Volunteers regularly help us pick up books from our book drops or shelve materials at the library. Volunteering takes as little as one hour a week and we'll work with you to find a schedule that suits your needs. Each year, volunteers help us with over 2000 hours of their time -- more than the time worked by a single full-time employee!
The library currently has openings for volunteers to assist with shelving books. Stop by the library for an application, or more information!
Book-drop volunteers pick up materials on a designated day and return them to the library. Our book drops are located in front of RiteAid on Prim Road and outside the Town Offices on Blakely Road.
Shelving volunteers help us get returned materials from the desk and back onto the shelves. Shelving volunteers also tidy shelves, move materials around to prevent overcrowding, and "shelf read" to double-check that materials are in the right order.
For more information about these and other volunteering opportunities at the library, contact Susan at 802-264-5669 or via email.
Teen Volunteer Opportunities
Youth Department Shelver
Help shelve books in the youth department. Must commit to several weeks and be trained.
Chalk Board Cleaner
The chalkboard walls need regular-ish scrub downs. A re-painting would also be very nice. By appointment when the teen librarian is working.
Bookshelves get really dusty. They need regular-ish wipe downs to mitigate dirt and grime and protect the books.