I love the Kellogg-Hubbard Library - my library, my family’s library, the city’s library, and the library of the five towns comprising the Washington Central Supervisory Union.  The building itself is a beauty and serves as a community hub for so many things - meetings, presentations, foreign language gatherings, tutoring, and so much more. 


It is also a refuge for many; to sit in a comfortable chair to read a book or newspaper or use a computer or do homework or just sit - a warmer place on a cold winter day or perhaps a cooler place on a hot summer day.


Needless to say the superb collection of books, audio-video, and the expansive children’s library are just a few of the things that make the library great. And above everything, we are so lucky to have friendly, knowledgeable, professional staff.


How nice it will be to go back into the library when this strange interlude we are all living in is over!  As I write this today I have just learned that there is going to be a curbside pickup for books, etc. Of course the library all along has continued to offer online programs and access to electronic books.


The Kellogg-Hubbard Library is a real treasure for our whole community.  Please make a donation today to help keep it vital.


                                                                                      Michael Katzenberg


Growing up in central Vermont, Kellogg-Hubbard was a refuge for me - -access to a world of ideas and literature.


Today my daughter takes advantage of all our library has to offer. In eleven years, she has borrowed literally thousands of books.


And we, as a community, will need all the resources Kellogg-Hubbard has to offer as we seek to recover, both in health and economically.


If you can, please join me in making a donation -- to benefit yourself, your family, and your community.


We all need our library.


                                                                               Jason Serota-Winston



The warm glow from the windows on a winter afternoon; the laughter of children on the lawn after school; the quiet pleasure of browsing the adult fiction shelves; the music and joy of storytime – Kellogg-Hubbard Library offers something to enrich the lives of everyone in our community.


As a librarian myself, I know how critical a library is during difficult times. Your donation and mine will help to provide essential access to accurate information, necessary technological resources, and affordable entertainment.


Please support your library – an invaluable community resource! 


                                                   Rachel Muse, Kellogg-Hubbard Trustee