Our collection includes: adult fiction, nonfiction, reference, large print, and a parenting collection. Also available are picture books, easy readers, media kits, juvenile fiction, and nonfiction. Search our catalog from the "Things to do" menu item on the left.

Materials for people with visual disabilities may be requested from the Special Services Unit of the Vermont Department of Libraries.adultroom

The Williston Observer in print format July 2003-present. The Burlington Free Press (most recent three months). The Champlain Business Journal (1996-present). The Wall Street Journal (most recent three months).

We have more than 100 subscriptions of magazines that circulate. Back issues are kept for 2-3 years for some of the titles. Vermont Online (VOL) provides access to many journal/magazine articles electronically. A journal title search will show full-text availability. We also offer electronic magazines for DAML patron through RBDigital.

Audiobooks on CD, MP3, Playaway and downloadable
We have an extensive collection of audiobook titles, some are abridged although we try to provide the unabridged version whenever possible. We offer adult and juvenile fiction, nonfiction, parenting and language lessons for your use. We are also a member of Listen Up! Vermont and RBDigital which provide downloadable audiobooks and e-books.

We have a collection of over 2,500 adult and juvenile DVD's, including some PBS series, Vermont history and classic movies on DVD's.  Our DVD purchasing policy may be found here.

Music CD's
A variety of over 650 music CD's are available for check out in the Adult Reading Room and in the Living Room area near the children's section.

Thanks to a generous donation by Terry Zittritsch, the library has acquired an Orion Starblast 4.5 inch Astro Reflector telescope through the Vermont Astronomical Society's Library Loaner Telescope program. The Orion is a steady and rugged telescope that can be used outside and transported in your car - putting it on the floor or using a seatbelt may be a good idea. Dew or condensation will not damage the telescope but may blur the image. It is best to store the telescope inside when not in use. Lending rules may be found here. Please allow 30 minutes for check out/check in time.

Vermont and Williston Books
The Vermont Historical Room is the home of the Williston Historical Society and houses historical books as well as displays of historical interest. Much of this material must be used in this room. The town history of Williston by Willard Sterne Randall and Nancy Nahra, published by the Williston Historical Society and entitled Thomas Chittenden's Town: A Story of Williston Vermont is available for sale at the circulation desk.

The History of Williston Central School, 1950-2000 and North Williston: Down Depot Hill by Richard Allen are also available for sale.