The Grafton Public Library presents…
The library is open to the public on the following days and times:
· Monday: 10am – 1pm and 2 – 5 pm
· Tuesday: 5 - 8 pm
· Wednesday 2 - 5 pm
· Thursday: 2 – 5 pm
· Friday: 2 – 5pm
· Saturday: 9am – noon
For your convenience, pick-up of library materials is available via curbside service during normal operating hours and after-hours. Your materials will be in the grey bins on the porch, in a bag with your name on it. To request materials call or email the library:
If you have access to a computer, you may also browse our collection on-line via Library World, our automated catalog, and reserve titles directly from the on-line catalog. Go to our website (www.graftonpubliclibrary.org) and click the link on the right.
Wifi and Printing Services
Wifi is accessible during hours of operation inside the library and 24/7 outside the building. The range extends to the porch, tables on the library lawn, parking lot and directly in front of the building on Main Street. Our public computer, printer and copier are available on the days we are open to the public.
Patrons have access to e-books and audio-books 24/7 through ListenUp! Vermont via the Libby app. If you don’t have a unique card number for ListenUp!, please contact the library. We also have access to the Vermont On-line Library and classes through Universal Class. All of these on-line services are accessible through our website.
Currently, we have both virtual and in-house programming available. See the list of available programs from the link on our main webpage. Library Programming
Event, Museum and Vermont State Parks and Historic Sites Passes Are Available!
We have the following passes available for patrons to borrow during Summer/Fall 2023:
Next Stage Bandwagon Passes for outdoor concerts Bandwagon '23
Vermont State Parks Pass: Free admission to day use areas Vermont State Parks
Vermont Historic Sites Pass: Free admission to many locations Vermont Historic Sites
American Precision Museum: Ingenuity in Manufacturing-Past, Present and Future
ECHO Leahy Center for Lake Champlain—reduced admission
Brattleboro Museum and Art Center Pass-contemporary art exhibits
Use of the Library Building and Grounds for Non-Library Groups and Meetings
The library building and grounds are available for use by non-library groups, pending permission from the library director. A buildings and grounds use form must be completed and approved. Contact the library director for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org
We offer information about the library and our community via email list and newsletter, our Facebook page, Front Page Forum, The Grafton News and the Athenian. Updates specific to the library, as well as local and state announcements of importance, are shared via these methods. If you would like to be placed on our email list and receive our quarterly newsletter, please contact the library at email@example.com