The next issue of The New Yorker is available to be checked out: November 30, 2020. Come by the library Wednesdays between 1-5 or send us a message or email if you’d like to pick it up curbside!
Woodbury Community Library – Librarian Job Description
The Woodbury Community Library is seeking a friendly, collaborative, book lover. If you like people of all ages, enjoy working with children in an informal educational setting, and like learning new things. you might be the right person for the library.
This job is a part time position for the primary librarian. The ideal candidate will:
• enjoy reading and talking about books
• have some computer skills and feel comfortable helping others with technology questions
• be friendly and responsible with children who use the library after school
• demonstrate creative energy to design events for all ages
• work in partnership with the school to best utilize the shared space of the library building and grounds
• communicate and listen well
• feel a strong sense of community and interest in developing the library to enhance the town
• have knowledge of library administration and work towards Public Library Certification if not already certified.
A bachelor’s degree is recommended, but no formal library training is necessary. Training will be provided as well as support during the learning process. Compensation will depend on experience and skills. To apply please submit a letter of interest, resume, and three reference contacts to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Interested in joining a monthly no-pressure, virtual reading group this winter?
I’d like to host a monthly reading group, for connection with a small infusion of literacy, and hopefully a lot of laughter.
Material and time can be determined by the group.
Please email me interest at email@example.com.
Hope to hear from you!
It’s such a pleasure to have kids back in the library — in limited numbers — after school!
Just a reminder that library hours are Mondays and Wednesdays, 1-5pm. Curbside pickup available. Interlibrary loan is up and running. Wifi is always unlocked.
Check out our new mystery shelf, too!
Many thanks to Larry Eldred (with assistance from Don Turgeon) for Woodbury’s free little library, located just outside the community room door. Please take or leave books — for children and adults!
Library hours are now Mondays and Wednesdays, 1-5 p.m.
Hurray! The library is now open Mondays and Wednesdays, 1-5 p.m.
The Woodbury Library continues with Wednesday hours, 1-5 pm.
Please check out the StoryWalk in the field just the below the library. Start at the fence and take a short stroll into the woods — a lovely activity on these summer days.
The Woodbury Community Library is beginning a slow reopening, under the guidance of the Vermont Department of Libraries.
The Library is now open on Wednesdays, 1-5 pm. We ask that all visitors wear masks, use the Library’s hand sanitizer upon entering, and follow social distancing guidelines.
The Library continues to offer curbside pick-up of library materials. A StoryWalk begins in the soccer field; this is a short walk appropriate for young children.
As always, free wifi is available outside the library.
Any questions? Please contact the library at firstname.lastname@example.org or 279-9266.
Dear community members,
Governor Scott’s Stay Home, Stay Safe order now allows for curbside pickup of library books. While the library will remain closed until the order is altered, the Woodbury Community Library welcomes requests from our catalog.
The library catalog can be accessed here.
When you request a book through the catalog, I’ll return your email, confirm that the book is available, and let you know when you may pick up that request at the library.
At this time, I can only offer what is available in our catalog; the inter-library loan statewide system is currently closed. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to ask. This is not the easiest scenario, but the library is committed to doing what we can to help.
Woodbury Community Library, Librarian
The Woodbury Community Library, like libraries around the world, is closed. Public schools in Vermont are tentatively closed until April 6. The library will likely open when the schools reopen.
Although it’s with sadness we shut our doors, we ask everyone to please stay home as much as possible. We look forward to a tremendous community celebration when the coronavirus threat passes by.
I expect to update this site with more information in the coming days. Please don’t hesitate to contact me at email@example.com.
Stay safe, everyone.
Brett Stanciu, Librarian