Spring has finally sprung and the Royalton memorial Library is gearing up for an exciting summer filled with great Summer Programming. We plan on offering slew of new activities to engage with, and books to read summer 2023. Make sure to stay tuned into our website, or various social medias, or keep an eye out in the Herald for our upcoming schedule of events.
Also, as spring marks the beginning of the end for school season, we wanted to remind all of you that we are offering after school snacks at the library, and will be all summer long! So if you and your child work up a bit of an appetite at school, or just doing the daily do’s, swing by RML and treat yourself to a nice snack – you earned it!

New This Month: In person Fiber-crafters, Tuesday Game Group, Rest-Stop Fundraiser, 3-D Printer 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!

Our Fiber Crafters group is looking to build something great in 2023! We invite you to knit, sew, crochet, or whatever your heart desires in the creation of varying textiles! Each meeting will take place at the Royalton Memorial Library every third Tuesday at 7 pm!

If you are interested in joining the group, feel free to stop in on any of the days we host the event! All are invited, however if you have questions don’t hesitate to reach out to librarian@royaltonlibrary.org or Rhonda Murphy (RMURPHY@vermontlaw.edu) for more information.

Tuesday May 23rd Royalton Memorial Library will be hosting a Mocktail Paint and Sip for all of those who love to palettes of paint and flavor! We will be making our own specialized mocktails accompanied with a night where we model our pieces after a celebrated work of art. So, if crafting suits your fancy, the events will take place at the Royalton Memorial library at 6:30 PM.
If you are interested please send an email to librarian@royaltonlibrary.org or call the library @ (802)-763-7094 so that we can prepare enough supplies!
Keep your eye out for more information about this program and many more at https://www.royaltonmemoriallibrary.org. It is looking to be a night filled with creativity!

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.