~The Huntington Public Library Trustees & Staff are so grateful to Leta Watkins for her generous donation of time and energy in creating “Leta’s Book Reviews” for the past year.  It has been our pleasure reading Leta’s reviews, we will all miss her book choices!


A huge thank you to local author Meg Little Reilly who graciously visited and spoke at the Huntington Public Library on Friday, September 21.


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

Patrons will use their barcode number as both their sign in and password (unless you come into the library and request that your password be changed).   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.



Environmental Film Series: The Library will be featuring two or three films a year on environmental themes. We are pleased to have Barrett Grimm as the host for this series. Our first film will be “Call of the Forest” by Diana BeresfordKroeger. It will be shown on Sunday, December 4 at the Library. Snacks will be available at 5:15 pm and the film will begin at 5:30. It is an 85 minute feature. You can watch the trailer at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=45jwIzO6D60. Ms. Beresford Kroeger has written several highly regarded books that are part of the HPL collection. This series is being sponsored in collaboration with the Huntington Conservation Commission and Vermont Coverts – Woodlands for Wildlife. vtcoverts.org

Citizen Science Forum: Back by popular demand – the Cit Sci Forum will return in early spring 2019! If you are a citizen scientist please consider sharing your experiences with the community. Our first presenters (in 2016) were Wally Jenkins – Dragonflies, Cindy Sprague – Herps, Erin Talamge – iNaturalist 101, Ali Wagner – Birds, Elizabeth Spinney – Invasives, Larry Montague – Huntington Town Garage Stormwater Mitgation, John Hadden – Backyard Weatherman and Corina Parnapy – Winooski River Watershed Conservation. Please contact Anne at the Library if you are interested or know of another local citizen scientist.