The Wilder Memorial Library
A “Jewel in Weston’s Crown”, this unique brick building was the resident of the Honorable Judge John Wilder, postmaster, selectman, state representative and senator, from 1825 to 1877. Thanks to the efforts of Judge Wilder’s daughter, Emma Wilder Parkhurst, it was renovated and given to the town in his memory in 1908 by the Parkhurst family for “library purposes”. Wilder Memorial Library is a Public library. This library is affiliated with the library system that serves Weston, VT. The collection of the library contains 5159 volumes. The library circulates 1745 items per year. The library serves a population of 630 residents .
Check out books, periodicals, books on CD, and DVDs.
Use our computer to access the internet for free.
Bring your laptop to access our free Wi-Fi.
Schedule a 30 minute Tech Tutoring session with the Assistant Librarian to get help with your computer or online resources.
High speed internet access and programs for children and adults. Visit us on line at http://wildermemoriallibrary.org
|Address:||24 Lawrence Hill Road
Weston, Vermont 05161
|Hours|| Wed & Sat 10-6 & 2-6
|Tue & Thurs 2-6|