Winter has come!
If the schools are closed, the library may be closed as well.
We may open later in the afternoon, weather and transportation permitting.
Please call us to see if we are open before making the trek (472-5948)!
Your chance to have a hand in the interior design of the future addition of the Jeudevine Memorial Library is happening now! Do you have an eye for color? A mind for spatial layouts? You are invited to join the currently forming interior design committee at the Jeudevine. This will be a limited time commitment of two meetings per month for four months with a focus on researching furnishing and fixtures. We are looking to apply for grant funding through the USDA that has a due date of early April so the bulk of the work will need to be completed by then. Those with an interest in beauty, comfort, affordability, and your public library are encouraged to sign on! For more information or to be put on the list, please contact Diane Grenkow at the library 472-5948 or by email. Our first meeting will be Tuesday, January 15th at 5:15 PM.
Want to help the Jeudevine Library raise money for its much needed addition? The library is seeking members for its Events Committee which will put together a calendar of fun fundraising events. The committee will use January, February and March to come-up with the slate of events which will start in April with a kick-off for the fundraising campaign. Any and all ideas are welcome! The first meeting of the committee will be on Thursday, Jan. 17 at 5:15 at the Jeudevine Library. For more information or to be put on the list contact Lisa Sammet at the library at 472-5948 or email@example.com. Come out and help the library move forward! Thank you!
We have adopted a new policy for kids playing video games. Kids are allowed a total of one-half hour on the computer unless doing homework. Kids are free to remain quietly in the library after they have their turn. Only 4 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 receive a 5-minute reduction from their current computer time. In the case of especially disruptive behavior, they 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. Repeated behavioral offenses will mean loss of computer use for a week. If the behavior happens again, there will be complete loss of computer use for 6 months. After that, more behavioral problems will entail complete loss of computer use.
Phone: (802) 472-5948
Address: Jeudevine Memorial Library
93 North Main St.
P.O. Box 536
Hardwick, VT 05843