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Check out our new Online Catalog

Thanks to funding from the Friends of the Library and hundreds of volunteer hours, we have joined a consortium of 15 Vermont libraries and have upgraded our online catalog. Click the Online Catalog link in the menu bar above to take a look. Stop in for your login information so you can manage your account online, arrange for interlibrary loans, make purchase suggestions and more!

Upcoming Events

Summer Reading Kick-Off Pizza Party

Friday June 23, 4 - 6pm. Rain Date: June 24

Come on down and fill your tool belt for a successful summer! While you’re here, learn how you can Build A Better World with our amazing summer reading events. Establish your Summer Reading goals with the Librarians. Children who meet their goals will be entered to win some great prizes! Remember, a Summer Reading goal can be something as simple as “I will try books in a new genre” or “I will practice reading out loud twice a week”. Record and share your progress to qualify!

Shirley Jackson Day at the Left Bank

Monday June 26, 7pm

The McCullough Library is co-sponsoring a celebration event at The Left Bank in North Bennington. This year, Shirley Jackson Day will feature four readers connected with the national Shirley Jackson Awards: Michael Thomas Ford, author of numerous books for both adult and young readers; Karen Heuler, whose stories have appeared in over 100 literary and speculative magazines and anthologies; Paul Park, author of a dozen novels in a variety of genres; and Chandler Klang Smith, a graduate of Bennington College and the creative writing MFA program at Columbia University. Come celebrate Shirley Jackson with us!


Thursday July 20, 2 - 5pm

Build a paper world with origami! Paper is an ideal building material, and we will create a number of beautiful models! Prizes for three lucky attendees!

Kindness Rocks

Saturday July 22

Join the #kindnessrocks project! The goal is simple: to promote random acts of kindness. We will be painting and creating an inspirational rock garden at the Library for our community.

Ongoing Programs

Tech Drop-in Hours

Thursdays from 2 - 4pm

Need a little help borrowing ebooks and e-audiobooks with your laptop, smartphone, tablet or other device? Want to know more about what our new online catalog can do for you? Stop in for one-on-one help with volunteer tech experts!

Yarncrafting Club for Adults

Thursdays from 1 - 6pm

Help yourself to our stash of free yarn, borrow our knitting needles and crochet hooks and check out our pattern books. Bring a friend and craft the afternoon away!

Lego Club

Every Friday from 1 - 6pm

Build something amazing and show it off in our community display case!

Coloring for Adults

Every Friday from 1 - 6pm

Start your weekend right with intricate coloring pages and high quality gel pens, colored pencils and fine-tipped markers! All supplies are provided, but please feel free to bring your own!

Tales for Tots Story Time

Saturdays from 10:30 - 11am

Join this growing group for stories, songs, literacy-building activities and occasional crafts. All ages are welcome. No reservations necessary and family groups are encouraged to attend!

Dot & Dash, the Coding Robots

Kids, learn computer programming basics with our fun, kid-friendly robots! Come upstairs and check them out.

1,000 Books Before Kindergarten

Prepare your little one for school by sharing 1,000 books with them! Track your progress and earn a free book for every 200 books you read!

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Our Fiber Optic and Wireless Service

Our in-house network and wireless access now operates at super-fast speeds due to our fiber optic connection. Bring your own laptop, or use one of our public access computers. Internet Use Policy

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