Royalton Memorial Library is excited for the holiday season, and you should be too! We’ll have a lot of take home activities for everyone to take part in with their families. We hope to see you stop by for the fun and to check out our great selection of new books! Also, it look’s like we’ve already gotten our first snow, and as winter blows in sometimes it’s just going to be safer to stay indoors – so don’t forget that you can access our online catalog here: by using your library Card Number as your Card Number/Username and your Password. If you have any troubles email Also! If you haven’t, remember to renew your library card for free to continue using our great library services!
Thank you!

New This Month: Back to school resources, in person Fiber-crafters, Family Holiday Crafts, and new books of all kinds!

Stop by the library and have some summer fun. Grab a book, or watch a movie, and always as always – enjoy!

Family Gingerbread House Craft!
Saturday 11/19 from 11:00 am – 2:00 PM, at RML.
Individuals will get to create and take home their very own cardboard gingerbread house! Wouldn’t want your family’s magnificent creation to spoil, would you? Well it doesn’t have to!
Royalton Memorial will be inviting adults, children, and their families to create and construct their own holiday houses from an assortment of recycled material.

This up and coming month will be Native American Heritage month at the Royalton Memorial Library! Stop by and learn about America’s rich native history!

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.