Hartland Vermont – Books, Magazines, Downloadable AudioBooks, Reading Programs
Library cards are available at no charge to residents of Hartland and surrounding communities.
Books, magazines, audiobooks: 3 weeks
DVDs: 3 weeks
Playaway Launchpads: 1 week
Museum Passes: 1 week
Renewals: Materials may be renewed in person or by phone, provided the item has not been requested by another person, is not an Inter-library loan and is not a reserve book.
Patrons may sign up to receive email notification of overdue materials. Overdue notices will be mailed to patrons who do not receive email notification. Patrons may have their borrowing privileges suspended in the event of repeated long overdue items or non-payment. Patrons are responsible for replacement costs for lost or damaged materials.
When the library is closed, borrowed materials may be dropped off in the book drop outside the library entrance.
The library has a conscience jar for those who wish to donate money when their items are overdue.
The Hartland Public Library is committed to providing its patrons with the best materials possible
for seeking information. The Hartland Public Library espouses the basic principles governing
information freedom and access as outlined in the American Library Association’s Library Bill of Rights. The library and its patrons must observe all applicable local, state, and federal laws
governing information access.
In general, parents should not view the library as an alternative to daycare or afterschool care. Staff members are not in the position to supervise children except when in scheduled library programs. Understand that the library does not act in loco parentis (in place of the parent) which is the standard held in the public schools. More Info
The Hartland Public Library video conferencing system may be used by individuals and groups on a first come, first served basis. Groups must follow our meeting room policy, with the exceptions that for-profit groups may use a meeting room if they are using the video conferencing system, and video conferencing meetings do not need to be open to the public. Groups may not use video conferencing equipment if the primary purpose is to sell a product or promote a business. More Info
Users of the equipment must attend a video conferencing training session and should arrange a training session with the library director at least one week in advance. Groups must also fill out a meeting room booking form. More info