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Curbside Pick-up of Library Materials Resumes Monday, April 27
The Vermont phased restart Work Safe guidance specifically
authorizes libraries to offer curbside service.
Click here to be redirected to our services page for links to state and local resources containing information about COVID-19 including Hardwick Neighbor to Neighbor.
Vital information will be updated on our phone message (472-5948).
Free Downloadable Audio and eBooks
Green Mountain Library Consortium (also known as Listen Up! Vermont) allows you to sign in with your Jeudevine Library card number (call or email us if you need a reminder!) to access thousands of eBooks and audiobooks. It is compatible with both Overdrive and Libby!
Over 10,000 free public domain audiobooks available through LibriVox!
A collection of both Audiobooks and eBooks from Loyal Books!
VT Online Library has many free articles and reference books online.
Project Gutenberg is a collection of over 60,000 works with a focus on older works with expired U.S Copyrights.
Free-Ebooks.net has a large collection of fiction and non-fiction eBooks & audiobooks.
Free Online Courses and Research
Are you home and haven't much to do? You could take a free course through Universal Class!
*If you haven't used this resource before, contact us for sign-in details.
EBSCO Learning Express has additional online classes you can access, no password needed!
Internet Archive is a non-profit digital library offering free universal access to books, movies & music, as well as 418 billion archived web pages.
This free genealogy site allows users to search for information, create a family tree, and pull records from their extensive database.
Pick up a free book or two outside the library! Supplied from our ongoing book sale.
As always, our WiFi will stay on 24/7 with access outside of the building.
With so many of us in seclusion for our own safety and the safety of us all, how can we find strength in each other?
The Vermont Folklife Center believes that a pathway through anxiety, fear and uncertainty lies as much in the act of listening as it does in the act of telling one’s story.
Listening in Place focuses on two responses to the COVID-19 emergency: the creation of a crowd-sourced Sound Archive to document our daily experiences during the pandemic, and a series of online Virtual Story Circles, where Vermonters can gather remotely to listen and share during these truly challenging times.
Library Hours During COVID-19:
Library Hours (Not currently in use):
Phone: (802) 472-5948
Address: Jeudevine Memorial Library
93 North Main St.
P.O. Box 536
Hardwick, VT 05843