Volunteers have many significant roles at our little library, from helping us expand library hours by working at the circulation desk, cataloging new books, and shelving returns, to facilitating library programs, such as book and knitting groups. All of our volunteers help keep the library vibrant and expand the library's benefit to the community. We welcome your interest in helping to improve library services.

If you want to become more involved with the library, please don't hesitate to let us know. We encourage your ideas and participation: info@cutlerlibrary.org   802.454.8504

Friends of the Cutler Memorial Library

The Friends of the Cutler Memorial Library (FOL) is a group of library supporters who meet on the 1st Monday of each month at 6:30 PM, in person during the summer months and online during the winter. The Friends hold fundraising events, such as the Primrose Sale at the town meeting, an annual plant sale, and a book sale. The funds raised by the Friends are used to benefit the library directly. The Friends help the library with new book purchases and support community programming at the library. The group is open to everyone, and your participation in group activities is entirely dependent on your inclinations and schedule. Yearly dues are $10 to 20 per year. 

To join and offer your support, fill out the Online Membership Form or print and mail the Paper Membership Form to the library. 

For additional information about the Friends of the Library, contact Emily Rappold (FOL President) at 802.454.1683 or contact the library.