Library Programs



Zero Waste The Library is now a Zero Waste venue. When you come to the Library and/or 

attend  programs where refreshments are served we ask that you bring your own cups, 

plates,utensils and  napkins. If you have babies or children, please remember to bring everything 

out with you that you  brought in with you!



TerraCycle  Bring your CLEAN recyclables to the Library.  Each participating recyclable item earns money for the Library.  Accepted items include baby food pouches, all Colgate products (even used toothbrushes), all Garnier products, all Tom's of Maine products, Brita brand pitchers and filters, and hard plastic tops and spouts from all detergent containers.


Huntington Playgroup 
Fridays, 10am-12pm (schedule follows the school calendar)
Sponsored by Building Brighter Futures, Jennifer O'Hora, Facilitator.
The playgroup aims to provide a place for children and their parents, caregivers and grandparents to socialize, do projects and have fun!  Fridays 10:00am - 12:00pm (following the official school calendar.)  For more information contact Jen at huntingtonplaygroup@yahoo.com.

Story Time 
Reading and talking both develop babies and children's early language and literacy skills.  Children begin learning literacy skills right from birth.  Early literacy is what children know about reading and writing before they are able to actually read and write.  These are the six skill areas that researchers have identified that parents, caregivers, and librarians can help to develop: print motivation, vocabulary, print awareness, narrative skill, letter knowledge, phonological awareness. Story Time aims to develop these skills through reading, rhyming, songs and fingerplays.  Fridays 10:45 am.  


Museum and Park Passes  We have a passes for free or reduced admission to the following places: Vermont State Parks (day use only), Vermont Historic Sites, Echo Center, Shelburne Museum, Shelburne Farms and Birds of Vermont Museum.  Passes are checked out for three day periods on a first come basis.