In order to fulfill its mission of public service, the Joslin Memorial Library will make every reasonable effort to open to the public as scheduled.
The library will close, delay opening, or close ahead of schedule when the weather becomes hazardous to the health &/or safety of the public &/or library staff. Emergency/inclement weather closings will be authorized by the Library Director.
If the library is to close ahead of schedule for any of these reasons, Library patrons already in the building will be notified immediately. If the HUUSD chooses to close for a day, the Joslin Memorial Library will also be closed.
The Library will post notice of closures or changes in schedule online & on premise.
Meeting Room Use:
The Joslin Memorial Library strives to provide the Mad River Valley Community with a broad access to knowledge, ideas, & information, supporting our patrons in their pursuit of learning. In support of its mission, the Library provides a meeting room for programs & activities. The Library encourages the use of the meeting room by individuals, community groups & organizations engaged in educational, cultural, intellectual or charitable activities--its usage is available to the general public.
All meetings must be free & open to the general public.
Permission to use the meeting room does not constitute an endorsement by the Library of a program or point of view expressed. Except as a designation of location, the name of the Library may not be used in any publicity relating to use of the meeting room.
Usage of the meeting room will be at the discretion of the Library Director.
Library sponsored programs, activities & events are given priority over all other meeting room uses.
Public Complaints & Concerns:
The Joslin Memorial Library strives to provide the best possible service to its patrons. One of the keys to providing this level of service is a mechanism to receive & respond to concerns, complaints, & suggestions about how the Library operates on a day-to-day basis. This feedback helps the Library improve its services, build customer support, & create staff training opportunities.
Any pertinent communications can be received in person or via letter, telephone, e-mail, or on the Library’s website. The Library Director will address these communications directly.--
4391 Main St. Waitsfield, VT. 05673
Board Approved 1/8/20.