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Today at the library

There are no events scheduled for today.

Please join us during normal business hours to browse our extensive selection of materials, or to take advantage of the other great services we offer!

Special Upcoming Events


Cocktails for a Cause (Thursday 5:30pm - 8:30pm)

Join us for a fun evening of live music, dinner, and drinks. Librarians and local celebrities will be bar-tending and waiting tables to raise money for the benefit of the Brandon and Pittsford Libraries. All tips will go to your community libraries.

Brandon Inn, May 8th, 5:30pm-8:30pm

Library News

BFPL Seed Library

The BFPL Seed Library is open!

For more information on what a Seed Library is and how to use ours, visit our website: http://www.bfplseedlibrary.org


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Library Book Sale

The Brandon Library Book Sale is open during the months of May through October.

Listen Up Vermont

OverDrive digital ebooks and audio books are now available through the library at http://www.listenupvermont.org. Call or stop in at the library for more information.

UNIVERSAL CLASS - Learn Something New Today

Recorded Books’ Universal Class is an educational service providing high quality online courses for patrons (generally high-school age and older) interested in the lifelong pursuit of knowledge for either personal or professional reasons. Patrons register online, participate in the classes online at their own pace, correspond with instructors online and have up to six months to complete an individual class. Universal Class supports lifelong learning and enhances not only social inclusion, active citizenship and personal development, but also employability. The link is http://vermontstate.universalclass.com/barcode-login.htm?enter+code. This is for the first registration.Come by or call the library at 247-8230 and we will help you to register. 

Library Photos


Exterior of the library.

non fiction area

a view of the non-fiction area

john on computer

There are six computers for public access