New Sign at Jamaica Memorial Library!

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Thank you to Michael Abrams and Harry Robinson for collaborating on our new Library sign! We are very excited about it!


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Summer Camp Sign Ups!

Sign up for Summer Camp 2018, today! Spots are limited to 20 kids and we already have a few sign ups! Click on Summer Library Camp button at the top of our page to access our application or stop on in today!

Camp is free but a $20 per family donation would cover the cost of all the merchandise your kiddos get to take home with them!


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Summer Passes are here!

Another year of Summer passes have arrived to our library!

We have passes to the following:

Vermont State Parks
Vermont Historic Sites
Brattleboro Museum
Brattleboro Retreat Farm
Echo Museum in Burlington, VT

Park Passes are available for check out for three days.

You do need a Library pass in order to check the passes out, but don’t worry they are free of charge and it’s easy to get you started if you’re new to the library. We also offer our library cards to people out of state who are visiting us for the summer!

Late fees of $10 a day and $50 if lost do apply, so please, check out wisely!
Come on in to the Library for any further questions and to check out a pass and begin exploring the wonderful State of Vermont today!


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Snowshoes in the Library? Check them out!

Jamaica was chosen as one of the libraries to be apart of this awesome opportunity to offer our patrons Snow Shoes for check out! Please read below for more information and stop in soon to check them out!

Snowshoes in the Library? Check them out!

Windham County lending program helps make outdoor winter activity an easy choice

BRATTLEBORO – With the recent snow jump-starting March winter activities, Vermonters in Windham County have a new opportunity to get out and enjoy the outdoors.

Six libraries throughout Windham County have partnered with the Vermont Department of Health’s Brattleboro Office to promote physical activity by making snow shoes available for children and adults to borrow and enjoy. Town residents can stop in at their public library in Dover, Guilford, Jamaica, Townshend, Westminster West and Whitingham to check out the snowshoes. The program is funded by the Health Department to encourage community members to be active outside during the winter months.

“All you need is a library card and the desire to enjoy the snow,” said Prudence MacKinney, director of the Brattleboro Local Health Office. “The libraries have responded very positively to having this new equipment, and we have partnered with the Windham Regional Commission to create a map of places to snowshoe in each town,” MacKinney said. “This just makes it so easy to get out in the fresh air and have fun.”

Regular physical activity is a key factor in reducing chronic disease. “There are three behaviors – lack of physical activity, poor diet, and tobacco use – that lead to four chronic diseases that are the cause of more than 50 percent of all deaths in Vermont each year,” explained MacKinney. “Through our 3-4-50 initiative, we are working with community businesses and organizations to reduce the factors that lead to chronic diseases and bend the curve toward better health. Physical activity is so important, we want to make it easier for people to get outside and play.”

To contact the Brattleboro Local Health Office, visit

Learn more about 3-4-50: Businesses, organizations and individuals are encouraged to contact for information about joining the initiative.

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Thrifty Attic Inc Grant 2017

Jamaica Memorial Library has received a grant for $500.00 from Thrifty Attic Inc! We are planning to add more quilted window shades to our Children’s Room and Back Rooms so we can conserve energy and heat!

Thrifty Attic Inc has been a generous and ongoing supporter of our Library and we are very grateful they have continued their support into the 2017-2018 year!

We have made publications in The Message of the Week (see picture below) and on our facebook page in thanks!

Thank you, Thrifty Attic Inc!


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Online Card Catalog

Library Catalog

For a list of new arrivals, enter JMLN 2017-2018 in the search box.

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