The Library accepts as its mission the responsibility of providing access to books and other resources in support of education, recreation and culture. It will create and support programs that encourage reading for children, life-long learning for adults, and access to the latest in technical communications.
WE HAVE MANY NEW CHILDREN'S BOOKS ON FALL THAT ARE WAITING FOR YOU TO EXPLORE.
YOUTH PROGRAM SCHEDULE: Check the Youth Program Calendar to see what is happening: Youth Calendar for October
COMPUTER HELP is available at the library Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday from 2-5:30.
ARCHIVES: On the Archives page you'll find previously posted announcements and other material of interest.
LISTEN UP! VERMONT: The Brown Public Library, as a member of the Green Mountain Consortium, provides a downloadable e-book and audio book service for adults, kids and teens.
UNIVERSAL CLASS: An online educational resource available to every public library in Vermont. It gives library patrons access to over 500 free online courses from hobbies to job skills to education and test preparation and more. All you need to register is your library bar code number. Self-paced courses with real instructors have video-based lessons, graded tests, a collaborative learning environment, and certificates of achievement. To register go to http://vermontstate.universalclass.com/register.htm or call the library (485-4621) for more information.
HERITAGEQUEST ONLINE: Search various databases valuable in genealogical research.