Everyone is welcome to visit the library, go to library programs and use our computers & wifi.
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).
When you visit the library to sign up for a card please bring:
A photo ID and proof of your current address (license, lease, utility bill, etc.)
A parent or guardian, if you are under age 16 (they will need to sign with you)
You may buy a Library Card if you live outside of our tax-supported area:
Adult Membership (16-64): $55
Senior Membership (+65): $50
If you already have a paid Library Card and need to renew it for another year, you can stop by the library, call us, or complete the Paid membership form.
Your KHL card is valid only at the Kellogg-Hubbard Library. Vermont libraries do not form a unified system. Cards expire annually. Renew your card by checking in with us to verify that your contact information hasn't changed!