The Janeway Wing
Throughout the year we feature exhibits of the work of local artists. Check the events calendar for current exhibit information.
Archived Exhibits can be found here…
Over the years the library evolved from a room at the Cudworth’s house to the Sifter Building and then to Lizzie MacAllister’s residence, the library’s present home – located at 15 Old School Street in South Londonderry.
There are art books, cookbooks, gardening books and the classics – biographies, mysteries, historical novels, bird, nature, and science books, books about philosophy, photography and travel, and an outstanding Vermont collection.
High Tech at the Library
Currently there are 5 computers with free internet access. The library purchased a router that enables anyone with a laptop with a wireless card to have free Internet access anywhere on library grounds. One children’s computer was donated by the United Way of Windham County and IBM.
Thanks to a grant from the Freeman Foundation another room was renovated for young adults and includes a TV with a VCR, a compact disc and tape player, games and books of interest to teenagers.
A second batch of robin’s eggs have hatched in their nest in the library entry way.
As we took photos, this family was ready to move on … although these last two chicks took their time about it.
The garden is a splash of color. We have 2 new rockers and 2 new Adirondeck chairs. People have been sitting outside reading or using wi-fi.
In Honor of Lib Theme, donated by her friends
We welcome all to peruse the black and white photographs from the Vaile Collection of glass plates taken by Everett Vaile at the turn of 20th century Vermont. Please stop in and see if you can identify people or local places in Winhall and Londonderry.