Our Special Guest for Friday, July 19, at 10:45 am

Brewster Pierce Memorial School’s, Mr. Michael Prendiss!


Remember, Pizza Lunch is at 11:30 am, provided by Our Community Cares Camp.

Save the date!

Join Becky & Dave Cozzens for a morning of music and fun on Friday, July 26, at 10:45 am!


Starting June 24 through August 19

What to do with your Reading Record:

1. Come visit the Library with your Reading Record! Show the Librarian your Reading Record listing the books you have read. The Librarian will give you a large “Universe of Stories” stamp or sticker.


3. Keep reading!

4. After 5 visits to the Library (bring those Reading Records!) you earn your $10 in Tokens to the Richmond Farmer’s Market!

Be sure to collect your tokens by August 19!

*The Summer Reading Program is open to incoming Kindergarteners through 8th Graders!*         

MIDDLESCHOOLERS (5th – 8th Grade) – After reading 5 chapter books of a reasonable length for middleschoolers, you will be eligible for $10 worth of tokens towards the Richmond Farmer’s Market. Just check in with the Librarian, and we will keep track of your number of visits and books!


 2019 Read & Win Program at the Champlain Valley Fair (Grades K-8)

Read at least three (3) books during summer vacation, and win a ribbon and FREE admission to the Champlain Valley Fair on Monday, August 26.

Register and pick up your ribbon at the Library.


Thank you to Heidi Racht, Pleasant Mount Farms, and Snow Lindemuth for the donation of the beautiful windowboxes!



Come visit the art exhibit by The Art Exercise Group!

The Art Exercise Group is sponsored by the Community Senior Center of Richmond, Huntington, and Bolton with support of the Radiate Art Center.


Celebrate Arbor Day Art Exhibit

The Huntington Public Library and the Huntington Conservation Commission has collaborated on a multi-media art exhibit in celebration of trees and forests.  Be sure to see the exhibit!


****Note:  Listen Up Vermont/Overdrive/Libby is moving to a two step authentication login system.  This will provide patrons with more security.

After June 7, 2019 things will look a little different.  Everyone must have a valid library card and then will be asked to choose their library, use their barcode (nine digit account number), and use a personal password.

Patrons will use their barcode number as their log in and use a password.  The password is the same used to check on your koha account from home.   If you are unable to login to Listen Up Vermont/Overdrive/Libby, please call 434.4583 or come by the Library to update your account.  We can renew your card, give you a password and troubleshoot all one phone call!


Please look under the tab “Resources” to see our collection of materials that are not in the koha catalog!