The WiFi at Jeudevine has a certificate error. You may or may not be able to get onto the system. It is a statewide problem with the VT Wide Area Network. It should be fixed by Monday, June 25. We apologize for any inconvenience.
We are very grateful for all of the donations that we get for both our collection and our book sale but, as you know, space is quite an issue here. Because of this, we do have a small guideline to follow.
540 North Main Street
Barre, VT 05641
Hours of collection:
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Every third :
$1 per carload, no matter how much or little.
802-476-1900 (during collection hours)
Thank you very much for your continued support and understanding!
Meet author Jackson Ellis, the 2017 Howard Frank Mosher First Book Award Winner, at Jeudevine Library on Wed. June 27 at 7 PM. The Green Writers Press of Brattleboro, VT gave Mosher award to Ellis’s book Lords of ST Thomas. The novel is set in the 1930s, during construction of the Hoover Dam, when the U.S. government began buying out the residents of St. Thomas, Nevada. Yet the hardheaded Henry Lord, believing the waters of the newly created Lake Mead would never reach his home, refused to sell or vacate his property. It was a mistake that would cost him dearly.
Ellis will read from the book and share photos and maps of ST Thomas and the region around it. Howard Mosher writes of the book, “Jackson Ellis’s Lords of St. Thomas is the dramatic story of the beleaguered Lord family, forced off their land by the creation of Lake Mead. At the heart of the book are the patriarch Henry Lord, who refuses to leave his doomed home and town, and his young grandson and namesake. Lords of St. Thomas is both a terrific coming-of-age story and an exact and haunting evocation of a bygone time and place. What’s more, it’s a great read. I loved every page.”
Jackson Ellis is an author and editor from Vermont, brought up in the Ludlow/Plymouth area and now living in Burlington. His short fiction has previously appeared in The Vermont Literary Review, Sheepshead Review, The Birmingham Arts Journal, Broken Pencil, East Coast Literary Review, Midwest Literary Magazine, and The Journal of Microliterature.
There will be refreshments and discussion with the author. For more information call the Jeudevine Library at 472-5948.
The Old Stone House Museum
The Old Stone House Museum is located in Brownington, VT. With the library pass you buy one admission at the regular price and get the second admission free! The Old Stone House Museum, a student dormitory once known as Athenian Hall, is a museum run by the Orleans County Historical Society in Brownington, Vermont.The Old Stone House, or Athenian Hall, was built in 1836 by Alexander Twilight, the nation's first African-American college graduate.
Tours are available Wednesday through Sunday, 11 am to 5 pm from May 15th through October 15th. Their website is: http://oldstonehousemuseum.org/
American Precision Museum
The Museum in Windsor, VT preserves the heritage of the mechanical arts, celebrates the ingenuity of our mechanical forebears, and explores the effects of their work on our everyday lives.The American Precision Museum, housed in the original Robbins & Lawrence Armory, now holds the largest collection of historically significant machine tools in the nation. The pass allows 2 adults and their kids in free except on the Annual Model Engineering Show and Family Maker Space Day. Find out more about the museum at: www.americanprecision.org
To see the rest of our available passes, click here!
We have adopted a new policy for kids playing video games. Kids are allowed one half-hour video game session per day and a total of one hour unless doing homework. Kids are free to remain quietly in the library after they have their turn. Only 6 kids will be allowed on computers at a time and they will not be allowed to sit next to each other. If there are ANY behavior problems the child will be asked to leave the library. There will always be computers available for any person (child or adult) who has a need to do homework or other valid, non-video game usage of the computers.
Phone: (802) 472-5948
Address: Jeudevine Memorial Library
93 North Main St.
P.O. Box 536
Hardwick, VT 05843