If you cannot get into downtown Montpelier to visit the Library, we may have an option for you!
Curbside Pickup in our Member Communities
Place your curbside pickup order via phone (802) 223-3338 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Let us know that you would like to pick up your materials at our next stop in your member town. Starting the week of June 2nd, we will be in your town on the following days/times:
Community Delivery Schedule:
East Calais Store, 11:30 am
Adamant Coop, 12:00 pm
Maple Corner Store, 12:15 pm
Worcester Community Center, 12:30 pm to 1:00 pm
There will be a crate at all locations (except Worcester) for returning library materials. Returns should be in the crate before the weekly delivery.
Browse Books from the Car Library
Browse books in a variety of genres to check out including Mystery, Cooking, Poetry, History, and more.
Request library materials for your kids to be delivering either to the community curbside locations or to your door. Let us know the number and ages of your kids, topics you are interested in, or let’s brainstorm some great resources. We can deliver books, dvds, audio books, games, and puzzles! Email Heather Kralik: email@example.com.
Kid's Brown Bags!!!!
The Kellogg-Hubbard Library wants to make sure our kids are getting books to read and for at home story time. The KHL will offer FREE Kids Brown Bags with 4 books in it to take home and keep. The Kid's Brown Bags will be available at the community curbside days/times/locations.
If you or someone you know is housebound and unable to visit the Library for a period of 2 months or longer; call (802) 223-3338 or email to find out about home delivery.
We will do our best to arrange pickup and delivery, and we're happy to help choose books that you might enjoy reading.
If you have an underlying condition and are housebound due to Covid-19 concerns, please reach out! We would love to assist you with Library home delivery.
Outreach maintains book exchanges at the following locations: Red Hen Bakery (Middlesex), the Berlin Mall, (Berlin) the Elm Street Laundromat (Montpelier), and the Post Office Cafe (Worcester).
Books exchange materials are give-away books that do not need to come back to the library.
The Kellogg-Hubbard Library Outreach Book Group will be reading There, There by Tommy Orange beginning in mid-March. Enrollment deadline is March 8th. Limited to 20 participants. Contact Heather Kralik if interested: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Story Time On-the-Road
Every spring and fall we take story time on the road to venues in each of our member towns. In addition to a read-aloud, we offer give-away books and craft time! We had to cancel our spring 2020 storytimes on the road, but we're hoping to reschedule for small outdoor venues in the summer!
Child Care Providers
The Kellogg-Hubbard Library promotes pre-literacy skills through its outreach service to child care providers. Volunteers choose and deliver books to area day cares, often leading story times. To learn more, or to volunteer, contact Heather Kralik at 223-4665, or, email: email@example.com
Community Gatherings (currently suspended due to covid-19)
The outreach program maintains a library annex at the Adamant Coop. This provides easy library access to residents of East Montpelier and Calais. Patrons may also call the library and request specific materials to be delivered to the Annex.
Worcester Community Lunch and Old Meeting House Lunch
Kellogg-Hubbard Library brings the library to the towns of East Montpelier and Worcester by providing a limited selection of books for check-out at their weekly, mid-day community meals. Full library services are provided with patrons checking out, returning, and requesting library materials at these locations.