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The Kellogg-Hubbard Library is a community hub for lifelong learning. We are a free non-profit public library serving the central Vermont towns of Berlin, Calais, East Montpelier, Middlesex, Montpelier, and Worcester.

We offer free access to nearly 70,000 books, movies, audiobooks, and more, plus a range of online resources. Our friendly staff is happy to help you find what you’re looking for.

Everyone is welcome in our building! Come stay awhile, pull up a comfortable chair, and enjoy a book. We offer public computers and printing, restrooms, and free wi-fi access. Our Children’s Library is a great place for a play-date or an after-school hang. We also offer spaces for work and for community groups to hold meetings and events.

We are a learning and cultural center of the community. We offer hundreds of free programs each year for all ages. We host authors and historians, storytimes and craft activities, arts and musical events, and much more. We are especially proud of PoemCity, our annual celebration of National Poetry Month, and our StoryWalk® program, which has spread the joy of reading to children across the world!


How do I get a library card?

You need a Library Card to borrow materials and to use digital services like Libby, Flipster, and Kanopy.

You can get a free Library Card if you:

  • Live or pay property taxes in one of our supporting towns (Berlin, Calais, East Montpelier, Middlesex, Montpelier or Worcester)
  • Teach or go to a public school in one of our member towns, including VABE (Vermont Adult Basic Education) and CCV (community college of Vermont – Montpelier).
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What digital resources can I access via the library?

We offer an array of digital resources, ranging from e-books and audiobooks to streaming video, popular magazines, online classes, and more. Click here to learn more.

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How can I support the library?

Thank you! Supporting the Kellogg-Hubbard Library is a great way to support your community. Each gift of time or financial resources helps us to provide free and equal access to materials, resources, programs, and a welcoming space for all community members to enjoy.

Here are some ways to give:

  • Make a financial contribution: Unlike many other libraries, KHL is a 501c3 non-profit, which means 50% of our funding comes from the generosity of donors like you.
  • Volunteer: The library is always on the lookout for helping hands. We have many opportunities for volunteers to pitch in including shelving and processing materials, helping with outreach, and in our year-round book sale.

How do I contact a librarian?

We are here to help! Use our contact form to send us a message or call us at 802-223-3338.

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Popular Programs

KHL Summer Reading Challenge

In summer 2024, Adventure Begins at your Library with our summer reading challenge and programs. Lots of free fun events, plus great prizes for everyone who participates!

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Combine reading and the great outdoors with StoryWalk®! StoryWalk promotes early literacy, physical activity, and time together in nature. It’s a fun and educational family activity that you can bring to your community!

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PoemCity is our annual celebration of National Poetry Month each April. PoemCity displays poems by Vermonters in storefront windows in downtown Montpelier and organizes a community calendar of poetry events for the month.

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Recent News

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Library Open: July 11, 2024

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The library did not suffer any damage and will be open today, Thursday, July 11.
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Volumes of Appreciation Mural 2012

Volumes of Appreciation

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An update on the Volumes of Appreciation mural wall.
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Construction Begins! Elevator Out of Order

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Construction will begin Wednesday, May 22nd on our new elevator and elevator machine room. Work will take place at the 1st floor landing of the School Street stairwell and in…
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About the Library

Our mission is to empower community members to become lifelong learners by providing easy access to materials, online resources, programs and a welcoming place.

Our vision is to be a resilient, inclusive and innovative library that continually learns and adapts to meet the changing needs of our community.


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