Please call for information.
Nancy Rumery, Head Librarian, ext 201
Marie France Journet, French Services, ext 203
Circulation Desk, ext 202
Interlibrary Loan, ext 204
How it works:
- Anyone is welcome to obtain a free library card from the Haskell Free Library.
- Print material, audio books and DVD’s are loaned for three weeks.
- You may renew materials in person or by phone; however, items on a waiting list and DVD’s can not be renewed.
- You may reserve most materials by phone or in person and will be notified when they are available. Items can be held for up to 3 days.
- If we do not own the material you want, we will attempt to borrow it from another library.
- Interlibrary Loan request forms are available at the Circulation Desk.
- While suggestions are welcome, the final responsibility for the selection of materials lies with the librarians.
- The Haskell offers three public access computer stations; printing is 20¢ per page.
- All customers must comply with our Acceptable Use Internet policy.
- Customers can sign up for one 30-minute appointment per day. If the next appointment time is available you may use an additional 30 minutes.
- Please call ahead or sign up at the Circulation Desk.
- Children under 14 must have a permission slip on file in order to use Haskell computers.
- We do not filter our public Internet access stations.
- Children’s fiction and nonfiction (board books, easy readers, and chapter books)
- Books for young adults
- Adult fiction, nonfiction, biography, reference, travel, how-to and more
- Adult and children’s audio books
- Large print books
- DVD and VHS film
- Free Internet and computer access. Wireless access
- Online databases
- Downloadable audio and e-books www.listenupvermont.org (requires Haskell membership)
- Book Club Just For Fun
- Annual Reading and Discussion Series
- Story Time for Preschoolers
- Toddler Time
- Summer Reading Program