The physcal library is closed until further notice to keep our patrons and staff safe but the virtual library is open!
Looking for something to do with the kids? Check out our Kidspace page for some fun programs with music and story times with our very own Miss Jess and her lovable pug, Petunia.
Important New Library Information
With the Governor’s statement yesterday that Vermonters should prepare for a forthcoming announcement on further restrictions and a stay-at-home directive, the Library will be concluding book pickup services on March 24th at 3PM.
Be assured that we are still committed to serving the Williston community online and encourage you to visit our homepage, follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Front Porch Forum and subscribe to our newsletter for information about:
- Accessing eBooks, audiobooks and streamed video online through the library 24/7.
- Lifelong Learning: explore our learning resources which include language courses, office software tutorials and much more.
- Daily activities for youth specifically developed and chosen for our patrons by our Youth services librarians.
- Adult online programs like the virtual book club happening next week.
As we wait for services to return to normal, please do not return any materials in the book/media drops. We have extended due dates and request that items to be returned once we re-open to the public.
If you are not connected to the Library yet or have any other questions, please contact us during normal business hours. If you reside in Williston/St. George we can set you up with a library card online; it’s all you need to connect with our electronic resources.
Leave a voicemail at 802-878-4918
Information on COVID-19
Vermont Department of Health
- COVID-19/Coronavirus Page - Updated regularly with information specific to Vermont and Coronavirus. The Department of Health shares updates on their Twitter and Facebook feeds as well.
- Twitter feed
- Facebook page
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
World Health Organization
LearningExpress Now Available!
LearningExpress contains academic and career-related solutions in one easy to use platform. It includes skill-building in reading, writing, math, science, college admissions exams, occupational licensing tests, workplace skills improvement, career exploration, computer skills and much more! The subscription also includes Job & Career Accelerator, a platform where job seekers can explore occupations, scholarships, jobs, learn how to write resumes and gain skills.
To get started click on this link and go to Sign In/Register on the menu. Click Register under New User. To create an account simply enter your name and email address and create a password. If you would rather not use an email click on "I'd rather NOT register with my email" and enter in a username, password and security question. Make sure and write these down as the library cannot retrieve them.
We hope you enjoy this offering sponsored by the VT Department of Libraries.
Learn a Language with Mango
The Friends of the Dorothy Alling Library are pleased to sponsor an online language-learning product named Mango. This free service is available to all DAML cardholders. Pick from 71 languages as well as 21 ESL (English as a second language) courses, movies in other languages and specialty courses.
Pick a basic course to quickly learn basic words and phrases or a complete course to move beyond the basics! There are apps available for iPad's, iPhone's and Androids. See the support page on the Mango site for help in addressing any concerns.
Ready to start learning? Simply click here or on the Mango logo and enter your DAML card number.