Royalton Memorial Library is gearing up for a busy summer!
We are kicking off Pride month strong, with some great displays featuring curated materials to inform and celebrate our LGBTQIA+ community. We will also be sprinkling in some fantastic Pride Themed movies as well!

It doesn’t stop there!
We’ll be kicking off our Ocean of Possibilities Summer Reading Program this month with some really exciting and fun programs! Check out some of our programs below!

And, this month obviously wouldn’t feel complete without a Book Club! If you’re interested, be sure to check out Ready Player One, by Ernest Cline and join our discussion on Re-connection!

New This Month:

Stop by the library and celebrate Pride Month. Grab a book, watch a movie, and enjoy!

Royalton Memorial Library is excited to celebrate Pride month this June! Come check out our awesome selection of biographies, movies, fiction, and non-fiction titles that acknowledge and commemorate our LGBTQIA+ community. Stop by the library to browse our curated collection of materials!

Royalton Memorial Library is holding a Pride Month Movie Marathon, featuring:

June 23rd @ 6:00 PM: Pride (2014), a film depicting a group of activists who raised money to help families affected by the British miners’ strike in 1984.

June 25th @ 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM, we will have ourselves a double feature:
Milk (2008), a transformative story about the first openly gay man elected to a notable office.
And to wrap up the movie marathon, we’ll be showing:  How to Survive a Plague (2012), a documentary about the early years of the aids epidemic.

We are operating in person, however we will continue to offer curbside services to help you out in your day to day!

Of course we have books, and lots of ’em!
Our collection includes:
– Books
– DVDs (children and adults)
– Audio books
– Passes to select Vermont State Parks, Museums, and Historic Sites

Come by the library and check out our great collection, and if you have a more specific request when you get here just let us know!

Check this website, our Facebook page, or call 802-763-7094 for updates and additional information. We continue to be grateful to the community for their support and their understanding during this difficult time.