Mission and Program Description:
The mission of the Weathersfield Proctor Library is to provide open and convenient access to information, through traditional resources and evolving technologies, to citizens of all ages in the town of Weathersfield. The library contains materials that complement the educational programs of the Weathersfield School and that can be used by those pursuing life-long learning. The library intends to serve as a vital center for community life by providing meeting and exhibition space for community groups. Because the town of Weathersfield encompasses a large geographic area, with great distances between settlements, the Weathersfield Proctor Library will do everything in its power to provide public services to all residents of Weathersfield.
Make the library building and grounds, as well as offsite programing events, gathering places where community members can socialize.
Board of Trustees:
Board meetings are held on the third Thursday of each month at the library at 7:00 pm, and open to the public.
Weathersfield Proctor Library Expansion Project
Information and Updates at www.wplexpansion.blogspot.com
For the latest Library News, to search the catalog, download ebooks and audiobooks and more
Check out our Blog/Website: www.weathersfieldproctorlibrary.org and click below to Read Library Board Meeting Minutes
Join Our Mailing List to receive the monthly Library Happenings calendar
Volunteer @ Your Library!
Email or call 674-2863 for more information.
Volunteers are needed for the circulation desk, special projects, children's programs, and sorting books for the Friends Annual Book Sale.
Brother's Keeper Genealogy Software
The library has purchased Brother's Keeper genealogy software and loaded it with records from the Weathersfield Historical Society. The software is available for public use. The database can be searched and family trees can be printed. Also if you have your own records that you would like to add to the database we would be happy to do so.
Universal Class: Over 500 Online Continuing Education Courses
Learn something new today! We now offer free online courses for your personal enrichment! Many courses are available in a variety of subjects: Accounting and Bookeeping, Alternative Medicine, Arts and Photography, Business, Career Training, Computers and Technology, Cooking, Crafts and Hobbies, Entrepreneurship, Financial Management, Health and Medicine, History, Mathematics, New Age and Alternative Beliefs, Office Skills, Parenting and Family, Performing Arts, Personal Care, Pet and Animal Care, Psychology, Real Estate, Science, Social Work, Special Education, Web Development, Writing, and more!
For more information or to register for a class, please visit: http://vermontstate.universalclass.com/register.htm
Enter your library membership ID: 2VSRK00000XXXX (XXXX= your library card number)
Vermont On-Line Library
Through the Vermont Online Library (VOL), the State of Vermont Department of Libraries and our Library provide electronic information databases free to all our patrons. These resources are available to you 24-hours-a-day from not only our Library, but your home, your office or anywhere Internet access is available. Please call us for the password that is required after you log on to http://infotrac.galegroup.com/itweb/vol_w37.
Fun things to do:
Park & Museum Passes
We have free and reduced-rate passes to local attractions available for check-out. These include Vermont State Parks and Historic Sites, Vermont History Museum, American Precision Museum, and ECHO Lake Aquarium and Science Center. Passes can be checked out for one week so if you have a particular date in mind please call the library to reserve one. The passes provide an excellent source of affordable summer entertainment.
A wonderful collection of books, audiobooks, and videos can be found in the children's room... you don't have to be a child or young adult to enjoy them!