Monday – Thursday 10:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Friday – Saturday 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Kilton Public Library
Monday and Wednesday – 1:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Tuesday, Thursday and Friday – 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Saturday – 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Sunday Hours at both libraries (1st Sunday after Labor Day thru last Saturday in March)
1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Lebanon Library – (603) 448-2459 Fax:603-448-0696
Kilton Public Library – (603) 298-8544 Fax:603-790-8172
|Sean Fleming||Library Director|
|Amy Lappin||Deputy Director / Volunteer coordinator|
|Roger Robbins||Reference and Technical Services Librarian|
|Susanne Collins||Reference and Young Adult Librarian / Interlibrary Loan requests|
|Amber Coughlin||Children’s Services Librarian|
|Julie Couture||Library Clerk II / Genealogical research|
|Carolyn Crocker||Library Clerk II / Book discussion groups|
|Patti Hardenberg||Library Technical Assistant|
|Maria Ortiz||Library Clerk II|
|Cheryl Saunders||Library Assistant / Interlibrary Loan renewals|
Lebanon Library 9 E. Park Street, Lebanon, NH 03766
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Kilton Public Library 80 Main Street, West Lebanon, NH 03784
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The Lebanon Public Libraries are committed to open access of information and resources for all persons. We are a gathering place for the community and provide materials selected for educational and leisure enrichment. We support people in their search for self-directed personal growth with the assistance of a staff dedicated to quality service and responsible fiscal management.
Lebanon History Resources
- 1909 Lebanon Libraries Centennial 2009
- History Room
The History Room collection at the Lebanon Library includes Lebanon High School Yearbooks, city directories, local histories, town and school reports, several family genealogies, histories of surrounding communities, and N.H regimental histories from the Civil War.
- Microfilm Collection
War papers from the Civil War, Town Reports from 1852-1964, tax roll information, and City Council meeting minutes
- Area Newspapers, Past and Present
- Vertical File
Historic photographs of Lebanon and West Lebanon; Lebanon topographic maps; old cemeteries in Lebanon; reports on the gales and flooding of 1936 and 1938; and an index of families recorded in the first book of records of Lebanon.
- The Lebanon Historic Resources Survey
- Materials Selection
- Displays and Exhibits
- Rules & Regulations
- Unattended Children
- Interlibrary loan (ILL) is a cooperative system by which patrons may borrow materials not owned by the Lebanon libraries from other libraries.
- A patron must have a current Lebanon Libraries card and must have no outstanding overdue items, unpaid fees or fines.
- To maintain our good standing in the ILL community, it is crucial that all ILL materials be returned on time.
- Library cards provide borrowing privileges at the Lebanon and Kilton Public Libraries.
- Library cards should be presented at the time of checkout.
- Library cards are available at no charge for:
- City of Lebanon residents & taxpayers
- Lebanon School District students & teachers
- Lebanon businesses
- Non-resident cards
- $ 60.00 per year for an individual or family
- $ 35.00 for six months for an individual or family
- $ 50.00 per year for senior citizens
- $ 30.00 for six month for senior citizens
- Non-resident cards provide all library services free of charge.
Checkout periods, fees and fines
|Material Type||Loan Period||Fines|
Fee for lost pass
|3 days, No Renewal||$10.00/day
|Library materials may be renewed twice after the original loan period.|
DVDs $5.00 per item
All other materials $1.00 per item
Audios & DVDs
$.25 or 5/$1.00
Lebanon Landfill Punch Cards
The Libraries sell Lebanon landfill punch cards.
Cost: $10.00 per ticket / 10 punches per card / each punch = 29 lbs.
Minimum purchase: $5.00 (5 punches)
CASH ONLY from Vermont residents – No out-of-state checks.
Use of the meeting rooms is primarily for educational, cultural or civic organizations that are free and open to the public. The exceptions are board meetings for non-profit groups, which may be held in these rooms even though these meetings are not open to the public, and for-profit groups which may use meeting rooms for a fee. These groups cannot charge attendees, solicit donations or sell items or services. It is understood that library programming will have first priority in room use.
The Community Room at Kilton Library is a multi-use room with a seating capacity of 100. Wireless access and a projector are available. This meeting space is available for after hours use.
The Conference Room at Kilton Library is for meetings of 12 or fewer. Wireless access is available.
The Tutorial Room at Kilton Library is for meetings of 5 or fewer. It is available on a first come, first served basis. Wireless access is available.
The Kitchen at Kilton Library has a stove and microwave for warming purposes, and a refrigerator and coffee pots that may be used for a fee of $25.00 in conjunction with the Community Room.
The All-Purpose Room at Lebanon Library is a multi-use room with a seating capacity of 30. Wireless access and a projector are available.
For more information about meeting room use, eligibility, scheduling, and fees, please review the LEBANON PUBLIC LIBRARIES MEETING ROOM POLICY
Museum passes are available by RESERVATION ONLY and must be picked up at the Lebanon Library. Each pass may be checked out for 3 days only, no renewals. Please call the Lebanon Library at 448-2459 or ask at any circulation desk.
McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center, Concord, NH
2 passes; Free admission to exhibit galleries for 4 people; Not valid for special events, programs, planetarium shows or workshops. www.starhop.com
Currier Museum of Art, Manchester, NH
1 pass; Each pass admits 2 adults any day the museum is open; Children 17 and under free; Allows participation in any programs that are free with admission. www.currier.org
The Fells Historic Estate & Gardens on Lake Sunapee, NH
1 pass; Free admission to the Main House, grounds, gardens, trails, and art exhibits for up to 2 adults and all accompanying children under age 16 (not intended for large group admission); Tickets for programs and events for which separate admission applies must be purchased by the patron. www.thefells.org
VINS: Vermont Institute of Natural Science, Quechee, VT
2 passes; Each pass admits 2 people www.vinsweb.org
7 members are elected in March with staggered 3 year terms.
Beverly Damren, Chair
Annie Silverstein, Secretary
J. Stewart Strachan, Treasurer
Susan Desrosiers, Alternate
Susan Weber Valiante, Alternate
Laura Bronstein, Alternate