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"The Kimball Public Library creates a community gathering place, welcoming people of all ages to connect with each other and to satisfy their thirst for knowledge, reading, and learning."
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Kimball Library has Wi-Fi! You can access the wireless network anywhere inside the Library, and outside too.The public wireless network is named Kimball Public. There is no password, but you will be prompted to agree to the Library's WiFi policy.
$ Money Smart Week $
The State Treasurer's Office and the Vermont Department of Libraries are partnering to promote Money Smart Week in Vermont. Your local library is a great starting point to locate resources.
We've also pulled resources together for you on personal finance. Visit the Money Smart Week web page!
April 5 - 12
Visit Kimball Library to see a wide selection of books on money management.
LOOKING FOR TAX FORMS?Vermont Forms are no longer available at public locations.
There are three ways to get Vermont forms:
1. Print forms from the website: tax.vermont.gov
2. Call toll-free 855-297-5600
3. Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Or file online – you might qualify for free filing!
Federal Forms are here!
We have received 1040/ 1040A / and 1040EZ forms and instruction books –
We have received many other forms as well; if you are looking for a specific form, call and see if we have it yet: 728-5073.
… You can already print all forms and instructions from the website: www.irs.gov
Or file online – you might qualify for free filing!
We are happy to print forms & instructions for you, at 15˘ per page
Free Tax Preparationprovided by the Central Vermont Community Action Council for qualifying households who earned less than $52,000 in 2013,
ended at Kimball Library on April 10th!
There are other sites where CVCAC is still doing taxes through 4/14. For more information, call CVCAC in Randolph at 728-8015.
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Computer Help!If you or a friend or a family member need help navigating the Internet (or even navigating a mouse) make an appointment at the Library with Internet Intern Claire. She can help you learn to send email, fill out a job application – even use Facebook!
Courtesy of the Vermont Digital Economy Project, an initiative of the Vermont Council on Rural Development, Kimball Library has been given an Internet Intern to help anyone who who wants to improve their computer skills – whether a little or a lot.
This service is free, but you must make an appointment. Stop by the Library, or call 728-5073 to schedule your appointment for a Wednesday or Friday morning.
Kimball Library's Board of Trustees will meet on Tuesday, April 15th, at 5 p.m. at the Library. The public is welcome to attend.
Download audiobooks and e-books for free with your Kimball Library card at Listen Up Vermont!The Listen Up Vermont website has changed. For updated instructions on using Listen Up Vermont, click here!
In addition to Listenup! Vermont, your Kimball Library membership now gives you access to Recorded Books and e-books through OneClickdigital!OneClickdigital eBooks are available for download using Adobe Digital Editions. ADE is a free software used for viewing eBooks on your computer. The software is compatible with both Windows and Mac personal computers. Along with Adobe Digital Editions you may also download the OneClickdigital eReader app from Google Play and iTunes by clicking on the help link at OneClickdigital.
OneClickdigital titles are always available and infinitely renewable!
For instructions on using OneClickdigital, click here!
New Online Resources available for free through Vermont Online Library:
Your password is the first 13 digits of your library card number. Use zeroes, not letter 'o's, and uppercase letters. Contact the Library if you don't know your number.
More online resources are available from the Vermont Online Library.
Universal Class: choose from over 500 online non-credit Continuing Education Courses!Kimball Library now offers access to a new database entitled Universal Class, which gives library cardholders access to over 500 online courses.
- You are welcome to enroll in up to 5 courses.
- You have up to 6 months to finish each course.
- You have access to your course 24/7 via the Internet.
- Attend class and do assignments on your schedule. Each course has a real instructor who you may communicate with using email.
- These are non-credit courses and are provided for your personal enrichment. These courses are not intended to be a substitute for any state, government, licensing, or educational requirements.
Subjects include: Guitar Playing, Budgeting and Saving, Digital Photography, Babysitting 101, Algebra, History, American Government, Nutrition and many more!
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Wednesdays at 11:00 AM
(ages 2 1/2 to 5)
There will be NO STORYTIME April 16th.
Fridays at 10:30 AM (ages birth to 2)
There will be NO TODDLERTIME on April 11th and 18th.