IMPORTANT NOTICE ABOUT LIBRARY CLOSING: LIBRARY NOTICE
IMPORTANT INFORMATION ON CERV FOOD SHELF: COVID-19 FOOD SHELF PROCEDURES
READ ABOUT LearningExpress: ABOUT LEARNING EXPRESS
THIS IS BROWN PUBLIC LIBRARYS' LINK TO LearningExpress. REGISTER BY CREATING A USER NAME AND PASSWORD AND YOU ARE GOOD TO GO. YOU DON'T NEED YOUR LIBRARY CARD NUMBER. LINK TO LEARNING EXPRESS
YOUR LIBRARY HOSTS FUN ACTIVITIES FOR YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULTS SO CHECK THEM OUT AT: UPCOMING EVENTS
A raffle is included in our Annual Appeal this year. For every $25 donated, we will put your name in the raffle to win this beautiful handmade quilt by Cynthia Bushey.
YOU CAN SUPPORT YOUR LIBRARY THROUGH: AmazonSmile
APPLICATION FOR LIBRARY CARD: Application for Library Card
EXPLORE THE HISTORY OF YOUR LIBRARY: The Brown Public Library, built in 1906, integrates the original brick library building with a recent two-story addition connecting the Brown Public Library with the Northfield Historical Society, located in the former home of Charles Paine, a prominent 19th century Northfield entrepreneur and Vermont governor. Above the fireplaces in the north and south readings rooms are paintings of historic interest relating to the library and Northfield. For an illustrated historic tour of the library, click: Northfield's Libraries and George Washington Brown and Mary Ann Paine's Painting of Northfield.
LISTEN UP! VERMONT: The Brown Public Library, as a member of the Green Mountain Consortium, provides a downloadable e-book and audio book service for adults, kids and teens.
UNIVERSAL CLASS: An online educational resource available to every public library in Vermont. It gives library patrons access to over 500 free online courses from hobbies to job skills to education and test preparation and more. All you need to register is your library bar code number. Self-paced courses with real instructors have video-based lessons, graded tests, a collaborative learning environment, and certificates of achievement. To register go to http://vermontstate.universalclass.com/register.htm or call the library (485-4621) for more information.