Castleton is participating in the Passport to Vermont Libraries program again this year. Sponsored by the Vermont Library Association and the Vermont Department of Libraries, this program, in its 4th year, is about encouraging people to visit and enjoy all of Vermont’s libraries.
From June 1 to September 1, Vermont’s public and academic libraries will be handing out passports, encouraging Vermonters and visitors alike to visit some of Vermont’s unique, beautiful, and creative libraries:
- The Hitchcock Memorial Library in Westfield has a natural history collection including shells, rocks, artifacts and a taxidermied two headed calf.
- See the shoes found in the wall of the Morristown Centennial Library.
- Learn about the Merci Trains which sent gifts to America from France after WWII, one of which is in the Chelsea Public Library.
Local libraries will stamp your passport and some offer small prizes. Four patrons statewide (adult, young adult, child and one wild card) will receive Vermont Library Ambassador awards for visiting the most libraries. Patrons are encouraged to post pictures and stories on the VLA Facebook page https://facebook.com/vermontpassport
More details about the program are available at https://vermontlibraries.org/passport
Pick up a passport, or get yours stamped (and pick up a small prize), at the circulation desk.
Explore, celebrate and enjoy our great public institutions this summer!