in taking a circulation desk shift, organizing book shelves, or offering a public service, the Library welcomes all. Please reach out to Librarian Marlene Hambleton if you are interested.
Monday 10 AM - 7 PM
Tuesday 10 AM - 5 PM
Wednesday 10 AM - 7 PM
Thursday 10 AM - 5 PM
Friday 10 AM - 2 PM
Saturday 10 AM - 2 PM
Sunday 10 AM -12 PM
Free online catalog.
Set up an account and view what books you have out, when they're due, renewal options, and book reservations.
Make suggestions for your library.
Monday 10 AM-11:30 AM
For infants, toddlers, pre-schoolers, and their parents.
Building Bright Futures is a non profit, public-private partnership authorized by law to improve the systems that
serve Vermont’s young children and families.
As a host for the program, Montgomery Building Bright Futures features age-based activities to stimulate learning and early development. This program is FREE and provides a great opportunity for new parents and children to meet, socialize, and learn.
More information about the State program at www.buildingbrightfutures.org
For more information about the Montgomery branch or to volunteer or donate, contact the MTL librarian.
All ages reading challenge
Each summer, the Library encourages independent reading with the Summer Reading Program.
Challenge yourself to read a goal number of books for the summer.
Sign up with the Librarian and receive a prize when you meet or exceed your goal.
This program is open to all ages.
Summer Reading Programs
A volunteer group that hosts public events to benefit the Library
Friends of the Montgomery Town Library is a volunteer organization created to increase funding opportunities for our community library. Currently the main sources of income are from the town and the annual silent auction. The “Friends” organization has non-profit status, making us eligible for grant opportunities not available to the Town Library.
Membership and donations are also tax deductible. Our goals are to:
Raise money above the operating budget.
Provide additional programming.
Help with the library “wish” list.
Build community support for the library and awareness of all that it provides.
Consider joining us and becoming a member of “Friends of the Montgomery Town Library.” Your support is vital to our success. "Friends" applications can be obtained at the library, on bulletin boards around town, or printed from this link: Friends of the Montgomery Town Library Form.
Visit the CALENDAR page to see what else is happening monthly at the Library.
Links to Library resources:
Kanopy is an on-demand streaming video platform for public libraries and universities that offers viewers a large collection of award-winning films, documentaries, and children's programming.
E-books & Audio Books
The new app option from Green Mountain Library Consortium for borrowing thousands of e-books and audio books for your hand-held device.
www.libbyapp.com or at the google play store.
Audio Books &
The Green Mountain Library Consortium.
Set up an account to borrow thousands of ebooks and audiobooks instantly using your handheld device.
VT Online Library
Search a wide array of electronic information databases on a variety of topics geared to a variety of age levels, for both generalists and specialists.
The Mango learning system focuses on intuitive language construction through a conversation-based methodology that reinforces grammar, vocabulary, culture, and pronunciation, the four key elements of becoming a confident communicator.
Project Gutenberg offers over 59,000 free eBooks. Choose among free epub and Kindle eBooks, download them or read them online. You will find the world's great literature here, with focus on older works for which U.S. copyright has expired.